John's BlogPlease enjoy my weekly adventures.
The other day, this little sprout caught my attention growing on the side of a giant live oak tree in Hermann Park. It got me thinking about courage, comparison, and new beginnings.
When was the last time you did something just for fun? It’s important to honor and take care of the needs of our inner child so we can do what’s ours to do much more happily and efficiently.
Please allow me to introduce you to an expanded definition of Ancestors and Descendants as well as one of my most inspiring mentors, Dr. Charles Geddes. Here we are having an adventure at my first Big Sky Retreat in 2014.
This week I had a beautiful heart connection with a stranger in the park and a little wink from the Universe that we are on the right track.
May these words be a step towards healing the generational trauma that continues to cause pain and suffering in our country.
When you open your heart wide and let joy be your guide, you might find yourself at a dance party for one on a Saturday Night!
During these challenging times, it felt appropriate to share the story of the “Comcast Miracle” that I experienced a few years ago. From a peaceful place, miracles are possible!
It’s amazing what you can learn watching a simple leaf fall to the ground while sitting under a tree.
We could learn a lesson from these four birds swimming together. They apparently recognize that they have more in common than they are different.
I’m sharing this lesson I learned from Zoom again this week in hopes that it may open a window of possibility and understanding during this time of divisiveness.
The stars remind me that we are all connected in this great big Universe. During these challenging times when many of us are feeling isolated, it is more important than ever to find ways to stay connected to each other and Spirit.
My dream last week on the anniversary of my mother’s passing reminded me that it’s never too late to do a little spring cleaning with a loved one.