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Carrie-Anne Moss  Recognize the other person is you - Yogi Bhajan

Happy birthday to my best friend my everything @freedom_architect is the most creative and grounded person i know . Virgo mixed with Scorpio and huge dose of deep wisdom / clarity. Grounds this family with all he is:: beyond grateful to know you to love you 🙏🙏 #luckyme #householder #jimmy #kundalini #married #souleverything #blessed #satnam #keepmovingforward

This woman radiates her power from doing the work and being true.
Kind
Always challenging me and always supporting and loving me :and a
True artist
@e.hodgson
You complete me :: #bestfriends #buisnesspartners26years #wow #citygirlinthecountry
#canadianwomen

How did I get so lucky to have these two women as besties :: @malinlandaeusvintage @e.hodgson
Fierce women
Devoted mothers
Artists
Kind as kind can be
True as that Moon behind them.
Grateful grateful grateful

#bernhardthamlet @roundaboutnyc
Go see this play
Riveting to see #janetmacteer and the whole cast bring this to life #ilovenyc

Holy Holy wow #janetmcteer @roundaboutnyc in Bernhard/ Hamlet. Her performance is off the charts /The whole cast is amazing - this show is INCREDIBLE: loved sitting next to #glenClose an actress that inspires me so ::

“ Judith Duerk writes “as long as i take the time each morning to light a Candle to my life it remains my life “This is a part of the @fiercegracecollective :: this month we explore holding Home : this id an excerpt from a book I have loved for years . Circle of stones by #judithduerk
Sitting alongside my creative producer of all things @loveannapurnaliving @_sadiedeluxe

@mrrogersmovie moved me (like everyone) to tears. So grateful for the influence of this magical man with integrity and deep wisdom . Watching it i became aware of how much that show lives in me - how the child in me received so much goodness. Respect childhood - stop rushing - listen - make room for feelings -be kind and so much more. Made me grateful for the early childhood educators that i know who remind us parents to slow it all down and to meet our children where they are. Thank you @waldorfowl - your work is important. Parents friends of young people your work is important too!! #kindness #children #humanity #compasion #

Working on this.
I’m a talker - i have strong opinions- i like to be right .
I see the value of this quote and after reading it the other day in an email from @prophetasonic This one line just keeps coming to my mind and heart ❤️ I admire folks who listen
Who really listen
#satnamrasayan #teacher #expand #listen

#Repost @theconsciouskid
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"More than screen-obsessed young children, we should be concerned about tuned-out parents. The engagement between parent and child is increasingly low-quality. Parents are constantly present in their children’s lives physically, but they are less emotionally attuned. For all the talk about children’s #screentime, surprisingly little attention is paid to screen use by parents themselves, who now suffer from what the technology expert Linda Stone more than 20 years ago called “continuous partial attention.” Occasional parental inattention is not catastrophic (and may even build resilience), but chronic distraction is another story. Smartphone use has been associated with a familiar sign of addiction: Distracted adults grow irritable when their phone use is interrupted; they not only miss emotional cues but actually misread them. A tuned-out parent may be quicker to anger than an engaged one, assuming that a child is trying to be manipulative when, in reality, she just wants attention. Short, deliberate separations can of course be harmless, even healthy, for parent and child alike (especially as children get older and require more independence). But that sort of separation is different from the inattention that occurs when a parent is with a child but communicating through his or her nonengagement that the child is less valuable than an email.
Of course, adults are also suffering from the current arrangement. Many have built their daily life around the miserable premise that they can always be on—always working, always parenting, always available to their spouse and their own parents and anyone else who might need them, while also staying on top of the news, while also remembering, on the walk to the car, to order more toilet paper from Amazon.
If we can get a grip on our “technoference,” as some psychologists have called it, we are likely to find that we can do much more for our children simply by doing less—regardless of the quality of their schooling and quite apart from the number of hours we devote to them. Parents should give themselves permission to back off from the suffocating pressure to be all things to all people." (Full

Because feelings are important .
Because we need to feel that is ok to feel
My dear friend and maverick everything @kellybroganmd wrote this stunning book with her daughter Sophia.
Let’s start talking to our children about what’s going on inside of them so that they can be empowered from the inside out ::

This is something i love to do with my teacher @prophetasonicmusic :
She does what’s called a mandala on full moons - you sign up for it pay $60 or $100 for both :: she sends writing prompts that are amazing and then you send your writing to her and she includes you in this long distance mandala in other words you don’t need to be in person with her. I feel the shifts : i know I’m open to this which makes it powerful but if this speaks to you check it out : i get nothing suggesting only sharing from my heart ❤️ #vibratethecosmos #satnamrasayan

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