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Get on Board with Boredom

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Some say boredom is a good thing. Others say monotony or tediousness is as dull as it gets. I say it can be both or neither. Our brain shows boredom as possibly good at times, and also clearly bad at other times. What makes the difference and how do our… Read more »

Curiosity that Lifts Contentment

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Each moment we’re interested in the process of breathing we’re training ourselves in curiosity. (Ed Halliwell) At their best, our brains bring us an authentic awareness. They come brimming over with a zest for wonder and a curiosity that awaits our cultivation. Curiosity teaches my two grandchildren and me to… Read more »

Do Your Routines Rob Our Hope?

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When hope yields to daily mandated routines, our brains slip into dangerous ruts! Do your routines rob our hope? What about mandated routines? Looking for tips to reboot magical hope for a new season? I like to start with the two-footed question:¬†What awakens hope in you in spite of difficulties… Read more »