One thing I have learned on my travels is that the human brain needs a hook to hang things on. For those of us starting to blog, or even having been on the journey a while, stuck-ness can happen. Here are 5 tips to help you get back to blogging.
Wichita, KS and the confluence of the big and little Arkansas Rivers - the Keeper of the Plains Depth - Strolling along the Arkansas River in downtown Wichita during the recent heatwave. I love seeing the sunset from the Keeper of the Plains. The Keeper of the Plains is a 13.4 metres (44 ft) Cor-Ten... Continue Reading →
Pam Grout (E2, E3 author) puts forward definitions for the four major stages of reality-shaping consciousness.
“Being spiritual has nothing to do with what you believe and everything to do with your state of consciousness.”
― Eckhart Tolle
Our consciousness shapes and molds the reality that plays out in our lives. And there are many levels of consciousness, each with different rules, principles, characteristics and attributes.
For example, if you reside in the victim consciousness (“Things happen TO me,” “Life sucks and then you die” are a few standard thoughts from this level.), you can affirm and intend all you want, but your consciousness, the driver of your reality, which believes affirmations and intentions are a bunch of hooey always gets the last word. When you spend most of your waking hours in that consciousness (and it’s a very popular consciousness), your channels are plugged up. All the good that wants to come your way can’t get through.
Because we live in a multi-dimensional universe, there…
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Why does she blog? The modern phenomenon of the female blogger. Thanks to WordPress (and others) women now have a platform to share...what? Cooking tips? Yes, actually. My family have benefited from quite a few recipes via blogs and Pinterest. You'll like this board if this resonates! Follow Mom On A Spiritual Journey's board Healthy... Continue Reading →
I manage multiple sites through the Jetpack plugin so being able to update from WordPress.com too is awesome.
My Sites just got a new look, but more importantly, it got a technical overhaul, making the page dramatically faster and more powerful.
From one central location, scan and select any of your WordPress sites or create new ones with the support of a more visual interface. Head directly to the posts or pages of a particular WordPress or launch stats to glimpse trends and get inspiration for blog or website content. Access themes, user settings, and sharing options with a click to make WordPress your own.
The new My Sites page is a small piece of a larger effort to make WordPress.com faster, easier to use from any device, and overall more wonderful. My Sites will be a hub for an increasingly seamless experience, so stay tuned for more updates, and please pardon the dust as we make a few changes!
My Sites: Before & After
My Sites: Before
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Clamcase Review I've had a Clamcase for a quite a while and use it regularly as part of my writing and blogging process - as you'll see from this post about Evernote. A Clamcase to encase your pearl of wisdom - your iPad! A Clamcase is a wireless keyboard with a 'shell' that... Continue Reading →
The Gossip WordPress theme by Ghostpool I recently got that itchy feeling around my blog theme for Mom On A Spiritual Journey. I have used the Thesis Theme for a few years now and love the features. It's just that the image inside my head for the website didn't fit the one I could... Continue Reading →
Is that the question? Now that I'm writing more regularly, got to thinking about the creative writing process. Mostly for me at the moment it's blogging...also starting a creative writing project too. Watch this space for the result! How the professionals do it Had a good laugh when listening to professional blogger Derek Halpern. I... Continue Reading →