Tales in Mind
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This tale of unknown origin describes two wolves within a warrior that are in constant battle. Is it possible you have two wolves within you?
Weight of Water
As I Began to Love Myself
This brief guide to accepting and ultimately loving yourself is inspired by the words of Charlie Chaplin. May it be of benefit.
Grief & the Mustard Seed
This ancient tale illustrates how how similar we experience sorrow and loss with the understanding that life and death are a part of being human.
A tear can hold much meaning when it comes from the ones we love. This story is for those of us struggling to find balance with all we find important in our everyday lives.
This tale of comparing the jungle where courage, tenacity and belief in one's self bring results.
Letter from Grandma
Few letters are timeless with meaning, encouragement and truth. This is one of practical, rational advice- inviting the present moment with open palms.
Woman Seeks Enlightenment
The top of the mountain is the destiny for a proud women seeking enlightenment. Is this type of journey is absolutely necessary?
The process of creating is one that can be allusive to many, yet we are constantly creating in our lives weather it's a fine meal, a story or an adventure. This story my bring light to maintaining the flow of creativity in your own life.
A pandemic calls for social isolation but does not include emotional isolation. During these uncertain times allow these words to help open your heart.
A tale of caution in holding on to possessions that appear desirable but fail to meet our greater needs in the end.
Black Elk can teach us to acknowledge the beauty and wisdom that surrounds us in our sacred space.
Honor the Body with Cake
A story of genuine love & respect for your purpose-whatever that may be at the moment. Find out by asking the question, does this serve and honor me?
Merchant & the Parrot
A tale inspired by the 13th century Persian poet and philosopher, Rumi. This wise and worldly story may invoke modern day philosophical questions about love, possession & freedom.
Shadow of the Moon
This legend has been said to have been shared around the campfire of Lake Superior by a chief of the Chippewa tribe in the 1800's explaining the continual developments of nature.
Why the Tribes Speak Different Tongues
An Aboriginal tale of beauty and diversity providing an understanding for sprouting color and growth from the earth.
The Amazon Project
A project in the rain forests is developed only to take an interesting turn. Maybe there is a lesson in it for you.
What small thing could you do this holiday season to fulfill the wish of another? Is there something you can give whole-heatedly? Let the Blue Santa encourage you to move in that direction.
The Right Treatment
The commute home from work can take a turn at any moment. Knowing the right treatment is one thing, embodying that is another.
Making resolutions & setting goals are tricky at times. We can play games, bargain and blame others as we make excuses for our lack of progress. Have you ever done that? Sometimes there is an awakening that happens -causing us to see clearly what is blocking our success.
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