Are you a people-pleaser? Does someone being mad at you send you into a series of Mind Loops? Before you rush off to try and patch things up, there’s something to ask yourself first… A lot of people with Mind Loops (repetitive, negative thoughts and worries) are people-pleasers. I’m not pointing fingers here – because … More Someone Mad At You? Ask Yourself This First…
Mind Loops Blog – Oct 2018 Do you live in Portland – or know people who do? These November events are not to be missed! TO READ AN INTERVIEW WITH BARBARA ON THESE EVENTS, CLICK HERE Sat, Nov 3rd, 3-5pm 3 LIFE-CHANGING GIFTS FROM MY NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE: When I had my cosmic brush with death, I … More Worried? Anxious? Fascinated with the Afterlife? Join me in Portland!
Are you a worrier? Have anxiety, or feel anxious in social settings? Fret about your health (or someone else’s)… or what other people think of you… or your future? Before my near-death experience, I was a big-time worrier – particularly when it came to the health of one specific, dear friend. I used to wake … More How To Stop Worrying and Get a Little Peace o’ Mind
The Mind Loops Blog – “Not Just For Bears; Hibernation Ain’t Laziness, It’s Creative Renewal – Jan 2018 x Happy New Year! I hope you had wonderful holiday experiences and are starting the year off with FLOW. x While I started off the New Year SLOWLY (I have been remiss in writing a blog or … More Not Just For Bears: Hibernation Ain’t Laziness, It’s Creative Renewal
The Mind Loops Blog: “How To Heal Your Mind and Mood… With a Tree” – Jan 2017 First off… Happy New Year! I hope 2017 is starting off in a fascinating way… That something new and interesting and inspiring is being born… just like the crocus that are about to start peeking up from out of … More How To Heal Your Mind and Mood… With a Tree
How To See the Extraordinary In the Ordinary – May 2016 When I was 17 years old I read a book called, The Film Director. It described all the tasks of a film director, from the composition of shots, to working with actors, dealing with eye-lines and the “180 degree rule.” I knew instantly that’s … More How To See the Extraordinary In the Ordinary