Google+ How To In Life - with Dr Edith Johnston

Adjusting–Expressing Me for Me

  We hear so often that to do for ourselves is selfish.  Or, we hear not to share our talents with the world is selfish.  This is a myth. We need to adjust our perspective that expressing for self is OK.  Expression of our talents is important for our being.  Expression in private brings joy […]

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Adjusting for Balance

  Chaos exists in life and within our own being.  That being the intensity and excitability of our own make up.  The desire for stimulus and many interests adds to the chaos.  The intention to have things perfect contributes.  The drive to make a difference in the world weighs heavily.  The caring and sensitivity to […]

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Adjusting to Mastery through Practice

  We have many talents that come naturally to us.  However, development of these talents takes practice.  We embrace our expression by engaging with the intention to grow and develop.  It is a journey of mastery.  We adjust to the fact it is hard work.  There will be times of significant gain; times of plateau […]

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Adjusting to Learning

  Our ability to take in and process information rapidly comes easy.  We can integrate, translate, and apply the information.  We know.  However, to gain further knowledge and evolve wisdom we need to adjust through learning how to learn.  This involves doing thing that do NOT come easily.  Yes, staying with things that are hard.  […]

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Adjusting Expectations

  Expectation: A strong belief that something will happen or be the case in the future A belief that someone will or should achieve something The act or state of looking forward or anticipating Assumption, belief, destiny, possibility, intention, presumption, likelihood    Expectations?????? Expectations can motivate us or discourage us.  Expectations come from within and without.  […]

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Adjusting – Oh Yeah! That’s Intense

  The brightness of colors everywhere The melodies and counterpoints in nature and everyday hustle The joy and the sadness The delight and disappointment The passion and the void The engagement and the withdrawal Each and every experience has its own degree of intensity. “Too much” says the little voice within and on the air. […]

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