The five-foot high walls that surround my childhood home were made of brick. The oozed and dried cement between each brick made them very easy to climb, which we did often. I remember sitting atop the wall one beautiful spring afternoon. I could see on both sides of the wall. I thought of my ... » Learn More about Can Imagination Be Your Cure for Indecision?
Janet D Thomas
I read a very interesting article in the Wall Street Journal. The question was, “What if you could travel into your own future to see what your life will look like in 20, 30 or even 40 years?” Researchers used virtual reality with test subjects and it boosted the amount they decided to save for ... » Learn More about Can Your Active Imagination Transform Your Life?
I had a misconception about what I would feel like after healing emotionally. When I was trying to find my way out of depression and confusion, I imagined that when I felt better it would feel like I was floating on a cloud. I envisioned dancing through my days, picking flowers and being immune to ... » Learn More about Awakening Pains: How to Embrace New Frontiers of Growth
I had a curious event yesterday. I looked at my bank account activity and there was a charge I didn’t recognize, totaling hundreds of dollars. After talking to a bank representative, I was referred to another agency. In speaking with a man at the agency, they had been trying to contact me for a long ... » Learn More about My Relationship with the Baobab Tree
This time of year is especially meaningful to me. Years ago I had a harrowing experience that turned out to be one of the most powerful and important course-corrections of my life. Every year I reflect upon it, and particularly within the context of it occurring close to Independence Day. Every ... » Learn More about Are You Afraid to be Free from Fear?