Archive for June, 2012

How Laura Got Her Groove Back (It’s Not What You Think)

June 29th, 2012 by Laura Longley

Over the past few weeks, maybe even the past month, I have had times of feeling very anxious. In the past I frequently had boughts of anxiety, but over the past year or so that has become rare. I felt anxiety about some specific things, in particular two decisions I had made about the direction in…

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What’s In a Name? A Lot

June 21st, 2012 by Laura Longley

I’ve decided to legally change my name. I’m going to drop my married name and go back to using my maiden name. This doesn’t sound like such a big deal, but for me there are emotions and history associated with this name change that makes it feel like a triumph for me. My name has…

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The Blue Heron Wisdom Internet TV Show Goes Live Today!

June 14th, 2012 by Laura Longley

If you have enjoyed reading my posts here (which I will continue to do), you might also enjoy tuning into the inaugural episode of my new Internet TV Show, Blue Heron Wisdom. To find out more about the show and to watch the archives, go here: http://www.realcoachingradio.net/content/blue-heron-wisdom To tune in live at 7 PM Pacific /…

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Eagles, Part II – The Battle Between Ego and Higher Self

June 7th, 2012 by Laura Longley

On the second day of my Olympic Peninsula adventure, I decided to go to Cape Flattery. Cape Flattery is the most northwest point of the continental United States. I’d been to Key West which is the most southern point, so it seemed kind of fun to go to the most northwest point. Not to mention…

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Keep it simple

June 5th, 2012 by Laura Longley

This is a lovely reminder to just be. Here. Now.

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Eagles, Part I – Spirit Is Always Present

June 4th, 2012 by Laura Longley

Friday was my birthday. Several weeks earlier I made plans to go by myself to the Olympic Peninsula. Part of my motivation was to spend some time alone in nature. To reflect and meditate on what I wanted to create in the coming year. On a clear day when I am driving the hills of…

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