Posts Tagged ‘trust’

The Laura Longley Show – April 7, 2014: The Importance of Maintaining a Spiritual Connection to Nature with Nancy Kyme, Author of “Memory Lake”

http://lallan57.audioacrobat.com/download/c39b4dc9-6d8b-d66a-a882-60f2c86fb59a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download“Sacrifices of Joy” is the inspirational message inside “Memory Lake; The Forever Friendships of Summer” an award winning novel-memoir by Nancy S. Kyme.  Remembering the joys and fearlessness of youth can help you overcome adult challenges. And, experiencing nature can be a meditative tool for self-discovery. Join Laura and…
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The Laura Longley Show – March 31, 2014: Growing in Gratitude Daily with Hillis Pugh, Author of “Thank You Thursday”

http://lallan57.audioacrobat.com/download/4355d253-b9b8-3892-f1b1-cca8e3be89bb.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe book “Thank You Thursday” started as weekly blog dedication to sharing life’s gratitude.  As a species, we have countless things to be thankful for. By finding gratitude in his own life, author Hillis Pugh has become a channel to convey messages of gratitude to share with others. He…
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The Laura Longley Show – March 24, 2014: Creating Trust in a Fear-Based Environment with Sister Jenna from the Meditation Museum

http://lallan57.audioacrobat.com/download/18bb3cec-2a5f-a5ad-5667-f773d5acdf36.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThere are many pieces of fear within our souls and when we are threatened in areas like job insecurity, infidelity in relationships, health concerns and struggling to trust our politicians to do the right thing, our trust factor, which is a natural innate thermometer, goes cold. If a society…
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Edinburgh Day 1 : Trust and Faith

October 30th, 2012 by Laura Longley

I arrived at the airport in Edinburgh about 14 hours ago, at 10 AM local time. I easily made my way by taxi to the flat where I had rented a room, and met the flat owner, Eva. Eva is a transplant from Malaga in Spain. She’s been living in Edinburgh for 16 years. When…

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Expect the Unexpected: Finding the Power in Being Resilient

September 19th, 2012 by Laura Longley

“Expect the unexpected.” That’s the motto of a certain reality TV show, which I’m (almost) embarrassed to say that I watch. It’s also become one of the guiding lights in my life. We cannot control events, circumstances or other people, no matter how hard we might try. The only way to deal with the uncertainty…

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Maintaining Appropriate Boundaries Requires Contemplation and Trust

April 14th, 2012 by Laura Longley

Yesterday I had an opportunity to decide where to set my boundaries and how to react to a situation where they were crossed. This situation involved my ex-husband. He and I have not had an easy relationship since our divorce many years ago, but have to maintain some sort of contact because we have a…

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