Posts Tagged ‘symbolic sight’

Work Through Your Relationship Grief

September 27, 2008

Last summer, my marriage ended. I didn’t want it to, but the gap between our lifestyles kept widening, and splitting up soon became the obvious course of action. I was heartbroken, but from the start I recognized that there was great value in my grieving process.

I’m sharing what I went through in the hope that the process that helped me recover relatively quickly may offer some comfort to others who are hurting. It took me four months to heal, which is far better than four years . . . or forever. You can recover from a broken heart. You can heal. You can be whole again.


Coincidence and Caroline Myss

August 31, 2008
Caroline Myss

Caroline Myss

In December 2006, I was writing a paragraph about Caroline Myss’ concept of symbolic sight, a process that included paging through her groundbreaking book, Anatomy of the Spirit. As I was finishing, I heard the beep of an incoming e-mail. Guess who it was from? Yep, Caroline just happened to pick that ten-minute window to reply to an e-mail I had sent her more than three weeks before. I couldn’t help but laugh. Nothing she does surprises me anymore. She is the most remarkable person I know.

Caroline was kind enough to (more…)