Author Archives: Sharon
When you get into the ever widening upward spiral of Dreamstepping serendipity kicks in. Events and opportunities you could not dream up in a thousand years find their way to you and you step into delicious flow.
The Transition from Reflection to Dreaming We do reflection naturally at the ending of things. Case in point; New Years resolutions! How many of you dreamed new dreams at the start of the new year? It can really get the … Continue reading
A word about planning. There are Two kinds of planning. One is good old fashioned Goal setting. Make ’em S.M.A.R.T. write ’em down. Simply Brilliant when you know HOW to get to your dream. Less than useful when you have … Continue reading
I have to admit to being quite a fan of Facebook in General. And yes, I have let my children use social media since it showed up on the scene (without any detrimental effects that I can see) But I’ve … Continue reading
Dream, Voice, Plan, Act, Enjoy, Reflect… Reason one of 365 soon to be enumerated reasons why I like Dreamstepping: Doing is only 1/6th of the process!
My Dear Friend Wendy McDonnell has invited me back to discuss Family Systems: the ever-changing yet stable contexts in which we live. I love talking with Wendy, she’s a breath of calm and peace in a hectic world and she … Continue reading
Oh my gosh, I just love both Wendy McDonnell and Alex Baisley. And I’m most fortunate to know them both personally. When I found out they were doing this program on CFRU this sunday I could not wait. Give it … Continue reading
After launching Dreamstepping in December of this past year with a strong internal commitment to blog about the process on a regular basis, I stalled. So, I beat myself up about that for a little while (probably four months actually, … Continue reading
I’m excited to invite you to join me and Julie Wise as we speak with Wendy McDonnell on CFRU this Sunday morning. Here’ is a link to Wendy’s blog outlining the show on Co-Parenting after Divorce. http://compassionatesolutions.ca/show-13-co-parenting-after-divorce/