Sunday, September 23, 2012

We Are Moving - Please Go to

Not only do we have a new blog, but also a new free Forum in which you can actively participate and engage in conversations with others from around the world. We have many lively discussions going on now with even more to come.

If you are a Highly Sensitive Person or wonder if maybe you are, join in that conversation. Read the stories that others share and share your own.

For October we will be talking about moving from Scarcity to Prosperity and living in a state of Gratitude.

Career development, personal and spiritual growth, love and relationships and many more topics are open to all.

Come let your Voice and hear the Voices of others!

In the meantime, enjoy this great 1min video before you go - Hugs, Dr. Katie and Bonnie

The Wildest Ride!!!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

One Square Inch

Many years ago while living in Japan, I learned this beautiful concept from a Japanese friend. My mini-balcony on my small apartment - overlooked a wood dump - a place where old wood from torn down houses and factories was dumped.

It was not the loveliest sight in the world. My friend said, "You must learn to look at 'one square inch'."  Then he had me look to my right and down the street. In Japan there are little stone 'beings' called Jizu - they protect travelers and young children. It is the custom for people to pour water over the little statue and dress them in a red cape - they are lovely and delightful little beings that appear on many street corners.  My friend had me put my attention on the small statue and ignore the ugly dump, the sounds of the street, and any other disruptive or unpleasant scenes.

I sometimes forget that wonderful lesson - when I do remember - it makes my line of sight so much more pleasant and beautiful.

Just another 'good idea'.