If you’re looking for a book to assist you as you navigate the ups and downs in life while you peel away the layers of worldly expectations, this read may be for you.
Have you ever wondered about your life’s dreams and what happened to them? Have you ever had dreams for your life? This book is a wake-up call. A reminder that it is never too late to fulfill that desire burning deep down inside of you. The piece of your soul that is ready to shine and light up your life! Inside the pages of Living, Loving, & Unlearning, I’ve created an easy to follow guideline for you to do just that. As you discover the purity of your own soul, and purpose of your existence here on earth, you will begin to feel the freedom to live your life, your journey, and your truth.
To listen to my talk at Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA, please click here. This will give you an inside look into Living, Loving, & Unlearning, how it came about, and how it may help you in your own healing. As an added treat, my brother, Norm Weintraub, also performs a very special song about our Dad and his impact on our lives.
To order your copy of Living, Loving, & Unlearning, please go to my website at cynthiabrennen.com.
Rejuvenation isn’t something that just happens, it is a process of creating boundaries and letting go of old energy that has served its purpose. Recently, I’ve released some things and people in my life that were once fulfilling and energetic, but there comes a time when all must come to an end for the new to enter through the closed door. It is the opening to the new that allows us to continue our journey and expand to deeper depths than before.
Spread your wings and fly among the truth seekers. In between the quiet pieces of time you will find beauty in the early morning sunrise, the smile upon a child’s face, the grace of a swan on a silvery lake, taking you to the stillness of your original soul.
For those of you interested in listening to my show with Lee Welles, author of the award-winning Gaia Girls series, you can tune in by going to the category “AM-WWLZ820 Talk Radio” and click on the link, “Yoga, Gaia Girls, midlife changes, “radical” forgiveness, & the authentic self.”
I had a great conversation with my oldest brother, Norm, as we walked the streets of Seattle during our family reunion. We talked about how a life worth living is a life where you never give up on reinventing yourself. A life where you tap into your creativity and explore what stirs that drive inside, that excitement that rises when you know it is right for you, and that connection your creation has to others in your surroundings.
Reinvention is an ongoing process. Think about where you were ten years ago compared to now. We are constantly reinventing, but the key to the process is to realize the value in reaching for your heart’s desire versus settling for what you know is not working for you anymore. Is there something you’ve always wanted to do but fear held you back? Think about taking that first step, you may be pleasantly surprised when you do.
When I started my practice I had no idea where I was going with it. I jumped in and allowed my intellect and Spirit to guide me. One thing led to another and I learned along the way. When I started this blog, I barely knew what a blog was. I googled WordPress and explored set up until it was done. My recent radio interview was started with an email and it took off from there. It has peaked my interest and I’m currently exploring other radio opportunities. Oh, and I still want to learn to play guitar! Interestingly, that’s how Norm and I got into this conversation. He is an amazing guitarist who writes his own music and lyrics. He was telling me how he became involved with this group called Bread and Roses. It was developed by Joan Baez with the idea of giving with your heart and musical talents. Musicians travel around to nursing facilities and play for the residents. Norm was telling me how the gift of giving bounces back. The connection and appreciation he feels with these wise older owls is overwhelming. They truly FEEL his music and tune in to his tunes. Both the player and the listener have an exchange that fills them more than all the material wealth in the world. When you get this, and know this feeling, no THING can touch you. It is an island unto itself. Giving service is so important in any invention. It is a reminder that the true filling is in the giving.
What is it that you have been thinking about reinventing lately? Take that first step. Breathe in deep, eyes wide open, and GO! The learning is in the experience. You just might be surprised by what you find.