It’s been a while since my last blog and I GOT MARRIED! That’s right while planning a wedding, it was fought to keep up with everything, but I am back and looking to post more regularly.
Through hypnosis, I help people to focus on what they want. I got married last month and used hypnosis, and the assistance of dear friends, to help me stay focused on the JOY of getting married during a time of stress and focusing on details while planning the wedding. And everyone said, “It’s a wedding, expect something to go wrong.” I didn’t want to expect it, but when things did go wrong, I got through by refocusing on what was right and good and wonderful and the wedding went off “imperfectly, perfect!” The location had changed a month before, there were unexpected expenses and travel delays, and did I mention I forgot to pick up the minister and bring her to the wedding and realized it 45 minutes before the wedding was set to begin?!?! So, everything did work out… not exactly as planned,… it was better! I share this poem to remind myself and others to focus on what you have and what you want, rather than what you are missing. If you are interested in learning more about hypnosis, I offer a free half hour screening, so call today! 518-598-6968
Broken Dishes – Douglas Malloch
Tags: Hope, Hypnosis, optimism, overcoming sadness
Try as we will, be careful still,
We folks who wash the dishes,
What’er we do, we break a few,
No matter what one wishes.
Yes, something slips from out the hand,
Or on a cup a plate will land,
You lock your arm, you hear a crash,
And there’s a saucer gone to smash.
Yet some folks seem to think a dream
Should never know a waking,
That hearts should choose, and never lose,
And never have an aching.
They seem to think that they, at least,
Should set the board, and have the feast,
And go along the way they wish
Through life, and never break a dish.
But when you do break something new,
Or something old you cherish,
I tell you what will help a lot,
Although a dish may perish:
Although some day some loss may bring,
One platter isn’t everything –
Go in the pantry, when bereft,
And count the dishes you have left!
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