Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

August 10, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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Rescue Tool Box

Sometimes the environment around us is filled with news and attitudes we don’t prefer. Wow it is so easy to find ourselves in some kind of mood that has been affected by the surrounding conditions. This post makes a suggestion for what we can do to lift our spirits as we can. Continue reading

August 3, 2022
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Awake to Delivered Miracles

We reach to affirm what we do want. Then we release it. The habit many of us feel to keep checking on whether or not we “Got it” is a form of resistance. With faith and relaxing, we can and will see some things delivered. Continue reading

July 20, 2022
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The Flow and What We Want

Yes we can receive answers to our prayers, attract aspects of what we want, even when we do not feel very good. We rest in the moment, doing the best we can, sometimes feeling blah, while reaching for better. So much Love abounds! On cat feet in walk some of what we have been asking for. So Enriching to notice! Continue reading

July 12, 2022
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Yes to Parenting

So many of us carry some thoughts introduced in our past that no longer serve us—perhaps from parents, church or “what everyone seems to believe.” 
Isn’t it great that NOW we have the power to sort through that mental pile, as thoughts arise from experiences, and then to discard what hurts and limits us today. Continue reading

June 29, 2022
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Focus for Strength

We all benefit when we read an example of overcoming fear. Isn’t it inspiring when we learn how someone shifted her focus toward what she could do bit by bit? Direct herself toward building strength? Continue reading

June 15, 2022
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Caring for Loved One with Dementia

Some of us will find ourselves in a position to care for a loved one who is suffering from dementia. What insight and strategy are available to us in light of perspectives in this blog? Continue reading

June 7, 2022
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A Relaxed Second Look

We are in charge of our perceptual lens. What we see and how we interpret what we see is entirely subject to our assumptions, the way we think.
If we judge something with a quick glance, and decide it is not up to our standard, we can miss out. Perhaps we can get pay off in taking a second look when we feel better and then making a second survey. Continue reading

(Mission statement here).