Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

February 8, 2021
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Personal Power in Healing

We all experience times when a bodily condition slows us down a bit. Many of us feel an urge to keep plugging away and resist this “taking it easy” business. This post articulates the advantages of honoring the healing process and how we can build muscles of greater personal power if we choose. Continue reading

November 2, 2020
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Allow Rest

We all have heard the expression, “No Gain Without Pain.” We have all been told it is a good thing to put your shoulder to the grindstone and try hard. Let’s replace those propositions: Life is easy, fun and loving! Naturally we want to rest and recharge and let’s follow that impulse as it arises.

Hooray for letting life flow! Hooray for feeling relaxed and good.  Pursuing what is wanted with time to change focus, play and rest. Continue reading

August 25, 2020
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A Story of Soothing Self

Many of us have experienced much judgment on our life’s paths. The habit of judging one another is so prevalent in the culture. Many parents want others to see their children as well performing and well behaved and if the children are not, they take the judgment thoughts as condemnation of their being as well as their child’s.  Work cultures, societal cultures, the examples abound. Continue reading

June 22, 2020
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Awake to Hurt; Then Heal

Our experience arises from how we perceive what is going on around us.  Can we awake to what we “see” hurts us? This post constitutes another entry into “What story do I tell myself?” Isn’t it powerful to notice when we are telling a tale that does not feel good? Fruitful journey of discovery! Continue reading

June 8, 2020
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Expect the Good II

As we practice the mindfulness, we discern when our perception is clouded with past hurts. This piece offers an example of one man shifting his previous position from what was a long past unwanted experience to one of seeing a positive future, to expect the good.

Malin’s Story Begins

Last year Malin dated Tara for a month. At the time Malin wanted her to attend some events near his home and Tara was reluctant to travel much to his part of the state. For M that was very frustrating. Continue reading

May 18, 2020
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Surprise Assistance Provided

We pursue our growth. On this path we attract help in unexpected ways.

Increasing our sovereignty over our thinking, each day we want to live more and more in playful mode.  Self-compassion flows from us. No, not just that we can list appreciations of our talents and achievements: we start to know the innocence and purity of heart with which we were born. Feeling that affection for our dearness the way a dad fills with love as he holds his newborn.

What happens when we do this more and more? What support flows to us to further feather our nest? Continue reading

April 28, 2020
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Overexertion and Recovery

We use our bodies constantly. We exercise, play, and sometimes we overdo. Whoops. What strategies do we have to facilitate recovery?

Do we put our primary focus on grabbing some pain relief from the medicine cabinet? What else? How shall we wield our awesome power of focus under this circumstance?

The Story Opens

Raney took a hike with a friend. In an easy and relaxed frame of mind, she flowed with the preferences of her friend for which trails to hike. Continue reading

April 21, 2020
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Self-Supporting Habits of Thought

Those of us using the information in these posts are learning to become more and more awake to what we are thinking and to how that feels. We love when we feel good.

This process involves become more aware and in that we sometimes notice we want a course correction. “Oh my, I am blaming myself again, or Oh dear, I am finding fault with someone outside myself. “

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April 15, 2020
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Aware and Recovering Bit by Bit

We all have felt hurt by another’s words. Do we know how much power we have to recover from that upset to compassion and to joy? Yes, we do!

In this post we will look in more detail at the steps that make to change out mood. Early in the process we remember that we are the one out of balance. Ascribing blame to that other or to ourselves does not serve our becoming happier. Instead, we want to shift our perception.

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April 2, 2020
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Clearer Perception with Calm

Cloretta has been meeting prospect partners using the internet. Recently she explored a dating site that she rarely checked: that one sent her notice of a new member whom C checked out. That company required payment to send a custom … Continue reading

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