As I watch the hummingbirds joyfully circle the feeder I feel their happiness. Happy that they survived the 1800-mile journey they just finished to reach the heights of the Colorado mountains. The sun is shining and I look forward to …Continue reading →
In this blog post, we are going to explore the many benefits of Laughter Yoga. When you start laughing, your chemistry changes. Even your physical being changes and, believe it or not, your chances to experience happiness are much greater. …Continue reading →
Welcome to another blog series! This blog is about one of my passions – Laughter Yoga. I meant to write this blog last May, but then as my life goes I finally found the perfect Laughter Yoga teacher for me. …Continue reading →
by Patricia Rose Upczak Welcome to Synchronicity Publishing LLC’s blog. We are starting a new series exploring archetypes in the midst of a pandemic. For those of you who are not familiar with the word “archetype” let me tell …Continue reading →
Storytellers have woven their tales throughout time. Minstrels used to sing stories as they played their instruments and danced down the cobblestone streets of their towns. Myths and stories are the foundation of our human experience.
I believe that myths, legends and all our amazing storytellers have created (and continue to create) the very fabric of human experience. This second blog in our series will explore the timeless legends and stories of Robin Hood and Rudyard Kipling.
In this series I will explore some of the great storytellers and myths that I love. Be prepared that this blog will be written through the lens of my perspective as a lover of writing, books and story. There are thousands of years filled with humankind stories, but I will attempt to explore some of the more significant ones as we travel through the next few blogs of this series.
Animals and children are the hope of the planet. Their playfulness, joy and innocence bounce back and forth when they play and communicate with each other. Children learn to trust their animal companions. They tell them things that need to …Continue reading →
Wisdom from A Children’s Detective on Parents – Virginia Satir True Stories Being with Virginia as told by Dr. Mary Jo Bulbrook, Colleague & Friend The classic book The New Peoplemaking written by Virginia in 1988 acclaims: “When I was …Continue reading →