With every raindrop that falls onto the mountain, it is further eroded and sculpted. But the mountain has no control over the rain. Sometimes it is a light drizzle and other times it is a torrential downpour. The mountain is always changing, even though it may not always be apparent on the outside...
The staff at Good Heart Recovery utilize a humanistic perspective when it comes to seeing each one of you as a human being living their own lives and with their own needs. You have the ability to use this perspective when working with others and with yourself, too!
Our co-founder Jaymee Carpenter shares insights on how being an integral part of the Universe brings meaning to events and experience. He has found that there are only three answers the Universe has for us at all times: 1. YES, 2. Not now, 3. I have something better for you.
As Humans, we have many different needs and at times, it can be common draw to focus solely on a few areas and diminish our attention on others. It is important to call-back your attention to each important Need area you have.
Our co-founder Jaymee Carpenter shares insights on spirituality: "I am not special. Just an ordinary being living an extraordinary life due to my being in right relation with Divine Mind. This information was too much for me to hold to myself. I share these thoughts daily at Good Heart Recovery and everywhere I go each day – now they are yours to do with as you wish."
This month we want to share with you the reminder that you have your own internal tools that you can use whenever you find yourself in a situation that seems unmanageable, difficult, or brings up fear or sadness.