Expand your Creative Potential

Cynthia Connopcreativity, Life tips, love0 Comments

Create: Bring(something) into existence.  Cause (something) to happen as a result of one’s actions Creativity is natural – we are constantly creating something – a meal, a job, a project, an evening out. Creativity is not just about art or music, its about our desire to bring things into existence. Its about feeling that wonderful sense of purpose, potential, focus, … Read More

The Light and the Dark

Cynthia Connopfeminine, love0 Comments

Being radically, lovingly present for yourself and your beloveds. If we risk opening to love and becoming more aware we risk experiencing strong emotions of every type, including the lighter and darker feelings. There are times when we are feeling great but what about when we are not on top of things, feeling anything but joyful or purposeful, or not … Read More

Ways to create heaven on earth today

Cynthia ConnopLife tips, love0 Comments

Praise five people for who they already are. It’s worth the effort when you feel what happens in you and the other. Notice if any stinginess or embarrassment comes up and breathe through it. And offer at least one ‘in person’, virtual praise just isn’t the same edge. ………………………………………… Take a risk, open through fear and express love. There may … Read More

Fifty Shades of Love & Men’s challenge from Ernst

Cynthia Connopfeminine, love, masculine0 Comments

Fifty Shades of Love Sitting here in the warm winter sun I am reading what is remarkably the ‘fastest selling paperback of all time’. Fifty Shades of Grey has been dubbed ‘mummy porn’, erotica aimed at women over 30, and is reputedly awakening dormant female desire. It is very badly written, and dishes up a superficial depiction of sado-masochistic sex, ….and … Read More

Living Love from the Feminine Heart

Cynthia Connopfeminine, love, woman0 Comments

As a woman living with the demands of running a business I daily juggle the art of bringing my feminine essence into this fast-paced life of plans, schedules and to-do lists. In this challenge, I am not alone. Traditional culture will have us ‘soldier on’ and ignore our feelings. This doesn’t work. Recent statistics show that women are twice as … Read More