Restoration & Preservation at Work in Our Lives


It’s been a busy start to the year (more on what’s happening below). Something has been recurring since just before the holiday season and I’ve been marinating on it ever since.

My marination started with this video about How Wolves Change Rivers, have you seen this?  If not, watch it, it’s less than 5 minutes and incredibly interesting as most things are when narrated in an English accent.

These five minutes resonated and lingered in my mind and got me thinking about the Wolf Effect in our own lives about how there are things we think, or people we surround ourselves with, or actions we take that make far greater ripples in our own restoration and preservation than we could possibly know.

 

I’m curious – have you experienced Wolf Effect in your life? If yes, what was the catalyst?

I’ve been hearing about the benefits of Meditation for a few years and while I’ve downloaded the apps and dipped my toe in a few times it’s never been something I truly got my head into. There was always a to-do list forming in my mind and that made me feel like a failure.  A local yoga studio (breathe if you’re local and interested) has a new series called meditate.now. and I’m signed up and excited to see the ripples this practice could create.

Breakdown of what’s been happening the last two weeks!

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  1. Kellyann Mitchell
    Kellyann Mitchell says:

    Hi Cass,
    I couldn’t help but reply to this post. You had a wolf effect on me recently. I commented on one of your posts a few months back & you kindly emailed me a few times even prompting me with questions about what I was stuck on in my life. Those questions led me down a very unexpected path. I have started a company with my two sisters & finally feel like I am on my true path. We are launching in a few weeks! Thank you so much for your inspiration & your wolf effect.

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