January 18 – Winnie-The-Pooh Day

Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood where Christopher Robin plays,
you’ll find the enchanted neighborhood of Christopher’s childhood days.

I cannot help remember with fondness the endless times my daughter and I watched Winnie The Pooh when she was little. I felt inspired to write this article one afternoon and I was going to write about all of the shadow aspects of each character but, realizing that very soon was going to be Winnie The Pooh Day, I decide to focus on what I can learn about each character instead.

Here it is. I hope it inspires you.

Winnie The PoohPooh – Stay in the present moment, be kind, look at the bright side of every situation, accept
yourself, enjoy the sweet things in life, be honest.

Tigger

Tigger – Be proud of your talents and uniqueness, be excited about life, bounce off challenges, laugh at yourself, be ok with making mistakes.

Piglet – Ask for help and support, honor your feelings, be polite, acknowledge your limitations but don’t give up, take care of your home.Piglet and Rabbit

Rabbit – Grow and harvest what you eat, be a leader, share, work hard, keep your space free of clutter, enjoy time alone, have values, surrender.

EeyoreEeyore – Even when you don’t feel the happiest, stay connected to your friends, forgive, release expectations, there is wisdom in facing your sadness.

Roo – See the world through the eyes of innocence and wonder, have fun, be respectful to your family and elders, love, enjoy life.Kanga and Roo

Kanga – Be kind, be flexible, have compassion, nurture yourself, be of service.

OwlOwl – Educate yourself, share stories with others, recall the things that make you happy and proud, look at things from a different perspective, be polite.

Christopher Robin – Build a community of support, be of service, celebrate, stay connected with nature, play, use your imagination, have fun.Christopher Robin

 

 

 

Disney story based on A. A. Milne’s original books

Comparing Yourself

Comparing Yourself

Tea bag messageThis podcast was created from a place of openness and inspiration. The inspiration came from different sources at different times, so I paid attention and waited for the right moment. I could have said so much more but I wanted to make it to the point.

Let me know what you think in the comments. Enjoy!