Too Much Of A Good Thing

Most people hope for good things to come and look forward to enjoying them as they occur.  Kind of like pearls on a string, the good things are expected to come one at a time because we kinda set ourselves up to think that at best life is ‘meh’ with some good in it and sometimes worse than that. … Details

Putting On the Elemental Glasses

Karen Abler Carrasco gives an amazing overview not only of this year of the Horse but of the Chinese yearly cycles and the elements that inform them.  Ever wondered why last year was Black/Water Snake vs. any other kind?  Want to know what makes Wood Horse so much more potent and the ride just that much more wild? … Details

Once Again With Feeling

Our minds are amazing problem solvers.  If we start thinking about something, even vaguely, all of a sudden information start spooling out, ideas about what I could do with that, what could be, how I would do it differently, ‘hmmmm…I’d like to know more about that…’, and on and on. … Details

Take A Look

I have a number of new articles published at  You can check them out here:  Akashic Insights Liz at also has a new Facebook page with wonderful articles and insights.  You can find it here:  … Details

Yes But…

So it’s January and in this year of the horse we’re being asked to get a move on.  Actually, we’re being asked to keep up because the energy is moving with or without us.  For many people that will mean taking the first steps towards achieving our dreams, finally letting go of the have to’s and walking into a life we’ve been preparing for all these years, or realizing that “someday” has become now and we get to start living our bliss. … Details

Bringing It Here

So much about spirituality is focused on either going in or going somewhere else.  Looking outside the self to a better place, working to release from the physical body with all of its needs and it’s missteps and mistakes and desires and whims so we can be in a perfected state and achieve bliss and enlightenment. … Details

What About Both/And?

I’m a fan of “both/and.”  I think that quite a few problems come from the either/or way of thinking and the “my way or the highway” mode of perceiving the world.  I work with lots of really great people who believe and perceive that there is no way to get from here to there because they way they have decided the world works is the way it actually works, it’s their way, and it’s not going allow them to achieve whatever is they want and/or need. … Details