Healing may not mean well

Western culture medicine seems to look at health as a competition.  The unhealthy aspect of a person is something ‘other’ that is attempting to take over, modify, or destroy the person.  The medical establishment is a competitor that wants to ‘win’ by stopping the ‘other’ in their tracks and restoring the patient to life. …Details

What is Happy?

In talking with friends and clients I’ve found that there is a disconnect in people’s meaning of the word “happy”.  Some people say the word happy when they mean the sensation of being contented.  Others us it to mean being passionate about something and being able to participate in it. …Details

New to the Akashics

Kathy Karlander has some great advice for those just starting to work with the Akashic Records in her book Discovering the Essence of Your Soul. “Allow the information to flow into your thoughts without judgement or censoring.  This is often the most challenging part for new students. …Details

The Akashics are for Everyone

In the past 100 years, as our world has moved closer to a new age, more and more people have begun to experience heightened awareness of the connectedness of all things, the earth, politics, and personal interactions.  More have felt a calling to seek out ways in which to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.…Details

Balance, baby!

It’s officially Spring.  Today is the Spring Equinox which is the day when the amount of daylight is exactly the same as the amount of darkness.  It’s the turning of the tide where things will now become more light filled, colors will spring forth and soon there will be procreation and an explosion of cute baby animals everywhere. …Details

Self Hate

There Is Nothing Wrong With You by Cheri Huber is one of the best books I’ve ever read.  It’s very simple but profound in the most down to earth way.  And I came across it in the most random way.  An internationally known dance instructor was using it in class as a way for dancers to get out of their own way and find the way back into that joy they felt as children when they danced. …Details

Vulnerability is the key to joy

I just discovered Brené Brown and her talks on Ted. She is a researcher who has spent a decade researching Shame and Vulnerability.  Her conclusions and her insights are wonderful and eye-opening and I really appreciate her candor.  She points to vulnerability as the courage to be authentic in the face of judgement and disconnection. …Details

Good must have an opposite?

I was raised to believe that everything has an opposite.  Good and evil, democrat and republican, young and old, death and taxes….oh wait…no that’s another subject entirely.  Anywhoo….throughout my childhood I saw the negative way using opposites, or black and white thinking, could do. …Details

Preparing to Spring

Spring Equinox is just a few days away and world around me seems to be in that ferment of wrapping up all the loose ends while prepping for the new stage that is coming.  There was snow a couple of days ago, I’ve driven through hail, we’ve had torrential rain for the past two days, and yet there are daffodils in full bloom, the crocuses have been out for a couple of weeks, and my pierres are dripping blooms. …Details

Fear of loss

Throughout my life I have been taught to fear loss.  Losing things that are costly to replace, losing the ability to do something, losing my innocence, losing God’s love, you name it, it can be lost in a heartbeat and never be regained. …Details