It’s Not a Detour

wooden-nickels-round-tuitIn spirituality we tend to try and braid three different aspects of ourselves into a holistic life: mundane/regular life, spiritual path, personal spiritual practice. It’s fairly common for people whose spiritual path is to be in service somehow to go through and initial healing phase or “Come to Jesus” moment where those things we’ve been living with and waiting to Get a Round Tuit become front and center.…Details

Power Dysmorphia

chimeraIt is unfortunately common for individuals to give up their personal power. It’s a weird twist where our need to associate and connect at the individual and group level which worked to create families, tribes, villages, and people, now serves to set us up for consumerism, manipulation, and on going life struggles.…Details

Choose

MorriganStatueMagicalOmahaStories are full of that dramatic moment. The one moment, that pause between the ending of everything that went before and the beginning of everything that comes after. The moment when they choose. In a drama we’re pretty sure they are going to choose the right way, be the hero or the anti-hero, choose to learn and transform, and everything is going to be all right.…Details

The In Between

magic-doorEver notice that we don’t step right on the doorway into a room or a building?  We step from this space to that space without actually touching the door frame.  Sometimes we lean on the door frame to talk with someone or wait to get someone’s attention (*cough* teenagers *cough*) but even then if you look, the feet are usually either in one room or another. …Details

How Do I Know If I’m On The Right Path?

I’m very excited that ExploreDeeply.com, aka Chloë Rain, has published one of my long form articles: How Do I Know if I’m On The Right Path?

About Explore Deeply : The Art of Transformation & Healing  Although many of us hear the call of our inner desires and dreams, it is often difficult to find the path forward to our own awakening.…Details

A Line In The Sand

line-in-the-sandIt’s easy to get stuck in what can seem a hamster wheel of thinking, intending, planning, considering, and preparing. It feels productive but like a mirage, no matter how much you do you never quite reach a point in which the step over the finish line into actually being that instead of preparing to be that.…Details