I Did What?

What’s exciting about this year is the mix of practical with emotions.  If we choose to let go of the old narratives we’ve been living we can use what we gained and what we learned in 2014 to move forward in the life we want to have. … Details

Wrapping Up Loose Ends

When we get into the beginning of a year we’re somewhat geared up to think that new things are starting, that new projects and challenges are forming, that we’re getting a fresh new start on things.  What we don’t take into account is that with any new anything, there’s a bunch of prep work that takes place. … Details

Think Bigger

We’re still in the beginning of the year and there are a lot of us who are still recovering or hung over from all the emotional things that happened last year.  Year of the goat, thankfully, is not an explosive year of impactful events, thank goodness, but a time for long-term planning, really meaningful progress on plans already in action, and starting the actions that manifest things into reality. … Details

My Label Reads…

I hear from clients, students and even friends that they know they are like this sometimes or tend to that a lot or need to work on such and so *deep sigh*.  Then comes the fork in the conversation that can go in one of three ways: “but” – I’m not dealing with that right now, “???”… Details


from The Thirteen Petalled Rose by Adin Steinsaltz There is another and deeper problem: that of self-delusion. Just as people sometimes delude themselves that they are “in love,” so can they believe that they are praying, that they are having a religious experience, even though it is only a false spirituality.… Details

Spiritual Ageism

I get asked a lot about old souls and new/young souls.  People are told they are old, that they are new, that someone they know is old or new and then they want to know what that means.  The hard part for me is that it means a whole lot and a whole lot of nothing at the same time.… Details

White Eyes

By Mary Oliver In winter     all the singing is in          the tops of the trees              where the wind-bird with its white eyes     shoves and pushes          among the branches.              Like any of us he wants to go to sleep,     but he’s restless—          he has an idea,              and slowly it unfolds from under his beating wings     as long as he stays awake.          But his big, round music, after all,              is too breathy to last.… Details