Happily Ever After

…is a phrase that ends children’s stories.  No need to worry about what comes next.  The good guys get rewarded, the bad guys are either gone or have learned their lessons, and all is right with the world.  No more work, no more struggle, no more heavy lifting, just bliss and happiness and playtime forever. … Details

Looks Good On Paper

Ever had an exchange with someone over email or text where you completely misunderstood what was meant?  What is on paper loses something in translation and emoji and emoticons can’t quite make up for the emotional content which makes the intent and possibly the whole meaning mysterious and up to interpretation. … Details

Stop Processing

Being in process is the “finding myself” of the 21st Century.  Being in process, getting into the process, figuring out the process, following through on the process, seeing it for what it is, just letting it….Oh good grief!  Time to process the processing of your process elsewhere, please.… Details

Kabbalah Class Progress

Akashic MeditationsFor those who aren’t aware, I’m working on a new class for DailyOm.com.  It’s a Kabbalah 101 class focused on the Tree of Life, specifically on how this is a blueprint for manifestation.  The Tree of Life, like the Chakra system, is part of our bodies but describes in detail the steps on how we manifest things into the world and how we incorporate the lessons and wisdom we gain in manifested embodied life back into ourselves, our souls.… Details

I’m Stuck

“I’m stuck” is the newest phrase tossed around in the spiritual community and elsewhere.  I say tossed around because, for the most part, it’s no longer being used to mean that the person has come to a point that they can’t get out of or that they need help because they are caught and unable to extricate themselves. … Details

You Know What Your Sin Is?

“Oh, Hell. I’m a fan of all seven.” – Malcolm Reynolds Serenity What if the sins enumerated in the Bible weren’t universal, but instead were formulated to describe a masculine perspective?  If so then they would describe the negative aspects of men, not necessarily of women. … Details