I Don’t Know What…

One of the hardest things in life, one of them, is to find out that what you thought was you and was all of that aspect of you is only the tip of the iceberg.  To find out that you don’t know what you don’t know about yourself when you thought you did is mindboggling and frustrating and sometimes frightening. … Details


Most people see flailing as a failure.  They see it as out of control, panicking, being lost and needing help.  It’s inefficient, it’s frustrating, it prevents forward momentum, it creates unnecessary drama, and it’s miserable for pretty much everyone around.  We all experience it at one point or another. … Details

Every Little Bit Counts

Life is busy.  It can be hard to balance everything we have and need to do with the things we want to do and the things that will help us achieve our dreams and our long-term goals.  Looking at everything it can be frustrating or overwhelming or both trying to figure out how to get it all done. … Details

New E-Books Are Here!

By popular demand I’ve put together three new E-books.  For years I’ve been sending out newsletters and emails which have developed into the Akashic Wisdom teachings which go out each Saturday to my email subscribers.  Through these I’ve explored  aspects of soul books that I don’t cover in my classes, more fully explore and discover the Akashics in-depth, and unfold how to work practically with the Akashics in our daily lives.… Details

Whose Narrative Is It?

Our lives are built out of the stories we tell.  The stories we tell each other, the ones we tell ourselves, and the ones our souls whisper to us late at night when they can get a word in edgewise.  Our dreams are just the stories our soul and our guides and our inner wisdom are telling us so we can grow and become. … Details

The Amount Matters

Sometimes trying just a little to see if you like it makes sense.  Just a little of the brussel sprouts or one chocolate scorpion will give you a good idea.  But it can’t get you past the psyched out, wired up pitch you’ve put yourself in so you can actually experience the tastes and textures and know if you actually like them. … Details

And Then What Happens?

Stories are written with a definitive beginning/middle/end.  We want to know the whole thing, we want to feel the outcome, to hear that settling and confirming last note.  Some of the most controversial episodes of Law & Order were the ones where you didn’t know the verdict at the end. … Details


I’m a fan of John Scalzi and of his blog, http://whatever.scalzi.com/  He’s an intelligent writer with a sense of humor I appreciate.  What’s better is that he writes with a great deal of common sense and, most of the time, having thought about the topic beforehand. … Details

Why Don’t I Fit In?

Something that’s become a theme lately in my practice is people having issues with fitting in.  It’s a common enough thing, we’ve all been through it in childhood, specifically in the teen years, and it echoes throughout our adult lives off and on. … Details

For All The Wrong Reasons

Romeo and JulietPeople say “Follow your heart.  It will never lead you astray.”  To which I respond with three words “Romeo & Juliet.”  Feeling drawn to do something, feeling that it is necessary to do right now, that it’s significant in some way is definitely something we should be giving our undivided attention. … Details