Change Doesn’t Segregate

We’re taught to think about our lives as having segments, like the scales of a snake or a scorpion or a lobster.  Each piece is connected but discrete with clear boundaries and sharp edges.  They touch, they intersect, they interact, but they also keep to their own. … Details

Over Balancing

We’re taught that our brains are our biggest assets.  They are what make human beings the top, or almost top, of the food chain and why we can manage, or mismanage, the earth.  We are thinking beings thinking all the time about everything whether it be passively through watching TV and movies, playing video games, interacting at each other on social media, actually interacting with other beings, working, planning for our future, problem solving, doing the necessary things to keep our homes and our lives running, we are always thinking.… Details

Akashic Library Explorations

Ever get so focused on something you do all the time that you forget to smell the roses?  Yeah, happens to me too.  I focus so much on working with client’s soul books and teaching students how to read their soul books and how to navigate the Akashic landscape and work with mentors that I tend to forget other really fun and incredible aspects.… Details

The Rudolph Rule

I meet the most amazing people.  People who have extraordinary gifts, who delight me with the wisdom and richness of their personalities, who do and are things I wonder at because they are so different from who I am and what I do. … Details

When You’re Ready

There’s a difference between desiring something, being willing to do “whatever it takes” to get there and actually being ready to do what it will take.  Most people who say they are ready are exactly the ones who aren’t.  Not that they aren’t capable, that the timing is wrong or the elements aren’t there, but they just can’t see that the one thing it takes is their willingness to enter into the process.… Details

It Could Be Great…

powercompanyclimbing.comThere are times when I’m caught off guard by people.  They seem rational, upbeat, only the usual amount of unhappy, doing things with their lives that are interesting and being generally good people out in the world and then they start talking about some relationship they are having or trying to have. … Details

Your Pain Is Valid

It’s not uncommon for clients to tell me that their lives are just fine, everything is going well and they have good lives…well except for: infidelity, abuse, loneliness, overwork, working at something they hate, a life built on lies, codependance, addiction, weight issues, illness, self-destructive behaviors, self-loathing, low self-esteem, depression, hopelessness, and possibly a deep desire that gets stronger each day for something to change, anything at all… Huh?! … Details

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