A Spoonful of Sugar

People love the hero’s journey.  It’s the stuff of legends and oral history, religions and movies, novels and poetry, spiritual memes and merchandising empires.  We love the thought of going out on a quest to find something and then failing or succeeding (depending on if you prefer comedy or tragedy) and coming home to tell…

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Just This Once

In the movie Murphy’s Romance, Emma explains the nuances of checking a horse’s teeth including getting them to open their mouths by inserting a finger into the gap between their teeth, then moving their tongue aside one way and then the other.  Then she stops for a moment and points out “I warn you.  Some…

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No is a Valid Answer

We all get frustrated sometimes because we seem to be doing it all right.  We’re holding our intention, we taking right action, we’re being open to the universe, we’re doing what we’ve been asked to do, and still the thing we most want isn’t manifesting.  So then we try a new way of setting intention,…

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We Are Merely Players

Who we are is not these material concerns, these attachments, desires, fears or needs. We are much, much more and these things are but minute fragments of our very rich and exponentially expansive lives as souls.  It is as if we are angels acting in a play we are hurriedly writing, along with the other…

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It’s Not Me, It’s You

Ever notice that conversations with one particular person inevitably end with them as the subject, no matter where things started?  That talking with them is rarely if ever about anything but what is going on with them and what they need?  You go out, sit and end up with a tab to pay and a…

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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.  Work life, home life, personal life, hobbies, friends,…

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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,…

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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…

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