Image by Tim Marshall A cousin of mine called me the other day and she was clearly upset with an aunt of ours. She needed to vent about the aunt’s negative behavior. And as I listened, it’s always interesting to me when I find more pieces to the women in my family’s emotional instability,
Image by Greg Rakozy Remember …When things are going wrong for us - who wouldn’t look for a way to fix them.It’s absolutely legitimate to look for a fix - and there are so many “experts” out there who promise you “more positive thinking will fix your life!” or “I’ll tell you the secret that will
"Honor the space between no longer and not yet" - Nancy Levine ~~~~~~~Allowing space between one thing that you've let go of or no longer believe without immediately endorsing another is important for many reasons. Grabbing for something else rarely allows time for a new way of "being" to establish.
image by Jaysonsolo15.devianart.com Over the years many of my clients, including my personal experience have talked about the discomfort to even painful experiences while doing DEEP personal development and spiritual work. Just because you’re on this journey doesn’t mean that all you have to do
IntroductionSandra and I connected over on Instagram. I love what she is putting out into the world. Her message is spot on to what I believe in and spread. I reached out to her to see if she would be a guest and it was her first podcast interview she shared with me afterwards and let me tell you, I
Of course you would want to grow spiritually. It’s a basic human need. Animals don’t have to grow spiritually - they already live their highest potentials, incorporate the highest feline, canine or bovine virtues, and have fully embraced their own path, their own truth, their own TAO. Human beings
Image by Jason Rosewell- courtesy of UnsplashSpeaking is how we show up in life, everywhere and all the time. Our speaking is who we are in the world.“ - Robert Rabbin on Rebelle Society “Their voices was all they had.“Cornel West on BigThink Just think for
Innocence.Oxford Concise Dictionary defines innocence as follows:From the Latin word, Innocent “not harming” The prefix In- not and the suffix of the word innocence, “nocere (nocence) means to hurt.” Compare also nocuous, noxious from Latin nocere- do harm, “to hurt." When a person is in an innocent