For when your ‘stuff’ starts coming up

Have we laughed, cried, sang, danced, ran, ate, drank, prayed together? That is the question I am sitting in the middle of this New Moon as I’m thinking about who I want to spend more time with in and out of lockdown. I’ve been reading that this moon invites us to reflect on the relationshipsContinue reading “For when your ‘stuff’ starts coming up”

A Choice we have even when nothing feels certain

I was supposed to be in London today, preparing for an Embody your Feminine Leadership event scheduled for tomorrow, yet here I am in my home, sitting at my new upcycled writing desk, writing to you, trusting that this is where I am meant to be. I am feeling loads, as I’m sure you areContinue reading “A Choice we have even when nothing feels certain”

Let go of the ‘jeans’ and set yourself free

It was circa 2005. A late Saturday afternoon. I was getting ready to go out that night and was plowing through a pile of jeans, trying to find the pair that made my thighs look slightly thinner and my rear slightly firmer, without causing my stomach to overhang on the top. Pair after pair IContinue reading “Let go of the ‘jeans’ and set yourself free”

My True You Grounds – Embodiment Practice

The following process helps you come back to center when you are feeling anxious, stressed, frustrated, angry, can’t make a decision, overwhelmed, or just generally wound up. You can journal or meditate on the following. Step 1: Reflect on the situation that is causing the distress. 1. Name how you are feeling (the emotion). 2. NoticeContinue reading “My True You Grounds – Embodiment Practice”

Stuck in a rut? 2 ways to get your springtime groove on

I just got back from a walk in the woods. The signs of new life are starting to show. Little green buds showing themselves on the brown branches, and the tips of leaves peeking up through the mud. A quiet birdsong celebrates that it’s warm enough to be out and about, and a mild earthyContinue reading “Stuck in a rut? 2 ways to get your springtime groove on”

The balancing act between fiercely independent and deeply connected

I’m sitting here writing this on a late Saturday afternoon eating a bowl of chips (also known as chunky fries) at a pub, after a 5 hour jaunt across the Brecon Beacons. A day out on my own. Just me, an Ordinance Survey map, and my heightened sense of directional awareness. It felt good toContinue reading “The balancing act between fiercely independent and deeply connected”

Will your year be fearfully frenzied or faith filled in flow?

It’s January. A new year. A new decade, and an ominous one at that. 2020. A year that holds a lot of hope. Maybe the magic of the double 20 will, poof!.. bring in a new president for the US, resolve the ongoing Brexit fiasco, reverse climate change, and bring peace to the Middle EastContinue reading “Will your year be fearfully frenzied or faith filled in flow?”

From Fear to Faith in 7 Years

7 years ago I was here in Australia, swapping winter for summer, chasing my bliss. We arrived green travelers. Had never properly pitched a tent before, and yet there we were, camping our way along the coast. Twenty-four hours in, and I had a melt-down. We were trying to make our way through Sydney inContinue reading “From Fear to Faith in 7 Years”