Let’s turn this old story on its head and find a reason to celebrate.
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”
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”
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”
To the women in prison, I don’t know you. I don’t know your story or how you got here. And yet a part of me feels I know you already. My sense is it went down something like this: Something was taken from you. Violated, controlled, pushed into a corner, neglected, and/or abused, your senseContinue reading “A letter to the women in prison”
I am feeling deeply for all those who are saying, “I can’t.” I can’t tolerate this relationship anymore, I can’t fix this, I can’t accept the way things are being done, I can’t. I can’t is your ‘No’. Finding the courage to hear your own boundary is a huge win. It’s a place that soContinue reading “One way to tell if your ‘No’ is your fear or your Truth”
I’m tired of wearing hats that aren’t mine to wear. Like accountant, immigration lawyer, marketing guru, social media genius, SEO pro, management consultant. They are sexy, intriguing titles, but they aren’t me. In my 20’s my job required me to have a certain level of expertise when it came to taxes and immigration for USContinue reading “Cutting myself some slack”