As I evolve, truth evolves. As truth evolves, I evolve.
Many years ago when I was Muslim I spent my days praying at least five times a day. While the daily prayer requirement was five I often felt inspired to do more.
We need to talk. I've been in a lot of conversations with clients, potential clients, and some of you by e-mail lately about the same challenge...perfection.
Healing at a cellular level is possible…and it happened to me.
I recently received miraculous news. My gynecologist she told me that for the first time since age 11, she saw no signs of endometriosis and ovarian cysts in either of my two wombs or ovaries…
Let's talk about boundaries
The No. 1 thing that sensitive souls need to create right now in their life to thrive is healthy boundaries.
Healthy relationships with ourselves and with others are built on the shoulders of the reparenting, re-partnering, and re-friending nature of inner child work.
Are you sure you are adulting? You might be surprised...
I would say many of us are not at times. Unaware, we sometimes walk around as children interacting with the world pretending to be adults. Like a game of dress up. Except, as kids we know we are playing a game and as adults, we’ve forgotten.
And now a real story about walking the path of personal and spiritual development...
Is this how it's supposed to be? It can't be how it's supposed to be. Not after THAT. This inner dialogue is familiar these days. To say I've been both surprised and not surprised by how it's been to be back from retreat is an understatement.
I wasn't planning to ask him a question. It was the end of day one of a two day meditation retreat with Anam Thubten and people started lining up to ask him their personal questions. "If you want to ask him a practice question, now is the time," urged the woman next to me. She had been part of the community for years. I clearly looked hesitant. "Don't be shy, this is your chance." Ok Universe. I hear you. I said to myself. It's always like that. I'm stubborn, and the Universe keeps nudging me along until it's blatantly apparent and then I give up on digging in my heels and walk.