Self Sabotage

My guy took me on a date last night. We went to see a one-man play that I was just so excited to experience! I love live theater, but it’s not something that my sweetie has a lot of experience with, so he was just kind of along for the ride. Now, I have this ongoing story around my own …

Grief

Grief. It’s one of the two most fundamental emotional processes that bridge the human experience with the Divine experience. The other being love. It is only through grief that we come to deeply understand our connection to each other, to the whole. But only if we are willing to actually grieve. When I was 12, my dad died. Suddenly. Without …

Acceptance

“Acceptance” stands front and center today. At attention. Waiting for orders. Because that’s the only time we can make any real, lasting, truly beneficial change for ourselves, is when we look at our situation, our relationships, our circumstances, and accept what is completely. Anything else is running away, and running into the same circumstance in a new package. Often, not …

Order of the day: vulnerability

Vulnerability. That’s the stuff of the day. More specifically, when and how we show up in our vulnerability So, I’m a fan of vulnerability. I haven’t always been, but now, I can safely say, I like it, I believe in its power, and I usually advise people to be more vulnerable. But there is also time when vulnerability is just …

The Different Ways We Connect with Spirit

There are countless ways by which we can connect with Divine Spirit, but I have found that people tend to be comfortable in one of three “buckets” – through our physical world, through our body and emotions, and conversationally. Spirit connects with us through our environment with meaningful signs, synchronicities and symbols.  It’s seeing a bumper sticker with a tacky …

Something about Resistance

#SpiritDownload! Love these… Happiness is on the other side of suffering. Or, more accurately, the acceptance of suffering. Yes, you are meant to live blissfully, happily, divinely drunk. But you don’t jump straight to it. You get to it by walking through your pain. That means feeling all of it. Not resisting. Feeling. And at the bottom of that pain …