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Your Disaster Relief Plan

Your Disaster Relief Plan

If you’re above the age of… say of six, then chances are you are well versed in life’s ability to throw a swift curve ball at the worst possible moment. Perhaps you’ve discovered what I have: at times those curve balls oddly resemble cruise missiles. When something blows up in your life and compromises your work, your love, and your beautiful plans, it’s common to want to immediately go into disaster control. And while what I'm about to share may feel counter-intuitive, in many cases, it's the best thing you can do. Nothing. Doing nothing allows you time to process whatever emotions are coming. . . Read More >>
My Triumph Over Addiction: A Deeper Look at Why More is Never Enough

My Triumph Over Addiction: A Deeper Look at Why More is Never Enough

Food, work, the internet, caffeine, booze, exercise, shopping, lovers… most of us grapple with addiction in some way. Many commonly ascribe genetics to addiction, but my experience has shown me it’s actually a complex, spiritual condition stemming from unresolved emotional pain. Regardless if it’s pain that originated in childhood, or another lifetime, unresolved pain shows up on the physical plane as a voracious appetite for more. To constantly need something outside of ourselves to be OK is a very legitimate state of dis-ease. Addiction comes in many shades, and while I (maybe) didn’t look like a person who was suffering from. . . Read More >>
Are You Whole?

Are You Whole?

Due to a variety of planetary constructs - all rooted in origins of our patriarchal culture - we, women, are programmed from the day we are born to prioritize relationship as the most important aspect of our lives. Ask an honest man where loving relationship (not sex) ranks on his list of life imperatives, and you’ll probably find it mid-way down the list sandwiched conveniently between court-side seats at the Lakers game and a bachelor party in Vegas. As a child, I’d overhear hear my mother describe me as precocious, but I know I wasn’t the only 5 year old at Happy Valley Elementary who. . . Read More >>
Are You Ready For A Change?

Are You Ready For A Change?

Anyone who’s created a blog knows that it’s a bit of an adventure. One might even go so far as to say that publishing a blog - where I so openly share all of the illusions I’ve confronted and the spiritual truths I've uncovered - is a little insane. The reality is being so transparent isn’t always easy, but it’s worth it.  The transformation I’ve undergone is so dramatic; I feel compelled to share it with other women who are looking for information to evolve as well. For many years I unconsciously perpetuated the paradigm of female competition, I’d accepted as a. . . Read More >>