The Practice of Quietude

I am sure I came into this world with the heart knowledge that Nature teaches each of us a better way to live life. I have voiced many times Ancient civilizations taught how sacred the beauty of living based on changing moon cycles, seasons of the year, solstices, and equinoxes can inspire and motivate usContinue reading “The Practice of Quietude”

Change Is The Constant We Cannot Control

For most people change is the monster under the bed that is terrifying. No matter how hard we try to control our environment, our life, our world… change is inevitable. I believe we resist change because we have such a strong attachment to the familiar. Even when we know the familiar is not working, weContinue reading “Change Is The Constant We Cannot Control”

How Consistently Inconsistent We Can Be

I used to believe I needed help in determining which imperfect flaws of my personality I wanted to work on to walk closer to being the best version of myself. Then a light bulb came on! All I have to do is to be aware of those character flaws that bug me about others! YouContinue reading “How Consistently Inconsistent We Can Be”

Looking For Ideal Partner? : Start With YOU

So many of us think that our ideal mate is out there somewhere…if we could only find him/her. We do dating sites, meet up groups, social media, even re-visit former relationships! We think somehow, some way we will find that perfect someone who will be the Prince to our inner Cinderella ! We walk aroundContinue reading “Looking For Ideal Partner? : Start With YOU”

Reclaiming Our Personal Authority

More now than ever it is crucial we each identify and claim what our personal truths are. Carl Jung wrote: “ The most intense conflicts, if overcome leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed.” When we separate from our instinctual wisdom and inner guidance , is it not evidenceContinue reading “Reclaiming Our Personal Authority”

Pandemic : A Sea of Triggers Calling For Consistent Self Care

Survivors of narcissistic relationships, childhood trauma, dysfunctional partnerships or family of origin, controlling parents or bosses, participation in any past emotional or physical battles, and numerous other experiences may have discovered since the world changed bringing the increased stress of the yet to end Pandemic that past triggers have once again raised their insidious heads.Continue reading “Pandemic : A Sea of Triggers Calling For Consistent Self Care”