"Most people struggle to some degree through the major milestones in life -- kindergarten, adolescence, graduating from high school and going away to college, graduating from college, starting a career, getting married, having a baby, buying a house. Those who are more sensitive, because they're acutely aware of the fleeting and ephemeral nature of life… Continue reading Transitions, grief and the wisdom of anxiety
At 11 years old, I wrote a letter to President Bill Clinton... about why he vetoed a bill that would ban partial birth abortion. Unfortunately I do not have a copy of the letter I wrote to him, but have his response: I had no idea about being a woman or the situation a woman… Continue reading How my life and belief changed as I became an awakened woman
If you read my blog post, How my life and belief changed as I became an awakened woman, thank you. 1.) When you feel yourself tense or angry about a situation, ask yourself: What is this really about? What is it about this situation that makes me so angry? "I am never upset for the… Continue reading 3 Ways to Go Inwards to Help Change the World
I am cleaning my dining room table, removing a reindeer antler headband that has been sitting there for weeks. My 2-year-old fell asleep for a nap, on her own, in her new toddler bed, for the first time. Precious. A sense of accomplishment and "all is right with the world" washes over me. I actually… Continue reading Freedom + Go for it
A shadow worker is one who participates in the work done to uncover the shadow. The shadow is the part of ourselves that we have disconnected from. Why the shadow is important It holds our healing. By healing, I mean our wholeness. When we feel whole, we feel love. When we feel whole, we have more… Continue reading What is a Shadow Worker?