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It use to scare me, the silence. My first silent meditation retreat I felt like I was going to explode. My mind was so amped up, wanting to do, do, do (that was the first three days, then it began to calm down – thankfully!). Now I go into silence and feel completely at home.

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I walked out of the bathroom stall, my eyes red from a much needed, whole body and soul cry. It wasn’t a cry from pain, or loss, it was a cry of awe and wonder mixed in with fear, my body feeling shaken yet alive. Over the last year I had begun to have these

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I sat down next to Mary in the front row. I wanted to soak up as much as I could while attending a workshop with Caroline Myss (author, medical intuitive and modern day Mystic) and Dr. Jeffrey Rediger (professor at Harvard Medical School) on Mysticism, Miracles, and Medicine. Mary had a glow about her, a

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I’m just going to dive right in – the answers to life’s questions do not lie in your head, they are by¬†feeling your way along. Here’s what I mean: When you’re trying to “figure out” something, you’re in your head, the place where fears and beliefs hang out. Those fears and beliefs are going to

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I was reading Caroline Myss’s book Anatomy of the Spirit when I came across a story she told that moved me to tears. Caroline told the story of a a Native American man during World War 1 who had had a rough time growing up, becoming an alcoholic at a young age. He eventually enrolled

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My first experience of the liminal space was when I told my partner 15 years ago that he wasn’t right for me and he walked out the door. The rock in my gut told me I was in the liminal space. Liminal comes from the latin word “limens,” which means “threshold.” We’re literally on a

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I can honestly say that being able to hear my intuition is one of the greatest gifts of my life. It wasn’t always that way. The anxiety I had was absolutely debilitating for a time and caused me to question “why bother living?” But it was trying to tell me something. That I was going

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Here’s a truth about me: I’m a conflict avoider. Through and through. Since I was a little kid, I’d run into the other room if I heard an argument. I wanted to put a big conflict avoidance bubble around me and make them all go away, but they still happened. And continue to happen. I

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