If you’re anything like me, you have your share of struggles in knowing is it the right decision to do….? Or is it not….? What if xyz happens if I don’t do it? What if it does? The mind gets soooo wrapped up in itself with fear it can be hard to see straight much

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When I work with clients, one of the first things we talk about is daily habits.  One of those habits is bedtime and morning routines, and even in more detail, about cell phone use during that time. I recommend to folks to stay off technology 30 minutes before going to bed and 30 minutes after waking (at least). Why? Because

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There are two things I want to say start: First, the journey of healing my body was one of the greatest challenges AND greatest gifts of my life. Second, there are 3 key pieces that helped me throughout the journey – utilizing the power of my mind and heart, determination, and listening to and trusting

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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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