I hope you’re enjoying the fullness of summer – the fullness of light, warmth, flowers, sunsets over the water, and sweet watermelon in your belly.  A few years ago a friend turned me on to the Benedictine Nun and prolific writer Joan Chittister. Author of over 60 books and now in her 80s, she continues to travel the world giving

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My heart goes out to all those affected by the floods, fires and drought – humans and critters alike. May you be safe from harm, may you have food, water and shelter, and may Mother Nature’s warnings cause us all to change our ways with Her. Sacred One,Teach us love, compassion and honorThat we may

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I’m sending you a BIG HUG right now, with ALL of my heart. Life has changed radically in the last week with the virus pandemic and sometimes it’s more than our system can handle, and then we take a deep breath and carry on, one scary step at a time. We are survivors like that,

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Summer in Montana is a bit manic. We’re all trying to fit in everything we can outside in the short amount of time we have. I heard a great joke recently from my friend Kathleen when it snowed on summer solstice (seriously, it did): Two Montanan’s were talking and one said, “Gosh, I really love

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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 to start: First, the journey of 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

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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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