Posts Tagged as: wisdom

7 books that could deepen how you create

Summertime is my time to create. I see fewer clients, travel less, and reduce my speaking gigs. I spend more time communing with nature and connecting with my soul-family. This summer, my creative spirit has been devoted to writing a book. Today, I’m writing to you from a place my heart will always call home….

forgiveness — nine ways

Hurt, betrayal, disappointment, abuse, humiliation, criticism. At times, this adventure called life can be a rough one. If we are unable to move into a space of healing with these experiences they often fester into resentment, self-loathing, dissociation, revenge & numbing {my drug of choice in the past was Ben & Jerry’s}. Forgiveness is a…

what to do when you hit rock bottom

When we reach rock bottom, and for those in mid-fall, there is always a bottom, there is a quest waiting. It’s a quest to find the truth of your life. It begins with asking, what do I want? Rock bottom was the solid foundation from which I built my life. ~ J.K. Rowling When diving…

everyone has an addiction — what’s yours?

Everyone I know {myself included} has an addiction. Not a chemical or clinical addiction – an addictive coping strategy. Any reflexive response to stress, anxiety, uncertainty, or emotional pain is an addiction. –      Zoning out with T.V. –      Taking the edge off with a glass of wine {or a bottle} –      Mindless eating –      Getting…

dealing with overwhelm in a healthy way

If we feel overwhelmed by life as an adult, or felt powerless as a child, three reflexive responses typically surface. One, we avoid that which seems overwhelming. This can show up as denying, procrastinating, repressing, running & dissociating. Two, we control what which seems overwhelming. This can show up as manipulation, abuse of others, seeking…

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