Some of you may wonder where I’ve been.
I haven’t written here (or anywhere else for that matter) since November of 2018.
I’ve been walking through the dark night of the soul. I’ve been tending to my mother after her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s. I’ve been saving my life. I was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes in January. … More Sacred Selfishness: Where Have I Been?
I’ve believed I am not enough.
But here’s the thing: it’s not true.
It’s a lie. It’s a fabrication. It’s a fallacy. It’s a big hoax.
It’s propaganda of the worst sort.
We are enough. We always were. We always will be. … More Becoming Bulletproof
Don’t talk about what worries or frightens you. Talk about wonder and starlight and pie. … More Becoming the People We’ve Been Waiting For
Hail our blessed bodies. They are the keepers of our souls. … More Hail This Blessed Body
Let Yourself Off the Hook. It’s OK to unplug and disengage from the news of the day, from the horror, genocide, war, poverty and sickness that seem to be everywhere. We aren’t terrible people if we need to sit and look at the sky, silently counting clouds, feeling the wind as it shifts. We aren’t … More A Gratitude Prayer
“Half of the troubles of this life can be traced to saying yes too quickly and not saying no soon enough.” ~ Josh Billings Just say no, and mean it. You won’t ever really say yes to those things, people, and experiences you want in life, if you do not learn to say no to those … More Just Say No
Yesterday, I lived bewildered in illusion. But now I am awake, flawless and serene, Beyond the world. From my light the body and the world arise. So all things are mine, or nothing is. Now I have given up the body and the world, I have a special gift. I see the infinite Self. ~ From the Ashtavakra … More Self-Care: The Vessels of Our Spirits
As human beings, we need rest. We need down time to care for our weary bodies and minds. We need peace and quiet to contemplate our spirituality and our place in the world. We cannot always be crashing like waves onto the shore; we also need to pull back, regroup, and reassess, prior to rushing forward again. … More New Beginnings