It’s a sign! I’m sure of it. Well, maybe. Um, but what does it mean? How often have you had something “show up” in your life and you… Continue reading
Learning to access and to trust your inner guidance is the way to know your next steps.
Consider what is yours, and only yours: ~ to do, ~ to be, ~ to say, ~ to share. You… Continue reading
Some days it feels like change really is the only thing that is constant. It can be hard to hold onto a feeling of the truth inside of… Continue reading
Be the witness of your thoughts. ~ Buddha The one who sees thought as a thought is the witness to mind and no longer subject to suffering. ~Vivian… Continue reading
Have you ever gone blindly into a situation and proceeded “just because”? As you reflect on this, how did you feel? Were there characteristics you can acknowledge now… Continue reading
Have you been feeling like your life journey is taking you along the edge of a cliff? Like your next step could have you plunging into an abyss?… Continue reading
Have you been feeling overwhelmed by all of the choices you have to make? All of us have commitments, obligations and responsibilities. However, when you live your life… Continue reading
Whether you are aware of it or not, discernment is needed in every moment of life. To know which way to turn. To know what (and who) to… Continue reading
We do not have to live life in the dark. Each of us works with life using internal information. This internal information is used to navigate through… Continue reading
Making Change: To give a completely different form or appearance to; transform Opportunity: A set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something. My slogan this week… Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great to have an inner compass to relay on, something that could show you when you need to change direction? And when you should stay… Continue reading
I was driving through Washington, D.C. last week very early in the morning and noticed that my body was so tight in anticipation of driving in traffic. My… Continue reading
What if storms like “Sandy” are designed to show us what is needed in our lives?