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How to Quell the Anxiety of “What If”….

There were paper dolls all over the floor of the back seat of the car I waited in after the accident. I was 5 years old and my family were on our way to a family vacation at a resort … Continue reading

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Vulnerability Breakthroughs Exposing Your Scars and Diamonds

 When you allow yourself to be vulnerable and let go of numbing agents like food, alcohol, the Internet etc. there is a side effect. Your tolerance for bullshit will go way down and surface wounds may be ripped open and … Continue reading

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Embracing Your Gifts – “Woo Woo” and All

  It doesn’t just roll off the tongue. For nearly 20 years the cornerstone of the work I do has been a challenge to describe in a 30 second elevator speech…an answer when someone asks the ubiquitous question, “What do … Continue reading

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Prayer for Oneness

I wrote this Prayer for Oneness many years ago. It was inspired by observing a group of people who were fearful of anyone who did not believe as they did. While I was teaching a workshop this weekend, I shared … Continue reading

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Building Your Unique Cocoon for Transformation

In my office I have a special guest. When it first arrived, it was yellow with black spikes. It is a caterpillar my daughter found in the yard and put into an indoor butterfly habitat filled with fresh leaves and … Continue reading

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Are You a Dream Crusher?

I strategically picked out a spot at my daughter’s swim team practice. It was at the end of a long bench that allowed for optimal back support, unobstructed views of practice, and was isolated enough that I could read a … Continue reading

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Why Not Be The Voice in the Room?

“What’s right isn’t always popular. What’s popular isn’t always right. ~ Howard Cosell It was seventh grade and he was the most popular teacher at our school. There was overcrowding in my grade; we had 6 seventh grade classes. Over … Continue reading

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