Two years ago I did an ancestral meditation and a womb healing with a Shaman. The image below reminds me of the womb meditation because I learned that when a baby is born… Continue reading
We are often defined by what we do, not who we are.
I am a few hours away from what I call the year of you. This journey I am about to embark on has officially been nine months in the making, unofficially four years… Continue reading
It’s Monday! By the time you read this I will be wrapping up a 4 day silent meditation at Joshua Tree. Yes, that is right I am currently at a 4 day silent… Continue reading
Somewhere within in me is a fear to speak at this time. A lot of wounds have been open this year at a very large public scale in both our country and the… Continue reading
I knew where I stood on this subject for myself, but through this process it changed.
“How do you feel the best about you?”
I’ve grown so accustomed to living alone, that I overlooked this…
“Give yourself a real shot at a good marriage, because once you are in marriage, it’s a whole new ball game. “
In September of 2016, I decided to remain optimistic about marriage. I realized I was ready for marriage, in February of that year. Shortly after that realization friends and strangers, on their own, told… Continue reading
“It seems like you were on the train.” I told the woman with tired, worn eyes. “On the train?” She asked in a confused tone. In the moments leading up to what she… Continue reading
By chance and by choice, I found myself among large communities of women, in 2016. As I followed my curiosity to events, groups and organizations, I gained skills that deepened my spirituality, tools that assisted… Continue reading
I am currently meditating on marriage. Last year I realized I was ready for marriage and what came next was a surprising universal counter argument to re-think that desire. Now, I am trying to make… Continue reading
I’m currently in a month long meditation on Marriage. I was ecstatic to realize, in February 2016, I worked through common fear most people have around marriage. What perplexed me was having that realization as… Continue reading