The Myth of Authenticity

The Myth of Authenticity

One of the biggest stumbling blocks for my clients as they step more and more fully into their authentic selves is figuring out what is actually authentic for them. I often hear them say things like: “It does *feel* authentic”, or “this doesn’t *feel* like me”, or...
Flowing with Fall: Letting Go and Saying No

Flowing with Fall: Letting Go and Saying No

This blog is part of a three blog series called ‘Flowing with Fall,” on witnessing nature move through fall, and allowing her to guide us along the way. Read part one here, and part two here. Fall taught me how to embrace and trust who I am in the moment,...
Indra’s Net

Indra’s Net

If I know one thing, it is this: we are all connected. We just are. That’s how this realm is made. Whatever I do, impacts you in some way – just as a spider gently touching one end of this web gently shakes the raindrops on the other side. Let go of...
Hot Water Is My Muse

Hot Water Is My Muse

Darn near every good idea I’ve ever had has come to me in the shower. Sometimes it’s a fully-formed creation of a program or event. Sometimes it’s just the *feeling* of something I want to create. Sometimes it’s a person I know I want to reach...
Because: death, but also: life.

Because: death, but also: life.

I had someone very dear to me die suddenly not too long ago. I still have moments when I see his picture and think he can’t *really* be dead. That just doesn’t make sense. This must all be an awful mistake… All of us who knew him – all we...
Feminine Integrity Doesn’t Exist

Feminine Integrity Doesn’t Exist

Feminine integrity doesn’t exist. Before you crucify me, let me explain. The way our society generally thinks of integrity is doing what we said we’d do. This is a masculine version of integrity (for a man or woman). If we’re truly inhabiting our feminine – man...
Flowing with Fall: Being in Transition

Flowing with Fall: Being in Transition

This is part one in a three-part series on witnessing nature move through fall, and allowing her to guide us along the way. Read part two here.  Fall is an inherently transitional season. Winter and summer have their own unique intensity, while fall and spring have a...
What Do You Want, Woman?

What Do You Want, Woman?

One of the questions I find women have the hardest time answering is: What do you want? This is also one of the most vital questions for a woman to know the answer for – for herself. In order to thrive. In order to be truly alive. Two main blocks I see &...
Women: How To Ask For What You Want

Women: How To Ask For What You Want

As far as I can tell, most humans – male or female – have a hard time vulnerably asking for what they want. However, as women, I see some specific challenges around accessing and expressing our desires. What I often hear from women are things like: ‘I’m...

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