Distinguishing Boundaries from ‘Closure’

Distinguishing Boundaries from ‘Closure’

One of our natural habits as people is that we can very quickly close down or shut other people out when we are afraid. These closures can often look like boundaries, or even be presented as if they are boundaries, but there is an important difference between a...
The Connection Between Pleasure & Success

The Connection Between Pleasure & Success

There is an inherent connection between our capacity to feel pleasure and achieving success. While it looks different for everyone, at its core, I define success as the act of living the life that we want to live. Pleasure can be harder to define – here I want...
Three Words That Will Change Your Life

Three Words That Will Change Your Life

Most of us are accustomed to feeling like it’s a bad thing when we don’t know something. We don’t  like not having answers, and being  in a place of uncertainty can be scary. This blog is for those of you who have trouble with boundaries, struggle with saying no, or...
Calling in a Partner

Calling in a Partner

One of the questions I received recently asked whether I have practices, tools or thoughts regarding “calling in a partner” or  “calling in a man”. I don’t personally relate to this practice as I have never gone through any process I would define as ‘calling in a...
Why We Are Afraid of Our Own Power

Why We Are Afraid of Our Own Power

Many women I work with are afraid of their own power. They “play small” and limit themselves in order to satisfy other people; they’re afraid of being too much, or too powerful for the people around them. When we do this, we make our power about the other person—as...
Take the First Step, and Watch the Universe Conspire

Take the First Step, and Watch the Universe Conspire

Most humans are creatures of habit. We find what ‘works’ (or, at least, what we can live with), and then stick to it – until we can’t any longer.  Most of the time we avoid voluntary change; the kind of change that takes our conscious intention and attention,...

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