News Flash

  Dear Ones: This is a public service announcement: You Are Enough. Exactly as you are right here and right now. There is nothing broken about you. Nothing to fix. That’s just a story we tell ourselves. It helps explain why things don’t always go the way we want. You Belong. Because you’re here. It’s no more complicated than that. Belonging is not about what you do or which group you are part of. We don’t question whether a tree or a hummingbird belongs. We accept their presence as a gift of life. You are a gift of life. So is your presence. Belonging is an inside job. It’s about allowing ourselves to be enough and to take up space. Belonging is a choice  one that we make over and over again. A choice to claim your place in the great circle of life to step into your own sovereignty as the whole and worthy being you are. I recently gave a Sac Soul Talk about my own journey to belonging. Straight from my heart to yours, this is a short, honest conversation about belonging and the dark night of the soul I traveled through following the head injury I sustained in 2011. You can watch it here: The Power of Choice Remembering the truth of who we are is a practice. How do you practice remembering the truth of who you are? Let’s share our ReSources. Leave a comment below....

What Questions are you asking?

Dear one, Asking questions is like switching on our creativity and allowing ourselves to become explorers. It shifts how our brains function. That’s why two of the most powerful words I use are “What if….?” Some people ask that question from the perspective of a victim, not a creative. In that case, it seems to me they are really saying “if only…”These are really different. Which one reflects you today? When we ask “what if?” we are inviting ourselves to IMAGINE something different. The answer doesn’t always come right away or in the way we expect it. So after you ask the question, it’s important to PAY ATTENTION. Sometimes the answer comes in nature, or in a passing comment. Sometimes it comes like a bolt of lighting and suddenly you simply know. If we remain open to ALL that life holds, we’re often surprised by what happens. What questions are you asking today? Here are mine: How does it get any better than this? What else is possible? With love,...

Time to Jump Scared!

I am thrilled – and quaking in my boots lol – to share my latest venture with you.  While I have been trying for weeks to find the right words, after watching the way all the women spoke out during the Golden Globes, I knew it was time! No more excuses. No more allowing fear to stop me. Time to JUMP SCARED! The venture is called EMERGENCE. It’s a 9-month journey of awakening and empowerment for heart-centered women who are ready to unlock the wisdom of their own hearts and begin living the life they long for. If you are in transition – navigating divorce, job loss, empty nest or other major life event – this program will help you find the answers you need. You have them. They are inside your own heart. The key is to learn how to listen and trust your intuition so you can speak your truth. “Speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we have.” Oprah Oprah nailed it during her Golden Globes speech. Speaking our truth is THE most powerful tool we have. But for many of us, especially those who have survived sexual assault and other forms of emotional or physical abuse, it can be impossibly scary to do. Here’s what I know for sure: When we find the courage to listen to the wisdom of our own heart and speak our own truth, EVERYTHING CHANGES. Twenty-five years ago, I was caught in a marriage that was sucking the life out of me. I knew that something had to change. A survivor of multiple sexual assaults starting at age 11,...

Happy Holiday Tips #2

As you likely know by now, my mission is to help us all learn how to listen, speak and act from the wisdom of our own hearts.  Since life constantly reminds me that speaking my truth is often easier said than done, I’ve accepted that this approach is a lifelong PRACTICE.   I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that speaking my truth is often hardest when I am surrounded by family (go figure). And since this is the season for family, I am getting lots of practice.  Most recently I’ve been struggling with how to speak my truth when it’s socially awkward or risky to do so. Don’t get me wrong here. If someone harasses or assaults me, my days of remaining silent are long gone. What I’m talking about here are the lesser “evils” that we all have dealt with at some point.   I suspect many of you can relate. Someone at a family gathering says or does something rude or hurtful. What do we do? Speak up? Remain silent?   Speaking up for ourselves may go against the grain of family expectations. No one wants a kerfuffle. Especially during the holidays.  So the response is often one of tolerance for the sake of peace.  “You know they didn’t mean anything by it. Why don’t you just chill.” When we choose to speak up, though, we are choosing to set a personal boundary. Saying out loud: “Your behavior is not ok with me.” Does that make you quiver in your boots?   Even writing about it is hard for me. Silence was the rule in...

My Little Blue Pill – Guide to Holiday Happiness!

Last night I lost my sleeping pill. Somewhere between the family room and the kitchen, it fell off my tray and disappeared. A tiny little pill. With powerful results. Two very curious kittens. Potentially lethal results. Unlike prior times, I didn’t start beating myself up for not noticing when that little thing went missing. I didn’t curse myself for changing my routine and placing my pills on the tray instead of in my hand. Instead, I got to work to find it. I slowly walked my path a few times, doing my best to “soften” my eyes and really look at where I was walking. This often does the trick when things disappear. Not this time. So I got closer to the ground and did that sweep again. Nada. I was reluctant to bring out the vacuum cleaner – those little pills are valuable. 🙂 I knew it was there. I just couldn’t see it. “Aha!” I thought. “This is why the NCIS agents use those bright flashlights when they’re looking for evidence.” So I got my NCIS-type flashlight, turned out the lights and started to slowly scan the floor. And there it was. My little blue pill on the blue stripe of the rug on the kitchen floor. SCORE! Kitty disaster averted. Pill not wasted. And… what a great metaphor. Turning out the lights allowed me to focus at the end of the light-beam and not get distracted by the rest. This was the gift of my lost pill. I found it when I chose only to focus on what matters. What a great piece of everyday wisdom. Focus on what matters....

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