I remember it was months before my 40th Birthday when I overheard my then husband talk to a friend in Mt Shasta. “I” wanted to celebrate big. I realized they were talking about summiting Mt Shasta exactly the night before my special day. Continue reading Changing Beliefs Can Move Mountains
There was a moment of awe and sweetness inside of me.
And the realisation that at one piont I made a conscious choice to find my trust again.
Continue reading The Power Of Trust
I wish I could tell you that you will be spared deep emotional experiences when you go through a Natural Disaster. It is literally ‘mind-blowing’ when your home, environment, friends, animals, nature is swept up by fire, water, air or earth.
Continue reading How To Handle Depression After a Natural Disaster
Some time ago I sat at a lake, it was around Thanksgiving Time. I suddenly started to connect to all my difficult, challenging and even life-threatening experiences. One by one, in my inner eye, they would show up. There was no heavy, sad or angry energy, in fact I was flooded with so much gratitude.
Continue reading I Am Grateful For All Experiences
everyone knows this place. Feeling empty. Most of our lives we keep moving, walking, doing, filling ourselves with busyness to avoid the ‘Void’. It’s too big and it’s scary.
Continue reading I Welcome This Emptyness vs I Don’t Know Anything Right Now
In the year 2000 I entered a phase in my life that is called ‘the Dark Night of the Soul.’ I experienced huge changes. Basically every identity I ever chose or believed in was challenged and removed from my life.
Continue reading From Sorrow To Joy
“The only way out is through,” my LA holistic chiropractor Eileen said to me with great compassion many years ago.
I am a tough nut. I signed up for a 17 year long Dark Night of the Soul.
Continue reading The Only Way OUT is THROUGH
When you experience loss, your ability to handle the ebb and flow of your emotions is critical for your well-being. For those of you who went through the magnitude of a natural disaster, it’s huge. I mean it, it’s huge.
Continue reading Honor the Hard Days
It is so easy to get stuck in difficult situations, especially if they involve loss and letting go. When we are overwhelmed, we often become unaware. We say things from a place of being unconscious.
How often have you heard somebody say: “This happened to me…”
Continue reading This is happening FOR me
When we experience a situation that takes us to the edge because it is so new, so tragic, so traumatic, so big – it is easy to loose yourself in depression.
When you loose your home, everything you knew is gone.
Continue reading Everything Is Falling Into Place VERSUS Falling Apart