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Never underestimate the power of meeting someone on their level.

Never underestimate the power of meeting someone on their level.

  • May 24, 2022
  • Abundance and Gratitude

After I decided to end my marriage back in late summer of 2009, I went through a deep deep depression. Even though I was only married for a brief period out of our entire six year relationship, it was the hardest time of my life. During our relationship I had ...

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Trusting Your Imagination

  • Apr 18, 2022
  • Encouragement, Self Discovery

In my decades of practicing meditation and participating in shamanic journeys, learning to trust my imagination has been one of the greatest discoveries I have made. While taking on the process of learning new methods of inner reflection, there inevitability seems to be a moment where you can’t help but ...

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The Rooms in My Head Part 2:

  • Mar 22, 2022
  • Abundance and Gratitude, Self Discovery, Mental Health

It’s time for some fun! If you read Part 1 about the room in my head where I go when I need deep healing and relaxation. You’ll remember that, while that room was made to be the perfect mental health mini-vacay, it also came with structured rules and can feel ...

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The Rooms In My Head – Part 1

  • Feb 15, 2022
  • Encouragement, Self Discovery, Mental Health

Picture it, a luxurious tropical hideaway set on top a cliff top overlooking the shimmering blueness of the Caribbean Ocean. A pristine sanctuary that no one knows about but you. Tall thin palm trees sway gently in the warm afternoon breeze. From outside, soft happy chirps can be heard blending ...

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Are Only A Select Few Chosen To Be Healers?

  • Jan 15, 2022
  • Encouragement, Self Discovery

I can sum it up in three words: No way Jose! From my journey I have come to know that we are ALL healers. Every single last one of us. You’re a healer, I’m a healer, your grandma is a healer, your dog is a healer, and yes, even “Karens” ...

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