Physical Symptoms of Stress

June 9, 2021

Your Body may be trying to tell you something With the push of a button, I would be rolled into the MRI machine so the doctors could “see” why I was having difficulty breathing.  Six months into a marriage that should not have happened (which I realized later), in a new country (I moved to…

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7 Spiritual Practices

October 29, 2020

Now is the time to pull all the Spiritual knowledge together and put it to practice. We are all somehow waiting for the outcome of many things to determine our fate. (On a lighter note, I came across this post on FB:  “No matter what happens in the elections, everything in your life will still…

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What We Judge; We Don’t Forgive

October 29, 2019

What is Judgment? Judgment is connecting the value of an individual to what they do, how they look, the political opinions they hold, that social and financial status, to their race and ethnic background and to their lifestyle and habits. For example, bad habits mean bad people.  Bad things can happen to any of us;…

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Why Group Coaching

October 15, 2019

One of the very powerful moment that created a big shift for our Meditation retreat attendees was witnessing each other being coached to find resolution for their questions. That really reaffirmed my belief as to the significance and importance of group support to our transformations and it’s what we are lacking in our lives. Isolated…

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Anger – the Most Useful Emotion

August 27, 2019

What?  How can you say that?  The world right now is swirling in anger. We don’t need more of it. It isn’t fun or easy to feel anger; it is much easier to suppress it, rationalize it, put a nice little bow on it and just focus on the good stuff.  ( Sometimes it is…

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Alcohol: Do we drink up to fit in OR?

August 19, 2019

This came up at my recent book Talk at the Milord Public Library. If you attended, I thank you for being there and would like to elaborate on this topic for you and for others. We were talking about alcohol and the question was, “How do we fit in?” To which my answer was, “We…

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How to Find Your Way our of Suffering

October 19, 2018

 Go Inward We want something because we believe that getting it will end our suffering.  We want others to be the way that brings love into our lives, we want the weather to be just so, we want our day to go a certain way, we want someone to apologize, or we want the past…

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Healing your Relationship with Food

October 15, 2018

In working with clients in my clinical practice, I’ve realized two things. First, that in trying to keep up with the newest miracle food or diet, people are often missing out on enjoying their food. And, second, that the overflow of information about food that people are facing is actually getting in the way of…

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My 5 Insights on Chakras and Meditations

March 12, 2018

One thing is clear!  No matter how much you think you know, there is always more!  This is what I have been intrigued with lately and working with. One of the obstacles or “lack of clarity”  in any area of our life is because this stuff is very subtle yet the discovery can be no…

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Meditation Misconceptions

December 10, 2015

As widespread as the practice of meditation is becoming, it still remains a mystery for many of us.  As I pondered upon the resistance that many of us have regarding meditation, it dawned on my that more than the fear of the unknown, there is a mental block due to many misconceptions about meditation.  Here…

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