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Igniting connection

On: February 25th, 2016 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Remember the comic strip about Charlie Brown?  The lovable, awkward kid who was forever hopeful, and kept on going with life no matter what? How about Lucy van Pelt, remember her?  The crabby, bossy girl in the Peanuts gang, who was keen on handing out her 5 cent psychiatrist’s advice to whoever would listen. When Lucy and […]


Do you trust yourself?

On: January 14th, 2016 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Trust.  It’s a big word. A big word that can have a big impact on the quality of our life and on our relationship to our self and to others. But what does it mean?  In relationship, it implies having faith in another.  That they are who they say they are and will do what […]


Power: Nine insights to take it back

On: November 5th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Power, the ability to act or do something effectively, comes in a number of different forms. For example, to empower is to give power to, like empowering a friend to get a new job through encouragement and practical support. On the other hand, to disempower, means to take power away, like undermining our friend’s ability to get that new job, […]


5 things to do when we feel too little

On: October 21st, 2015 at 5:06 am | Number of Comments » 0

There are those of us who feel too much.  And then there are those of us who feel too little. When we feel too little after a traumatic event, we can look cool as a cucumber to the outside world, yet feel flat as a pancake on the inside.  We don’t just disconnect from our self and go to a […]


7 ways to transform troubling feelings

On: October 8th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

When we’re struggling with the effects of traumatic stress, we can really feel challenged by our feelings. We can either feel too much when memories start unexpectedly arising, or we can feel too little, by numbing out or hiding out deep inside our mind. Whichever it is, it’s our body’s way of coping.  Coping helps us to survive. There are a couple ways […]


3 forgotten principles

On: September 24th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Our magnificent body can feel like a battle zone.  Caught in the cross hairs of inner conflict, the body can experience dueling messages about how to be. Messages like wanting to feel good, but getting fed junk, wanting to look good, but being deprived of exercise (or getting way more exercise than it needs).  Wanting to feel energized but  getting pushed beyond its limits. […]


The forgotten treasure

On: September 9th, 2015 at 6:37 am | Number of Comments » 0

The body’s need to rest and rejuvenate its vital energies is too often forgotten. In our active, stress filled world, we can push ourselves to ‘go-go-go’ or to ‘get it done’, sometimes at the expense of our body. We can push ourselves well beyond that place inside where we instinctively know how far is too […]


Getting unstuck Part II

On: August 13th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

The unconscious mind sends in resistance to meet us at the threshold of change. It’s not there to block us. It’s there so we can face that something from our past that’s mirroring the reasons why we can’t move forward. Once we take the time to pay attention to resistance, it begins to loose its […]


Honesty is such a lonely word

On: July 30th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

“Honesty, it’s such a lonely word. Everyone is so untrue.” So goes the popular late ’70’s lyric by singer songwriter Billy Joel. Consider for a moment how much of the ‘untrue’ we all live with in our society? How much of what we hear are lies, how many layers of deception envelop our everyday experience? […]


How to rest and renew when you’re exhausted

On: July 16th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

The body’s need to rest, restore and rejuvenate during our waking hours is too often forgotten. We expect our bodies and minds to go-go-go, and oftentimes on insufficient fuel with poor nutritional value. We can push ourselves to ‘get it done’ and go beyond our own edge to do so, even when we know how far […]