There is only one answer. Yes. Life is huge for each one of us; we walk daily into terrain that is filled with question marks. We work to arrange predictable because there is an innate desire to contain how much unpredictable creeps in. There is no way to stop it, contain it, or shift it.
There are an endless array of things that take place within a single day for us. Boil it down further and dissect it and the truth is that things shift within a glance, a beat of our heart, a thought. We often proclaim that we don’t like change but the fact is that we experience
Everybody has their pain. what’s yours? Nothing? Something? Are you looking at it or are you looking away from it? What you hold as your perspective and how you interact with it in your mind is the story of how your life will turn out. This is a big deal for each one of us
It is a reality that each one of us needs to take a healing journey at some point in our life. In fact, it is my experience that we need to take them frequently. We ought to begin as children and continue onward into our triple digit years. A healing journey is something I have
There is a New Age practice called earthing; I laughed when I heard someone describe it to me. My response, when asked if I was familiar with it, was — yes, I have been walking barefoot on the dirt, grass, sand, and moss of the land all of my life. I was thrilled to know
None of us can afford to tell a lie, a falsehood, create a story that is simply not true, or participate in what is counter to our goodness–it causes a sickness inside of our soul that makes it difficult to make peace within our own skin. We need complete alignment within our being if we are
The work I do as a doctor of psychology has sometimes made me question my faith in God. This is not to claim that I question my own investment in our Creator, but rather prompts me to wonder if I am doing what is intended in terms of goodness and being on the right track.
Even when we get on top of our game and feel the goodness of who we are, it is a challenge to retain that energy, focus and commitment. Life is an ebb and flow of feeling happy and then sad, giving and then selfish, full and then empty. In our most authentic inner voice, we
There are days when I open my eyes and feel an ache in my gut that takes my breath before I can even express my gratitude for the day. This is the feeling of grief that comes from the experience of sadness. We each take turns with this experience, for one reason or another. To