COME HOME TO YOUR SOUL SELF

soul self

When the world knocks you about and you feel as though you’re living in a foreign land, come home to your soul self.  It is always there, waiting for you.  You will recognize it as the place inside of you that is safe, familiar, and always sane. We all have this place . … Continue reading

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR FEAR & ANGER POST ELECTION

Fear and Anger

Panic, fear and anger are very normal responses to what has taken place over the last week (and months). Many of us feel threatened and angered by all that is happening. We are in hyper-reactivity mode and our emotions have been propelling us forward. Everywhere people are saying and doing … Continue reading

HARVESTING WISDOM by Author Joan Rough

Harvesting Wisdom

I’m excited to introduce today’s Voices of Wisdom feature contributor Joan Z Rough.  I met Joan through her wonderful blog where she writes regularly about life and “harvesting wisdom”.  I was drawn to the honesty of her voice and our mutual struggle with PTSD. Her voice of wisdom is strong … Continue reading

An Opportunity for Change – Sometimes It Comes When We Least Expect It!

opportunity for change

Life delivers the opportunity for change and growth, often when we least expect it. Once-in-a-lifetime events are just such opportunities. When the pot is stirred by events such as graduations, weddings, job changes, loss or a move, it is not uncommon to lose one’s perspective. The weeks leading up to … Continue reading

Mask of Perception – When Things Aren’t What They Seem

the ask of perception

What We Think Is True May not be True – Our Mask of Perception may be shielding us from the truth. The other day I received a text from a friend. I read it through and responded. I was watching the news at the time, and not paying as close attention to the interaction … Continue reading

Manifest Me – One Year Later

I began this blog a little over a year ago. It’s hard for me to fathom how far a person can travel on the inner journey in such a short period of time. When going through change and upheaval it seems, at times, interminable. The thing I’ve noticed over the … Continue reading