Go for it

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Go for it! This is the message that I keep hearing. As many of you know, I have been working on the Voyage to HEAL for many years. The Inner Guide to Stretching was created over 9 years ago. Then … Read More

Billions of years old

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So we definitely are all connected and what we do now will last for billions of years to come. This not only pertains to the environment but also how we treat each other. Our DNA will transfer the experiences that … Read More

Are we connected

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We all really are connected. Even the elements inside of us and nature are connected. Why does this matter? Let’s start at the “we are all made of the same elements” part. This year, I have had the amazing opportunity … Read More

Inner Credit

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Have you ever heard of Mary Anning? Not many people have because during her lifetime in the early 1800s, women were not given credit for scientific discoveries because this was a field dominated by men. Mary Anning discovered the first … Read More

Don’t slow me down

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Don’t slow me down. Whatever happens, I will keep going, but what is the universe trying to tell me? So last week was a mess. It seemed like nothing was going as planned and I constantly had to adapt plans. … Read More

Making it look easy

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Do you have the ability to make things look really easy because you are so good at what you do? Arnold Palmer made golf look easy. Scott Hamilton made figure skating look easy. Itzhak Perlman made playing the violin look … Read More

I have hope

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I have hope in tomorrow that I will learn from my mistakes of yesterday. I have hope that I have learned my lesson to honor and love myself so I may roam this earth as a free spirit. But what … Read More

I had COVID

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Life happens, but sometimes we are left feeling shame and guilt from these events or the choices we have made. So, back in October my family and I got COVID. The psychological effect of having to tell people that I … Read More

Are you rushing into this?

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Forced pursuits never turn out as you want. When force is used to obtain something, the destination turns into a struggle. I believe this is because force is like damning a river. What is upstream suffers and what is downstream … Read More

Is this enough?

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Living in lack is never thinking you have or are enough. The snowstorm was coming. The virus was going to lock us all in our homes and we would not be able to leave. Once again, the grocery shelves became … Read More

I choose love

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Above all, I choose love. More than proving my point, more than being right, more than anything, I choose love. This past week, I was put into a situation in which I felt my opinion was asked knowing that the … Read More

Do you have it?

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Self-confidence. With self-confidence, you can do anything. Self-love is another way of saying self-confidence. When you love yourself, you believe in yourself, but how do you get the self-confidence to feel like you can do anything? Why are some people … Read More

Victorious Defenselessness

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One of my friends once said the best way to win a fight is not to get into one. Remember that.  Communication is just about as challenging as ever with the advancements of technology. Sending emails, text messages, and personal … Read More

Time in the darkness

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Spending time in the darkness can be more healing than we think. A few weeks ago, I gave an assignment to journal in the dark and then again in the light. Emotions are different in the dark. Some of us … Read More

The truth about the best

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When someone else wins a competition or gets praised for being really good at something and you don’t, does that mean that you aren’t that good? This thought came to mind as I constantly praise my children. I tell my … Read More

The Ghost of Years Past

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Have you ever considered what you carry with you from year to year? How heavy is your suitcase of memories? As I was meditating the other day a message came to me very strong and clear. You can’t punish someone … Read More

Rejoice in what?

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May your spirit rejoice in the coming of the Lord and the coming of 2021! My human body has had a rough 2020. As the pandemic began, I lacked an appetite, experienced great sadness, but was still motivated to pull … Read More

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