Posts in category "Parenting"

New Clarity on My Work as a Soul Nurturer—My Insides Churning with Excitement

First of all, it is still so strange to me that I now blog about my inner shifts, heart’s desires and soul truths that used to remain hidden away in my own personal journals. I honestly cannot thank enough those who cross my path in a myriad of ways for allowing, encouraging and inviting me... Read more »

Baseball, A Broken Wrist, and 10 Things to Consider

As they say, timing is everything. And, as they say in certain sports, it’s all in the wrist… My twelve year old son broke his wrist last weekend at a hoops tournament, four weeks almost to the minute of his dream to play baseball with his travel team for a six day extravaganza at Cooperstown,... Read more »

Jason Collins's Announcement: Family Discussion Gold

After school yesterday, by chance, my husband was home due to a late game rather than an after-school practice. With the windows open and a lovely breeze blowing through the house, we both sat on the couch and watched sports coverage with our twelve year old son. Like many a boy his age, he is... Read more »
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Senator Rob Portman, Mother Bear and The BIG Love

So much in the news today makes me reflect upon the difference between the Big Love and the Little Love. Yes, love is love, AND YET, for most of us our love tends to be more of the Little Love variety that remains limited to a select few. As we move along the path of... Read more »

The Many Sides of ME

Nothing is exciting me more right now, personally or professionally, than the conscious blending of the profane and the profound, the sacrilegious and the sacred, the blasphemous and the spiritual, the human and the soul. I mean, I am turned on, really turned on, by the recent realization—intellectually I’ve understood it for years—but rather the... Read more »

Newtown, Connecticut: Time to Change the Way We Educate Our Children

Newtown, Connecticut: Time to Change the Way We Educate Our Children
Many blogs and articles have already been written about different aspects of the human tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, and I have been tuned in and trying my best to listen to all sides without judgment. After some quiet time with myself, I am moved to write about what is closest to my heart in regard to this... Read more »
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Holiday Gifts: Perhaps Too Much of a Good Thing

Holiday Gifts: Perhaps Too Much of a Good Thing
For years now, I have actually felt BOTH excited AND uneasy when it comes to holiday gift shopping. It’s not that I don’t thoroughly enjoy giving gifts to those in need and otherwise. In fact, our family just finished assisting my husband’s boys’ advisery at the local high school to send off 10 boxes to... Read more »

The Veil is Thin: Create a Relationship with "Dead" People

The Veil is Thin: Create a Relationship with "Dead" People
Well, a Happy Monday morning to ya! Don’t want to scare readers off right away with this title, but I do actually mean exactly what the title suggests here. After writing the “Create a Relationship with Your Body” blog last week, it came to me that this would be my next offering in the blogosphere... Read more »

Symptoms as Signals: Create a Friendship with Your Body

Symptoms as Signals: Create a Friendship with Your Body
My greatest passion in both my work and personal life is helping people who are open and ready to see themselves in a new, multi-dimensional light. This is certainly not “new” work as thousands upon thousands of teachers have offered the same message for millennia, and yet, for the first time in human history, it... Read more »
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Competition with Friends: Are We Really Happy for Them?

Competition with Friends: Are We Really Happy for Them?
We’ve all felt it at one time or another. A friend shares a “success” story or a great idea for what is sure to be a future success story, and we gush with praise and excitement on the outside, but on the inside, not so much. Or that photo on Facebook where our dear one just... Read more »