Posts tagged "Family"

Intuition, Us, Our Children—How to Make Tuning In a Priority

Because we are blended beings—both body and soul—we have been blessed with an ongoing, user-friendly, and trustworthy gift. Knowledge of an inner compass, and as important, permission to use it daily for both big and small decisions is perhaps the most powerful tool that we can offer our children. Even as young babes rocking in... Read more »

Martha and Mary: Two Sisters, Two Perspectives and Jesus

Martha and Mary: Two Sisters, Two Perspectives and Jesus
Most of you know that I am not a religious gal. The Bible is not a book that I know well, and barely at all, in fact. That being said, I do feel that Jesus was a highly evolved being who walked this planet inviting us to become aware of the Christ Consciousness possible within... Read more »

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 »
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A Call to Men: Please Allow Your Woman to Grow

A Call to Men: Please Allow Your Woman to Grow
Okay, before I ruffle any peacock feathers, right off the bat with this blog, I must say that I am most certainly NOT speaking to many, many men, and probably especially not to the men who are on a self-exploratory path and who are obviously quite open to personal growth. In fact, there are many... Read more »

Structure: Much Appreciated After Having None

Structure: Much Appreciated After Having None
Today I truly begin MY new year. After a summer of no structure that began as great fun, but increasingly took its toll on my mental, physical and emotional landscape, I realized that I have been in need of greater structure, beyond the summer months even, for a few years now. While at heart I... Read more »

Highlights from Middle School Talk—Kids are READY for More!

Highlights from Middle School Talk—Kids are READY for More!
Yesterday morning I had the incredible honor of offering my Soul to Soul Perspective to 120 sixth, seventh and eighth graders in a spacious auditorium at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. When asked to speak to this age group, without hesitation, I answered a big fat YES, but admittedly, as the date drew closer, I... Read more »
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