My Heart is Wide Open

Yes, I’m on everyone’s wrong side for the first time in my life. Reminds me of the John Lennon song, “Oh My Love” with perhaps the same sentiment, I’m not sure. It’s such an unusual space for me, being a natural truth and justice seeker, peacemaker, but the path seems clear for the first time... Continue Reading →

A New Day

This is a weird space, the place I find myself in now. Everything has changed. It feels empty. Empty isn’t bad, it’s just different. I will need to gain balance and perspective of my new life. This is the first time I’ve felt a void and it’s an opportunity to do what I want to... Continue Reading →

Here

Here is that. Certainly, an ownership term. Here – never – there – but here. It is my job to be here. I have chosen this. I want to be here. I am here. My energy is here. My soul is here. I won’t leave here. I make here for me, and you. You feel... Continue Reading →

Christmas Clarity

Clarity hit instantaneously. Sitting at the shining glass breakfast room table, staring at the horoscope beaming from my iPad, pre-dawn light peeking through the French windows, I realize I have plenty. It might have actually presented itself yesterday. I felt vibrant and brilliant at the family Christmas celebration it might have been the precursor to... Continue Reading →

I Choose Me and You Choose You

  It was the summer of 2012 that I was curious about Soul Work and began reading Dr. Michael Newton’s books “Journey of Souls” and “Destiny of Souls” and then many books by Dr. Brian Weiss about past life regression and healing our current ills.  Both authors described Life Between Lives experiences they learned in... Continue Reading →

Anniversary Gifts

He said, “You know it’s all contrived, it’s acting, its not real.” We were watching the best of "Britain's Got Talent" where the performers are talented and spiritual, letting themselves loose to go beyond the norm. I felt joyful watching their limitless talents spring forth, so I knew it was real. It’s how I want... Continue Reading →

Uncle Johnny

He died in July of 1980 when Norin and I were on our honeymoon in Tahiti, but I didn't know he was gone until we returned home two weeks later.  "Johnny died" my mother whispered over the phone.  I was sitting on the burgundy Victorian sofa in the living room of the house I rented... Continue Reading →

Baby Hair

I was rubbing her soft downy hair, hoping she would return to me and scared to death she wouldn’t. She’d been beaten, hurt, and she was controlled by alcohol, trying to pretend she wasn’t really damaged. “Go to hell," I heard her say to Steve this morning, “You don’t control me.” I knew she was... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day

We seem to live all the same scenes in our lives, maybe trying to get beyond the troubled times, work them through?  Nah, I’m stalling with this story, the preamble to what is important. Norin looked at me skeptically, and asked again “What’s wrong? I see it in your face, something is wrong.”  I thought... Continue Reading →

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