Abundant Thoughts

What is abundance? My definition is simple: it is examining and clarifying my essential core values, discovering what is important and valuable for me, letting go of anything that does not represent the essence of who I am, honouring the preciousness of the gift I...

We Come From Beauty

…we aren’t beautiful or attractive because of how we stack up against a runway model–we’re beautiful because we came from beauty, so we must be the same as what we came from. All labels such as unattractive, ugly, homely, and unbecoming (as...

Connecting to your Energy Body

What is it like to experience your energy body from a medical model as well as a spiritual one. Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor shares her incredible journey through a Stroke, and back to wellness...

Learning Styles

How do You learn?  Are you: Visual Verbal Aural Physical or Kinesthetic Logical or Spatial Social Soliltary Musical   Brian Walsh in Unleashing Your Brilliance, calls these learning styles “learning intelligences’. He says, Most of us are a mixture of...

Triskells: Journey of Life

One of my favourite symbols is the triskell. A triskell is a design made up of three spirals, or triple spirals. The spirals have different meanings in different traditions: In the Goddess tradition, the triple spirals represent the three stages of womanhood: maiden,...

One Tribe

All of Humanity is my Beloved Family We are one tribe. I cherish our unity. We are united by our suffering and by our joy. One life flows through all life. One heart holds every heart. The loss I sustain today is the beginning of a larger, wiser and kinder tomorrow....

Oprah is my Hero

I don’t watch television – (‘Frasier’ was just finishing, that’s how long ago it was) so I don’t get to see much of the Oprah television show.  Clearly I’ve been missing out because when I tuned in to watch Eckart Tolle...

Review: The Soul Loves the Truth

It takes immense courage to be our own best friends, but it’s part of finding inner peace and living life to the fullest. In our culture, we’re taught that it’s okay to say things like “I love chocolate,” “I love rainbows,” or...