Dogma comes in all kinds of packaging — usually just the right size to fit our insecurities and blind spots. Whether you’re fighting for peace (what a searing oxymoron that is,) or you’re converting meat-eaters to veggie burgers, you do what you do because it feels really good to think you’re right…
Why do we give? Why do we hold back? What does it mean to give freely? When we give of ourselves, what are we giving? Can you give too much? Too much… love? In this segment, I’m exploring the shadowy side of “giving.” The kind of giving that has some barbs on it…
Illusion-nuking-initiation-heat. Phoenix fire licking my soul. Cleansed to naked. Clothed by loved ones.
Mark Kelley, from CBC, and I talk about “stop doing lists.”
I dream of children being taught mindfulness in school, and a movement of conscious birth choices and parenting, and technologies that heal.
Each one of my soul sisters was love and bad laughs at first site. My best clients began with amazing conversations in bars and at conferences.
As hard-wired achievement-bots, many of us subscribe to systems of success that actually become blockages to our instincts. Structures, programs, regimes, all disciplines and theories should be used to support your freedom and independent thinking, but many serve to stifle our truth…
Our hearts are the altars. Our days, when lived awake, are another chance to know the joys of what matters most.
Well, if you want to say yes, say yes and if you want to say no, say no
A good one from Henry David Thoreau.