The Nine Contexts of Your Outer Life

Imagine having control and freedom in the nine contexts of your outer life. Now is the time for attending to the control and freedom of your outer life. I have just started working with a trainer at a local gym. 30 minutes twice a week. One session on my lower body and one on my…

A New Inner Advent – The Path through the Darkness

This time of the soul’s year is Inner Advent.  Advent begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas (November 27th) and in Christian Churches each Sunday is a preparation for the celebration of the birth of Jesus.  Inner Advent is a preparation for the new birth of self, a renewal of creative innocence and the arrival…

Inner Equilibrium: Thoughts on the Equinox

Equilibrium is a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. Today is the Equinox and the opposing forces of day and night, light and dark are balanced for a moment. It seems like a perfect day to reflect on equilibrium. I don’t think human beings were designed to experience sustained equilibrium.  We seem…

Your Impact On A Violent World

Are you a good world citizen? What does good mean to you? What does it mean to be a citizen? What is your world?  What is the evidence that you are this good world citizen…and I don’t care how small or intimate or grand and universal your world is. I just want to know about…

Solid…Useful…Delightful

I want YOUR reality (and remember the use of any possessive pronoun makes the meaning of the noun subjective, not objective!) to be solid…useful…delightful. I want you to own your reality and celebrate its subjectivity. This is why I created the online course: The Three Shapers of Your Reality and why I want you to take…

Mother’s Day: 12 Questions Full of Meaning

I am not sentimental as Mother’s Day approaches either about my mother or myself as mother (or grandmother.)  I want meaning around my mother, truth and forgiveness from my children and drawings from my grandchildren. It’s the meaning around my relationship with my mother that I will be contemplating on Mother’s Day. I will do…