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Sitting at the cliff’s edge… open to the unknown

(ORIGINAL PUBLISH DATE: August 21st through my newsletter) “I don’t know” can feel agonizing... or liberating. Depending on where you’re thinking from. Imagine life as you know it is an island. You‘re familiar with every inch of this island - the roads, the houses, the woods, the beaches... but on one side of the island … Continue reading Sitting at the cliff’s edge… open to the unknown

Giving notice and heading for the trees… how many are taking control back

It has been five months since the US began the shutdown process due to coronavirus. I recall that on March 5th, when I flew to New York City to briefly visit my family, the airplane was full. On March 9th, when I flew back to Southern California, the airplane was mostly empty and people were … Continue reading Giving notice and heading for the trees… how many are taking control back

Trapped in the girls’ room at 6 years old and the power of little shifts

I love transformation... House renovations. Makeover shows. Butterflies. Spiritual awakenings. I love all that shit. Because I love transformation. I even loved Transformer toys when I was a little girl. Actually, I had black Transformer sneakers with hologram Transformer images on the sides of them when I was six. One particularly traumatic day in the … Continue reading Trapped in the girls’ room at 6 years old and the power of little shifts

The Key to Becoming Your Whole, Unapologetic Self

Just because you can’t ‘see’ it, doesn’t mean that the evidence of it isn’t... everywhere. This is the story of trauma in our everyday lives. If you have survived an intense or overwhelming incident (or series of incidents) such as verbal or physical abuse, surgery, assault, an accident, or ongoing gas-lighting from a significant person … Continue reading The Key to Becoming Your Whole, Unapologetic Self