Are you concerned about about the upcoming season and the continuing lock downs and sheltering? We have adjusted to the limitations of social distancing, maintaining safety procedures of wearing masks, washing hands, and monitoring our daily health. However, in the...
Staying balance, positive, and hopeful during this extended time of the coronavirus and isolation can be increasingly difficult particularly if you live alone. Current research shows that as many as 30% of people are showing signs of depression, anxiety, and physical...
June is Father's Day and the Time to Rebalance the Masculine June is traditionally the month of Father's Day in many places around the world. As June moves directly into summer fruits, vegetables, and flowers are all blooming and animal babies emerge. Life abounds in...
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April’s focus on Sexual Assault Awareness has us in gratitude to the women who have paved the way for us all.
When social worker Tarana Burke started the #metoo movement, made famous by Alyssa Milano’s tweet, it opened the space for many more of us to heal from our sexual trauma and abuse in a way that had not been fully available before.
We know that for this abuse to end – and we hold firmly in our hearts that it will end – and for it to no longer be the tragedy thousands experience, we must shine the light on those who have bravely shared their truth, while also going deeper into our own healing.
It’s in healing that the cycle of abuse can end.
In the midst of the global news of the pandemic coronavirus, fear and panic are in the air. With the government and business closures, financial hardships are being felt across the world. However, my message remains consistent—we control our destiny with our beliefs, thoughts, actions, and desires.
Stay calm, centered and positive. Yes, easier said than done. Remember: fear diminishes the immune system and leaves it vulnerable to infection.
Although we inherit our DNA from our families and ancestors, we are unique individuals. We all look, sound, act, and think differently from anyone else. Our purpose in life is to find our Divine identity and special place in this world. You are like no other. Trust your instincts. Trust your desires to fulfill your destiny and purpose. You choose your life, your purpose, your happiness. It is in your hands. Be yourself.
There are romantics around the world who look forward to this day to show their love in special ways. But what do we truly desire on Valentine’s Day? These are our deep desires: A deep, loving connection with a partner who recognizes us for who and what we are. A person who respects us, sees us, listens to us, and loves us as we are now. A person we deeply and truly love, respect, hear, and desire now and in the future. A deeply passionate, affectionate, caring, and nurturing relationship that is interdependent. A relationship that is supportive, while allowing each person to have their identity and fulfill their purpose.
What change has made the greatest impact on your happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment, joy, and love? Do you feel your life is better in any, more, or different way(s) than in was in 2010? Why? Consider the actions or steps you took to achieve this improvement.
What one thing do you desire most to have, do, or create in the next decade? What do you need to shed in order to obtain this desire? What do you need to add or what action do you need to take to move forward?
Carl Sandburg said, “Nothing happens unless first a dream.” We must dream a new reality and what better way to begin than with ourselves? We are always changing and evolving as we grow and age. I think of my life as chapters in my own story. Not necessarily in decades because life isn’t that predictable.