I believe that we are all born uninhibited, wild, and connected to an inner sense of knowingness, but somewhere along the way, many of us become disconnected from this primary truth. As a result, we are separated from our greatest source of personal power. Self-consciousness, self-judgment, and self-doubt often rush in to fill the void. Once alienated from this inner sense, we can often feel untethered, powerless, and unsafe. In an effort to alleviate this discomfort, many of us learn to accept that to be successful, happy, and healthy we need to trust in someone else’s version of the truth, and so begins an endless cycle of searching outside of ourselves to meet our needs for safety, security, love, acceptance, etc.Read More
It’s simple. The biggest reason is that we all have blind spots that keep us from seeing our lives the way they truly are. Think about it. Isn’t it easy to see what’s wrong with everybody else’s life and know exactly how they can fix their problems? But when it comes to our own lives, we struggle with the same issues over and over again.Continue...
It was a cold November morning, roughly 5 years ago, when I woke up and found I could barely move my fingers. Now, this was not an unusual experience for me. Being a massage therapist for 15 years at that point, it was pretty common to wake up the next morning after a hard day of work and experience this kind of pain in my hands. For me, it was just another reminder that I had better come up with a Plan B. Only now, if I’m being totally honest, I was really working on Plan D or E.Read Article