It’s April 1—April Fool’s Day—a day to let your inner prankster run wild. I’m not going to pull a prank on you today; instead, I am going to ask you to Embrace Your Inner Fool. If you have never studied the Tarot or think it is simply a tool for fortune tellers, you might not […]
Author Carol Woodliff describes the story behind the art on the cover of her book From Scared to Sacred.
On our walk today, there was a lot of bee activity in a lavender bush. I thought it would be cool to get a close up picture of the bees gathering nectar. Alas, the bees were too fast for me today. But it was perfect because if one of the bees had stayed long enough for me to get the picture, I would have missed this grasshopper who was posing so quietly on the bush.
A mentor’s post about a soul retrieval experience made me ask the question: What would the future “me”, want to tell me about how I’m living right now?
My poor sister! She must have heard at least once a week when were were growing up, “Come on now! You are older than her. You know better!”
I spend a lot of time helping my clients define their vision of what they want to create in their lives. But the secondary part of every vision is that we must let go of the vision and surrender it as we live in the present moment.
I had a great reminder of this while I was in Peru. . . .