It is so hard for me to put into words what happens in a healing energy work session because each session is different and magical. I don’t use the word magical lightly. It is deeply felt. One of the blessings of doing this work is that the way spirit shows up in a session is […]
Being Brave Enough to Speak Your Truth is the theme of this morning’s Shifting From Scared to Sacred Show on The Soulful Sunday Experience. You can listen to me this morning at 7 a.m. PDT or anytime after on demand at the Creating Calm Network on Blog Talk Radio. Sara Bareilles’ song, “Brave” fits so well […]
When I launched the book, I put a Google alert on “Scared to Sacred” because I wanted to be able to see reviews and mentions of the book that show up on the Internet. Sometimes I get false hits that are a beautiful surprise like this free verse poem over at Deviant Art by *silvernium. […]
Carol shares how social media helped her connect with the publisher of Aspire Magazine and have one of her articles featured in the June/June 2012 issue.
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?
I was reminded today of this lovely meditation called Tonglen, which asks us to recognize suffering and awaken our compassion. I use this when I’m feeling overwhelmed personally.
I love music’s ability to connect us and speak to us both in words and energetically. Today I get to share with you a video of a song written and performed by dear friends, Stephanie Bettman and Luke Halpin (with Brian Netzley on bass) called “It All Comes Back to Love.”
I have to admit I don’t follow sports very closely but I grew up in a devoted Packer household. I know my Mom and Dad are very happy wherever they are that their Pack made it to the big game. . . . Last week I wrote an article about how important it is to be your own cheerleader. In it is an homage to the type of sports fans my parents were and what they taught me.
This week, I was asked to step in for my dear friend Karen Maleck-Whiteley and do her column for the Santa Clarita Valley Signal. Since the paper was coming out on today, New Year’s Eve, of course the logical thing to write about would be New Year’s Resolutions. But the thing is I don’t believe that resolutions work for most people.
Brene Brown TedxHouston talk on Vulnerability.