Learning to Fly: Engaging Intuition and Faith

Did you know that dragonflies start their lives as nymphs, living in the water for up to five years before wriggling their way up a piece of grass and birthing themselves into adulthood? Unlike caterpillars that go into a cocoon … Continue reading

Musings on Fluidity, Intuition, Courage and Grace

It’s mid-January and I’m feeling a bit disoriented. Most years, I do a lot of year-end review and new-year intention setting between the solstice and new year. Then, on the first Sunday in January, I participate in the White Stone … Continue reading

2013 Round-up: Engaging Intuition and Faith

2013 Round-up: Engaging Intuition & Faith. Emilah Dawn DeToro, Intuitive Life Coach

I spent a lot of 2013 diligently engaging intuition and faith. Most mornings, I listened for guidance – ways to spend my time that would be for the highest good of the Universe. I practiced trusting that what I heard, … Continue reading

A Meltdown Begets a Mission

When I lived in Tucson, AZ, I had a whole life meltdown.  I discovered my live-in partner had been having affairs and was a sex addict. I didn’t take it well. I did enter therapy and a 12-step program for … Continue reading

Why the Dragonfly: Reflections on Transformation

Dragonfly as a metaphor for trasnformation

Did you know that dragonflies start their lives as nymphs, living in the water up to five years before wriggling their way up a piece of grass and birthing themselves into adulthood? Me neither – until I was meditating and … Continue reading

People Pleasing: Doubting What We Know

Questioning my own knowing and intuition. Giving myself permission to know, want, and act.

A few months ago I wrote a blog entitled Putting Yourself at the Center which talked about the spiritual underpinnings of making choices in our daily lives that include our needs as well as the needs of others. I have been … Continue reading