2013 Round-up: Engaging Intuition and Faith

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, no matter how odd, would turn out OK when I acted on it. The majority […]

People Pleasing: Doubting What We Know

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 living and teaching these tenets for years, yet the tendency to put other people at […]

My Work is My Work: A Dance with Simplicity & Integrity

Over the years I’ve discovered simplicity is satisfying, easeful and offers a clarity that helps me thrive. This year (2011), I’ve discovered a simplicity around the my offering to the world: my work is my work; no matter how I label it. When I work with someone, either in a long-term coaching relationship or simply […]

Sliding Scales and other Sneaky Stuff

A marketing coach asked me today: “What’s with the sliding scale?”  “How does that work?” I figured since she had this question, most of the people checking out my website would, too.  So here’s the deal: Offering intuitive sessions and tarot readings on a sliding scale is a tool designed to help you practice using […]

When the Heart Aches

In my last blog, Revolution, I explored the ways in which taking action aligned with our deepest knowing can often lead to a sense of ease and satisfaction.  Yet there are also times when knowing what is mine to do leads to a sense of heartache or unrest. It’s no less the next right thing, it […]