Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising is the second installment in the story of this peaceful warrior.  It is what happens when a person offers themselves, in full-body immersion, to whatever comes.  It is the embrace of reality.  It is the dissolution of illusions…of fantasy…the epilogue to the story of who was cast into the depths with such abandon…Continue reading “Phoenix Rising”

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My Remains

It’s interesting…what happens when you are struggling with thoughts about life, belief, purpose, and the death of all that you know for sure.  In the wake of deep suffering…what remains? What truly survives the death of what we believe we are?  Are we courageous enough to travel there? The following is the first installation ofContinue reading “My Remains”

EMBRACING PARADOX – The New Normal

You don’t know what you don’t know until you know it. This may or may not be the greatest paradox of being alive, but it certainly leads the intrepid explorer on a delightful quest. Meno’s Paradox (how can you inquire into a thing when you are totally ignorant of what it is?) invites us toContinue reading “EMBRACING PARADOX – The New Normal”

Modern Ho’oponopono

A few years ago, I read a wonderful book about the ancient Hawaiian teaching called Ho’oponopono, co-written by Dr. Joe Vitale and Dr. Hew Len, called Zero Limits. It described the work of Dr. Hew Len and his application of this ancient teaching of reconciliation and forgiveness in his work as a psychologist. It involvesContinue reading “Modern Ho’oponopono”

Applying The Work of Byron Katie to the COVID-19 Contagion

As a peaceful spirit warrior, I feel it is empowering to embrace my feelings of vulnerability and resistance – to ask the hard questions – and work through them – to find the gem of truth in the lump of coal. Why?  Because there isn’t a moment to waste!  I wish to learn from everyContinue reading “Applying The Work of Byron Katie to the COVID-19 Contagion”

Many Doors, One Sanctuary: 10 Doors to Active Wellbeing: Doorway # 2

When my kids were quite young (6 and 2) their father and I decided to take them for a short camping trip.  We choose a campground that was on the outskirts of Moncton, NB, involving only a couple of hours of traveling – not too far away for this first expedition.  We bought a tent,Continue reading “Many Doors, One Sanctuary: 10 Doors to Active Wellbeing: Doorway # 2”

Point of Impact

What is the point of it all? Everyone must find the answer to this question for themselves. The only way to answer it is through living and exploring your precious life. Approach it with the mindset of a contributor. Consider your potential…what you give may be the catalyst for something wonderful happening in someone’s life.Continue reading “Point of Impact”

Reach Out And Touch Faith

  I had become a self-made woman. I made and remade myself again and again in my own image, and, having done so, I lost touch with X X X X the essence that keeps my heart beating and fires my mind into communion with ecstasy. I have admitted with deep chagrin and the desperationContinue reading “Reach Out And Touch Faith”

Hope in The Realm of The Possible

HOPE.  It is a powerful word.  What does it mean to you? Is it the belief in something not of your own making?  Something that is beyond human comprehension? Does someone or something have to bestow hope upon you?  Or can you find it within yourself? Can you save your own life? Hope is theContinue reading “Hope in The Realm of The Possible”

Give ‘er and Live ‘er – Chats with my Constant Traveller

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” This quote from Nobel Laureate Marie Curie defines what it means to be fearless. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (Physics (1903) and Chemistry (1911).Continue reading “Give ‘er and Live ‘er – Chats with my Constant Traveller”