The powerful “F” word.

I love the “F” word, it provides so many healing salves. Fuck it, forgive, forget, forge on, friends, fantastic, fabulous, etc. The most significant “F: bomb to overcome is to ‘Forgive yourself,’ for you have done nothing wrong. The situations or people we think need forgiving is not how it works according to ACIM, it […]

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When the trigger gets pulled!

When the trigger in us gets pulled, that is the perfect moment for inquiry. That is the moment you start to have a conversation with yourself, and it won’t be considered mentally fucked up. That’s the moment when class is in session. We have all heard the expression; “When the student is ready the master […]

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Drop the Holiday F-Bomb of Love!

Drop the Holiday F-Bomb of Love! Just a few moments of Forgiveness I invite you to forgive today; take a few minutes and think about who it is that needs or wants your forgiveness, or maybe you just need to lighten up and forgive yourself for something you have been heart-harboring. Why do we get […]

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Love Begins with YOU.

Love Begins with YOU. If we practice seeing only love in everything, we start to see ourselves differently. There is a lightness, a compassion that sweeps over you that softens the edges a little more. It can be a challenging practice sometimes, especially with all the distractions and emotions we carry within, and yet it […]

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“Can we talk?”

“Can we talk?” One of the many ways we Honor ourselves is by allowing the natural law of life to flow through us and extend it out to others; Forgiveness! It is NOT about perfection or getting ALL things right. It is not always saying the right stuff or even thinking positive thoughts. It is […]

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Drop the F-Bomb of Love!

Drop the F-Bomb of Love! Day Nine of the Self-love 31-day 5-minute challenge: Forgiveness I invite you to forgive today; take five minutes and think about who it is that needs or wants your forgiveness, or maybe you just need to lighten up and forgive yourself for something you have been heart-harboring. Why do we […]

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We don’t have to suffer from anger!

  Thích Nhất Hạnh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist. He calls anger a “habit energy.” A quick reaction to a situation or an event can trigger a response of anger. Just drive in your car and see how fast anger shows up, and how you respond. Zero to bitch happens to me […]

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