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Rest Is Not Idleness

You probably sense that it’s important to have a reasonable amount of downtime in your life.  But it can be hard to make it a priority, especially at this busy year-end time.  That said, if you are anything like me, you may have noticed that when you are doing simple Read More…

Adding some SOUL to the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us. For those living in the United States, Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and New Year’s are peeking around the corner. Many people use this time to gather with family and friends in celebration. But how do we really infuse these event with Read More…

Celebrating Your Mighty Aphrodite!

I was honored to be the featured guest for Lisa Schrader’s monthly Shakti salon. During our  dialogue, we explored what it means to be part of  a feminine mystery school, keeping it juicy in long term relationship, self love, protecting our sexual innocence from predators, stepping into our sexual expressiveness, Read More…

Finding Joy in a Rainstorm

PING…PING. PING. PING.  I hear the rain falling quite hard on the tin roof above my head.  My clothes are sticky and wet from walking through the rain, and my silver flats are caked with mud.  I’d normally be a bit disgruntled about being a muddy mess, but my own Read More…

What Is The Color Of Your Soul?

What is the color of your soul? In the dark of the night In the silent blackness What stories do you tell About your life and why It mattered? Where did you leap Off that cliff And fly Wings unfurled Towards the numinous Unknown? And whose knees did you kiss Read More…

Instead of Leaning In, Lean Inward

Did you happen to see the cover of Time magazine recently, with a picture of Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook? The quote written below her photo was “Don’t hate her because she’s successful.” But what exactly does it mean to be “successful?” Success, as defined in Sheryl’s new book, Lean Read More…

Rite of Real Nurturance

In order to express your radiant self, you must first ground yourself and set the stage for embodiment. You can do this through a simple sensory exercise that uses each of our senses: smell, taste, touch, and sound. Our juicy sensuality is the vehicle through which we connect to the Read More…

Passing the Torch of Leadership

We are in a little rural town of called Estancia in New Mexico. It’s dark, and it’s cold. So we huddle together in a small adobe hut, waiting. Eventually, we hear a car on the gravel outside, and then the cheerful voice don Alejandro, a well-respected Elder of the Mayan Read More…

Can We Truly Have It All

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been told “You can have it all.”  And this conversation usually centered around having both a thriving career and a rewarding family life, not to mention an intimate relationship, a healthy body, etc. Yet as women like me have attempted to live Read More…

Perfectly Imperfect

The date is March 22, 2012.  I am in Los Angeles for a big event called “Conception Day.” It is the celebration party for Barbara Marx Hubbard’s New Book called Birth2012, and it’s being broadcast to 22,000 people.  The show begins in a hour, but I am not mingling like Read More…