Dozens of self-help books litter my bookshelves from Anne Lamott, Gabby Bernstein, to Shauna Niequist. I have also read Marianne Williamson, and I can't quite stomach Rachel Hollis, but I have read more than half of Girl, Wash Your Face; sorry people she is way too overzealous and tough love for me. Brene Brown's Gift [...]
At 8 AM; I wiped the sleep off my face, downed the last of my chai latte, said my typical pre-reading prayer and called a new client on the other side of the United States. Even after four years and a lifetime of experience, I still get nervous. My faith is deep and wide and [...]
"Were you able to determine how the baby died, then?" "Actually," the medical examiner says. "That's more complicated than most people think. We medical geeks make a distinction between the way a person died and the actual change in the body that causes the termination of life." Small Great Things - Jodi Picoult It is [...]
This is a story that is told multiple times a week. Details are omitted to scrunch it into the allotted time. It is the story I tell before each reading; the story of how I got started doing readings for other people. I want to share it here in its entirety because I think just once it [...]
There are moments when I am alone with my thoughts and usually that is a good thing, but sometimes my mind starts to stir with worry. Usually I am pretty good about focusing back in on the present. I know it isn't healthy to live in the past or too far in the future, but [...]
So I had one of those Oprah "Ah-ha" moments today. I think it took a bunch of little things running together to help this "ah-ha" moment smack me in the brain and reach my stream of consciousness, but that is how these things work. The beginning is always the best place to start. It all [...]
Some need tangible proof to believe. I have had to live without it. Maybe that's enough...
Wednesdays and listening to YouTube can be eventful. I had an epiphany I want to share with you...