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The greatest act of responsibility is to heal your personal wounds.

I can help you track down the origins of these inner disruptive energies and assist you to find greater compassion for self, peace, and harmony in all aspects of your life. End the war inside of YOU!

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Who is Really Running your life?

  Who is running your show? Many of us have heard the amazing story of Sybil, perhaps the most publicized case of severe Multiple Personality Disorder ever recorded.  Due to the horrendous abuse and trauma she experienced as a child, Sybil split into over a dozen personalities to exist. What becomes clear from such examples is the soul’s amazing ability to create coping mechanisms to survive. For most, if not all of us, there are also incidents in our childhood and adolescent which, … [Read More...]

Being kinder to ourselves!

How often do we look in the mirror and say, "Oh self (your name,) I am so sorry I've been so hard on you. How could I have judged you so harshly? Please forgive me and know how much I love, respect and cherish you." Then tenderly take face in hands as a gentle lover would, and deeply receive that love and respect. Why wouldn't we give ourselves the kind of love and compassion we express to others, the kind we often wait in vain for others to offer us, when we really need to be giving it … [Read More...]

Your environment

Your Special Environment and Sacred Living Space. I recently acquired a piece of artwork I had long lusted after created by the Mother of a dear friend of mine. After hanging it on my bedroom wall, I can't express how much it has impacted my living space with a calming, serene energy. How profoundly important it is to have elements in your environment which enrich and nurture as well as inspire and motivate you. I have often spoken with clients about the joy of creating a vision board - … [Read More...]

Humility – how to find it!

  Humility “Humility is holding all your senses open and recognizing what is required in any challenging or volatile situation—namely love—regardless of what is being demonstrated.”     This definition of humility was given to me by my Guides in response to my request for a client who, despite having experienced great personal growth, couldn’t reach that place of truly letting go of his “issues” with specific individuals in his life. He continued his pattern of reactivity  towards … [Read More...]

Interview on The Rialto Report.

Watch for my interview with fellow Brit Ashley West for his website The Rialto Report this coming Sunday March 9th after 1pm EST. Each interview I participate in is a very different experience. This is quality on-line reporting and I enjoyed this one immensely. www.therialtoreport.com         … [Read More...]