On healing

I work with the Rhine Research Center as their magazine editor (Rhine Magazine).  I am grateful for the interactions with intelligent, open-minded people who either work with or frequent this organization, one focused on consciousness studies. Several of us started an energy healing group about six months ago, and I’ve had the pleasant opportunity to … More On healing

Gratitude

One morning this fall I was driving my toddler to her school.   Some kind of construction company had been putting in natural gas pipes along the side of this road for some weeks, and, as usual, they were at it again that morning.   I was happy that we passed before the work had … More Gratitude

Be Light.

I wrote this a couple of years ago, and I’ve had it on my site on the front page for a while.   I’ll leave it here as a blog post for now.  Blessings to all! Connect with spirit. Be grateful for your food. Be grateful for each breath you take. Walk lightly on the … More Be Light.

12-21-2012 – a new beginning

Much has been said and discussed about the Mayan prophecy for 12-21-12, and mostly I notice jokes about “another apocalypse” or some sort of doomsday prediction. The Mayans, however, were sending a message through the ages, really, in that with their sophisticated understanding of time and nature (which they had correctly recorded for thousands of years … More 12-21-2012 – a new beginning

On life

A dear friend lost her life this week, and I have been moved to write. She was the kind of person who lit up the room when she walked in.  The kind of person who knew how to make everyone live, how to make everyone excel, how to make everyone believe that the best could … More On life

hiatus

Hello everyone! September, 2012 update:  I have been on hiatus from frequent posting as I have welcomed a new baby into my life.   She is now more than a year old, and I’ll soon be back seeing clients, teaching classes, and writing!   I’ve missed everyone, though this has been a precious time for … More hiatus

The Path of Service

In his book, Return to the Sacred, Jonathan Ellerby writes of twelve paths that have been time-tested as ways to become closer to the Divine.  This month, March, our group, Approaching the Sacred, will focus on the eighth of his list: “the path of service.” Though we often think of the word service as something … More The Path of Service