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The Truth About Believing

Last week I attended a conference called “Ageless Living” featuring speakers from the scientific, spiritual and experiential realms. One was more exciting than the next as they presented cutting edge information that supported different ways to understand life and aging. One of my favorites was Dr. Bruce Lipton, author of “The Biology of Belief”.  His… Read more »

Do You Want a Nobel Prize?

Did you know that most of those who received the Nobel Prize for Literature have written or stated that the prize diminished their creativity? This fact recently came to my attention and it has made me think about the place that awards and accolades intersect with inner inspiration. So often we strive for acknowledgement from… Read more »

Creating a New World

Yesterday I had a session with a healer and told her that I wanted to work on emotional issues. “Okay,” she responded, and we were off delving into the ways that current issues trigger little girl responses that pop up without my being aware of them. It’s one thing to understand how I as an… Read more »

Facing Emotions and Shaking Them Off

Many people believe that their emotions will dissipate without having to address them. They believe that in time the emotions will make their way to the background and be replaced with more pertinent and pressing issues, without being understood or faced. I don’t think so. They might not be on the forefront of our minds,… Read more »

The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree

Are you unsatisfied with your social and work interactions? Sometimes they can leave us feeling less than successful. We have many choices of how to react that can make our experiences with others much more comfortable, even fulfilling. It just takes some thought rather than giving in to a knee-jerk reaction that sets up a… Read more »

Chatting Over Sangria

In between sips of sangria, my friend asked, “What do you like best about Santa Fe?” I expected myself to talk about the open sky and elegant mountains, friendly people and culture of inclusion, but without a moment’s hesitation I answered, “I found my voice here.” I shocked both my friend and myself with that… Read more »

Making a Hard Decision

Making the decision was the hardest part. Implementing it was easier. An old friend came to visit and as soon as he saw my sculptures in the garage, he said, “Let’s put them in storage right now. They don’t belong in your house. They are weighing you down and they don’t reflect who you are… Read more »

Disbelieving Reality

A friend called me with a problem. She had a physical ailment that, according to an article online, was irreversible. She was feeling hopeless. I reminded her that her research wasn’t conclusive. She said, “I can’t disbelieve reality.” “What you read is not necessarily reality,” I protested. “More things can be changed than we think.”… Read more »

GMO or Non?

Although there is much talk about consuming GMO versus non-GMO foods, many people do not understand exactly what it is or how it affects our bodies. I did some research to clarify the issues and would like to pass that information onto you. Genetically Modified Organisms or (GMOs) are organisms that have been altered for… Read more »