The Forever Sessions

The Forever Sessions

In peace we remember who we are, and from peace we can ask the questions that strike more closely to the heart, and we can become patient and quiet enough to become the answer. There’s true magic in each one of us, and I honor and support the regions of the heart that...
Thoughts About Shadow

Thoughts About Shadow

The Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, coined the term “shadow.” Psychologically, “shadow” refers to unresolved beliefs and feelings repressed within our unconscious as a means of protection. The unconscious is…well, unconscious. Hidden from view. Because these...
The Power of Grief. The Power of Love.

The Power of Grief. The Power of Love.

Well, a lot has been happening since my last post. I started this article on January 10 2021, five days after the mob attacked the capital. Two months later I’m on it again. Even as I’ve been diligently avoiding writing this blog, I’ve still taken time here and...
Being Gentle in Times of Coronavirus

Being Gentle in Times of Coronavirus

  I was originally intending to write this blog on the subject of the flow state. I was motivated as I’m scheduled to teach a class on the Flow State on July 16 depending on the state of… everything. My usual process when writing an article is a great deal...
RAIN DANCE

RAIN DANCE

There is a lovely acronym that’s been sprouting up in the lexicon of self-care and self-healing that I’ve found very useful. That acronym is RAIN. Tara Brach, a distinctive voice in Western Buddhism, is a terrific resource for exploring the RAIN process. Hmm....
SHAMANISM – A Very Brief History

SHAMANISM – A Very Brief History

  High population and large territory don’t eliminate shamans … They show up under different auspices and in different costumes. Even in our era there are urban shamans channeling messages from beyond. Some are bogus. Some are sincere. And some, no doubt, are...