To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
In an age of instant delivery we want our enlightenment and transformation to be instantaneous. That’s not how it works.
The light at the end of the tunnel isn’t the end.
In dark times, we can feel a desire to enlighten the world. But before we turn on all the lights, we must take care to light our own inner light.
When my friend and mentor Margaret Nichols announced that she would be leading a 2-day immersion workshop called Divine Femme, I was in. I didn’t ask for a table of contents of what she planned to teach. I didn’t ask what we would do. I didn’t ask what time it would start or end. I […]
[spacer size=”30″] I have always been obsessed with notebooks. I love the promise offered by a new notebook: the potential hidden in its unfilled pages, the space for new knowledge, insights, observations, thoughts and ideas.