My Journey from Fear to Love

“Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.” – John Lennon January – 2012 I remember sitting in a small dark room waiting for the surgeon to arrive. My son had just had … Continue reading

What’s your Enneatype?

Everyone is wired differently. We see the world through a unique set of lenses that have been crafted over time. Things like our genetics, predispositions, families of origin, personalities, experiences, traumas, ages, socioeconomic statuses, ethnicities, and cultures all contribute to … Continue reading

Use this Time to Look Inward as a Way to Manifest Creativity

Many of us are finally settling into a place of acceptance about our new reality. One way to use your time while staying at home, sheltering-in-place, or under quarantine is to look inward and explore your emotions. Emotions define us, … Continue reading

11 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Self-Care

For how much social media has impacted mental health, it’s time for a correction. Over the past couple of years, a lot of people have stood up to the plate and started to talk about self-care, as well as its … Continue reading

Our Intuitive Selves: Why We Are All Psychic and How We Can Awaken, Access and Utilize Our Greatest Gifts

What if you could easily and effectively tap into your intuitive gifts, talents and abilities, have a direct connection to The Universal Source of information and energy, and use it to serve yourself and others in the highest and best … Continue reading

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How to Use Writing Prompts for Creative Journaling

When writing in a journal every single day, it can be difficult to come up with new topics and ideas. Listing your goals and writing about your day are no doubt great for your mental health, but you’ll probably want … Continue reading