Chasing dreams and receiving support ⛰️

My communication for September is a bit later than usual…. in fact I have missed September altogether and fallen into October… but I am back!  In my last newsletter I covered the topic of working with our relationship to death in order to make space for something new. I seemed to have underestimated the effects of the energy…

Embracing death and the polarity of feeling

The cycle of life and death is a continuous loop. Life serves life, and often this means the death of something else.  (Just think of the life that is given up in order to keep sustaining you and keep you alive… physical life in the form of food and lives sacrificed, but equally the consumption…

Labyrinths & Inner Journeys

As a believer of continued growth and development – a process of understanding the self on deeper levels in order to ensure that we are not living lives of unconscious compulsions and conditionings, but lives of choice and freedom – This past month I have engaged myself in a flurry of personal development activities.  …

The magic of making “mistakes”

First off, welcome to the new readers of my newsletter. I hope you find wisdom and inspiration as you journey together with me through my writing.    This mail is going to be about making and managing mistakes.   In short, we are going to look at: Redefining what is considered a “mistake” – our unconscious…

Bear hunting and the path to pleasure…

What is your relationship to “pleasure”? Like… really, really…. I think most of the time we tell ourselves “Of course we have a good relationship to pleasure… who doesn’t right…? I mean… we all like stuff which feels good… in fact, perhaps we like things which feel good too much…. You know, those over-indulgences in…

The value of Venting (and a 5 step process)

Thanks to my readers who responded to my last mail where I shared my tips on managing avoidance. One subscriber responded that she had been avoiding her journaling practice. After scheduling the time, she put her pen to paper and connected in with herself. In her words, “it felt great to be able to vent and acknowledge…