We’re not suppose to see our blind spots, but we are responsible for them.
When we are not clear as to whether something is a need, want, or desire, we make it hard for others to help and support us.
Our bodies are sophisticated, interconnected energy circuits. When our circuit is blocked or stuck, it affects our sense of well being.
Our modern culture is built on the fallacy that not getting our way means we are passive and weak. What really happens when someone says no to our request?
One of the most tragic aspects of modern relationships much there seems to be an emphasis on all or nothing. What if there’s a healthier way for things to end?
As we increase intimacy with ourselves we find we become bright lights for others along their own journeys towards the ever evolving experience of what it means to be alive, connected, and human.
How do we tell the difference between being lead by our primal desires or if we are being called to action by our hearts and higher wisdom?
It’s all too easy to assume, guess, or even hope what we think someone is experiencing is what’s really happening for them. How can we avoid this pitfall and create more intimacy instead?
At first blush, vulnerability can seem tricky and unsettling. Why is it that we are afraid of showing ourselves, when it’s also what we deeply desire?
Embodiment is an intangible felt experience, a gateway to our inner world. When we desire to be in authentic relationships with others, whether platonically or romantically, the more we experience ourselves, the more others experience us.