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This journey is one of exploration, of questions, of experiences and hard-won wisdom. It’s a journey of re-membering and re-connecting.

It’s my path and aspiration for us to once again feel at home within ourselves, and to bring that experience of balance, ease, and joy with us into each moment of our lives. While we support a collective change to a new experience of living.

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The Power of Story

Le give ourselves over to the power of story every day. Our entire life is often viewed as a series of stories woven together to …

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Two Wolves

Which wolf are you feeding?

I’ve been feeding two wolves lately.  (This will make sense in a moment) When I’m honest, I’ve had a challenging time articulating all that has …

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What is really driving your life?

  When we get to the core needs attempted to be met behind every belief, decision, and action, our lives shift quickly.   Connecting to …

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Tool: Connect with Your Needs

Instructions: Take a moment to consider one of the greatest challenges you are experiencing right now. It could be in your marriage, business, health, finances, …

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Are you outsourcing all your answers?

There may be numerous voices (inside of you and outside) vying for the claim to be ‘the right way’ forward. With so many options and sources …

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Take a step away from trying to become

What vision do you hold to be the next level of you? That image of becoming that you are consistently focused on. That image that …

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What is it that you really need?

Oftentimes, we don’t know what we need.We may sense something isn’t right, or is off. We may carry tension, feel frustration, or be in a state …

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Water on a petal

Is it time for a different approach to life?

Does this sound familiar? The mental tapes that have played in my head have led me to chase and seek what’s next, most of my …

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Is it Time to Create More Balance?

  **And I’m not speaking of adding more spinning plates by optimizing your calendar** We are both the director and the actor of this play …

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Relax your grip on life

Our lives and the way we create the experience of them is a dance of what we can’t control (other people, outcomes, the world), and …

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Living Beyond the Loop

Recently, I’ve been spending time in Missouri (middle of the US), visiting family. [This is my grandmother. I’ve written about her in some recent articles: …

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You don’t need confidence

I used to believe that I needed more confidence. If only I had more confidence I would have/do/be _______ Sound familiar? I would spend all …

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Dial Back The Force to Find Insight

Our life and everything in it can change in an instant. That comes by way of insight. A new sight that was not once seen. …

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In the Stillness you Find Freedom.

One of the most challenging points of growth in my life has been learning to be with myself in silence. Alone. Quiet. Sitting in a …

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My Grandmother

My Grandmother. The Change Maker

This is my grandmother. She is 99. And she is a change maker. The only problem, she has never realized it. And without that realization, …

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Avoiding death has cost me my life.

Death reminds us to appreciate life. It reminds us to slow down and see what is true. It reminds us of the preciousness of our …

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The Story of You

Yesterday I spoke with a man about the potential of me supporting and partnering with him. He’s in the midst of a catalytic turning point …

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Anchor into your gifts. Freedom exists on the other side.

Our gifts are unique to us. We each have them. Some are clear on their gifts. Some know them but struggle to speak them. Some …

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