Energy Shifting

As a young girl, I had many dreams and premonitions. It wasn’t that my family discouraged it, but most did not encourage it. When I was 15 years old, I woke up screaming one night. I had had one of ‘those’ dreams, the really vivid, I’m-in-it, brightly colored, full-surround-sound kind of dream. I dreamed that one of my friends from school was drunk and driving a car with three other classmates in it. They were laughing, partying, the music was loud. They were on a tree-lined, back country road. As …

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Ordinary Miracles

I’ve been going deeper into my own Guidance lately. As I delve deeper into what is right and true for me, I find myself in an intimate dance with the Universe that results in my being amazed and enraptured by little things on a very regular basis. My neighbor’s son, barely two, throwing his ball over my car (what an arm that child has!), Swallow-tailed Kites soaring in the small break of sky above my patio, torrential rain pouring from a sun-filled sky. These are delights for my eye and …

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Resistance is Futile

Resistance… that is NOT what I sat down to write about this morning. Of course, I sat down to write at about nine o’clock this morning. It’s a little after five in the evening and these are the first words I’ve managed to choke out for this blog. Oh, I’ve written. I wrote a grocery list, notes for my next coaching session, titles for about twenty blog posts I’d like to write, emails, replies to Facebook fans, and a few dozen other things. Of course, that is how resistance works when it leans toward …

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Clear and Supported

I am human. I get emotional, irrational, irritable, make mistakes, and get overwhelmed, just like everyone else. “BUT, YOU’RE A LIFE COACH!” is a common response to my less-than-stellar moments. Yes, I am a Life Coach, and a superb one at that. Being a Life Coach does not exempt me from the day-to-day hassles of life. As my Sweetheart pointed out, it does hold me to a higher standard of resolving them.

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Claiming Gifts

Most of us have been taught not to receive. In false humility, we turn away from compliments, praise, and even the recognition of our own innate gifts. I find the deeper implications of this as I watch others refuse the words of appreciation I speak to them, the gifts I care-fully select for them, and even their own Endowments from Source.

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