Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Dear Miracle, Yes, you! The Christmas season is here and regardless of religion or spiritual belief, this is a sacred time when we celebrate the biggest miracle of all; the birth of a child, the birth of love. And we are all miracles. It is through our childlike eyes...
The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

“[Our] human and earthly limits, properly understood, are not confinements but rather inducements to formal elaboration and elegance, to fullness of relationship and meaning. Perhaps our most serious cultural loss in recent centuries is the knowledge that some...
How to Cultivate Tenderness toward Ourselves

How to Cultivate Tenderness toward Ourselves

To keep us tender in this world is the hardest, yet most important thing.  Tenderness is like prayer. It is a humble intimate act as we settle into our vulnerabilities; as we gather all parts of us that were meant to be whole. Tenderness is a blessing. It is the...
Love & Prayer

Love & Prayer

“Palm to palm is holy palmers’ kiss.” ~ Romeo & Juliet, William Shakespeare Love is sacred and powerful. Like prayer. Both require strong faith and trust into which we surrender. There is incredible power to this kind of devotion; of a deeply...
Magic, The Natural Connection, Rainmaker & Name Giving

Magic, The Natural Connection, Rainmaker & Name Giving

Our greatest adversary to re-claiming our power is forgetfulness; forgetting our inner truth and our purity of heart. No matter what has happened to us through the years, we all have, at one point, been touched by love. Now is the time to remember ourselves. Now is...
Truth, Trust, Fear and Freedom

Truth, Trust, Fear and Freedom

We set out in search of internal fulfilment, only to find our truth and light within. There is no more reason to search outside for neon lights and sparkles; no more need to seek external stimulations as all we need is satisfied by ourselves. So what’s this journey...