40 Things I Did To Transform My Self and My Life

January 1, 2013 by  
Filed under INNER JOURNEY

I have been on my own now for just over seven years.  Seven is a magical number and realizing this has caused me to sit back and think about all that I did to transform and empower myself – and to ultimately completely change my life. It has been a time of sweet and joyous […]

The Unexpected is a Gift

July 18, 2012 by  
Filed under SYMBOLS & TEACHERS

Last night I said to my 90-year-old mom “I never get any cardinals…” We were talking about birds and which kinds we are able to attract into our yards. JUST NOW a bright red cardinal flew onto my deck and sat on the iron patio table. It seemed to look RIGHT AT ME through my […]

My Rabbit and I

April 6, 2012 by  
Filed under LIFE STAGES

Easter and Passover coincide this year.  As I reflect on these two highly symbolic and sacred holidays I realize that Easter is about new life, resurrection, and new beginnings. Passover is about freedom. Both are apt metaphors for my story of transformation that began long ago with a rabbit. I like to say I have […]

Help Is On Its Way

November 16, 2011 by  
Filed under INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

Keep your eyes, ears, and heart open. Help arrives at unexpected times from unexpected sources.

And then the Rabbit said “You are indestructible. Don’t you know that?”

March 12, 2011 by  
Filed under SYMBOLS & TEACHERS

This winter I found myself facing betrayal and the accompanying painful issues of abandonment.  Anyone who knows betrayal and abandonment knows that the emotions these events precipitate are absolutely staggering. There is loss and rejection. Bewilderment and confusion. Shock and numbness. Despair and grief. Longing and yearning. Denial, anger and shame. Self-blame and depression. You find yourself suddenly thrust […]

The Inner Journey Continues With An Old Birdhouse, a Little Bird and a Portal

March 27, 2010 by  
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A little bird told me to have faith, believe, and be positive.   It happened yesterday morning when I was rushing around the house getting ready for my day. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a flutter, and there she was. A sweet little bird atop an old, battered birdhouse that I […]

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