January 5th, 2015
If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), or empath, you are not alone. There are an estimated 40 million of us in America alone. Empaths & HSPs often face unique challenges; mainly, and what I like to focus on, is that healing modalities that work for most people don’t always...
January 31st, 2015
Fibromyalgia has many symptoms, for example, muscle tightness, fatigue, sleep difficulties, and joint stiffness to name a few. Wouldn’t it make sense that if the underlying cause were addressed properly that the above-named symptoms (and others) could be reduced or eliminated? Wouldn’t...
March 5th, 2017
There are 11 habits I’ve seen that Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons either have or are cultivating, numbers 7-11 are below. For numbers 1-6, see 11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Empaths & Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 1.
7. We Cultivate Meaningful...
July 3rd, 2022
"It's meant to be."
What comes up for you when others say this to you?
Have you said it yourself?
What does it really mean?
And have your ever looked at your individual challenges — or the very long list of current crises — and asked yourself, “How can...
December 16th, 2021
I’ve never been to a National Park.
I, like many New Yorkers, was taught that NYC is all you need. Even after going to college in upstate NY in a tiny town in the middle of the mountains, not once did I explore them.
As I’ve aged, I’ve come to...
August 31st, 2020
21 years ago, I was sharing my excitement with a trusted and highly intuitive friend (Love ya, Laurel!) about the Conversations with God series by Neale Donald Walsch and pretty much everything by Deepak Chopra. And she calmly said, “You know you’ll be writing a book, too,...
August 5th, 2020
Aug 4 2020
As I began to write this week’s note, I kept hearing Al Stewart’s Time Passages (from 1978!). You may remember his song, The Year of the Cat as well. They kind of sound the same. Or if you’re under 40, you may not remember him at all. I...
July 21st, 2020
Fear limits accurate intuition, reduces awareness, makes reason and logic impossible, and weakens our ability to empathize.
Fear catalyzes an always-searching mindset and a need to make sense of what lacks sense in that moment.
Fear births and propagates conspiracy theories and...
July 10th, 2020
It’s easy to look around and think that life is falling apart. And for many, it is. And for some, it’s coming together… by falling apart.
Not to minimize people’s very real pain, trauma and struggles, rather, let’s inquire: What is the best possible way of...
April 6th, 2020
If you’re in a lockdown with your family or housemates, conflict WILL arise. But there are healthy conflict resolution tools you can use to turn this challenge into an opportunity for better connection, peace and even joy.
“For example, if I yell at someone, ‘Put...
April 6th, 2020
Trouble falling or staying asleep?
Waking up exhausted?
Lethargic or Anxious?
Is it worse of late?
Sleep difficulties lead to challenges with: memory; concentration; productivity; and general health and vitality. And a large percentage of us are being affected now at a higher degree...
April 4th, 2020
During this pandemic, it’s easy to be a couch potato. There’s nothing wrong with a little video entertainment of course, but we have to remember to balance that with physical activity, too!
Exercise increases endorphins, can ward off depression, and once you get into the...