Healing Difficult Emotions, Overcoming Self-loathing and Anxiety, Practices for Cultivating Love, Self-compassion, Self-Love and Self-Directed Kindness

Do You Live from the Inside Out or Outside In?

Do you live from the inside out or the outside in?  Okay, to be honest, that is not an entirely fair question to ask you at the beginning of this post. I coined the phrases Living from the Inside Out and Living from the Outisde In. And I haven't even told you what they mean… Continue reading Do You Live from the Inside Out or Outside In?

Overcoming Self-loathing and Anxiety, Self-Love and Self-Directed Kindness

What I Learned from Dennis and Snakes

You might not know it to look at me now, but I used to be pretty good at catching snakes.  I've become a bit too tame and indoorsy in recent years.  When I was in elementary school, I went to my favorite camp in the world, Camp Tilikum, every summer.  I loved Tilikum for a lot of… Continue reading What I Learned from Dennis and Snakes

Self-Love and Self-Directed Kindness

How I Survived Curly Hair and Stopped Hating Jennifer Aniston

First of all, I definitely have curly hair, but I didn't really hate Jennifer Aniston. We just had a bit of a falling out, but I will get to that in a minute. What I want to talk about first is how I survived curly hair, which is no easy task. I have always had… Continue reading How I Survived Curly Hair and Stopped Hating Jennifer Aniston

Overcoming Self-loathing and Anxiety, Practices for Cultivating Love, Self-compassion, Uncategorized

Why You Should Listen to Your Dreams

Sometimes we may feel like listening to our dreams is a waste of time. But that's not true. On the contrary, listening to our dreams is a wonderful use of time. Our dreams are often a more robust, loving version of ourselves inviting us to be more fully alive. Such activity is a wonderful use… Continue reading Why You Should Listen to Your Dreams

Poetry

Your Magic

Last night I was channeling Shel Silverstein, and I wrote a poem about you and your magic. Remembering our magic is important because we often feel like we are purposeless or insignificant. But the opposite is true. All of us are worthy, capable, connected, and called to adventure. We are worthy we because we possess… Continue reading Your Magic