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Consistency… Are We Doing it Wrong?

Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere. Where I live the rain has been soaking the streets and parks occasionally, and the sun has been blazing increasingly longer into the the evening. We’re at that point in the year where anyone who is paying attention has...

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Celebrating the Balance of Light and Dark at Ostara

The not-so-old parable reads like this: An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance,...

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Snake Medicine

I had a very special encounter today… a blue-eyed serpent friend and I stopped each other in the garden! Snake medicine is about healing and evolution. These unique beings remind us that we must outgrow ourselves repeatedly, shedding our old skin and emerging as a...

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Self-Care and Honoring Winter Solstice

On this, the longest night of the year, I want to thank you for your support over the past year. My purpose here is to invite more serenity, vitality, depth, intuition, and ancient wisdom into my life, your life, and the lives of everyone else who is realizing...

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8 Steps to a Better Sleep

How’s your sleep these days? It’s a question I almost always ask my clients early in the therapeutic process. Sleep, while sometimes undervalued in our high-performance ‘busy’-glorifying society, could not be more vital to our well-being. When we sleep our brain files...

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Seasonal Depression & Autumn Magic

The Northern hemisphere is well past Equinox and moving toward the shortest day of the year. I have long struggled with this time of year. Although the brightly colored leaves are beautiful and everyone becomes more grateful for the sunny days, I always have a sense...

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The Medicine of Garlic Gardening

It’s time to plant garlic. Approximately. This crop is oh-so forgiving. Do you know how easy it is to grow your own garlic? Mine grows about 2 inches away from the cement of my front stoop, amongst a mini-rose and some coral bell plants. No veggie garden, no fencing,...

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I had a lovely conversation with a stranger at a cafe today who read aloud to me a haiku he wrote, and explained how the trees where he lives appear to be breathing. Watching them has taught him to listen in a way that years of meditation never did. In a way that...

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