There's something within our humanity that longs for our stories and experiences to be heard, seen, and felt by others...
Ancient text, and many modern ones, speak to the idea of having our hearts open. But what does that even mean? I...
Growing up, I remember how much a part of me enjoyed playing games where there were rules. Games like dodgeball,...
It seems an understatement to say the human body is complex. How can we tap into and honor its full potential and wisdom?
A distracted mind often leads to an absent heart. What’s in the way of being more connected with those around us?
People Are Going to Judge, No Matter How Short, Long, or High Your Hair Is. Five life lessons I learned during my time rocking a Mohawk.
What are the crucial elements to creating relationships that are joyful, healthy, and meaningful for everyone involved.
Being clear whether something is a need, want, or desire makes it easier to get what we want.
Our bodies are sophisticated, interconnected bundles of joy, when we learnt soften and let them Be.
The best relationships are those where partners dance as equals with presence and awareness.
How can we gracefully allow love back in after difficult experiences and heartbreak?
The term “conscious” tends to be an overused buzz word, but can also hold the key to more of what we really want.
Our culture tells us getting a no means we are passive and weak. What if there’s more to it than that?
The most tragic aspect of modern relationships is the emphasis on all or nothing. What if there’s another way?
What do we lose when we’re told how to be, how to act, and how to be like everyone else?
All too often we forsake the divine for a hormonal crash of bodies and sweat. There’s more to it, isn’t there?
Learning how to find our stability, stay grounded, and centered can be a challenging practice in an uncertain world
When we desire authentic relationships with others, the more we experience ourselves, the more others experience us.
Why are we are afraid of revealing more of ourselves, when it’s also what we most deeply desire?
Have you ever said yes when you meant no? Or went along with something because you didn’t want to upset anyone? I know I have.
It’s all too easy to assume and guess someone else’s experience. How can we avoid this pitfall and create more connection instead?
How do we tell the difference between being lead by our primal desires or if we are being called to action by our hearts and higher wisdom?
We seem to have forgotten how grief is a natural part of being human, just as much as joy, celebration, and ecstasy.
As we increase intimacy with ourselves we experience more of what it means to be alive, connected, and human.
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