"Boundaries are where our generosity ends and another's responsibility begins." ~Trish Whynot
I expect to see crocuses and daffodils this time of year but a bomb at the height of the Boston Marathon? I have trouble wrapping my mind around the logic in that...
"Happiness is not about the fulfillment of desires: it's about honoring your heart along the way."
A client often winds up in my office because life didn’t go his or her way...
I can’t be at home with who I am when my closets are filled with who I used to be.
Holding onto things can only serve to feed my old scarcity mentality, which I am ready to retire. I’d like to trust that if I need to reference something that it will find it’s way to me...
How to Tell the Truth About Love
"Vulnerability is honesty without a warranty." ~Trish Whynot
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays because it celebrates love. If I could offer you a pearl of love wisdom it would be...
"Forgive, forgive, forgive... for all the times you put too much faith in others and not enough faith in yourself." ~Trish Whynot
Messages that are hidden within a client’s circumstances come to the surface in a session similarly to the way in which hidden meaning bubbles to the surface in a movie. If you haven’t seen The River Why yet,, this could be a spoiler.
Have you seen the movie, "Life of Pi"? Did you happen to catch its profound parable on fear? I love to find hidden meaning in things. If you haven’t seen it yet, WARNING, this is a spoiler.
When fear is our motivator, what happens is that we try to prevent what we fear from happening. Our culture is founded on this very concept.
Open your heart when you detect negativity you might be questioning? Why? How?
Why is it that sometimes an encounter touches us so deeply that we have to put it aside until we are able to fully digest its majesty?
Vulnerability is honesty without a warranty. It has lots of facets, sharing sensitive info being one. But with who and why do we share our secrets?
When you let yourself feel Love, you feel a presence in your heart. From there, you have a choice to brush it off or breathe it in. When you breathe it in, it glows like an ember glows when you blow on it. It fills you and takes you to heavenly heights.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you've been hurt by an intimate partner (maybe even repeatedly) and he/she doesn't want to resolve it with you? Where do you go from there?
If there were no eruptions, there would be no mistakes.
Have you ever been thrown under the bus?
It really hurts.
Would you rather be loved than be judged? Doesn't that even sound like a dumb question? Well if you flip it, it might require a little reflection.
One of my clients was working on changing her "not good enough" belief to "I am equally and uniquely valuable."