Tag Archives: Authenticity

The World Needs You Now!

Tweet   Once upon a time I worked with a brilliant, witty man.  Let’s call him John.  John was one of the funniest, wittiest people I know.  And he was a brilliant writer. How do I know this?  During the … Continue reading

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Why Asking Your Spirit Guides to Find A Great Pair of Shoes is Not Frivolous

Tweet (Unfortunately I do not own these shoes…) I have heard the opinion that asking your guides, and using your intuition, for anything other than “serious” what-is-my-soul-purpose kinds of requests is not okay. Personally, I use my guides and my … Continue reading

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Commitment is Cool – Babysteps Part 2

Tweet In my last post I wrote about how I was finally able to start doing my intuitive work in my office.  To feel worthy about starting my intuitive work in my office, I had to acknowledge my discomfort about … Continue reading

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Are You Over-Giving? Emotional Boundaries and Authenticity

Tweet   Recently I was resentful, grouchy and feeling very taken advantage of in a relationship with another person.  What was going on?  Once I figured it out, it revived an old lesson for me about setting emotional boundaries that happened long … Continue reading

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Total Authenticity – Manifest Your Best Life!

Tweet For the last little while, I had been mulling over how using your intuition to guide your life, being totally authentic and manifesting, all connected to each other. I intuitively know they are connected, but I was struggling with … Continue reading

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Embrace Hibernation!

Tweet The Bad Side of Feeling Too Much I always knew that the holiday season was a terrible time for me emotionally, but I never completely realized what it was about until this Christmas. I have just recently identified as … Continue reading

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Take Me to the River

Tweet Take Me To the River Yesterday I returned from a journey by slow boat.  It was exotic. I saw wild animals and birds. I smelled the ripening earthy smells of plants, the cleansing palate of the water.  I watched … Continue reading

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I Take My Fun Seriously

Tweet Mama always told me not to look into the sights of the sun Oh but mama that’s where the fun is… -Blinded By the Light – Bruce Springsteen I Take My Fun Seriously As stupid as it sounds, from … Continue reading

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So Long Soul Suckers!

Tweet Yesterday was March 31. This is a significant day of the year for me.  It was the last official day of my old job. Four years ago, I was unceremoniously and rudely dismissed from my job.  I know now this … Continue reading

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Conduit of Joy!

Tweet While I was buffetted around by the crowd at a Sheryl Crow concert, this phrase came into my head.”Conduit of Joy”. What was that supposed to mean? Sheryl Crow is of one of my favourite singers.  Her authenticity hits me … Continue reading

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