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February 2, 2019

As we celebrate the month of Valentine’s Day, I want to wish you more love and happiness than you could ever imagine, not just this month, but every month throughout the year and beyond.

I am deeply grateful and appreciative to all of my clients for giving me the opportunity to help them in ways I could not have fathomed before I started to fulfill my Soul contract 33 years ago. It is deeply gratifying to be fulfilling my Soul purpose by being of service to those I work with and freeing them...

January 23, 2018

Do you experience chronic anxiety or depression? How do you feel with new situations or relationships, whether it be work or personal? For example, an abusive mother who was critical and berated you on a regular basis, may be a leading cause of low self esteem.

It helps to identify the symptoms you experience and then the triggers, or root causes, that leading to anxiety and depression. The chronic feelings you may experience of not being good enough may be playing out in your current re...

August 29, 2017

Have you noticed the trend with more and more commercials on television and radio focusing on pharmaceuticals, trying to influence the public to use medication to solve their problems?

The pharmaceutical industry is a multi-trillion dollar industry. There is an increasing push by drug companies to get people to buy their products in order to increase their profits, despite the fact that these drugs are harmful in many ways. As most of us know, they create harmful side effects, cause additiona...

May 12, 2016

I have discussed the importance of clearing the source of a problem, rather than just the symptoms many times. However, it can often be difficult to recognize that there is a problem if it has been buried deeper over the years, showing few symptoms or those easier to ignore. Perhaps the root cause is completely forgotten and you are able to push through and ignore the symptoms most of the time, convincing yourself that you are perfectly fine. 

But then, something happens. Suddenly,...

November 20, 2015

A favorite quote of mine comes from Calling in the One by Katherine Woodward Thomas.

“Our unhealed wounds are invisible prisons - capturing us with our iron bars just as surely as if we were locked inside cold gray concrete walls. Sometimes it seems, no matter how hard we try to escape, that we will forever be prisoners of our own sad stories, doomed to repeat painful dynamics over and over again, in spite of our wishes to the contrary.”

I see this with people over and over, both personally an...

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