Tag: overcoming

Coffee House Heartache, Starting The Book, Getting Out Of My Routine to Heal, and knowing I’m going to get really raw & vulnerable in the name of finding mySelf and leading you to yours. (5min read)

The birthing of a book started today and this is an excerpt from the first chapter. Near the end of the first chapter where I already laid a lot of groundwork on things you may not understand when reading this bit. However, I hope you enjoy. Although my blog will not contain much from the book itself… I hope you find it interesting and I will keep you posted as it builds, grows and becomes. Thank you for reading and I would love your words of encouragement in the comments! It’s not easy putting it all out there yet I’ve found it creates an amazing space for us all to heal, feel less alone and find the ability to embrace our uniqueness.

Exposing My Grief through Heartache, My Story and JRR Tolkien

Recent events have been a huge catalyst to help me remember who I am, the roads I’ve traveled, the lessons and gifts I’ve gathered along a journey with more than a fair share of grief and heartache. The grief experienced in the most part due to deaths within my close, soul-family & actual family departing

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Rising up! 

I’m not a religious person, yet I’ve always aligned with the parable about Paul, or is it Saul, on the road to Damascus. When he’s blinded by the light of understanding- my take on it – and is forever changed.  Yep, I’m versed and I dig any wisdom tradition.  Educate yourself and be open. Everything

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Learning about Yourself Through Love and Letting Go

Learn * Share * Teach * Master :  How the Chopra Center’s Mission Statement has become my Own Personal Road To Enlightenment — (long blog, worth the read to start healing)   The way in which we relate to ourselves and how that impacts everything in our lives is why I write about relationships. This journey

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Writings from a friend and musings on love.

Sharing a memory from a few years ago… or maybe just last year. Time is a funny thing.  A very dear friend and I exchange poetry a lot on FB and messages etc…prior to my blogging days. His writing below will sing to your soul. Don’t forget the trail of love you leave behind that

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