Counting On Spam

Got borders and boundaries? As hard as I've worked to instill these necessary behavioral guardrails, every so often I will be made aware that my practice of  "waiting in the cupboard" has resurfaced. If this is one of your challenges as well, simply picture the blue can and remember: you’re NOBODY’S spam. Sometimes we just … Continue reading Counting On Spam

Connecting with your beast

As a lover of spiritual symbolism, it's no surprise that the movie Avatar is one of my favorites. Perhaps that's also because the movie is described as an "action adventure journey of self discovery" which happens to be an attitude about our lives in general that I aspire to encourage. And while we're expected to exist day-to-day in "reality" … Continue reading Connecting with your beast

Learning to bend One of my favorite quotes from the movie The Matrix: Spoon boy: Do not try and bend the spoon. That's impossible. Instead... only try to realize the truth. Neo: What truth? Spoon boy: There is no spoon. Neo: There is no spoon? Spoon boy: Then you'll see, that it is not the spoon that … Continue reading Learning to bend

Shut down (#pain4fuel Part2)

Not long after I wrote my last post and began using the #pain4fuel hashtag, I received a slight warning "thwack" (bear with me here- I just don't know how else to describe it) in the inner sanctum of my consciousness warning me to be ready to "put my money where my mouth is". In other … Continue reading Shut down (#pain4fuel Part2)

Pain: BRING IT -here’s why

I'm not going to sugarcoat this, nor am I going to drag out the message because it's been laid on my heart that its delivery today is crucial to many. Therefore, we're going to simplify it down to a snack-size wisdom morsel that I want you to pack up, stick inside the pocket of your … Continue reading Pain: BRING IT -here’s why

Outcome? Release it

I'm going to tell you one thing you can do today that will allow you to reach your goals. It's not a new concept and it's one I've referred to many times on this blog, but it bears repeating. In many instances applying this practice will go against what you've been conditioned to believe and … Continue reading Outcome? Release it