Intuitive Healing

Welcome to Hell: Over 99 Billion Served

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read this when you feel you're in hell

Welcome to Hell where we serve billions daily 🙂 And we want to extend an especially warm welcome to those of you who’ve arrived from Facebook or doing your taxes! Also to those of you disgusted with your career, or your body, or your love life. Woo hoo! Politics! Climate Change! State of the world! We’re so glad you’re here. We’ve been stoking the fires just for you. Your pain is our first priority. For those of you who keep asking, “How did I get here?” we’ll give you the… …Read More »

Intuitive Healing

On Healing Our Religious-Icky

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Healing the Religious Icky

Many of us left childhood with some seriously warped understandings about God. It’s hard when the early teachings of our little selves bump up against the infinite and timeless beings we actually are. A spiritual practice is going to bring these bumps along for healing on your journey to wholeness and it’s important you allow yourself to heal the “religious-icky” (that’s what I call it) you may be carrying. We often find a curiosity at first about how this spirituality thing goes together with the limitations of our early religious… …Read More »

Entrepreneur

Love is the Metric

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Several years ago I was interviewed on a podcast. It was one of the first interviews I had done and I was so excited about the opportunity to share my message with a wider audience. I felt a powerful presence within as I spoke, an effervescence that had an after-feel of butter melting. Parts of my own being were clarifying in that conversation, ones which lacked the oomph and stamina to get themselves over the hump previously. Afterward, I felt expanded, there was an inner awareness which knew something very… …Read More »

Rock Star Readings

Preparation-H of the Very Best Kind

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Preparation-H of the Very Best Kind

Do you prepare for happiness? Think about all the ways you prepare for things in your life. What do you notice yourself preparing for? You prepare for what you’re going to say to this person about that thing that happened. Or how you’re going to tell the people you can’t do that thing you said you’d do. We prepare to deal with the pain-in-the-arse person. For our response. For attack. Rejection. Loss. Disappointment. For work, for lunches. But how often are we preparing for our happiness? Isn’t it more often… …Read More »