Archive of ‘Food For Thought’ category

Consciousness And Cautiousness Don’t Go Together.

Consciousness and cautiousness don’t go together. Caution, fear, suspicion makes the idea of loss bigger than it is. In reality, nothing real or worthwhile can be ‘lost’ or taken away from us. But we begin living like relentless guardians of ‘something important’, allowing cautiousness, suspicion, fear to prevail and dominate our psyche. This cautiousness chips […] Read more…

Inspiration: Rumi, Magic Mike and the Motherwound

Creative Problem Solving with Zen Concepts

17 Ways to Create Boundaries and Say Hell No

Last week, I wrote a post on Facebook that garnered a LOT of interest, shares and discussion in the community. I talked about my struggles with setting boundaries when I started my coaching practice. I talked about how, after a while, the joy and freedom I’d hoped to experience with my work started to elude […] Read more…

When Guilt Destroys Your Inner Peace

I often joke with my girlfriends and clients that for us, guilt is like the Starbucks coffee store: right around the corner. But there are physical, emotional and spiritual health risks of feeling guilty about everything and letting it control our lives. Knots in the stomach, fatigue, fogginess, migraines, a weakened immune system and flare […] Read more…

Sorry, Not Sorry

I’m Sorry. How often do you use these words? Research says if you’re a woman you’re way more likely to use them than men. Words are powerful. Frank Outlaw famously said: Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions, they become habits. Watch your habits, they become character. Watch […] Read more…

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