Tag: life

Lone Wolf stage is over

I don’t want to do this alone I’ve realized I don’t have to do this alone Any of it. There are so many amazing, powerful, inspirational women and men out there doing this work. I get to work with them. We get to create together. I want to co-create. I want to support. I want

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No to Societal Conditioning

Societal conditioning tells me that I should be worried. (I’m not) That it’s not ok to have close relationships with the opposite sex. (It is) That you should only get your needs met by your partner. (Nope) I call bullshit. Humans originally were raised in tribes. Where we all lent on each other and had

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You can’t be spiritual if you do that

I am a woman who will drink soft drink while eating a salad. The type who will visit the mob museum and follow it up with the Titanic exhibit when in Vegas. The type of woman who will gladly jump in the water with sharks and even swim towards them but almost break down and

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To the girl I was then – I forgive you

To the girl I was then – I forgive you. I forgive you for believing that you didn’t matter. I forgive you for thinking that what you had to say wasn’t worth other people listening. I forgive you for thinking you needed to be perfect to help anyone else. I forgive you for the things

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“Touch me. Don’t stop.”

The last piece of my puzzle, of this particular journey, fell into place. I never realized how much I wanted to be touched by people now. I walked around giving touch to people and feeling really fucking happy. I was in my natural state. The one I’ve come to love and adore. And I felt

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The Surrender Experiment

Next time you want to say No, consider saying Yes. Because you just never know where it may lead you. Surrender has this beautiful way of giving you what you deeply need underneath what you think you want. Reading The Surrender Experiment by Michael A Singer has me thinking about the times in my life

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Remember

When I was on a call to discuss about becoming a facilitator for a collective there was a moment that bought tears to my eyes. That moment was when she was describing the moment someone is coming out of their darkness and we get to witness that freedom in their eyes, the realization that they

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