You are here to carry your light into an awakening world. Take timeto celebrate yourselfthis season. Today is the Winter Solstice, a time to celebrate the returning light, and reflect on the year coming to a close. On this day, I hope you will remember that you are part of the light that is returning, […]
The Art of Connection: Making Friends I’ll Never Meet
Somewhere in the last ten years I turned into a voracious reader. I’ve always loved storytelling, especially in visual media such as films, television series, and even dance. But lately, I just can’t seem to get enough of books. Each one is its own universe, an invitation to activate my imagination and perceive life through a completely different lens. Some books are fast food, enjoyed for a moment and forgotten. Others leave an indelible mark, shaping me in ways it might take years to fully understand.
Learning to Let Go
Have you ever met someone and known from the start that an angel had been sent to grace your life?
That’s how I felt in October of 2012. Frank had gone off to Japan for a fifteen-day adventure, leaving me with an unusual stretch of solitude. In a stroke of serendipity just weeks before, I’d reached out to Peggy Fitzsimmons, having heard remarkable stories of her de-cluttering magic. She happened to be free in October, and we booked five full days of work together.