Closeness

We can only be truly close with someone else, once we're able to let go and simply "be" ourselves. "Being" is not thinking, not analyzing, not planning, not evaluating. It's neither about doing nor having. Being oneself is total surrender. It's putting all your walls down, dissolving them back into the ether. It's asking Spirit …

My Ask

Dear Universe, I am asking for nourishing connections, mind-blowing experiences, soulful moments and fulfilling co-creations. Crack my heart open that I may allow myself to receive. Om~

Drop the Polarity

Drop the need to find the rightness in yourself and in the situation you're in. On one hand, looking for what's right helps get us out of a downward spiral. It can quickly snap us out of negative thinking. It can usher us towards stillness and contemplation. It can help us receive clarity, support, and …

There’s no such thing as “too much” Independence

There's no such thing as "too much" independence. Independence or self-sufficiency isn't the culprit but the unwillingness to receive. The Empress archetype is self-sufficient, no doubt, and yet she is the epitome of receptivity. We can be in our power and also feminine - yielding, open, receiving of all that life is offering us. We …

We are meant to Flow

Our fixation on definitions, appearances, and outcomes creates difficulty in our lives. They make us struggle because we are making things happen by pushing, pulling and twisting ourselves, other people and situations. If we let go of our fixation and live according to the flow of energy, life stops being difficult. Life has its own …

Problems No More

My sister-in-law, in one of our usual juicy conversations, asked me "When something difficult happens, how do you usually move on? How do you get yourself "out" of it?" Aha. Interesting question. What's more interesting? I couldn't seem to find an answer to it. It took me a few seconds of going around in circles …

Mirroring

What bothers us in others needs healing in ourselves. Most of the time we are oblivious to our patterns. We don't notice the trail of situations we leave behind, the stories that seem to repeat themselves, the types of people that seem to follow us anywhere we go. Sometimes, it takes another person to point …