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Building Inclusive Spirituality

posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017

by: in Spirituality

When you find yourself on the fringes of a traditional faith, your expression of spirituality can take on different forms. I struggled for a while, with reconciling my spiritual experiences with my lived experiences and the spiritual “food” that used to nourish me. I often walked away from a book, lecture or workshop feeling empty […]

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Book Review: Big Miracles by Joanna Garzilli

posted Friday, April 14, 2017

by: in Spirituality

The weather lately has been perfect for curling up with a good book, while the rain falls and Spring sorts out its dips in temperatures ahead of Summer. One book in particular that jumped out as a need-to-share is: Big Miracles by Joanna Garzilli. I’m a student of A Course in Miracles, and as a result […]

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Difficult People Are Your Soulmates

posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017

by: in Spirituality

We all know them, or have been them at one point or another, and they meet us in the places we least expect or want to see them. They are the difficult people with whom we can’t seem to meet eye-to-eye, whose words, behaviours or energy can drain us and push all of the right […]

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From The Heart To The Page: Ruth Fishel’s New Book “Time For Me”

posted Saturday, March 5, 2016

by: in Spirituality

There are books that talk about self-care in meaningful ways and then there are books which actually make good on the promises they make about how helpful they will be. “Time for Me” by Ruth Fishel happens to be one of these books and I couldn’t help but share with you. When it made it […]

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All You Need Is Now

posted Wednesday, January 27, 2016

by: in Spirituality

I lay on the stretcher, heartbeat fading in and out, the nurses in ER unable to find my pulse. Slipping in and out of consciousness, I was struggling to understand what was happening between being awake and falling back into the blackness that slowly blanketed my vision before fading the world out completely. The nurse […]

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Five Ways to Take Your Power Back

posted Sunday, November 15, 2015

by: in Spirituality

Last week I talked a little bit about power and how we give it away, but the question remains as to what can we do to keep power? How do we feel empowered and stand in our strength? I’m a fan of simplicity and a few actions that cover many bases, which is why I […]

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10 Ways We Give Away Our Power

posted Saturday, October 24, 2015

by: in Spirituality

Power is a funny thing, because the times where we feel like we have the least amounts of it are the moments where we arguably have the most of it. We simply need to understand how to best use that power and awaken the will within ourselves to move the mountains we are here to […]

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10 Self-Care Rituals To Start Today

posted Wednesday, September 9, 2015

by: in Spirituality

It came up twice this week and I thought it warranted a blog post on its own. Self-care. It’s not just a buzz-word, generating it’s own kind of pop culture heat. The reality is that it’s an important ingredient in keeping yourself in your best shape. Whether we want to believe it or not, it […]

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A Letter to My Twelve Year Old Self

posted Thursday, July 30, 2015

by: in Spirituality

Inspired by an Oprah post, I thought about the spiritual significance of what I would say now, to a younger me and how little I spoke to that place I was in so many years ago. We often forget to be as vocal about our gratitude for ourselves as we are for what others put […]

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10 Ways to Protect Yourself From Adult Bullying

posted Saturday, June 20, 2015

by: in Spirituality

Gossip, rumors and lies, oh my! We’ve all witnessed it, heard it or seen it happen. It doesn’t always happen in ways that we can speak out about in public though. That’s the nature of bullying, and most of it happens behind closed doors so that we don’t know what’s going on. It’s how it […]

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