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Boulder, CO 80302

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June 9, 2017

“Your emotions, like a painter, color the way you see the world.” 

Our June 9th full moon is in the house of Sagittarius.  It is a time to broaden our experience of ourselves.  Full moons are often associated with the full expression of emotions.  They can encourage romance and true love or inspire raging anger and terror. 

What are you feeling today? 

Modern neuroscience reveals that our emotions define our lives. Did you know that decisions you thought were rational are actually based on your emotions?  Research now shows that both our vision and hear...

May 10, 2017

“Ann was a southern girl with a radical heart. At the center of everything she did was a true sense of compassion and caring for people.” 

~ Ann Dudley

A eulogy is a remembrance spoken at a funeral by a close friend or relative of the person who has died. It is not an obituary printed in a newspaper listing accomplishments and those who live on. A eulogy is a testament to the meaning in your life.

As an exercise, writing your own eulogy allows you to pause and consider, “How will I be remembered? Does my life reflect the values that are important to me?”  It can hel...

March 11, 2017

Love the moment and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries."

– Corita Kent 

Living  consciously is a sensual endeavor.

We receive information through the five senses of sight, touch, taste, smell and hearing. These sense memories that we gather throughout our lives inform our attitudes, emotions and actions. Beyond our core senses, we have other, more sensitive, ways of engaging the world around us.

All living beings generate electromagnetic fields (or biofields) that have the ability to receive information and deliver instructions. Movement of ce...

November 29, 2016

We are story tellers.

A life review is an opportunity to engage in story when your life is in transition. Where have you been? Are there regrets? What are the lessons? By reviewing the past, you can step into your future with clarity and intention. Each story is unique.

But, there is a larger story to remember, one of our connection to nature, the earth and the universe that we all reside in.

In her poem, “Remember,” poet Joy Harjo reminds us to create grander stories that call us to attention in our lives and remember.


Remember the sky that you were born u...

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