“We have a human body in order to discover our own spiritual essence, and for no other reason. We are not down here simply to create a family, we do not incarnate just to work on an assembly line, and we are not here merely to find the ideal mate or to wear beautiful clothes. [...]
The Light and Sound teachings, of which I am a student, instruct that we incarnate into every physical form in our journey to know our true God selves. This happens along an evolutionary continuum, and yet since time and space are an illusion, it occurs in the now. This is the basis for my poem. [...]
Recently I turned down a book contract. Even as I write this I shake my head, incredulous. This might very well be an author’s greatest sin. But I had to. The Beloved has shown me that the physical world is practice. It is the playground where I hone my skills that ultimately take me into [...]
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The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”—Rumi Today is my mother and brother’s birthday. For our little brunch party, I supply dessert: chocolate cake layered with mousse. Though my mouth salivates at the sight of the delicacy, do I dare eat it? At this point in my life, even a little dessert [...]
Recently I got a new bicycle. It is shiny red and black with a little flame near the handlebars. Though I have been an avid cycler since I was a child, for various reasons I have not ridden in several years. Now I am back in the saddle. On my first day I head into [...]
I spent a decade writing a novel about a woman who races for a dream and gets something even better. Here is the video trailer. (Click on the cowgirl hat.) Please click here to learn more about The Baby Pact. At your local bookstore and on Amazon in October
What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.—Plutarch It’s four in the morning. The world is dark as I don eye goggles and a mask in order to plunge into the unknown. No, I am not spelunking into a lava cave, nor am I diving deep into a tropical ocean, though this takes as much [...]