Category: appreciation

The Blessing I Got on the Day Maya Angelou Died

Woman - Inspired by Maya Angelou Quote

Dr. Maya Angelou crossed over the veil yesterday.  As I watch the various posts and news articles cross my feed, I just soaked her love and wisdom in.  I took for granted that she would not just always be there.  And now that she is gone, I am so grateful for how much she has left us.

I painted a …

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The Sacred Seed – A Poem by Rafael Bejarno

The Sacred Seed by Rafael Bejarno

There is in me a stirring, of things to come, and of things that have always been there.  This weekend I attended a workshop with 50 other amazing coaches.  The thing I came away with was a sense of belonging and connection with other authentic beings who just want to change the world, one conversation at a time.


There …

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Giving Thanks


Today is Thanksgiving in the United States – a day we set aside to spend with family and friends ~ and to give thanks.  Did you know that giving thanks raises your vibes and your energy? It does.

Giving thanks is what I call an EVIDENCE EXERCISE – when we specifically look for and find evidence of the things we …

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Have You Met Your Angel-Ness?


I’ve met my Angel-ness.  Have you met yours?

Since I met her, my Angel-ness has helped me leave a safe, 175K a year, and life- sucking JOB, and leap off the ledge of solo-preneurship– and soar!

She helped me heal my marriage, take responsibility for my own shit, release blame, connect with magical and dear soul-friends, and introduced me to …

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Be like this!

hpaints (c)2012 Tasha Schmidt Used with permission

OMG…yes I just said that.  This series of photos came across my facebook stream today and I KNEW I had to share. Can you imagine combining the wisdom of your wise experienced self, with the expression, creativity, and willingness of a child? What could be possible?

You were like this when you were young….before someone told you to stop painting …

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should I stay or should I go

Sometimes, when I’m working from home…with just me and the dogs and the computer…. I feel like I don’t have an impact….and I question all the work I do that no one sees—it can be a pain to get all the little to-dos done. I find my self irritable, ready to throw in the towel…annoyed and even discouraged.

And then I have a conversation…and a connection….and all is right with the world and in my heart again. …

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