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Serve Yourself (Perhaps on a Bed of Baby Lettuce)

Meditating this morning I flashed on my upcoming Kripalu retreat Stepping into your S-hero’s Journey and how I want to start planning it… I started to wonder: How will I help women step into their power, their savoring, their serving? (It’s the first time I’ve lead this retreat.) Thoughts began crowding around offering very useful […]

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Union, Carrot Juice and Your Gorgeous Unique Heart

Shazaaaaam! My last post about letting go of boxes, the box of who I am or who think I’m supposed to be, strummed a cord of freedom with so many of you. We see how we get in the way of savoring and serving – for entire moments at a time (insert wry grin). Here’s […]

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The Savor and Serve Experiment Begins

Today is the first day of my new adventure, The Serving and Savoring Experiment. It’s a memoir of one year in which I explore the sweet spot where my desire to savor life meets my desire to serve the world. In which I ask “Can knitting together savoring & serving create more sexy soulful aliveness […]

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Holy Selfishness

What is calling to you, what is yours to do in the world, is calling to you clearly. Clearly! What is calling to you to do is not one inch to the left or right, it’s not over there behind the potato chips – it’s exactly in front of you. Yes, that flash, that gut […]

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Don’t Believe the Mean Voices

Here is how it seems to me this morning: Life is here, offering itself to you. Are you going to take it up on its offer? I am. I will forget I said that in just a moment, because fear will kidnap my heart and ride away with my desires. Until I remember again. I […]

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Are You Paralyzed or Incubating?

How do you discern the difference between incubation (listening for what wants to come next) and paralyzation (over thinking anyone)? Step one: don’t think there is ONE answer to this question or that you can know FOR SURE what the best perfect thing to do is. Wanting that is a sure sign of being paralyzed. […]

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