Six years ago, I pulled into the parking lot of the Humane Society in Dillon, Montana. I had an appointment to see a springer spaniel; when I got out of my car and looked around, there was a small, furry, black dog in an outdoor kennel by himself. He was limping, "poor thing," I thought … Continue reading Sensing

Slow and Steady

Over the past four years, I've been trading sessions with a peer coach. We studied together in the same coaching certification program and have spoken with one another almost every week over those years. We've gone in very different directions professionally - she is now a successful executive coach while I turned to integrate my … Continue reading Slow and Steady

Shabbos Oracle

Night has fallen, candles have been lit; the peace of the Sabbath descends upon my home. May the peace of Shabbos fill you and yours as well. Today, my social media timelines are filled with the acknowledgement and honoring of women as the world considers International Women's Day. I head a lot of political head talking and … Continue reading Shabbos Oracle

Not Alone

Guidance for the week of March 3 through March 9 Guardian Angel You are not alone. Do you believe that? Why? Why not? Take a few moments to really think about these two questions, perhaps take a few moments to write in your journal about what angels might be, whether guardian angels are possible, and … Continue reading Not Alone

A World of Symbols

You live - we all live - in a world of symbols. Spirit, the sacred, is communicating with us all the time. Every moment. Whatever you see, hear, smell, taste, touch or sense is a symbol, even at the most biological of levels. Your nervous systems takes in vibration/signal/symbols and turn it into meaning in … Continue reading A World of Symbols

Shabbos Oracle

Night has fallen, candles have been lit, and silence is tucked in around my home with the murmurs of the sleeping dog and the crackling of the fire the only sounds within. Oh, and the keyboard clicking as I consider how to relay this Shabbos message to you. Although I no longer follow the practices … Continue reading Shabbos Oracle

Wild Ox

What do you do when someone tries to shame you? When they want you to question your experiences, your observations, your knowledge, or intuition? For me, it's very unsettling - I can feel the ground slipping beneath my feet and the slippery slope of falling back into old beliefs, old thought patterns, old and not … Continue reading Wild Ox

Confidence Game

I had a client recently who was excited about being invited to participate on a panel of presenters for a professional group he was involved in. After the group released a web page that included the professional profiles of each of the presenters, he began to feel more and more out of place. All the … Continue reading Confidence Game

Six Card Reading

Today was a very quiet day. It might have been a little too quiet after the past few months which were so full of change and restlessness and busy-ness. Taking a few full days to be at home, to allow some peace to flow without too much pressure felt ... odd. I felt a little … Continue reading Six Card Reading