2017 was a challenging year for many of us, but it brought many of us together as well. Here's a poem that I penned to welcome 2018, which I am most certain will bring us more meaning, joy, and love.

I share my own framework for embarking on inner questings that does not require leaving everything behind to start anew: basically for anyone that’s interested in leading a life closer to or is their true calling.

In this post, I want to first share with you my own take on a little known 75% Rule, and then some insights I’ve come to gain on the remaining and nagging 25%.

We live much of our lives not realizing that our inner self has healing work that needs our attention. In my last post, I listed ways to accessing healing. In this post, I want to get a bit deeper into what I think a process of healing looks like, illustrated in more or less chronological... Continue Reading →

Over the last two weeks, I've been thinking a lot about healing. This, following reading news of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington's suicide on Chris Cornell's birthday. Specifically, I've been contemplative about the difference between those of us who overcome depression and those who do not, and if the key is our ability to access healing.... Continue Reading →

In 2012, I stayed in Antigua Guatemala for 4 weeks to get over a heartbreak. In 2016, I penned this poem to express my gratitude to all that Antigua has given me, has meant to me.

In this next series of posts, I’m switching gears and instead explore this same theme but from a different angle: what if. This “what if” intention is so crucial because it is from the place of “what if”, where we imagine a more joyous and beautiful life that’s worth our living.

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