Welcome to the blog

It's like the journal I started in 2005, but with less furious scribbles, watermarks from my tears and various snacks....But now I’ve included more field guides, articles, book excerpts, and loads of juicy stuff.

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How to Heal Emotionally

How to Heal Emotionally | The 5 Key Stages

Emotional healing is an ever-deepening process. However, we can often fall for the illusion that tells us, “one day, I will be healed.” This little controlling voice starts driving you towards perfection, taking charge of…

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Calm and Refocus Technique Kiran Trace

Calm and Refocus with This 5-Minute Technique

Kiran describes this as a tool for energetic “tune-up.” This tool provides energetic support to your own integrity, regardless of the field you are in and regardless of the collective energy. We can use it…

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What we don’t understand about sexuality and misconduct

In this talk, Kiran speaks about the conversation nobody is having around sex. Recorded at the 2018 Science and Non-Duality conference in San Jose, CA.

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End Rape Culture

Rape, The Politics of Rape and How We Collectively Heal

In this conversation with Kiran Trace, recorded in 2016, she reviews her teachings of Delicious Yes, and how we can implement this to find fulfillment. She also speaks very vulnerably about sexual misconduct from her…

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A Human Dilemma

When we are in pain, suffering, and stuck against some vicious patterns, the grace in this is that we must act. Finally, we have to risk change. Perhaps we dare to pray, or find other…

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12 Ways We Unconsciously Violate Children’s Boundaries

In my last post, I talked about boundaries. Naturally, many of you started looking at where your fear of boundaries originally came from, and where you struggle. And some of you started to notice how…

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Setting Personal Boundaries

How to Set Personal Boundaries in 4 Quick Steps

My goodness, I could talk about boundaries all day and still not cover it all! I don’t play around with any spiritual ideas about boundaries being unnecessary. You know: there are no such thing as…

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Creating our world|Where Science and Spirit meet.

Lately I have been curious about little similarities between science and spirituality. Maybe it’s the lineup of science/spirituality conferences that populate Northern California or my regular curiosity about how science connects into the deeper reality..…

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The real reason we suffer

I’ve been preaching up a storm lately. It’s an old favorite sermon of mine, all about the limitless possibility in front of you: “Fulfillment, people! Reach for fulfillment!” Recently, it seems like a fire has…

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Freedom is Possible

I spent some time recently with some very lovely, aware folks. These are friends that have a huge capacity for stillness. And we got into some really nice, deep topics of conversation. One of the…

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How to Recover from Emotional Trauma

What is Emotional Trauma + the Signs and Symptoms

In my private practice, a prevalent question exists: what exactly is emotional trauma? I will often hear people referring to their painful patterns as “trauma”, or their pain as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). However,…

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Healing Emotional Trauma on your own

Last week, I had this “can we heal alone?” conversation no less than five times. Then this week, a healer and very dear friend of mine sent out a newsletter on the same topic! It…

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The Ghost Inside Me

Shame is the ghost inside me… One of my beloved students said this to me today. We are in the final weeks of the Delicious Body class, and it gets so real at this stage.…

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There is a reason to stop holding your breath

So there is a delicious rhythm called ease, which some might even recognize as happiness, or joy. It feels very soft and spacious, yet somehow grounded. It’s the opposite rhythm of how most of us…

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If it’s all glory and bliss, why do I feel like crap?

A couple of weeks ago on the blog I talked about distortion, and how dangerous it can be. In that post, there was another obvious point that I want to focus on today. In that…

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