The People on the Bus

The People on the Bus

Let’s pretend you are a bus. Your higher self (spirit, consciousness, divine self) has been appointed the driver. Because all of the things that exist are within you, they are all on this bus. Joy, peace, abundance, and love, but also depression, anger,...
I’ve Been a Bad Friend

I’ve Been a Bad Friend

In this lifetime, I haven’t been very good at emotions. Not feeling them, not identifying them, and definitely not sharing them. Much of my personal work has focused on this area and that last one about sharing my emotions is a huge stretch for me. It’s just so...
Five Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Anger

Five Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Anger

Anger is unpleasant in all shapes and forms. Whether it’s a bubbling pool of lava beneath the surface or a full-blown eruption, it doesn’t feel good. Not for the person feeling it and not for anybody around them. What’s interesting about anger is how often it...
“Tiny” Trauma

“Tiny” Trauma

I didn’t truly know love until I had kids. Up until then, I thought emotions were for the mentally weak (I know that sounds terrible). I couldn’t fathom why anyone would want to walk around “feeling” all the time when you could just suck it up and move on. I just...
Feel Forward

Feel Forward

I used to always know what action to take. I thought my brain was the most reliable and efficient resource I had. I was a logical, linear, one-obvious-right-path-forward thinker. Planning? Easy! I was comfortable choosing goals, creating steps, and taking action....