The Story of Unity

"Exponential time is like dropping a pebble into the pond. Centrifugal rings ripple out in all directions. As the rings from me ripple out and, for instance someone else’s rings are rippling out, as they intersect, it creates alchemy." —Almine

View the vibrationally infused image Unity. This week, I was wanting some music. I was going to to create some new imagery to represent various essences we could embody and pulse out. I googled around to find some audio tracks which were on a deeper level but nothing was speaking to me or feeling meaningful…   Read More

Birth of an Image

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

Discover more Inner Wisdom Cards. A friend once asked, “How do you create these images?” I realized as I sat with the question that it is so difficult to put words to what I do since it’s such a flowing and intuitive process. It’s in my heart and my soul to create these. To me,…   Read More

Ugly Drinks and Dynamic Laws of Healing

Ugliest Drink I've Ever Loved

“Only good shall come from this.” –Catherine Ponder Cheers to the ugliest drink I’ve ever loved … Baby spinach ‘n strawberry smoothie, you have my heart! I’m totally good emotionally yet have been playing hostess to some interesting visitors who just rolled into town unexpectedly this week … Welcome, pain in my hip that feels…   Read More

Dancing in the Rain

Wall art: "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass ... It's learning to dance in the rain."

“Life is a highway – I want to ride it all night long …” —Tom Cochrane Note to reader-friends: What’s to come is not a so-called “bad” story … so lift yourself to a level high above and view it from a heart-smile place. Are you smiling? Yeah yeah, there, now you have it! Ok,…   Read More

Turning It Around

Life begins where fear ends —Osho

“An unquestioned mind is the only suffering.” —Byron Katie Thought appears: “The pain is incessant.” Is that true? “No. Actually, the pain feels incessant, with pockets of relief.” (Notice that feels better, remembering that there are pockets of relief.) How do you feel when you think that thought, “The pain is incessant”? “Hopeless.” Who would…   Read More