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The Supermoon is Inside of You

Wow, did you get a chance to see the Supermoon? Spiritually speaking, this is a very potent time of year, and the full moon is a reminder that no matter what seems to be happening, life is brimming with possibilities.

If you didn’t see the Supermoon, which was the largest and brightest since 1948, no […]

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Are You Controversial Enough

Like it or not, the media loves controversy. It’s in our faces more than ever now.

Often it’s not pretty, but perhaps you can learn something from it and put it to good use for a higher purpose. For example, if you want to get your message or your book out there by being in […]

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The Antidote to Exhaustion

As women, we’re not wired for an aggressive “git ‘er done!”way of living or working.

We’re more about inspiration. Push, push, push not only will make you tired, it can make you sick. In fact, that happened to me back when I was a journalist in Tokyo, Japan, in a male-dominated profession in a male-dominated […]

By |November 8th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on The Antidote to Exhaustion

Writing Should Be Fun!

This week I finished teaching an accelerated writing course for university students.

What makes teaching this class worthwhile is when students share how scared they were to take the course but then find themselves “hooked” on writing. Or when they tell me they were always ashamed of sharing their work, but through […]

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Writing and True Healing

No matter what a person’s complaint, their deeper request is really, “Show me the way home to my real Self.”

We’re all here on the planet for the healing we took birth to undertake, and it’s different for everyone. But every healing points in the same direction — to the way “Home.”

Writing is an excellent […]

By |August 18th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Writing and True Healing

Come to Bali with Me and Write Your Book

Why should you join The Bali Triple Goddess Magic Writing Journey?

Well, according to one of the participants, it’s not only an inspirational experience with concrete guidance on writing your book, but it’s spiritually enriching, with magical Balinese culture as its backdrop.

People took a deep dive into the mystical and came out feeling more […]

By |August 14th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Come to Bali with Me and Write Your Book

Take Out the Trash

If you only watch the news, it seems that only tragedies are happening in the world.  And the world seems like a really dangerous place.

I used to be a journalist with major news organizations, and that’s one of the reasons I got away from that. It just felt to toxic to only focus on […]

By |July 8th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Take Out the Trash

Enter the Goddess

As many of you know, I’m leading a retreat in Bali at the end of the month called the Bali Triple Goddess Magic Writing Journey. This is no ordinary retreat. I want to give some background as to why I’m holding it and in the process come out of the closet about my relationship with the […]

By |July 7th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Enter the Goddess

The Way You Do Writing is the Way You Do Life

The way you do writing is the way you do life.

It’s an interesting concept and worth exploring, particularly if you nourish a secret desire to write but never really get around to it.

What’s your writing style? What’s your hiding style?

Whether you write or not, it all comes down to choices.

Do you make […]

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Does Anyone Still Write Letters?

I came across this photograph recently, and it brought back so many memories of travels and adventures.

I first began using aerograms and airmail letters when I was nine and my family moved to England. The only way to stay in touch with my grandparents and to find out about our dog and cat, […]

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