As Above, So Below

Feng Shui, growth, Images, Inspiration

As Above, So Below

I recently experienced a phase of melancholy which I mentioned in my most recent newsletter. In addition, a good friend invited me to do a spiritual talk on 11/11/11 as it is a significant date from a numerology perspective. Although it didn’t work out to accept the speaking engagement, the request and my place of […]


November 09th, 2011 read more

Healthy Living, Inner Feng Shui, Inspiration

How do you define success?

For me, success isn’t really about the material stuff. Sure, creature comforts are lovely and an important part of my life. Having said that, my creature comforts don’t define me. (Well, most of the time!) Success for me is an experience that aligns with my values and needs. It isn’t measured by my bank account, […]


October 19th, 2011 read more


Today is year 31!

Today we are married for 31 years. This celebration reminds me of the advice made by a family friend about tips for staying together: – Get married young – Don’t get divorced – Live a long time  


August 23rd, 2011 read more

Feng Shui, Healthy Living, Inner Feng Shui, Inspiration, making change

Where did I put my mojo?

What do you do when your get up and go got up and went? For me finding motivation and inspiration to avoid procrastination comes in many forms. Here are some of my favorites: Listening to a favorite song Visiting a funny website Taking a walk with my dog Creating something, like making a collage, painting, […]


May 20th, 2011 read more


We Are Made For These Times

I felt inspired to share this essay by Clarissa Pinkola Estés that was sent to me many years ago.  It still feels true today. “Do not lose heart. We were made for these times. I have heard from so many recently who are deeply and properly bewildered. They are concerned about the state of affairs […]


May 18th, 2010 read more

growth, Inspiration, making change

Little Things DO Make a Big Difference

While in yoga class this morning, the instructor encouraged me to make a tiny adjustment in one of my poses.  Immediately, I tapped into my core strength and as I remembered to focus on the adjustment, the rest of the class was much easier.  I could hold my poses longer,  especially ones that  take me […]


December 31st, 2009 read more