The Distractionist

The Distractionist

In my work I have come to recognize that many of us grapple with different types of inner saboteurs (I identify five of these; you can listen to me describe them here). Many of us struggle with one of these in particular: the Distractionist, and even if this isn’t...

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Book Favs March 2021

Book Favs March 2021

It’s been a generation since Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way was published (to immediate acclaim) and now, some three million sold and a 25th anniversary edition published, now is a good time to reintroduce this to a newer generation, many of whom have never heard of...

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How to Transcend the Ordinary

How to Transcend the Ordinary

Cultivating a daily practice requires us to meet certain conditions (conditions that themselves are conducive to deep soul work). One of these is accountability, not just to the work or practice itself, but to our own selves. Our emotional adult needs to stop...

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Divine Daily Practice

Divine Daily Practice

Among the things that have vanished in the course of this free-form pandemic year is our sense of structure: time has lost all meaning, we joke, indicating that ten in the morning may as well be four in the afternoon; any given Saturday a Tuesday; and meanwhile the...

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Unlock Your Creative Being

Unlock Your Creative Being

Are you creative? The answer to that question is always yes, because creativity is an inherent human trait, like handedness, and you are a creative being simply by having been born into this life. The more important question is this: are you able to first access, and...

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