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Home Again, But Where is Home?

It isn’t unusual for adventurers to return home not only physically weary, but energetically crazed. We are, after all, energetic beings. And, moving around the globe, engaging in the energetic fields of various cultures, as well as amongst the emotional field of thousands of people; well, it takes its toll. Though this can be really uncomfortable, it isn’t at all a bad thing! All that stimulation creates a release process, which inevitable discharges dense, useless energy; making way for a lighter, higher vibrational me. YEY! I arrived home to Orcas, a week ago today. We are experiencing some severe weather

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The Rewards of Being the Invitation

I recently attended a teleconference on how to market and sell. The exuberant facilitator provided three pieces of information that made a lot of sense. First “ ensure that your emails and newsletters get to the person you are wanting to target, two “ ensure that your subject line is catchy, so that your intended reader will open your communication, and, three “ you guessed it, write so your audience looks forward to reading what you have to say. This expert, who has made millions of dollars teaching people how to market and sell, spent the rest of the time

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From Europe with Love

Hello From Across the Pond! You may not be able to detect it, but these words are written with a Russian Accent. That is a consequence of immersing myself in an environment where the only English spoken is that which was spoken in my ear, by my hostess and translator, Maria Neizvestnaya. First Impressions of Moscow There were many surprises upon arriving to Moscow, and it was challenging to follow my own advice; that is, if you are going to immerse yourself in another culture and fully enjoy the unique experience of that culture, just be fascinated and curious without

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Get Out Those Tweezers!

When I took up coaching as a vehicle for my work, 13 years ago now, I had no idea that this practice would generate an unfolding process within me, as well as my clients and trainees. I had no idea that it would continue to evolve, expanding the bandwidth of my reality, as well as my capacity to be with the BIG FAT BE-WITH’s, which come with personal and professional growth. It hurts SO good! Flying to San Jose, CA, on Thursday and then to Moscow the following week to provide trainings, is a dream come true. I’ve had to

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Empowering People to Empower Themselves is Ridiculously Expansive and Hugely Rewarding

All is unfolding perfectly, as is the way of the Universe. At times, I’d like it to be different, yet when I step out of my own self-importance and look at the bigger picture, I know its all good and I become grateful for the way that it is. I love being back in the saddle again, in regard to creating and facilitating trainings. Three days in Moscow, One Day and then a Three Day Training in San Jose, CA; I think the world is more ready for us to be cultivating enlightenment and to be empowering each other to

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If I Don’t Go, I Won’t Know

Well, my dream of working abroad is coming true. I’m heading to Moscow in August to facilitate a training in transformational coaching; after which I head to Scotland to see my daughter and family, then to Moldova to present at the European Transpersonal Psychology conference, and then, most likely back home to Orcas. The truth is, I’m scared to death! It’s one thing to find fulfillment and success sitting on a mountain side, secluded from the world. Its another to take that leap of faith into a world that is far, far away from the safety of my little haven,

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If I Were Your Fairy Godmother…

This is how I’ve been starting many of my coaching sessions “ yes, even with executives and organizations. Most individuals I meet don’t think they need or want a coach or thinking partner, but I’ve never met anyone who wouldn’t love to have a Fairy Godmother. By sometimes introducing the work I do in this way, it engages the individual’s childlike innocence. Playfulness and wonder instantly appear, which allows a grownup to shed their limiting, rational thinking process and freely imagine and allow wants, wishes and desires to be discovered, acknowledged and spoken. Sometimes, I’m sure a new clients is

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Rosie Takes Transformation All the Way!

After a long, dark and damp winter in the Pacific Northwest, it is truly a wonder to witness the coming of blossoming and burgeoning growth. Not just in nature, but in me too! I’ve spent the past nine winters in the Bay Area of California, where to a large extent, I was disconnected from the natural unfolding of nature. I hid away in the comfort of the Mountain View condo to avoid the inner turmoil when bombarded by the noise and confusion of well-designed urban space. The grace of the rain and dark days of this past winter on the

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Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Dark, wet and dreary “ in such an environment, where else could beauty and joy be cultivated daily? From one of the longest and driest summers in history to one of the darkest and wettest Decembers on record, the weather of the Pacific Northwest has thus far provided me with enormous opportunity to find joy and beauty in the moment. It was a tough, first couple of months, but I think I’m getting the hang of it! I found that when I focused on the gloomy, depressive grey, the lack of sunshine and being in total darkness by 5pm, it

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Love Being Human

It’s seems that no matter how much I think I understand humanness there’s always something or someone that stretches me out of my momentary comfort in believing I’ve arrived. Sometimes I get set off into a world where I presume to know better about how people should be so the world is a better place for all. I think of myself as a master in various arenas of humanness, yet find, time and again that as soon as I think I’ve mastered an aspect of this event called life, I’m brought to the realization that I’ve hardly scratched the surface.

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