Making Friends with Our Ghosts

Our spiritual mission is not to ignore the darkness, but to bring light to the darkness. Ignoring darkness does not dispel it; only the light does. That is the difference between denial and transcendence.” ~ Marianne Williamson~ We all have our darkness; it’s whether we decide to bury that darkness, or try and find the lightContinue reading “Making Friends with Our Ghosts”

The Journey of Coming Home to Yourself

“We are all just walking each other home”- Ram Dass I have always loved the above quote. Going through loss, pain, grief and a host of other confronting and turbulent emotions over the past few years, I have reflected on this quote often. There are time in life we feel lost, confused and disconnected, fromContinue reading “The Journey of Coming Home to Yourself”

I Am Enough

A piece I wrote last year for Elephant Journal. In a judgemental and conditioned society-we need to always remember we are enough. The only person that keeps you chained to a fence of self-doubt is yourself. Joyously happy or despairingly sad—I am enough Bouncing with energy or listlessly fatigued—I am enough Ramblingly talkative or unusuallyContinue reading “I Am Enough”

Give Yourself the Gift of Love

What is it that causes so many of us to feel unloveable? Makes us think we don’t deserve love? Makes us chase love externally? We live in a society, where in many cases we have been conditioned to not love ourself. Many can probably remember their teenage years where jealousies, criticism and passive or aggressiveContinue reading “Give Yourself the Gift of Love”

Embracing Middle Age

When we are teenagers we cannot wait to be adults, so we can legally get into pubs and clubs and we believe this will bring us a whole host of freedoms. We travel through our 20’s and as we near 30, many panic a little and feel the need to be settled and have thatContinue reading “Embracing Middle Age”