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There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

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Talking About Difficult Subjects with a Loved One

I wasn’t expecting to come to Colorado this week but my sister, Sharon, needed me. I came. She’s been living with Parkinson’s for many years and each year has brought new challenges. This year it’s time to consider full time care. It’s a difficult decision for her and for us, her family. For her, it means loss of her independence (among many other things) and for me, it means accepting that the disease truly is progressive and that these changes are inevitable.

Read More »

Show a Little Love

This coming week is Valentine’s Day Week and a week that is filled with messages of love everywhere we look. Each of these messages is a reminder about love and about loving. This week is a time to “show a little love” and my message is very simple and that is to encourage you to do just that. In spite of all of the chaos in the world or in your life, it’s time and it’s important. And, it doesn’t take a lot of energy, thought, or courage. As they say, “JUST DO IT”.

Read More »

Sharing our Bits of Wisdom

Looking back today on the time that I’ve spent in contemplating what I was going to say in my weekly newsletter and then writing it and then reading and responding to those of you who replied — I feel an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for the privilege to connect with you in this way. There are many rewards in this connection of heart, mind and spirit. I’m often showered with wisdom from my readers. I’m often asked for advice which I share with an open heart and I am often challenged to rethink what I have written.

Read More »

Conscious Loving Revisited

Last week I wrote about Conscious Loving and the responses were amazing. I love hearing from you! I received such wonderful replies that I thought I’d share them with you today. They are below. But, first, I’d like to share with you what I mean by “Conscious Loving” and a “Conscious Relationship”. To me, having a conscious relationship and loving consciously means that the emphasis is on growth- physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Read More »

Conscious Loving

‘ve been thinking a lot lately about what it takes to create a healthy, loving, conscious relationship because of my marriage to Michael. It’s been over a year since we were married and prior to that, I was single for many, many years. As a single woman, I continued to pursue personal growth. And, those times were filled with enormous learning and “opportunities” for growth. I think you know what I mean. Yes, I have my tongue in my cheek.

Read More »

Still Committed To Love

his Friday was my first wedding anniversary to share with Michael! Because of that, I took the opportunity to look back at the newsletter that I wrote a year ago to see what I said. And, I’m happy to say that I still feel the same way about commitment. It’s been a journey of getting to know each other in new ways and learning how to accept each other in a deeper and deeper way and also learning how to be more “transparent” and vulnerable. It hasn’t been easy, after being single for so many years, but it’s certainly been rewarding; in so many ways. And, I know now, more than ever, that commitment has been the “thread” that has helped to deepen this sacred relationship.

Read More »

The true meaning of ‘community’

I was talking to a friend the other day about the current perception of the term ‘community’. It’s a word that is used freely and widely because it creates a positive impact. Who hasn’t been shaken to the point of joyous tears when reading about how a community came together to support one of their own? Who hasn’t felt a current of happiness go through their whole body while watching a news story showcasing human beings helping one another?

Read More »

Ungovernable, unnamable, free.

My dear friend, Lulu Torbet, – extraordinary woman, artist, photographer, writer, beloved by all those who knew her – died on Monday, April 11th, 2016. She died as she lived: surrounded by explosions of joy and affection, showered by the glowing love of her relatives and many friends. Lulu and her laughter and twinkling eyes will be missed so much. Her spirit lives on within me; thanks to the MANY precious memories we created together.

Read More »

On Advice

With so many communication tools that didn’t exist one hundred years ago, our social conducts have multiplied almost infinitely. It only takes a few movements of your fingers to connect with another person and exchange opinions.

Read More »

The Power of Our Words

We exercise the power of our word every day, with every conversation, every e-mail, every text, every Facebook comment, and so on. It’s an action whose frequency can sometimes mask its importance.

Read More »

The Magic of Making Connections

We are making connections all the time, whether we realize/intend it or not. When we have ideas, we are connecting concepts. When we meet someone new, we are connecting with them but we may also end up connecting them to other people we know.

Read More »

In Praise of Collaboration

None of us is able to go through life alone. Even if you are on your own, each day presents you with at least one – but often several – circumstance in which you have to engage in interaction with another person. Some of us enjoy that exchange…but some of us don’t. It’s perfectly valid: we’re all different and that’s what makes life so interesting and enriching.

Read More »

Committed To Love

You may have already heard that Michael and I got married this week. The ceremony was Wednesday afternoon and the wedding was officiated by a Jewish Cantor. It was a beautiful ceremony! Our lives are filled with love and joy and we are blessed to have family and friends like you to share it with. Thanks so much to all of you who have taken the time to congratulate us and send us your good wishes!

Read More »

Goodbye, Dear Friend

This week I want to honor a dear, long term friend and co-founder of LifePath Center: Joseph Dispenza.
Joseph and I met through a mutual friend, my tour operator, when I was taking people around the world on personal growth spiritual journeys and Joseph was writing “The Way the Traveler”, one of his many books, sitting in a small cafe. Joseph didn’t need to travel all over the world (although he did) to know the wisdom of the world. He held that wisdom deep within his soul.

Read More »

Coming Home

I cannot even begin to describe how happy I am to return to my home, San Miguel de Allende. While I had the most fabulous time surrounded by my loved ones, I so miss my San Miguel family – and all of you at LifePath!

Read More »

Love Finds You

So many of us are driven by the lifelong quest of finding love. That is: finding someone to love, who also loves us back. Of course, there are a lot of factors that come into play. I feel, now that I am in my sixties, that in order to find real love the three aspects of our being (body, mind, and spirit) have to be in alignment.

Read More »

There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

Read More »

Talking About Difficult Subjects with a Loved One

I wasn’t expecting to come to Colorado this week but my sister, Sharon, needed me. I came. She’s been living with Parkinson’s for many years and each year has brought new challenges. This year it’s time to consider full time care. It’s a difficult decision for her and for us, her family. For her, it means loss of her independence (among many other things) and for me, it means accepting that the disease truly is progressive and that these changes are inevitable.

Read More »

Show a Little Love

This coming week is Valentine’s Day Week and a week that is filled with messages of love everywhere we look. Each of these messages is a reminder about love and about loving. This week is a time to “show a little love” and my message is very simple and that is to encourage you to do just that. In spite of all of the chaos in the world or in your life, it’s time and it’s important. And, it doesn’t take a lot of energy, thought, or courage. As they say, “JUST DO IT”.

Read More »

Sharing our Bits of Wisdom

Looking back today on the time that I’ve spent in contemplating what I was going to say in my weekly newsletter and then writing it and then reading and responding to those of you who replied — I feel an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for the privilege to connect with you in this way. There are many rewards in this connection of heart, mind and spirit. I’m often showered with wisdom from my readers. I’m often asked for advice which I share with an open heart and I am often challenged to rethink what I have written.

Read More »

Conscious Loving Revisited

Last week I wrote about Conscious Loving and the responses were amazing. I love hearing from you! I received such wonderful replies that I thought I’d share them with you today. They are below. But, first, I’d like to share with you what I mean by “Conscious Loving” and a “Conscious Relationship”. To me, having a conscious relationship and loving consciously means that the emphasis is on growth- physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Read More »

Conscious Loving

‘ve been thinking a lot lately about what it takes to create a healthy, loving, conscious relationship because of my marriage to Michael. It’s been over a year since we were married and prior to that, I was single for many, many years. As a single woman, I continued to pursue personal growth. And, those times were filled with enormous learning and “opportunities” for growth. I think you know what I mean. Yes, I have my tongue in my cheek.

Read More »

Still Committed To Love

his Friday was my first wedding anniversary to share with Michael! Because of that, I took the opportunity to look back at the newsletter that I wrote a year ago to see what I said. And, I’m happy to say that I still feel the same way about commitment. It’s been a journey of getting to know each other in new ways and learning how to accept each other in a deeper and deeper way and also learning how to be more “transparent” and vulnerable. It hasn’t been easy, after being single for so many years, but it’s certainly been rewarding; in so many ways. And, I know now, more than ever, that commitment has been the “thread” that has helped to deepen this sacred relationship.

Read More »

The true meaning of ‘community’

I was talking to a friend the other day about the current perception of the term ‘community’. It’s a word that is used freely and widely because it creates a positive impact. Who hasn’t been shaken to the point of joyous tears when reading about how a community came together to support one of their own? Who hasn’t felt a current of happiness go through their whole body while watching a news story showcasing human beings helping one another?

Read More »

Ungovernable, unnamable, free.

My dear friend, Lulu Torbet, – extraordinary woman, artist, photographer, writer, beloved by all those who knew her – died on Monday, April 11th, 2016. She died as she lived: surrounded by explosions of joy and affection, showered by the glowing love of her relatives and many friends. Lulu and her laughter and twinkling eyes will be missed so much. Her spirit lives on within me; thanks to the MANY precious memories we created together.

Read More »

On Advice

With so many communication tools that didn’t exist one hundred years ago, our social conducts have multiplied almost infinitely. It only takes a few movements of your fingers to connect with another person and exchange opinions.

Read More »

The Power of Our Words

We exercise the power of our word every day, with every conversation, every e-mail, every text, every Facebook comment, and so on. It’s an action whose frequency can sometimes mask its importance.

Read More »

The Magic of Making Connections

We are making connections all the time, whether we realize/intend it or not. When we have ideas, we are connecting concepts. When we meet someone new, we are connecting with them but we may also end up connecting them to other people we know.

Read More »

In Praise of Collaboration

None of us is able to go through life alone. Even if you are on your own, each day presents you with at least one – but often several – circumstance in which you have to engage in interaction with another person. Some of us enjoy that exchange…but some of us don’t. It’s perfectly valid: we’re all different and that’s what makes life so interesting and enriching.

Read More »

Committed To Love

You may have already heard that Michael and I got married this week. The ceremony was Wednesday afternoon and the wedding was officiated by a Jewish Cantor. It was a beautiful ceremony! Our lives are filled with love and joy and we are blessed to have family and friends like you to share it with. Thanks so much to all of you who have taken the time to congratulate us and send us your good wishes!

Read More »

Goodbye, Dear Friend

This week I want to honor a dear, long term friend and co-founder of LifePath Center: Joseph Dispenza.
Joseph and I met through a mutual friend, my tour operator, when I was taking people around the world on personal growth spiritual journeys and Joseph was writing “The Way the Traveler”, one of his many books, sitting in a small cafe. Joseph didn’t need to travel all over the world (although he did) to know the wisdom of the world. He held that wisdom deep within his soul.

Read More »

Coming Home

I cannot even begin to describe how happy I am to return to my home, San Miguel de Allende. While I had the most fabulous time surrounded by my loved ones, I so miss my San Miguel family – and all of you at LifePath!

Read More »

Love Finds You

So many of us are driven by the lifelong quest of finding love. That is: finding someone to love, who also loves us back. Of course, there are a lot of factors that come into play. I feel, now that I am in my sixties, that in order to find real love the three aspects of our being (body, mind, and spirit) have to be in alignment.

Read More »

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