• Hanging On To Tension

    or what it has already experienced. It knows pain and it knows this old cycle very well. It doesn't know what to expect with something new. But that's okay, I expect my brain will figure it out just as it has many times before. I'm not buying into fear or worry either. Those don't have a place here anymore.

  • When Is It Enough?

    are attached to. To do that, we have to be willing to dig deeper than the emotion that we're experiencing. We have to look under the blanket. Don't get me wrong, that's not easy when the emotions are a lot to handle, but you can do it. For you to be able to move forward, you have to do it, otherwise, you're stuck in a cycle of pain.

  • Episode 12: Powerlessness

    I've stopped talking about the book long enough to post this piece on powerlessness because it came up for me yesterday. You all know by now, that when I experience something, I share it. So, powerlessness was the thing. You'll actually watch me in this video talk about what was going on inside my head and move through it anyway. As the saying goes, feel the fear and do it anyway. I did!

  • Powerlessness

    The power in this case is the engine in the car. It's the thing that puts the drive in what I do. If passion is the gasoline, then power is the engine. You need both to make the car move. Passion isn't a problem. I have that. Feeling powerful enough to use the gasoline effectively? That may be part of the issue. Am I worthy of this passion? Do I deserve this gasoline? Is it okay if I do this?

  • Tarot Messages: What Cycle Do You Need to Break?

    reaking cycles is hard. It requires a lot of grounding and effort to let things fall that we used to fix. It requires a lot more work to let things drop than it does to keep them in the air. That's one of the reasons why people hold on to things because letting them go generates fear.

  • Episode 11: Chapter 2 of The Emotional Truth – The Victim’s Story

    The victim's story is the story of blame and poor me most of us go through when we experience some trauma in our lives. The important part is not that we went into this victim mentality, the important part is that we come out of it somewhere in the process. It may take days, months, weeks, or years and that's okay. It's all about doing it!

  • Dreams Come True

    If you’ve been around me for a while, you’ll know I’ve published a bunch of stuff over the last few years. This actually started in my computer business, when I was writing little guides and manuals to help people learn to use their computers. I still write books and guides, but now they are designed to help people get unstuck and move forward or empower themselves through healing. Most of those books I gave away for free. The majority of them ended up on the freebie bestseller lists on Amazon, but I never made a dime on them. I gave them away because I was sabotaging myself. I didn’t value my own work. Because I didn’t value myself or my work, why would anybody else? It was part of the money story that I’ve told about not having enough. The truth is it came back to not being enough within myself. With my latest book, The Emotional Truth, I put it out there at $2.99 USD, which felt right. I didn’t put it on sale. I definitely didn’t give away for free. I simply allowed it to do what it was going to do. If I only sold 3 copies, then so be it. I wanted to see what would happen if I simply put my stuff out there, was proud of what I had done, and didn’t discount my work. I’m not retiring anytime soon, but I’ve made more on this book than all my other books combined. It didn’t make the bestseller list but people actually paid for it and that means more than the freebie bestseller list ever did before. Something I didn’t expect also happened. Some of my older books started selling a few copies. When I started valuing my new work, my older work also increased in value. Making this shift in my story wasn’t easy. I had to get okay with where I was. I had to get okay with having fewer copies distributed but actually make a little bit of money. For a while part of the story was that I was more worried about the size of the audience than I was about the money because I believed that a big audience would automatically lead to money. That’s not true. At one point in my computer business, I had a Facebook group with a couple thousand people in it. I tried to monetize it and sell stuff in that group the same way I did in my last group, but I couldn’t. Nobody bought anything ever. I was so busy giving everything away for free from a really triggered place, that I had collected a whole bunch of people around me who only cared about what I was giving away. Now don’t get me wrong, I still give away huge amounts of content for free. Honestly, I don’t hold anything back anymore. I can remember spending hours trying to find a line between paid content and free content in my computer business.…

  • Why No Private Sessions Anymore?

    When my energy is stable I am stable. It's not about what I'm doing. I write. That's what I do. That ability to write and share is what brings people to me. That's how I create stability and flow via my own energy. I've shared many times that stability is within us, it's not outside of us. My stability is not in my work or my PayPal account. My stability is inside me, it comes from the flow of what I share every single day.