Embrace “I Don’t Know”

Are you ready to ditch an old way of thinking that no longer serves you in the evolving consciousness? What if I said your need to know where you’re headed and what you’re supposed to be doing is holding you … Continue reading

Guided Embodiment Meditation Exercise-Audio Download

Did you know that feeling dissatisfied, anxious or stressed are all symptoms of being disconnected from our bodies? When we are separated from our bodies, we exist solely in our minds and are then subject to the committee in our … Continue reading

I Am Enough Meditation Practice

I’ve struggled a lot with self worth over the years—sometimes feeling not enough and other times too much–but rarely feeling ok just as I am. One of the most valuable tools that has helped me heal in this area has … Continue reading

Blossom Community Credo

During my morning meditation, I was suddenly inspired with the following statement, which I am calling the Blossom Community Credo. This is a statement describing “What We Stand For”–both as unique souls and as a conscious collective. This is by … Continue reading

Admit Powerlessness to Become Truly Empowered

In the recovery world we talk a lot about being powerless. And this comment seems to make our brothers and sisters in the spiritual/transformational world shift uncomfortably in their seats. So, I’m going to attempt to describe why being powerless … Continue reading

Turn Frustration Into Flow

Have you ever wanted something so bad, but just felt like a hamster running on a wheel? I want to speak to the frustration you’re experiencing and what I do to deal with disappointment. I completely relate to the feeling … Continue reading

Reflection: A dedication to the women in my life

I was in the middle of writing an email, and this “poem” just flowed onto the page from somewhere deep within, so I want to dedicate it to all of the inspiring and amazing women in my life. I love … Continue reading

Own the Ugly

Do you own your own sh*t? I’m not talking about that destructive, self-pitying attitude of “everything is my fault.” I’m talking about really taking an honest and constructive look at your character defects and taking responsibility for how you’ve fallen … Continue reading

Fat Thighs

I used to think that having fat thighs was at the root of my troubles.  Fat thighs prevented me from joining friends at the beach, participating in activities, wearing the latest trends and most importantly, from feeling good about myself. … Continue reading

Powerless

If you’ve ever tried to control the outcome of your life, do yourself a favor and read this blog that one of my closest friends in recovery wrote. I relate to her description of the battle between my ego and … Continue reading