You can learn about how we handle information we collect by viewing our Privacy Policy.

Why do so many women find it hard to take up space?

  The 7th Key in the Find Your Voice Process is 'Being Visible'.    What this means is that you share your wisdom, your creativity, your voice, and your Self with the world in some way.  In other words, you let it be seen and you let yourself be seen.  And not in...

read more

Standing Behind Your Voice is always the hardest part

In just 5 weeks I will be back in Oxfordshire to lead the Find Your Voice and Stand Behind It Spiritual Retreat for Women.  Can’t wait!   So I’ve been contemplating what it means to Stand Behind Your Voice as a woman and would like to share some of my thoughts because...

read more

Scrambling for certainty in a world of change

"As human beings we share a tendency to scramble for certainty whenever we realize that everything around us is in flux." ~ Pema Chodron This is so true.  Recently, I found myself in the midst of some very uncomfortable feelings of uncertainty and it took me a while...

read more

Un-becoming everything that isn’t really you

We hear so much about 'becoming' all that you can be.  What if it's also valid to realize that we must un-become all that isn't us? Yes, becoming is part of growing and realizing your Essence and expressing it. Un-becoming, however, is a necessary part of becoming. I...

read more

Key #3 for Finding Your Voice

Let me share a story that illustrates the power of the false self: In the l960's, the United States received a gift from another country, which was a rare and beautiful white tiger named Mohini.  For years, Mohini lived in the Washington, D.C. National Zoo, spending...

read more

Do You Know the 7 Keys to Finding Your Voice?

Do you know the 7 keys to finding your voice? The voice I speak of is not the loudest one.  It’s not the smartest one.  It’s not the most cleaver one.  It’s not the rehearsed one.  It’s not the one honed in marketing courses to make you money.  It’s not memorized.

read more

Only When it’s Dark Enough Can We See the Stars

During the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday here in the States, I listened to one of his speeches.  One of the lines from that speech was “Only when it is dark enough can we see the stars.”  King was speaking to the sanitation workers in Memphis who were on strike. 

read more