about me. from me.
I’m all about peace, love and light.
I believe everything in life comes when and as it should… gently guided by the universe. I don’t believe in forcing things- I believe in patience and letting things unfold in their own time. I believe the hardest of times teaches us the greatest lessons. I believe we should listen.
I believe in kindness, generosity, honesty, compassion and empathy for others.
I’m saddened by judgment, greed and bullying.
I believe expectations can lead to disappointment.
I believe words can be hurtful- even if said “in jest”.
I’m an introvert - social engagements and superficial conversations are difficult for me. But 1:1 or in a small group, I’ll speak very clearly about matters of the heart. I think everything is a matter of the heart. I love it when my heart feels joy. When it doesn’t, whatever I’m doing in that moment, I run for the exit .
I think the best “self-help” is self-love and compassion. I think when you’re sad or in pain, you should sit in it… until it passes… and that pushing it away is the greatest dishonor to ourselves.
I believe our soul knows everything (and I mean everything). I believe we should listen to it.
I believe above all else, we should be true to ourselves. I believe in respite.
Being my son’s mother is my greatest honor. There has been no greater love.
I love learning, self-discovery and being philosophical. I like outdoor festivals in the summer, sipping wine, wearing mala beads and reading. I like to walk. I like the change of seasons and all of nature. I like to dance. I like to be home.
I’m not perfect. I’m fragile and sensitive and I feel everything. I make mistakes, say things I don’t mean and spend too much time immersed in technology. Sometimes I’m sad and sometimes I do things I don’t really want to. But when I see it… and when I’m ready, I dust myself off, go back to my center and start again. I believe I have a purpose in this life and I believe you do too.
I believe living takes courage. John Wayne said, “Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway”.