Welcome. Life is a sacred journey, but it doesn’t always feel that way. We can easily get lost in our daily demands and become disconnected from our spirit and source of inspiration. If you’re longing to connect more deeply with your Sacred self, and the Love that is at the core of your being, you’re in the right place. My work is about sharing the journey together, so that we can see the Divine nature shining through all of life, even in the difficult and ordinary moments.

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Self Care is About Love

Self Care is about Love: Wednesday Wisdom I continue to reflect upon what is deep and nourishing self-care. I am asking myself, “What does it really mean right now in my life; how can self-care really touch me on a root level?” I tend to have many good habits, and yet, something is missing. I’m not […]

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The Sacredness of Self Care

Wednesday Wisdom: Self Care is Sacred. It is a new year, and I am finding it hard to step into it because with each step I am letting go more, as I mourn the loss of my mother, and the loss of having a mother. So what happens, when despite our best intentions to take care […]

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View of the bells of the Monastery of Philosopher, Peloponnese, Greece.

What is Stirring in Your Heart?

Wednesday Wisdom. Living with Sacred Intention.  Our life is a sacred journey, and Christmas once again awakens us to the truth that Divine life lives in us. So now that the festivities are over, such as seeing the Nutcracker ballet,  visiting family, and eating holiday meals, we pause for a moment and ask ourselves–what has […]

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The Capacity of the Heart

Wednesday Wisdom. The Capacity of the Heart.  I must admit, I really like watching holiday movies. This year, I’ve watched the 1940 classic, “Shop Around the Corner,” and the 1947 version of “Miracle on 34th Street.” I saw “The Polar Express,” after reading the book to my students, and then the other night we couldn’t resist watching, “The […]

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Patience is a Practice

Wednesday Wisdom. Patience is a practice.  The theme of patience continues to emerge in the gospel readings during this Advent season. Last Sunday, we heard about the need to be like the farmer who waits “for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and late rains.” But […]

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The Gift of Patience

Wednesday Wisdom: The Gift of Patience. I’ve heard so many people talk about the need for patience in the last few days that I took it as a sign for what to focus today’s blog post on. One person shared with me about feeling hurt from a disagreement with a friend, and how the healing process was asking […]

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St. Gregory Women’s Annual Retreat: Comfort & Joy: Simple Ways to Care for Ourselves & Others
Saturday & Sunday, January 14 & 15, 2017
Vallombrosa Retreat Center, Menlo Park, CA

The Transformative Power of Surrender
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
10:00-3:00 pm.

School of Applied Theology: Oakland, CA

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