Really Short Stories: A Clean Sweep

She swept her garden clean, wiping the sweat off her brow. It was hard work, maintaining this place.  Rising before daylight, diligently raking fallen leaves from the ground. When she was done, the courtyard was a pristine clean. Visitors would pause, untold, at the doorway.  Hesitant to drag in mud with their shoes.  One quick … Continue reading Really Short Stories: A Clean Sweep

Blinded by Familiarity

Do you see the same person in the mirror everyday? When you look at your close family and friends, do you see the same people everyday? To do that would be to deny the experience, growth and natural evolution that has been an ongoing process in one's life. Nevertheless, we tend to lock ourselves and … Continue reading Blinded by Familiarity

What Would It Take For You To Stop Playing Hide and Seek?

Think of any relationship that is important to you. Consider how much of your energy is devoted to seeking the other's approval, winning their time and attention and knowingly or unknowingly awaiting their validation for who you would like to be seen as.  Investing so much importance in their opinion of you, that all other … Continue reading What Would It Take For You To Stop Playing Hide and Seek?

Disentangling The Ties That Bind (with EFT)

Our relationships with our parents are particularly influential in our lives.  These often affect how we judge our self, our self worth and self confidence, as well as our other relationships. Yet, few of us pause to consider the ideal image of a mother/father/child we are unknowingly measuring our parents and self up to. And how … Continue reading Disentangling The Ties That Bind (with EFT)