It’s so very important to take good care of yourself while balancing your loss with the daily demands of this life journey. Here’s what’s supported me in my own journeys of loss… … More How to Care For Yourself When You’re Experiencing Any Form of Loss
one year ago today, father died alone in lockdown –
it was “illegal” to be with him
in his greatest time of need.
those 25 days between landing back here
and him breathing his last
in a cold, stale, lifeless room – alone. … More One Year Ago Today, My Father Died Alone in Lockdown
To the ones who tell me there is no separation –
Or that I just need to stay in the Love –
Or Light is all there Is.
For a moment, I softly ask them to… … More To the Ones Who Tell Me There Is No Separation, This One’s For You
There is a belief – especially in the spiritual world – that darkness is negative, undesirable, bad, evil, wicked, gloomy, and full of nothing but despair, destruction, death.
Conversely, positivity pumping love and light blah blah is the norm, status quo. … More The Wisdom in the Dark
i notice my heart is so much softer now. the way i noticed father’s heart got after he watched mother suddenly drop dead in front of him one evening. more accessible, more embodied. my tuning into the real with another: even more acute. connections that lack presence: diluted, unravelling. less outrage, more softness my capacity … More Six Months After My Dad Died Alone in Lockdown
These days my role is clear. Carrying the wisdom of that challenging and deep experience forward, as I continue to walk The Path, refining the defined. Peeling the layers back. Going deeper. Becoming more expansive. What else is there to do really? … More The Wisdom of Grief: 3 Years Later