Chaos Happens So We Can Arrive at Truth ~ Tina’s Story [As Published in Wendy DeRosa’s, Expanding Your Heart, A Self-Leadership Journey of Personal Transformations.] Tina shares her story below of how the chaos she went through helped her arrive at her truth. Tina’s Story I was married, mother to three children, and working full-time […]
Wow, it’s been such a long time since I’ve written a blog!! Please know I have been plenty busy growing myself, expanding the reach of my work and offerings.
I am just finishing up my last class of my second year of advanced chakra study with renowned teacher/healer, Cyndi Dale, and also a chakra class with one of my most revered chakra teachers, Anodea Judith.
I am always deepening myself as I am committed to my own personal healing and growth which allows me to hold a very deep, sacred and safe space for your transformation.
I’m really tired and I promised myself I would write this blog. It seemed in my present exhaustion, I could not think of a damn thing to write about! I really prefer to write from inspiration. I was thinking I would write about the holidays, the fight I saw in a restaurant parking lot at lunchtime, or the upcoming solstice and full moon. None of these ideas were taking shape or flowing smoothly. Rumi to the rescue!! I pulled out my 365 Selected Quotes – Rumi book and did what I usually do, I opened it up to a page hoping to come upon some inspiration, which I did! I fanned the pages a few times and opened to page 34. Read more
I spent the weekend in Minneapolis finishing up a 9-month Intuitive Healer Apprenticeship Program. So many of you are fascinated by this. I have received several messages asking about this concept of developing intuition. Not sure if this will feel like good news or bad news. We all have intuition. We can all develop our unique expression of our intuition. How, you ask? We need to heal our blocks and wounds around our intuition. We can consult people to tell us about our gifts and our lives. That can sometimes lead to us turning over our power to another person. In the work I do, I help you into your own body to connect with your own intuition and your own ability to heal. I want to help you develop and own your own power. In the work I do, we utilize the chakras as an entry/exit point. Read more
I was talking with a friend the other day and she mentioned she is going on a Leadership Retreat in France sometime in 2019. The Retreat Leader is a chef and they will be doing cooking lessons and relating how they cook to their management style. It made me reflect, as cooking is a huge passion of mine and a really big part of my life and connecting with people. Those of you who have come to my events and workshops, know what pleasure I take in preparing a festive, soulful and beautiful meal. It is part of my offering. A Ritual Food Celebration! That simple ritual of breaking bread together, moves me to my core.
I know, you’re probably wondering about that title!! I feel ya!! Hear me out!!
I had a great day today!! My morning started with a healthy smoothie made with Flax Seed Milk, VegaOne Protein Powder and wild, organic blueberries. I went to the gym where I did 30 minutes of cardio and worked on my sexy shoulders in the weight room!! LOL
Came home, took a nice, hot bath, gave a fabulous 90-minute massage/energy work treatment, had a couple of meetings, a couple more clients; responded to emails and returned phone calls. Holy smokes this life of being an entrepreneur can be exhausting!! I wouldn’t change it for anything!! Read more
2 lbs of organic sweet potatoes washed and cut into 1” cubes (No, I don’t peel them)
2 – 3 inch piece of fresh organic ginger peeled and minced
2 organic diced onions
1 tsp coriander
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp cumin
Dash of cayenne pepper
Salt & pepper
1/3 c olive oil
½ cup fresh chopped organic cilantro
Place diced sweet potatoes and onion in roasting pan. Give them a toss. Sprinkle with coriander, turmeric, cumin, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper.
Drizzle with olive oil. Toss everything to coat.
Bake at 400 for 30 to 40 minutes. Test to be sure potatoes are cooked to your desired consistency.
Toss with cilantro and serve.
6 cups of chopped organic romaine lettuce
2 cups of organic raw cashews
4 cloves of garlic
2 heaping tablespoons of Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons organic lemon juice
½ – 1 cup milk of your choice
Salt and Pepper to taste
Nutritional Yeast Flakes
1-2 Anchovies (optional)
Soak the cashews for 2 hours in water. Drain and rinse. In a blender, combine the cashews, garlic, mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper and ½ cup of milk. Blend on high speed until creamy. You may want to add more milk depending on the consistency you prefer. Sometimes I do throw in an anchovy or two –
Place the romaine lettuce in a large bowl, cover with dressing, toss. Top with croutons and use nutritional yeast flakes in place of cheese. Delicious and nutritious!!
For the last year, I have repeatedly had this intuition about adding a Professional Development piece to my Adventures. If you know me, you know that I really value and trust my intuition. I kept getting the feeling that women are trying to assert themselves in the world differently.