Life is unpredictable. Nature reminds me of this with extreme weather changes, earthquakes, and floods. I see it in my personal life as well.Read More
To be honest with myself or with someone else means I have to give up trying to control something. I have to be willing to lose something.
To me, honesty is about owning myself and all of my truths.Read More
Grief isn’t just a physical feeling; it’s a wound that takes place on a soul level. It’s meant to be deeply felt. But we’re so caught up in distracting ourselves with all the busyness of the world that we rarely allow ourselves to pause.Read More
We are all constantly moving forward, sometimes in big, life-changing leaps, and at other times in moment-by-moment subtle shifts. Sometimes our forward motion happens in the sunshine, but just as often we need the build-up and charge of a thunderstorm to help us change.Read More
The whales teach me that whatever happens, happens. I can’t control the weather or the way the whales will show up. I try to hold on to that lesson, knowing I will continue to be challenged.Read More
To honor means to respect something or to fulfill an obligation. When I stop second guessing myself and my decisions and simply take care of what’s in front of me, I’m honoring myself and my experiences. I’m trusting that I followed my heart and that it led me to the present moment, and that I’m right where I need to be.Read More
This month the idea of DISCOMFORT is calling to me. Specifically, I’ve been asking: Why isn’t it OK to just sit in a state of discomfort?Read More
This time of year offers an opportunity to embrace the light of consciousness, even when it’s not reflected in our environment.Read More
Harmony involves quieting the mind and spirit. This is best done, of course, through the breath.Read More
How can whale energy restore you to harmony when the external world is upsetting and uncontrollable?Read More
My work is all about Harmony, teaching and sharing Harmony with the World. A question I want to tackle today is:
"How do we know when we're out of Harmony?"Read More
Harmony allows us to meet the inevitable challenges and bumps of life in a softer way. Harmony allows the rhythmic and flexible meeting of disruption.Read More
This is how I move through issues that come up in my life. I don’t ignore them, I face them head on. Nurturing my inner deaf child by contributing to group discussions is vital for my own spiritual growth.Read More
To plant the seeds of creation, pause and take time for yourself. Follow what brings joy and peace to your heart. Meditate, journal, walk in nature, enjoy a salt bath, curl up with a good book, dance, sing... tap into inspiration and creation. Breathe deeply. Cherish this sacred journey.Read More
Connecting with whale energy through Whalebreathing or healing sessions can help us find peace and harmony, even when there aren’t clear answers around us. My hope is that we can look closely at the anger and helplessness that is currently surfacing for many women and shift it so that #MeToo means everyone enjoys personal power, freedom, and choice.Read More
There is always love and compassion underneath disruption.
So how do I connect to that love? How do I stay grounded, centered, and calm when disruptions occur?Read More
I thought: How can I be the mother my daughter needs me to be? Rather than traveling several times a year to take people to see the whales, can I bring whale energy home with me and use what the whales have taught me about breathing?Read More
The totemic spirit of the whale represents calm, expansive energy, and when we approach them with curiosity and respect our own energy fields expand with their healing energy.
Whales teach us about harmony.Read More
For as long as I can remember, I knew I wanted to work with whales. I dreamed of being a marine biologist and spent hours pretending I was Jacques Cousteau. On our family vacations I would take deep dives into the lake, looking for sea life.Read More
Connecting with the high vibration of whale energy has helped me shift the victim mentality I carried for so long. I no longer look at my circumstances or experiences as unfair. Instead, I look to the whales to remind me to embody my authentic self.Read More