a fish out of water

an exploration of life and spirituality

Snippets of inspiration

The lone journey

Some steps need to be taken alone. It’s the only way to really figure out where you need to go and who you need to be. @MotivationApp This quote from @motivationapp is so true. It has been a hallmark of my journey to date. Have you ever felt lonely in a room full of people?…

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The quest for wholeness

The unholy alliance of our ego, body and mind makes us less than whole. The ego body mind alliance is self referencing, self informing and self reinforcing. At its core, this unholy alliance is one built upon and sustained by illusion, insecurity and fear. To restore balance and wholeness, the unholy alliance of ego, body…

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My reckoning with the effects of trauma

Several months ago, I spent quite a lot of time looking at a photograph of my 2-year old self. I made it a part of my almost daily meditation and reflective practice. Gazing upon the face of my 2-year old self, I wondered at the experiences that have shaped who, what and how I process…

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Embrace your strengths and weaknesses.

We are quick to celebrate and leverage our strengths. However, weaknesses (both perceived and real) can also be an untapped source of insight and opportunity for growth if we can only find the courage to go there. 1 to 1 coaching can provide a safe non-judgmental space that allows you to explore these and other…

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Living life on purpose

Living life on purpose is more easily said than done, but it is not impossible. I believe that it is the Father’s intention and destiny for each of his own. It is triggered by a heart hungry for meaning, and involves letting go and allowing ourselves to be led through the process of the Father’s…

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Authentic living

I asked God to deliver me from my fears. He did not. Instead, God delivered me from the fear of my fears. In that moment, I found myself. I found freedom. The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.…

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