Tag Archives: letting go

Ownership, Obligation, and Love

The question was never “What can be done?” The question was always “What can you do?” Or rather, “What can I do?” When I start a session with a new client, I always start with: “How can I help you?” Because it’s…


Permission to Let Go

I missed writing a blog last week – did you notice? Several of you did and reached out to check that everything is ok (thank you). And if you didn’t notice, that’s totally ok, because I didn’t notice either. Sometime during…


Acceptance Made Easy(er)

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about “acceptance” and how important it is for living a balanced and happy life. And I agree. Acceptance is one of the cornerstones of living well. Where I have a…


Bottoming out and bottoming up

What if “bottoming out” actually required bottoming out? We’ve all been there, or know someone who has. Hit rock bottom. Bottomed out. It’s a common metaphor used especially often in the world of addiction and recovery. It describes the point…


Water is Life and other wisdom

Let Go… Live in the Now… Be the Change… Those are beautiful and wise sentiments, aren’t they? I agree. There are so many truths in the wisdom and teaching that has been shared. All of these and many more are…


On Forgiveness

“Lucy…you have some ‘splaining to do!”  Who doesn’t remember that famous line from “I Love Lucy” – it’s a classic! Well, friends, borrowing from Ricky, I have to say that I have some forgivin’ to do. Or I did. I…


Letting Go

Two nights ago I was channel surfing and I stumbled upon something I’ve never watched before. It was Joel Osteen’s program. At first I was going to keep switching, but something he said caught my attention. His sermon was on…