Tears From The Heart

The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears, or the sea.                                                                          Karen Blixen A friend recently asked if it is okay not to cry as others do. I have encountered this question in the past from clients and at times from myself. Tears are curious things. They can come unexpectedly, unwanted, in torrents, or gentlyContinue reading “Tears From The Heart”

The Moment of Uncertainty

In the teen years, life calls her forward, Stepping out from home, family, childhood. Not that she won’t someday return but that she needs to scratch the itch of curiosity. As many before, she walks out, alone among many, challenging habits, ways of thinking, learned perceptions. She asks: who sees me? Who acknowledges me? WhatContinue reading “The Moment of Uncertainty”

Walk Slow/Breathe Deep

“Walk slow and walk like you’ll never be back again.” Loni Bergqvist, as stated by an elder on El Camino I do not personally know Loni, but I felt her fellow pilgrim spirit as she shared her story recently. She walked the Camino in 2013 and I walked in 2017. As do many, she wasContinue reading “Walk Slow/Breathe Deep”