The Real Miracle This Season Is Hope

Look as hard as you can, take as long as it takes to be hopeful about as many things as you can sincerely acknowledge in your life – is my sincere and heartfelt wish for you this year that’s almost ended, to birth what is new for all our greater good – Namaste, Marjorie

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Can You Change the Story of Your Life to Make It Better?

You Can Change Your Story After You Discover It How many stories have you lived in your life?  I do…

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The Power of Believing in Yourself

Do You Know What You Believe? As we know and accept ourselves, so do we believe in ourselves.  As we…

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How to Get Past Your Fears and Forgive . . . Yourself (and from there, others)

Hate always stems from a root of fear; and forgiveness always comes from a root of loving. Love occurs when we heal and develop to a place of transcendence beyond the implanted fear of incompletely processed trauma – and forgiveness truly reflects coming to wherever your real place of completion and final understanding is in this central healing process.

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How to Live and “Float” in Intense Times

. . . we need to come to an integrative place of completion and emptying,with all parts of ourselves – body, mind, heart, gut and spirit, so to speak – that then naturally returns us to a place of authentic clarity and a “clean center”. Where we feel and experience challenge is where the cutting edge of our transformation that wants to emerge as our higher level of becoming exists.

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What Would You Give to Release Guilt, Shame and Blame?

Here is a writing exercise I created to release guilt, shame and blame for you to try. I invite you to settle back, close your eyes, and take several easy, deep, cleansing breaths. . . As you sense your breathing becoming automatic in its regular, opening rhythm, for your next several breaths say the word free to yourself. Observe your sensations . . . and then for the next minute or so, say to yourself in this sequence the following three sentences – one at a time for several breaths, followed by the second, then the third: . . . I am free from guilt . . . I am free from blame . . . I am free from shame . . . Continue to observe your sensations as you fully experience your easy, deep, regular breaths. Then say repeatedly to yourself for a minute or two, I forgive . . . and I am forgiven . . .

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