The Pains of Initiation

So far I’m not sure how to frame this year 2020—to attempt to put it into some comprehensible context for proper assessment. I mean what perspective can you use to wrap your arms around something this immensely prickly and caustic? Assessing 2020 is like hugging a 30-foot tall saguaro cactus and hoping that you don’tContinue reading “The Pains of Initiation”

Surviving the Pain of Initiation

Whenever the term ‘initiation’ is used to describe an extended period of turmoil and struggle, I cringe; because in my own experiences, INITIATIONS are seldom fun. Initiations are often grueling, gauntlet-running tests of inner strength and endurance.  So when Dr. Joe Dispenza said the following yesterday, I sighed, knowing how likely it is to beContinue reading “Surviving the Pain of Initiation”

Facing Our Fears

There is little certainty in LIFE. Some would then quip ‘other than Death and Taxes’, but the lack of certainty in our lives is what gives us that uncomfortable pause—the surety hesitation. And there is little that makes us question ourselves faster than facing a test of courage, and nothing tests our courage like facingContinue reading “Facing Our Fears”

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