Category: spirituality

I Get Scared

I get scared. I think about giving up . . . on my dreams, my career, sometimes even my life. As a spiritual teacher, I add guilt and shame into this anxiety cocktail because I feel that I’m supposed to be “beyond this by… Continue Reading “I Get Scared”

Music is Yoga, too

Yoga is more than movement.  Yoga is meditation.  It’s withdrawal of the senses and extreme focus to achieve profound meditative experiences, and it’s connection with self and everything, and it’s breath and groundedness and journeying . . . So, yeah.  Yoga is music.  The… Continue Reading “Music is Yoga, too”

Diving into Darkness

I came up through the mud, baptized in fire and blood.  I’ve been beaten and bruised, homeless and hungry, addicted and depraved.  I’ve been abandoned, neglected, blamed, and drained. When I broke free of imposed circumstances, I proceeded to recreate a hell for myself… Continue Reading “Diving into Darkness”

The Fall of Divine Feminine: A Brief History

Once upon a time, a long time ago, people worshiped the Divine Feminine.  Mother Earth, she who nurtures and not only creates but also embodies love in the truest, most abundant sense, was the absolute deity during the earliest times of human history.  She… Continue Reading “The Fall of Divine Feminine: A Brief History”

Quiets the Voice of God

Though I attempted to suppress it, I could never forget the epiphany that dawned with my first terrible hangover.  I was around 16 years old and had spent the previous night drinking heavily with my best friend, her older brother, and his buddies.  My… Continue Reading “Quiets the Voice of God”