You Are Not Designed to do it Alone…

Warning…this email is a little long but it’s filled with juicy stuff, including a jealous woman, an unplanned pregnancy, romantic drama and an ever-evolving happy ending… Over the last few weeks I’ve been talking to you about inner conundrums and how deeply and sometimes insidiously they can impact every area…

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Feel love. Speak love. Live love. Be love.

My daughter is getting married. I didn’t think that marrying off a daughter would be such a big deal.  But, in spite of my bravado, it seems to be sneaking up on me.  I have visions of my daughter in white making a life-long commitment to my soon-to-be-son-in-law, and I…

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Experiment and Explore

The Human Design chart is really a map for the entire possibility of what it means to be human. If you look at it from this perspective, it’s pretty amazing to see the potential of what we can be as a species and, of course, what is possible for us…

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Suffering by Design????

(Short note today and some cool updates for you if you scroll to the bottom…) The Human Design chart is an archetypal “map” of the possibilities of what we can experience in a lifetime. Every possible expression of being human is in the chart.We have a choice, when we become…

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Fighting Fire with Fire?????

This is the second part in my installment about Human Design and children. Last week I talked about the first step in shifting our paradigms about children. This week I’d like to talk about what I think is the most important first step in creating a revolution in the education…

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For Those of us who Used to be Children…

Here is an email that I received from one of my subscribers. I think this amazing woman poses some very, very important questions that we all need to be thinking about: “I am the mother of a six year old autistic child and a third grade teacher. I ask this…

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Born This Way…

I was a weird little girl. When I was small I had an “imaginary” friend named, Thomas, who went everywhere with me. I have a lot of memories of riding around in the back seat of my Mom’s car, enjoying long conversations with my magical friend. When I was four…

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