Core Wisdom: Write Your Way Clear Workshop

Women often put their own feelings aside in order to meet the needs of others. Taking just a few minutes each day to write down our feelings, without censoring them,…

Exploring Your Legacy: Back to the Future with Music, Imagery & Mandalas

Mandalas

How do you wish to be remembered? How will the energy you manifest change the world? Please join Louise Dimiceli-Mitran, LCPC, MT-BC, FAMI and me for a creative exploration of…

Windy City Death Cafe 2/20/15

Join Judy Lendsey & me for our next Windy City Death Cafe and experience thoughtful, respectful, and provocative conversation about death (and life). Tea and treats, too! http://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/1569/  

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 30

Day 30: It All Matters. The Tutus remind us that creating a world of forgiveness is a living practice. As I’ve said elsewhere, forgiveness is not a practice of “one…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 29

Day 29: Becoming a More Forgiving Person How do we take care of each other? By cultivating forgiveness. Everyone has multiple opportunities each day to practice small acts of forgiveness….

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 28

Day 28: Taking Care of Each Other. We all want to be valued for who and what we are; we all want to be known and seen as someone with…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 27

Day 27: Rediscovering your Goodness. Unforgiving ourselves creates the same harm to our emotional and physical health as unforgiving others. We choose to be accountable for our wrongdoing without remaining…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 26

Day 26: Guilt & Shame. Yesterday, we learned about self-acceptance moving into self-forgiveness. Today, we identified two of the biggest barriers to practicing self-acceptance: Guilt and shame. Guilt is a…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 25

Day 25: Self-Acceptance. True self-acceptance comes with self-forgiveness. Forgiving ourselves is an exercise in honesty and accountability in that we own what we have done wrong and how we have…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 23

Day 23: Asking for Forgiveness. There is no asking for forgiveness without first admitting our wrong and witnessing the harm it caused. We must also express our remorse and offer…