Tag Archive | maturity

Triggered: Healing codependency through the ascension process

Triggered: Healing codependency through the ascension process


  Dearest readers, Do you feel like the number of times that you are emotionally triggered has increased over the last few years, months, even days? If you do, you are not alone. The ascension process is a gradual awakening of the human being, and a transition or healing process as well, taking us from […]

Sighting crows and return of the holy grail in 2018


Dearest readers, Over the last month or so, I have been noticing large numbers of crows in my area. Absorbed in thought and observation as I walk in nature, I hear them call out, their raucous, throaty voices capturing my attention and making a mark on my consciousness. A few weeks ago, I felt compelled […]

In search of: adult human being


Dear readers, I have long been an admirer of the work of Carl Gustav Jung, the founder of depth psychology. He understood and defined the collective unconscious, and he clearly explained how themes and archetypes of human behaviors are shared by peoples and cultures all over the world. He also understood that all  human beings […]

A Dream Job (A Job I was Given in a Dream Last Night…)


Hello readers, I have always loved to go to sleep at night, as I look forward to my dreams.  My night travels have always seemed so much more lively, interesting, and exciting than my waking life.  Not that I have had a boring life, compared to some! I do regret not being a more regular […]

Scapegoat: A History of Blaming Others… A Book Review


Hello readers, As personal responsibility and self-awareness are two of my favorite topics to ponder, you can well imagine that I was immediately drawn to British author Charlie Campbell’s 2011 book, “Scapegoat”. This brief history of blaming, shaming, and diminishing other people in order to feel better about one’s own self or group; creating cohesion […]

St. George and the Dragon: Embracing Our Own Inner Demons


I love stories, symbols, and fairy tales. They teach us so much about the hidden parts of our selves.  Yesterday, I was perusing a book called “Slay Your Own Dragons: How Women Can Overcome Self-Sabotage in Love and Work”, by Nancy Good.  The author defines the dragon as an image for negative self-thoughts and negative […]

Creativity and Transgression


To follow up my post about Adam and Eve, as I continue to muse on the subject of creativity, free will, and responsibility…I believe there is a strong possibility that God placed the Tree of Knowledge, the snake, Adam and Eve in the garden all together for a purpose.  In addition to this postulate, I […]