However gifted someone is, her intuition about you is just that. Hers. She’s still going to see you through the vantage point of her life. To some degree, her perspective is going to be a projection onto you. This is why the safest and most accurate expert on your life is YOU. No one knows […]
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During the first two weeks of November and December, to celebrate the opening of my year-long programs (A Year of SHE & the SHE Leadership Circle), I’m sharing a new series on the podcast called “Dakini’s Den.” In Tibetan Buddhism, Dakinis are manifestations of Awakening appearing in feminine form. Each of these SHE Talks is […]
Today’s podcast guest leads us into a rich and deeply needed conversation about abortion. In the fourth and final episode (for now) of the # I Had an Abortion podcast series, I interview Linda Weber. A woman in our community led me to Linda after I published my abortion story in July. And I’m so […]
Whenever I have something going on with my feminine parts, there are two books I refer to religiously. Like trustworthy, wise mentors, both of these classics sit on my bookcase, at-the-ready to help me better understand the psycho-spiritual lessons behind my body’s symptoms. Last summer was no different.
Welcome to the second episode in the #I Had an Abortion series. Almost three years ago, I invited one of my closest friends, Emma Teitel, to interview me for the inaugural episode on my podcast, SHE Talks. Today, I asked her to come back so that we could talk about abortion. I felt called to […]