Oracle ✥ Artist ✥ Author ✥ Time Traveler


Open Hearts = A Kinder World

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Cancer Goddess, Energy, Love + Relationship, Magic | 0 comments

It seems that the more I rest in surrender to my pleasure and bathe in the waters of Being In The Present, the more I notice how out of synch I’ve grown with some of the rest of the world. I read stories every day from around the globe. Many of these stories reinforce my belief in the inherent goodness of people. And many of them hurt my heart. Is it true, the more you open your heart the more possibility of pain there is? It hurts my heart to see meanness. It feels safe and smug,...

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Off Balance

Posted by on Nov 28, 2014 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing, Energy, Magic | 0 comments

The way to achieve balance is to let the whirlwind surround and buoy you.

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Feelings, Whoa Whoa Whoa Feelings

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing, Magic | 0 comments

How can we make a difference in the world? Start by not pretending there isn't a difference to be made. Feel the feels that ride the winds, Breathe in fear and anger and breathe out joy and hope through our actions to lift those who need it.

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Posted by on Nov 15, 2014 in Magic | 0 comments

Everything is alive at the beach: the waves, the winds, the surfers, the birds

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How I Found Freedom

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in Cancer Goddess, Magic | 0 comments

What happens when we resist our Truth? The past several weeks I’ve been in a deep soul process. Well, to be more exact, I’ve been resisting a call to a deep soul process. Resisting, for me in this case, looks and feels a lot like depression. Very little felt good except the things I know always feel good to me: movement/dance and connection/community. I stopped painting. This was a mistake. By stopping painting I denied an essential part of myself, like cutting off an arm. Or my...

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How Cancer Gave Me My Life

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing, Goddesslicious, Magic | 0 comments

I saw it in the eyes of the ER ultrasound tech as she held the scanning wand over my abdomen. She fought to control the tears in her eyes, but her look of shock and concern was unmistakable even to me, already drugged with morphine. Dying? That's ridiculous, I thought. I'm not dying. Never mind that if things continued as they had -- me curled in a fetal position from the pain and constant nausea, refusing to eat -- I would have died within weeks.

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