The Uncertainty of Emerging Adulthood

You know when Britney sang I’m not a girl, not yet a woman? The song felt really relatable as an adolescent, but I’m convinced (and slightly concerned) its relatability has extended. There is a fairly new term that categorizes the age range of 18-25 year-olds called “emerging adults.” The attributes of emerging adults seem toContinue reading “The Uncertainty of Emerging Adulthood”

Money Makeover: Healing Your Relationship With Your Finances

What are some of your earliest memories involving money? Without getting into the intricacies of my business (pun intended), I’d say my money memories from childhood were okay. On TV decimal numbers would glide across the bottom of the screen before school because my dad would watch the stock market channel in the mornings. ThereContinue reading “Money Makeover: Healing Your Relationship With Your Finances”

Self Healing is Your Superpower

Before we slip on our super-suits, I think it’s important to determine what self-healing is not. Self-healing does not mean you’re rejecting of the modern medical model. To be a self-healer is not to take on your health and wellbeing all on your own. For some people, visiting a doctor has become increasingly impersonal whetherContinue reading “Self Healing is Your Superpower”

4 Ways to Cope With Change

As you’ve probably noticed, the world has recently seen some of the biggest, most drastic changes in decades. Congratulations, you’ve made it! What are your secrets to adapting to the changes? I’ll share 4 of mine.  From personal experience and wisdom from teachers, I bring you ways to gracefully move through constant changes and buildContinue reading “4 Ways to Cope With Change”

Ayahuasca in the Amazon: Healing Through Plant Medicine and Sacred Ceremony

I embarked on one of the most important excursions of my life, and it was perhaps the greatest experience of my life so far. Over the last couple of years I noticed I’d dream about being given a plastic cup of dark, earthy liquid to drink. Sometimes in the dream my vision would become distorted,Continue reading “Ayahuasca in the Amazon: Healing Through Plant Medicine and Sacred Ceremony”

Consciously Living and Dying

How often do you think about your existence? I don’t know about you, but I think about death a lot. I think about life too, and it’s these moments that feel like true reality to me. When I was going into second grade I had my first “awakening experience”. Part of this experience was blissfulContinue reading “Consciously Living and Dying”

Your Purpose and Answers Written in the Stars

The skepticism of astrology, like many other things, is likely due to some lack of understanding of it. So before you write it off as pseudoscience, let’s explore a bit about what might be written in the stars for and about you.  You’re probably aware of the month you were born—cool. That’s a start! ThisContinue reading “Your Purpose and Answers Written in the Stars”

2 Meditative Practices with Mandalas

Some of us will never understand the use or make use of the Pythagorean Theorem in our lives, or what an isosceles triangle means for advancing in life. For this, we remain obtuse, but what about sacred geometry? Mandalas, certainly in North American culture, rose to popularity through the trend of adult coloring books. TheContinue reading “2 Meditative Practices with Mandalas”

The Psychology of Color

Seeing the world morph from black/white/grey to color is like an epiphany, a new vibrancy for life. The rainbow after a monotone storm is a beacon of hope. The darkest most northern locations on Earth are graced with Aurora Borealis, the streams of color dancing across the sky. I believe color psychology has something toContinue reading “The Psychology of Color”