Category Archives: Intuition

THE HUFFINGTON POST: How to Embrace Your Own Talent

You’re bright. You want to contribute to the world. You know you’re talented. Deep down you believe that someone should hook you up with ‘that’ job. You know, the one where your skills shine? And whether you’re working part-time or fully locked into a humdrum job, your talent sits idle on sidelines. “I’m not going […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Get Out Of Your Head And Trust Your Gut

Your body is talking – are you listening? The whole of our body, including your brain, is intuitive. As children, we learn to recognize this fact and use it. Children do not need to analyze their bodies, because they do not have the capacity to comprehend or interpret it- they just naturally accept it. Our […]

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The Power of Projecting Loving Thoughts

Ever take a moment to listen to the opinions, judgments, and wisecracks silently swirling around in your mind when you meet or see someone? No one can hear these thoughts, so we feel free to think whatever we want, regardless how harsh or lustful. But beware. Lack of sound doesn’t prevent our silent communication from […]

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Can’t Get A Date? You May Have Been Benched

You haven’t been dropped, you aren’t in the keeper league, and you’re still in the live draft… but you aren’t playing the game. You’re on the bench. Being benched is similar to being kept ‘on the hook’. If a guy keeps acting like he wants to date you, but never acts on it, he’s keeping […]

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Faux vs. Full: Is Your ‘True Love’ Faking It?

Imagine you are carrying around a faux Prada bag you bought for six dollars in Chinatown. It looks real. It feels real. But how long can you keep convincing yourself that it is? Relationships all too often work the same way. Eventually, the fake label falls off, the seams bust, the handles break. The quality […]

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Writing from the Soul: How Your Story Defines Your Self

Why do so many of us feel like our lives are fictions that need revision? It’s because every one of us has a specific, unique story that we tell ourselves about ourselves: This is our ‘go-to story’. Our individual, internal self-narrative defines our entire world. Our stories shape the context in which we view what […]

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Dating & Mating: Why ‘Good Girls’ Find Love – and Bad Girls Don’t

“My place for a drink?” Ella asked Chris, knowing full well she wanted more than wine to top off three hours of steak and stimulating conversation. It was their first date. But heck, it’s 2016. Who worries about “those rules” these days? “Want to just have sex?” she asked him matter-of-factly as they lounged on […]

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