A Timely Lesson from Zoom

A Timely Lesson from Zoom

I shared the story below just over two months ago. April seems like a lifetime ago in many ways. A lot has changed and a lot hasn’t. Many of us are still working from home and using Zoom to conduct business. Recent events in the news have sparked protests and heated...
Stars, Constellations, and Comcast Karma

Stars, Constellations, and Comcast Karma

My first Virtual Family Constellations workshop went remarkably well last Saturday. I was amazed and humbled by the healing that happened and deeply touched by the words of gratitude below from one of the participants. Her experience proved without a doubt that even...
Still Spring Cleaning with My Mom

Still Spring Cleaning with My Mom

Last Sunday was the 9th anniversary of my mother’s passing. It’s not a sad day for me. Of course, I miss her, but I wouldn’t want her to be back in the body that was failing her or to be troubled by the painful thoughts that haunted her for so much of her life. She is...
The Sanctuary of the Heart

The Sanctuary of the Heart

I have been learning that even during this time of isolation, it is possible to experience moments of deep connection. I felt one of those moments while watching the Sunday service on Unity of Houston’s Facebook page this week. When Rev. Karen Tudor asked us to sit in...
The Light of Hope

The Light of Hope

It’s an interesting time to be alive on planet earth. We are all having to adapt to new ways of living, working, and being very quickly. One of my peers pointed out this week that adaptability is our new superpower. I think he’s absolutely right. Those who are able to...