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Life is a Song of Love, a Woman's Spiritual Journey of the Heart and Womb.

The fall into separation consciousness eons ago coincided with the severing of the Holy Mother from the face of God. Women’s unique song was suppressed and violated. Life is a Song of Love is the heroine’s mystical journey of self-love and forgiveness to heal lifetimes of patriarchal conditioning that dissolves the mother daughter patriarchal wound for ourselves and our female line. Like walking a labyrinth we weave in and out into the heart and womb of the Mother. In the process we come to find ourselves in the myths and stories that express her-story instead of his-story. 

The patriarchal hero’s journey is wedded to the power-over paradigm of force and dominance. The heroine’s journey is inward and organic embracing the feminine paradigm of power within. The return of the sacred feminine heals the distorted masculine and feminine to usher in a time of Unity/Compassion Consciousness. We are in the midst of the Great Tuning to Love that co-creates a world infused with sacredness where all of life is cherished—singing our unique song of love.


Don’t Fix Me I’m Not Broken, Changing Our Minds about Ourselves and Our Children

Most of us want to be able to parent from a place of peace, no matter what is happening around us, no matter what struggles our children are having.Don’t Fix Me I’m Not Broken, Changing Our Minds about Ourselves and Our Children takes us on a spiritual parenting journey to learn what it means to parent from love instead of fear.

The daily chores and activities of parenting any child can pull us out of peace. However, it is often our child who is struggling or defiant who challenges us the most. Seeing our child as different, more special, more difficult, more challenging is reinforced by a world focused on seeing some people as more damaged or less normal than others, and then trying to fix them. I came to realize it is not about controlling or fixing our children; its about changing our minds about our children. And when we do this, we find a universal truth for healing all relationships. The catalyst for my journey may have been my son, but what I discovered was a path of healing for all aspects of my life.


Welcoming Children with Special Needs, a Guidebook for Faith Communities