The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves determine the quality of the selves we imagine we are

We are consistently being inundated with overwhelming sounds, rhythms and beats, lyrics and symphonies, as the world pulses with all of our songs. It is easy, within the conflicting messaging we get from the world telling us to be perfect, to be smart, to be meek, to be assertive, to be (fill in […]

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Every thought we think is creating our future.

The melodies of life swirl around us, distracting us one moment from the next; shifting us from thought, lyric, beat. Distracting us from our own souls songs as we enjoy trying on other rhythms, other tunes, others lyrics to see how they fit. It is easy to not see, to not make the […]

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Thought is not reality; yet it is through Thought that our realities are created

It may seem odd to think the lyrics we sing to ourselves, our thoughts and beliefs, have such a dynamic role in our realities, yet they define everything about the world we live in. They define how we greet ourselves in the morning. They define how we identify ourselves individually, in relationships, and […]

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All action results from thought, so it is thoughts that matter

Thoughts, our inner lyrics, are powerful. They act as the underlying force whispering our potential, our capabilities, our strengths or weaknesses, our dreams and fears. The thoughts we have create our outer worlds and experiences. Through those thoughts, we look through lenses that reflect back what we think. These lenses validate our beliefs, […]

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You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do

There are so many different types of songs out there, so many melodies and lyrics. Beautiful, ethereal, heavy, angry, and wishful. Tuning into the songs we are singing can help us understand with what language we are living our lives. Through our language and lyrics, we are either empowered and motivated or dis-empowered, […]

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Trust is earned when actions meet words.

When our inner songs are no longer muted in the background, lyrics and melodies can clash together, leading to confusion and over stimulation. We wonder what beat to follow, what lyric to sing, and how the volume and pace can be adjusted so as to not overwhelm. With all the inner stimulation and […]

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Two Year Old Love

My two-year-old niece, Eva, doesn’t understand what is going on. She doesn’t know why she can’t hug, kiss, or be held by others or why she no longer sees anyone regularly. Or when she does, why are they wearing masks and gloves? All she knows is that she loves her family and friends. […]

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Inner Voice

From the time I was twelve years old, I wanted to live in California. I would see pictures of the coast, the Golden Gate Bridge, the rolling hills of poppies. I knew I needed to be there. My mom would ask, “Why California?”, and to be honest—I didn’t even know. All I knew, […]

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Do not abandon trust when your ego thinks things should be different than they are.

As we start flexing our trust harmonies, of course there will be challenges to overcome and lessons to be learned. As we reconnect with our inner selves, we change. We grow. We start wanting different things. This may seem odd, foreign, and uncomfortable in our relationships and in the spaces we have traveled. […]

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Turtle Mother Love

Every day when I enter my garden I must watch my step. It has become the favorite egg laying sanctuary of the neighborhood turtles. Out of the Charles River they emerge, in the weeks of the full moon. The wood and wire fence that surrounds the garden to keep animals out doesn’t deter […]

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