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We all have wounds. None of us move through life unscathed. Life is set up in this brilliant way where we recreate conditions that trigger our trauma, our wounds, so that we can heal. What is the pattern that you keep creating in your life? It may be difficult to identify in the thick of it, but it’s there. From the outside it is fairly easy to see the core wound, and what needs healing within. We heal in layers, so…

Whenever we try something new we are playing with the possibility of failure. Failure is basically when your experiences don’t live up to your expectations. But does that actually mean you failed? When there is a mismatch, it means one of them is wrong, right? The experience already happened, so that has to be right. It can’t be changed no matter what, because it only exists as a memory. The other variable is your expectation. Your expectations are not a…

Do you know who you are? Do you know who you truly are, deep within the layers of trying to fit in, trying to live up to societal expectations, and trying to be accepted? Do you know? I bet you don’t.  We move through life trying to fit in, to be accepted and loved. We adopt a million rules for how to behave and what not to do. When to laugh. What not to say even though we think it. How to…

Having very little money is a gift. And I know I am going to trigger a bunch of people saying this. But I can say it because I am one of those people. Let me explain the gift of having very little money: In our society we equal money to safety. If you have money you “should” be safe. We crave money because it is perceived to bring us safety. And as a society we put safety before all else. We…

The same skills that you learn moving through change, are the skills that make you good at change. And when you’re good at change you are good at progress. Progress is one step of change at a time, creating a huge transformation when added up. What do you learn from change, and what does it take to be good at change? Letting go of control/ not being in control. When we are in control we are always going to  recreate…

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking these past months. A LOT. I’m sure you have too. I hit a block last year, where the work I was doing no longer excited me. Instead of paying attention and changing my course of action, I just tried harder. Yup, also something I’m sure many can relate to. We get so stuck in our own habits, our own conditioned perception, that we are unable to see the new path. So I kept…

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