So You’re Highly Sensitive? What does that really mean?

   High sensitivity has almost come to feel like a buzz word, thrown around the internet like the newest diet fad. Except it isn’t a fad, it’s genetics. But you might not yet know that. So what does it mean to be highly sensitive? First, some facts: High sensitivity is a neutral, genetic trait. It’s in your DNA. It’s not … Read More

An Intuitive Lifestyle is Possible

I asked her point blank – “Do you think I could ever do intuitive readings like you?” She laughed, my intuitive friend, and she had this laugh like silver bells. “Of course you can – you just have to learn how.” When I was about 20, I read “Anatomy of the Spirit” by Carolynn Myss and was immediately transfixed. I … Read More

Guest Post: How Massage Therapy Can Help Highly Sensitive People

By Dr. Brent Wells, D.C. It can be difficult to be a sensitive person: someone who responds to the world with strength, understanding and healing. In society today, sensitive people are pushed aside as too weak. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. However, if you’re a sensitive person, it’s important to take special care of your body … Read More

Part 1: The Cult of Positivity + The Curse of Positivity Washing with Sukie Baxter

Click to Listen on SoundcloudPosture and movement therapist and friend Sukie Baxter is here with me to have a conversation about positivity – the good, but mostly the bad, ugly and dangerous. Seriously, people – this movement is an epidemic and works against our actual biology. Here’s what we cover in Part 1: – What is the positivity movement and … Read More

Irene Ingalls on the power of sound healing + light langauge

Click to Listen on SoundcloudIrene talks about the incredible story, full of signs and synchronicities, that lead her to found the Seattle Sound Temple four years ago. In this rich conversation, we go in-depth into the power of sound healing, the magic of crystal alchemy singing bowls, and our own sound transformations. We also talk about light language, something that … Read More

How I bless my home

I don’t like cleaning. At least, not as much as my mother and sister do. I wish I was one of those people who cleaned with they were stressed. Who, after a long day of toddler tantrums and client loads, pick up a scrub brush and a bottle of vinegar and find solace in ridding corners of their silverware drawer … Read More