Resilience Spirituality

Lighting Your Life

The season of winter light is upon us. A lot of candlighting happens and while it looks great, the twinkling can blind you to the deeper spiritual meaning behind the lighting we do. The twinkling candles of Diwali are lighting homes for five dark evenings starting today. For Hindus, Jains and Sikhs, the candlelighting of […]

Business Resilience Spirituality

Monday Muse: Magnificence and Mojitos

(Photo by Melissa Walker Horn on Unsplash) Everyday you do what you’ve got to do, working towards the realization of your dream. Then, one day, you find yourself sitting in Sitges, Spain sipping a mojito that is handmixed in your presence by the president of Bacardi, a direct descendant of this entrepreneur who began it […]

Business Personal Growth Spirituality

Come Home

Today, July 2, 2019, is a major day spiritually for all of us. Today I challenge you to get a fresh start when it comes to creating new traditions in your family (whatever your family structure).   Now is the time to disrupt inter-generational trauma and put and end to unhealthy and unwise patterns and […]

Personal Growth Spirituality Wellness

Spirituality, Depression and Suicide: Make Time For Pain

Over the summer of 2018, the suicides of two celebrities — the fashion designer Kate Spade, and then the chef Anthony Bourdain — stunned the world. Their deaths prompted a global outpouring of emotion with great depth. Ms. Spade’s fans recounted how her bright handbags were their first adult big-ticket purchase. And our TV critic […]

Personal Growth Spirituality

3 Tools For Spiritual Healing of White Supremacy

In this episode of BREAKTHROUGH, I have an illuminating conversation with author Lisa Renee Hall about a powerful way people of all backgrounds can address and heal the wound of white supremacy in spirituality that exists today. Listen in as Hall shares how she is teaching self-inquiry, expressive writing, and decolonizing your ancestry as three […]


Soul Hunger? 5 Ways to Feed Your Self

My favorite meal is is a clam boil. I grew up with these family homemade meals – lobster, Ipswich clams  (both drenched in butter), potatoes, onions and corn on the cob. Quahogs as appetizers, artichokes dipped in cheese sauce on the side. What’s your favorite meal? Imagine it in your mind. Smell how delicious that […]