Not every animal, insect or plant has a message for me. And, I get that sometimes I might be trying to read meaning out of a chance meeting and it might not mean anything special at all. Even so, I’m quite certain I recently received some interesting messages or lessons from Beetle via Cockroach. I… Read more »
I’m a Tokyo-based web designer and intuitive. On the blog you’ll find many of the intuitive messages I channel for myself and clients. You’ll also get a peek into my life as a caregiver for my Japanese father-in-law who has Alzheimer’s. Or, you might learn about my love of health and healing and how I helped my husband use a plant-based diet to recover from stage-3 colon cancer, chemo-free. And, if you’re interested in having a website or learning Japanese, there are some resources for that, too! Enjoy!
Though I sometimes forget and need to be reminded, my journey is about arriving there now. By journey, I mean my journey or transformation into a position of leadership and mentorship. I have spent years consuming information. I love learning and will no doubt continue to take courses, buy books and dig deeper. However, it… Read more »
I didn’t always infuse my business with loving thoughts. I don’t like to admit it but over the years, most of my thoughts about my business were judgmental and overly critical. I would never treat another person, animal or plant this way. I don’t even treat my home or any of the objects in it… Read more »
We’ve all experienced sudden insights that radically shift our way of being. Those shiny ah-ha moments when it all makes sense. They become touchstone moments we treasure for years. Though I love those shiny moments, my insights or new ways of thinking and being often take days to percolate to the surface and stay. A… Read more »
I am fortunate to have been born and raised in the U.S., a country where I am free to be me. These days, I call Japan my home. In either country, I can speak and move about freely. I can choose what I believe. I can choose what I do. Of course, I can choose… Read more »