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’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!
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 »
Shield bug helps me remember the importance of establishing boundaries and protection around my energy and business. I'm not saying this from a place of fear. I am fortunate to work with lovely people and therefore it's easy to forget how important these boundaries and protection are. I follow Shield Bug's lead and protect myself… Read more »
In 2014, I spent part of the summer living with my in-laws in the mountains of Hiroshima. I already shared about the frogs and the wild boar. Today, I have a story about a special spider. This story heads up the chapter on Animals & Nature in 365 Life Shifts: Pivotal Moments That Changed Everything, a book… Read more »
When you sense tension between people, do you try and break it? I catch myself trying to break the tension by pulling away. And then, snap! There is another way... Imagine there are many chords present and you are feeling the change in tension between then. Can you let them go? Step in and release… Read more »