Personal Musings

  • Journey to Another Time and Place

      Entering the trail was like embarking upon any other promising to meander through a grove of giants. Over time, the mind quiets. The breath settles, and the conversation ends. The feet keep moving, exploring the ground. The eyes watch the trail and take in the grandeur of the forest before us. The trail winds […]

  • Waiting, Trust, and Hurricane Irma

    The past few years tormented me professionally. I’ve gone to school, become licensed as a massage therapist, and continued my education. I also went back to college to study Psychology. I had a professional office for a couple of years but could not figure out how to make that work in the way I wanted. […]

  • Participation

    Here I am – Participating! Participation is a key to harmony. I believe we all have the responsibility to participate in the changes that are coming about at this time. Old systems are falling away, and new ones have yet to emerge. I voice support where I feel guided to do so. Recently, opportunities arose […]

  • The Rear View Mirror on Summer Solstice

    Owl totem came up two days ago in a reading my husband did for me during the beginning of our three-day solstice retreat. Today, the third and final day of our retreat, we headed to the beach for a walk in the energy of the sunrise, moonset, and full moon. I got into the car […]

  • StarLightworker – The Name

    Some have asked me where I got the name StarLightworker. My favorite definition of a lightworker comes from wiktionary.org. “A person driven and motivated to do work which makes the world a better place, improves people’s lives, and/or elevates people to a higher level of consciousness.” I couldn’t say this better. I first heard the […]

  • Back To Work and Feeling At Home

    I am very happy to be back at work full-time in my Sarasota office. I lost a little momentum over the summer but I also know it’s a temporary lull. The summer was full of research, fun, and becoming aware of some areas I need to work on. The research included a trip to North […]

  • Ever take the wrong turn only to find the right place?

    My husband and I just returned from a short road trip which means camping a night or two at different places along a specific route. We love taking the back roads because they are far more interesting and telling of an area. Once in a while we take a wrong turn. We’re pretty good about […]