intuition

Following a tug of intuition - lamp lights along a snowy road on a cold winter night

It was a frigid Sunday evening in late January, and I was getting ready for my weekly 7pm session with my client. Yet as I was about to pull out of my driveway, I felt this energy pulling me back, like it didn’t want me to go. This energy was a bit counterintuitive, as I was already...Read more

Spiritual Intuitive Awareness is Essential to Safety

As I write this, our world community faces a major disruption of normal activities due to Covid-19. Fear and concern for safety are on the rise as reported cases of viral infection and death climb in the news all around. In the very town in which I live, there has been at least one...Read more

Walking the fine line of following the flow

Upon waking, I realized I felt like reading my friend’s manuscript… finally. He had sent it with me on my vacation, hoping I would read it on the plane and have feedback for him upon my return home. I did not read en route, however, due to the minor but constant random vehicular motion...Read more

Bodily Love - A woman joyfully peers at her reflection in a glass wall

The other day, I had a spontaneous turn around in how I see my body. I think what comes next in this piece might be a slightly taboo topic. So, I’ll handle it with tact, and hopefully we can all be adults about it. :)

I had always viewed the various liquids and solids my body...Read more

Following intuition as a navigation system - model motorcycle at a crossroads of intuition and logic

I rent a barn and eight acres of someone’s farm where I stable my horse and another horse that is boarded with me. I care for both horses myself daily. So daily, I drive my truck into my landlord’s driveway and park off to the left by the barn.

For the first few years of renting...Read more

Writing accelerates spiritual growth

Writing offers a level of reflection that just doesn’t occur any other way. When I chose to write about seeing my horse, Rose, early one evening instead of going to tango, I chose to write it because I felt it important and worthwhile to share. It was a very clear example of what it’s...Read more

Morning errands, mystical flow, and celery - five celery bunches in a basket

One morning, I went out shopping for a few necessities before breakfast. This means my brain was not really up and running yet. The morning is a lovely time of innocence, like before the fall of man… my personal inner Garden of Eden. Since my brain takes a while to get going, I have a...Read more

Rose and a sharing of authentic wanting, the source of joy for extrasensory guidance

I had planned to go to a tango lesson and social dance. I work A LOT and it would be a nice break. Plus, I was curious about the teaching style of the guest artist who was coming from out of town to teach and perform that night. Since I can easily get lost in a work trance in front of...Read more

Michael Nadtochi y Y'amour dancing tango at Pier 45 in NYC

I arrived in Red Hook a few minutes early, excited to meet and learn new tango insights from two visiting maestros. First, there was Michael Nadtochi, with whom I was well familiar yet never tired of. His dancing is always...Read more

Raking Leaves - by Peggy Choucair on Pixabay

It was approaching lunchtime when a telephone serviceman, who we’d been expecting, came barreling up the driveway. His head, and practically his torso, hung out of the window of his van. And his mouth was agape with a smile that wrapped his face from ear to ear. It was apparent to me...Read more