Tag Archives: The Demartini Method

FEAR – The Other Four Letter F Word

FEAR...the OTHER four letter F word. I'm reflecting today about how crippling fear is, how it keeps us repeating patterns that don't serve us in truly stepping into living with complete integrity towards ourselves and our true nature. Whether that be in our personal lives, relationships or career choices. Largely based on past events, we…
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How Relationships Mirror Self Worth

Self Worth. Sometimes your greatest teachers in life had no idea what they taught you. Especially those who treated you the worst. The day you said, "I deserve much better that this" was the day you graduated from their class. I have a handful of gals in my world that are all going through some…
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Are You Infatuated With a Unicorn?

I know the title doesn't sound typical of most of my posts. It screams flaky fluff and rainbows, but there is a message here (as is always my intention). You'll have to read until the end. So, you met someone. You knew from the instant you first laid eyes on them that they were different.…
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Be Careful What You Ask For!

I've got a ton of thoughts swirling in my head these days, and as always the people, places and things in my life continue to bring my attention to how very much the universe is indeed conspiring in our favor and...how very powerful the act of setting an intention is. The challenge here being is that "when…
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What Does Being AUTHENTIC Really Mean?

 This past weekend I had the opportunity to network and meet a ton of people. Each one of them making their own mark in the world, sharing their area of expertise and providing a valuable service that is in alignment with what they love to do. Part of the reason I originally created the Gal Pals…
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A Former Victim’s Account of Dropping the Blame Card

 Written By:  Wendy Parry "Everything happens for a reason" “What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.” “Every experience gains you knowledge for the future” “Timing is everything.” These are quotes that I have used in my own life several times. Words that I swore I practiced in my everyday life.  I considered myself to be…
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Steven Tyler – The Mother of All Infatuations (for me)

I grew up in the 80's - a product of punk, Valley Girls, head bangers and preppy culture. My music tastes were diverse; Duran Duran, Madonna, Guns and Roses, INXS, The Cure and Aerosmith. I liked it all...the 80's were an awesome time. Late 80's I met a boy on summer vacation while visiting my…
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Get Out Of YOUR Story & Open Your Heart

We do not see things as they are. We see them as we are. THE TALMUD As part of the Yoga Teacher Training, I had to research a list of subjects assigned, write reports on them and present my findings. For one of these reports I chose the Yoga Sutras. I'm actually blown away by the…
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Infatuate Much? Let US Count The Ways…

 I'd like to broaden the parameters of what we all think of as infatuation, I think you may be surprised... So, in my personal experience, I have found it trivial at best, to be overly concerned about infatuation, because unlike resentment, it feels good. At least in the beginning. It's a rush, dopamine courses through our body and…
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Resentment…How is it impacting YOUR life?

re·sent·ment noun: resentment; plural noun: resentments bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly. Synonyms: bitterness, indignation, irritation, pique, dissatisfaction, disgruntlement, discontentment, discontent, resentfulness, bad feelings, hard feelings, ill will, acrimony, rancor, animosity . I think it's fair to say we have all experienced resentment in one form or another. Some carrying on for years, others…
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