Change and transformation

 “Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.” Albert Einstein

This week’s blog was motivated by a post that my friend Juliet Redwood (Soul Energy Healer & Transformational Mentor) posted on her Facebook page.

She moderated about the difference between change and transformation. There were a lot of interesting comments but the one that caught my attention was a comment that suggested that “change can happen unexpectedly and unwillingly, whereas transformation is of the will.” This got me digging deeper in trying to compare these concepts.   Continue reading “Change and transformation”


I recently listened to “Love worth finding ministry” radio broadcast where Adrian Rogers was discussing how “the root of bitterness can breed anger, malice, wrath,” and all the negative feelings under the sun. I was reminded of my past struggle with bitterness and unforgiveness. I assume that at some point most of you have experienced situations where you were wronged and had to find it in your heart to forgive, and I guess you know how much of a struggle that can be sometimes huh? Continue reading “THE CANCER OF UNFORGIVENESS”

Owning your boundaries

Do you find yourself constantly unhappy, overwhelmed and emotionally exhausted because you have to be everything to everybody? Do you find it difficult to say no to others because you don’t want to rock relationships?

I have had the opportunity to cross paths with some wonderful women whose countless stories depicted that their lives were out of control because of over responsibility and lack of boundaries. People burn out because they allow others to place expectations on them and even sometimes violate their boundaries. One may ask how a boundary looks like.

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Left Hand Moment ​​

Have you ever been struck by some of the not so good childhood memories but at the same time be in awe of the transformation that has taken place in your life?  I know that a good number of people would rather not dig in their past and it’s okay. For some reason I recently had some moments of   introspection and somehow I remembered some of my suppressed childhood experiences.

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