Embrace the darkness… There’s no light without it!

How’ve you been feeling recently… as the days are getting shorter? Or if you are in the Southern Hemisphere, as they’re getting longer? I’m sitting in my home in Zurich right now, watching giant snowflakes fall outside and cozying in a blanket next to my fireplace. During my walks this week, I’ve noticed how incredibly short the days are. I used to dread...

3 Questions to create more intimacy with a partner, friend, or anyone in your life!

A huge thank you to David Harder & Natalie Harder (also tantra facilitators in Calgary) for sharing these with us! 👉🏼 Tell me something you love about me: ❣️Creates appreciation and gratitude 👉🏼What’s something you think we agree on ❣️Creates commonality. Especially if you are in a conflict, it’s easy to see the ways you are different and separate. Acknowledging what you agree...

Shadow Hunting : Winter Solstice

I have been shadow hunting. 2019 has been a dive into the dark. I honour this winter solstice, not for the return of the light, for wisdom of the unseen. I have been vigilantly attentive to unconscious behaviours of how I show up in the world, uncovering shadows within myself that I haven’t been able to see, or afraid to touch. My shadows...

Prioritize your pleasure

Culturally we have been conditioned that our lovers are a responsible for our pleasure - it is up to someone else to give us an orgasm, joy, satisfaction. This is a big responsibility to place on someone! And a huge one to take on. Waiting for someone else to satisfy our pleasure is a slippery slope...

Hospice with Grandmama

Our culture celebrates birth abundantly, whereas death is something hidden. Why it is so, I’m not entirely sure, because sitting by my grandmama’s side this last month has been the most profound experience of my life to date. So much of my work in the world is about cultivating life force energy, to live with aliveness. In these moments with mama,...

Lessons in Love with Grandmama

“Mama, I am so lucky to have you as my grandmother.” “Really?” She asks, as her eyebrows lift and eyes brighten. “Of course!” I say, “I am sooo lucky to be your granddaughter.” She pauses, and with a voice that I have heard weaken over the days and takes effort to get out, she says, “Tell me...