He’s furry, where’s a beautiful cape, and sings about what he would do if he were king of the forest. Yes, I am talking about the Lion in the Wizard of Oz.
Everyone knows this story. There is a Lion, a Scarecrow, and a Tin Man who all have a common denominator: Dorothy.
The story is really about how Dorothy must integrate all of these aspects of herself, within herself, so that she can find her ” internal home” and begin her life in totality. Each of these figures, the Lion, the Scarecrow, and the Tin-Man, are metaphors for different parts of Dorothy’s personal growth.
The moral of the story: All of these aspects are within you already. When you acknowledge them, only then can you integrate them into who you are and into your life. Continue reading
Your life is speaking to you. Do you hear it? What is it telling you?
Life is a constant influx of opposites. There is much joy to be experienced and on the flip side, much pain. If you are reading this and have experienced something painful or are currently experiencing something painful, I hope this post helps you to know that I get it. I also want you to know that I have faith in you that one day you will pull on every ounce of courage you have to step out of your pain and step into healing. Continue reading
“The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at anytime.”
Gene Simmons’s show, Family Jewels, is a reality show; and a very interesting one at that. In last night’s episode, he and his future wife, at the time it was taped, Shannon, attended a program called “The Marriage Boot Camp.” This program was designed to break through the barriers that prevents couples from finding true happiness and fosters emotional intimacy.
The major issue for Gene and Shannon was his infidelity, which had been heavily hidden throughout their 28 year relationship. Only recently was his cheating behavior discovered, as photos of him, being with other women, were leaked to the internet. Continue reading