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The very simple difference between standard clinical psychology and Evolved Psychology is this… The spiritual pathology that sits before me is more relevant than anything that has gone before. The symptoms, stories, diagnosis we learn to embody and climb inside, are not healing. Nor are they really...

As messy as life appears to present itself, I’ve grown to understand, there is a symmetry woven into its seasons. The only thing one can truly do well is bring yourself to it. There is a relationship there waiting. The most important one in fact. I explain to...

True beauty is the essence of something - not the thing itself; a beautiful scent, sound, soul. Intuitively, we need to learn to look deeper, feel and notice more, to disregard superficiality and replace it with a more naturally inspired essence. As a very young child, I...

All of life requires an acknowledgement of death. Recently, a beloved son in our community took his life. No, he did not commit suicide, the choice he made in that simply unguarded moment was in no way a sin; condemning him to eternal damnation. Those left behind however,...

When new life comes to a man and a woman, its very creation is dependant upon both parts equally. There is an unspoken psychic understanding or belief that these two loved, in order for that life to be. It is not always the case, yet the...

I recall an evening, my husband was at a dinner before a golf tournament he played the following day. Our two girls and I were in a motel room in New Zealand. Angelica always hungry to read, found a book stored in the top right bedside...

It has been my experience that over-diagnosis and prescribing may be the single most counter-productive and disempowering paradigm we experience. That is telling you by definition, you are something, or have something, and therefore should expect an associated outcome. As a culture, we have arrived at a...