Honoring the Sacred Masculine

Welcome to Summer! Here in the Midwest we’re finally breaking out of the weight of winter. Not kidding, there were many places in Minnesota that have had snow fall in the last couple weeks. Its been crazy. Yard work, everywhere is in full swing. The BBQ’s are breaking out, and the boats are hitting the lakes in high fashion.  I

Deja Vu Doo Doo

When I got the inspiration for this writing I was tempted to title it” Déjà vu doo doo” as in “crap, I’m doing it again”. So I guess I just did, even though to some of you that may seem inappropriate. I was sitting down with my darling husband earlier today as he’s getting all tied in a knot AGAIN

For the love of our Grandmothers’

So, Friday afternoon a friend and I are sitting down having a glass of wine after a short workday and we begin to talk about her Grandma. I’ve read for this person before, and she recounted the first time I had ever read for her, and her Grandma came through in the reading. We talked about her love of visiting

Stress Less

Stress Less

Stress…less Gosh darn it!  I ran late with a client, and now I’m rushing like crazy to get across town to my P.T. appointment. EVERYONE is in my way, as if they’re all doing it on purpose. I stop at a light, “Okay Anne, breathe” I say to myself, “You know if you focus on being late, you’re just going

CUTV News Radio Interview

CUTV News Radio Interview

This week, I was on CUTV News Radio with Jim Masters to talk about my work, life, and answer questions. If you are interested in listening in, you can visit BlogTalkRadio here. Excerpt: “…I find people absolutely fascinating and part of what fascinates about people is how they get to be who they are in the moment I meet them

What Are We Looking For?

What Are We Looking For

Several years ago, I was on an overnight with a friend of mine when he noticed me checking my phone.  “Do you ever just leave that thing alone?” he asked me. “What? I’m just checking text messages.” I retorted. “Un huh, for the 100th time since you got up.” It was about 11 o’clock when he made the comment. I

The Self Remembered

Within each of us there is a sacred voice, one that has never been heard before, and will never be heard again. I said that. I say it often, in many ways to clients, friends, family. We are each our own unique self. We come here to this planet pure and fresh, fragile yet fierce, knowing intuitively we have a

The Spirit of Spring

The Spirit of Spring

Thank the great Spirit, Spring is SPRINGING! Folks, here in the Midwest, it has been a loooooong hard winter; record snowfalls, major vortex cold spells, as those of us who have been around awhile have said, “It’s a real old-fashioned Minnesota winter!” That sentiment comes with both smiles of remembering fun filled days as kids, and a little bit of

Smooth Seas Do Not Make A Strong Sailor

“Smooth seas do not make a strong sailor”. No truer statement has been made, and this particular statement surrounds a depiction of a large clipper ship amidst raging seas…on the arm of my son. It is a message he holds dear and one that I believe strongly in. “Life” is not most fully experienced through ease alone. I can feel

The Grace in Falling Down

The Grace in Falling Down

I’ve had plenty of people in my life validate me for being strong; single Mom, self-employed, paid a mortgage on my own for years and still had a great life. I can do things like install hardwood floors, tile a bathroom, sheetrock walls, etc. I got this, or so I thought. Then, something crazy happened. Not all at once, but