KICKASS WITCH : Putting The "K" In Magick
Do you ever feel like there's a gigantic gap between the way you're living now and the life of your dreams? Do you sometimes wish you could wave a magick wand and all of your problems would just disappear so that you could finally step into the kickass life you know you were meant to lead? I can't promise you that transformation is as easy as waving a magick wand, but I do have quite a few tricks up my sleeve and am more than happy to share them with you here. So, chin up, Gorgeous, stick around and, most importantly... BELIEVE!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Cheers To The Woman Who Introduced So Many Of Us To The Powerful Practice Of Shadow Work...

I just got back from my morning jog, during which I was listening to Robert Ohotto's latest podcast & learned of the recent passing of one of my most important teachers, Debbie Ford.


Ms. Ford, through her wonderful book, The Dark Side Of The Light Chasers, is the one who first introduced me to shadow work so many years ago. I have since read & enjoyed many of her other books and was saddened to hear her announce to Oprah last year that she had been living with cancer for years.

It was also a great irony that she admitted to hiding & denying that cancer, pushing it back into the shadows of her mind, living out the need for a lesson she had so graciously taught for years, a profound example of the old adage that we must teach what we most need to learn.

Debbie Ford taught me so much about shadow work & my quest to learn more about this ever-fascinating & enlightening subject is what led me to the work of Robert Ohotto last year. So- I suppose it is only fitting that it is he who informed me of her passing.

My thoughts & prayers go out to Ms. Ford's family, especially her beloved son, today, and I am filled with gratitude for the work of this most enchanting spirit.

THANK YOU, DEBBiE... R.i.P. -xo

*This is one of the wisest tips from Debbie's book "The Best Year Of Your Life"...


And- here is a post I did last year that would never have been possible without the invaluable work of Ms. Debbie Ford...



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