The best parenting advice. Ever.

Children are remarkable for their intelligence, for their curiosity, their intolerance of shams, the clarity and ruthlessness of their vision.”–Aldous Huxley Along with potty training and socialization, most parents want to give their children some kind of spiritual training, some kind of guidance into the higher dimensions. Sadly, the most popular spiritual training involves a […]

Why creativity and spirituality are basically synonyms

“The real power behind whatever success I have now was something I found within myself—something that’s in all of us, I think, a little piece of God just waiting to be discovered.” — Tina Turner, rock musician I shared on Facebook and Twitter yesterday that the landing page for my new book is officially live. […]

It’s time to set your dial on joy, gratitude, peace and love

“You can’t set your dial on disappointment while everything you’ve created is set on joy, gratitude and love.”—Esther Hicks When Jimmy Kimmel was a kid, he was asked to draw a picture of God. Evidently, not an unusual request when you’re educated by nuns in Catholic school. In his beautiful innocence, he drew a dude […]

4 bald-faced lies that block your joy and power

“The brain’s natural instinct is to judge, but so is the urge to boink the UPS dude.”—Mary Karr  This blog post might come as a bit of a shock. Mainly, because the statement I’m about to make is completely opposite of how we’ve learned to experience life. Ready? It is possible to live in a […]

Your manufactor’s setting is the Divine.

“Jesus was the only son of God. And so are you and so am I.”—William Blake In electronics, there’s a term known as factory reset—or master reset—where your device is returned to its original setting. All the information that has been added since say your laptop or your I-pad rolled off the factory floor is […]

5 reasons I adore Russell Brand

“Anyone that galvanizes people and points us to the better aspects of ourselves is worthy of being a hero.”—Russell Brand Top reasons to love Russell Brand: 5. He pals around with the Dalai Lama. 4. He passes out hugs to prevent road rage. 3. He meditates. 2. He’s authentic, has huge cojones (I mean, what […]

“<i>Shiver awake now at the doing of your dreams.”–Bob Savino</i>

In January 1959, a 30-year-old eighth grade dropout from Detroit borrowed $800 from a family savings plan to buy a house, not an unusual goal for a man of his age. Only this enterprising 30-year-old had his sights set a little higher. He was going to use that unassuming two-story house to start a record […]

Be recklessly generous and relentlessly kind

I love that advice and decided to headline today’s blog post with those words of wisdom, not because it’s exactly the topic I’ll be discussing, but because those two intentions match mine. My topic today is Gabrielle Bernstein’s e-Course “God is my publicist.” Hay House gifted me with this three-week lecture partly, because they’re really […]