Journey into the Inner Landscape

 Let's explore the beautiful landscape that is our inner self. Inside each of us there are lush jungles, vibrant deserts, peaceful mountain ranges, nourishing waters, abundant forests, and even some harsh wastelands. This diverse landscape is where everything resides that makes up the expression of who you are: your divine soul, your emotions, your beliefs, your creativity, your intuition, as well as your trauma, pain, and blocks. Journeying through this inner landscape brings healing, acceptance, and integration of all these parts of yourself so you can move through life with more ease.

Using creativity and intuition I translate the spiritual into the tangible to guide open-hearted people like you into presence with your inner divine landscape to live a more inspired connected life.

I enjoy observing and working in sync with natural cycles so at each new moon I'll release the theme we'll be exploring. I'll provide various ways to become present with this theme and apply it to your inner landscape journey. These include oracle card readings, channeled spiritual wisdom, guided meditative journeys, creative invitations, journaling prompts, rituals, and other explorations depending on the theme.

I have personally used these processes and tools for over a decade. In that time I've gained the confidence to fully pursue and take action on my desires and step through the fears and blocks that have held me back in the past. I've learned how to trust myself and live from a more connected, intentional place. I continue to uncovered the true authentic me and embrace my own value.

I delight in seeing these same results with my clients. It's opened up and enhanced their whole life experience. Will you join me on this nourishing adventure? Click here to get started!


Mama LaSal Mountains

I shed tears for my dear beloved, Mama LaSal Mountains as she's burning. A victim of an unattended campfire.
She's an oasis in the hot, dry desert summers. I've driven her meandering roads countless times. Rising in elevation you see beautiful juniper, sage, and pinion fade into thick oakbrush that give way to majestic quaking aspen and towering pines. 
This sweet Mama LaSal is sacred ground. 
She has held me gently through every stage of my life. As a very young child I played in her meadows, splashed in her waters, and rested beside the ditch where my Papa would spend afternoons fishing for rainbow trout. He taught me how to fish in her flowing creeks, how to be mindful of her care, how to enjoy her simple pleasures, and how to respect her magnificence. He too saw her sacredness.
Through the years I spent many weekends exploring her hills and valleys collecting firewood and the perfect switch for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows during picnics and camping trips. Back then she wasn't so dry, she was lush and green, with little danger of wildfire. Her dark forests were perfect for watching the stars. Her meadows for collecting wildflowers. Her cliff's edge for picking elderberries. Her grasses for observing birds and wildlife. 
Mama LaSal held me as I skipped through the trees looking for deer with Gran. Not realizing the true purpose of why we were there, I excitedly whispered that I spotted one. It was shot and cleaned as I watched with wide eyes. A rite of passage. A new understanding of life cycles and how Mama LaSal also provides food for families. 
Mama LaSal held me as I grew through my angsty teen years, giving me space to explore my independence. She showed me beautiful vast lands to hike with friends and boyfriends and held space for a first kiss. Then later, exploring those lands with my husband. There have been many day drives to observe the changing seasons, delighting in the vivid fall colors and the fresh spring wildflowers.
Mama LaSal held me and taught me how to trust her quiet, wise leadership. When I was hiking with my mom and sister the rain began to move in and we could not find our way back, I listened and she led me back to the path. When it was important to find a specific tree to gather around for a celebration of life, I paused to listen and she led me right to the spot. When I was hiking alone last summer and ended up lost, I listened through the fear and she led me home. 
Mama LaSal has held me as I watch my daughters grow and enjoy her wild space just as I have. 
Now with heavy heart in my chest and tears running down my cheeks, I hold her as she burns. 
My memories are intertwined with the roots of her trees and grasses. They're ingrained in her rocks. They float along her breezes. Her wisdom sparks in my neurons. Her peace, gentleness, and abundance flows through my veins. Her sacredness is infused in my cells. 
With time, she will rise through the ashes and grow vibrantly again.
I'm honored to have this writing included in a booklet called LaSal Mountain Elegies Pack Creek Fire, a collection of community members stories. As well as having the opportunity to read my writing at a community gathering at Back of Beyond Books.


Earth Day

 Happy Earth Day! 

Check out my IGTV for process video.

Supplies: @addisonandsedgwick Cities of the World v2 watercolor paint, unknown dark green paint, Micron pen

Gems: amazonite, green calcite, azurite



Flower Petals and Little Stones


The women who live  with flower petals and little stones.

The plant and crystal beings have so much wisdom and healing to share if only we connect and listen with an open heart.

I feel that when we begin to value Earth wisdom and to start living more in harmony with Her, that's when people will feel more at peace.

I look forward to this shift happening in more and more hearts.

This piece is FOR SALE. 6X6"- $42 email if you're interested.

Check out my IGTV for a video of the process! 

Supplies: Daniel Smith watercolors, ArtGraf water-soluble graphite, Prismacolor pencils, Micron pens

Gems: Clear quartz with carbon inclusions, smoky amethyst



Spring Equinox

 Happy spring equinox!

The equinoxes are a perfect balance of day and night, of light and darkness.

Really that's the kind of balance we humans need, a perfect balance of light and dark.

"Good vibes only!" will have us focusing on fake positivity and in avoidance of our grief and anger.

Too much exploration of our dark side can have us moody and depressed.

That's why it's essential to spend time both in the shadow healing and basking in the light.