Where The Light Shines Brightly 
Personal updates, thoughts, and links to things that inspire and equip me to live a more harmonious and integrated life. 
I'm a big fan of DANDAPANI. I've learned so much from him in regards to building habits of awareness and self-discipline. This is a great summary of his perspective and method.
(7:28 min video)

I've been following Joe Dispenza for many years. I love his teachings on the Placebo Effect and how to reprogram your mind. Here's a great summary of his interview on Tom Bilyeu's Impact Theory. (17:03 min video)

If you've ever listened to my podcast and appreciated it, it would mean a lot to me if you'd give it a review on iTunes. It really helps me grow the audience. 
Here's a graphic for simple instructions on how to do it 

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I’m always looking for patterns and little elements that come up that may need adjustment in my life. If something is out of place, or bringing me down, I want to try and transform it or eliminate it. I want to be deliberate and intentional. 

Lately, I’ve noticed something. I’ve noticed my feeling of unease and frustration when comparisons start creeping into a conversation. It seems benign at first, or may even go unnoticed. But then it starts to turn into this toxic ooze that permeates the whole conversation. It takes over. 

It turns the conversation into something that it wasn’t about. It becomes about comparing the thing I was talking about, to something else. That sort of robs us from the ability to appreciate something for what it is on its own. If I observe something and compare it to something else, I have no choice but to judge the situation in order to articulate the comparison. 

The act of comparing things seems to be a sure way to devalue and degrade something. It’s come up for me a lot, so here are my thoughts on the topic of comparison, and how we might choose a more life-giving path. 


Rob Bell has been and continues to be one of the most prominent influences on my perspective. I'm so grateful for his work. 

His most recent series, Jesus H. Christ, is absolutely profound. It's such a beautiful discussion about purpose, authenticity, worthiness, and finding your way to happiness. Check out the series, HERE

The Integrated Identity

The Integrated Identity is a state of mind in which a person operates from a resilient foundation of authenticity and wholeness, fully in harmony with the flow of the universe, with clear vision, behaving in a completely natural, uncontrived way. The Integrated Identity allows us to tap into our divine intuition, and to live a life of freedom, fulfillment, and joy. 

If you'd like to learn more about The Integrated Identity Process, click on the button below. I’d love to guide you on your journey and help you craft an identity that will draw you towards your highest self and allow you to create the impact you want in the world.
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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