Archive for April 2016

nothing is ordinary: a day of horse medicine

April 20, 2016

Last Friday in a muddy Warwickshire field, I met one of the most powerful female leaders I’ve ever encountered. Kalle – a 16-hand Trakehner mare – is the head of the herd; she exudes a quiet leadership that is utterly truthful. It’s startling to me just how rare that kind of leadership is. I’m not sure I’ve ever […]

cultivating intuition (and the esoteric guides in my little black book)

April 12, 2016

It started happening pretty much when I started coaching. Mostly it was images, but sometimes words and phrases would come to me. On one memorable occasion I coached with a woman who was navigating through crippling anxiety. It was our first session and I felt my own throat clutch in sadness as she tearfully explained […]

three things to do when your tectonic plates are shifting

April 05, 2016

Once upon a time, I lived on Tinakori Road. This street has an illustrious history (Katherine Mansfield is a former resident). I remember it because of the tremors. New Zealand’s capital is built exactly on top of where the Pacific and Australia tectonic plates meet (yes, really). Tinakori Road runs the length of this edge. We had tiny earthquakes most […]