Three years ago, I began these Sunday Letters. I created a new website, which was super fun to do and launched a new brand as a “creativity expert.” I really didn’t know what to call myself, but my intention was to combine my twenty years of experience in spiritual psychology and the creativity principles I had learned in my artistic endeavors.
There were so many inspiring teachings I had learned over the years I thought it would be fun to share. Writing these Sunday Letters became like a meditation for me. I spent countless hours each month, pouring my heart into them as well as exposing my own vulnerability.
One of the things I shared was about great loss I had experienced a few years prior. The Sunday Letters, among other things helped me through. Now gratefully, that time in my life is of the distant past and today I am happy and thriving.
I’m feeling excited and curious as a period in my life has ended and am now in a big transition inwardly and outwardly. I’m moving from the city to Westchester with my fiancee who is an artist and working with him, which includes a lot of travel. I’ve also just finished my memoir, which I will begin shopping soon. So because of this I’m going to take a break from the Sunday Letters as well as a lot of other social marketing.
The most amazing part of this whole process was YOU. I can’t explain what it meant to me to be a part of your Sunday mornings. I cherish you. I love you. And I am grateful. The emails I received in return have warmed my heart and were the biggest gift I could receive.
My wish is that we can all stay in tune for when time changes for us—that we remain malleable and fluid and flexible to follow our present moment and dreams.
And although it isn’t easy to say good-bye for now, it’s important that I listen to my new callings. And more important that I tell you how appreciative I am and that I hope my musings offered something.
I may be back with something totally different, or perhaps I will return with something similar albeit inside myself anew. I don’t know and that’s the magic of the unknown. It shoots us out to experience something we could never know and then we land… magically somewhere else with a whole new point of view.
Please feel free to reach out to me any time you like. I’m always here for you.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for being a part of the journey these past several years.
Wishing you all the happiness in the world,