Liberty Forrest


Liberty Forrest

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writer, author, Huff Post blogger

  • Making Decisions: Trust vs. Fear? 23 March 2015 No doubt there are still many lessons waiting for me, but of the ones I’ve learned so far, two stand out as among the most important. One is that it is essential to listen to that little voice inside, the one that never lies and that has your best interests at heart. The other lesson […]
  • What Happens When You Listen to “That Little Voice”? 5 March 2015 For as far back as I can remember, all I wanted to do for a living was write. Along with a natural ability for writing and speaking, I had been blessed with an extremely turbulent and often shockingly difficult life that gave me many messages of hope, inspiration and healing to share with countless people […]
  • The Seven Reasons to Attend A Death Café 11 February 2015 Recently, a friend invited me to a Death Café. Yes, you read that correctly. Apparently, this is not a place, but rather a specific type of gathering that anyone can host, using that title as long as the international rules for a Death Café are followed. Yes, folks, it is international. But then, so is […]
  • You Won’t Believe This Bizarre – But Effective – Treatment for Menopause Symptoms 11 February 2015 Years ago when I was still a young woman in my childbearing years, I would hear women complaining about menopausal hot flushes (or hot flashes, depending on where you live). They made them sound just miserable and I thought, “What’s the big deal? You feel hot for a minute. So what?” Oh, didn’t the universe […]
  • Sound Can Cause Serious Illness – and Serious Healing, Too 11 February 2015 Do you ever stop to think about how many sounds you hear in a day? Do you ever think about how many of them your brain shuts off so you no longer hear them? And did you know that those sounds could be either helping or harming you? Yes, it’s true. Whether it’s birds or […]
  • Guest Blogger: Kylie Riordan on “The Courage to Live an Imperfect Life” 1 December 2014 The Courage to Live an Imperfect Life “It takes courage to live wholeheartedly through the range of all our emotions: to be as thoroughly sad and uncertain as we are sometimes buoyant and sure.” Stephanie Dowrick, Forgiveness and Other Acts of Love.   Life was never meant be perfect. The truth is bad things happen; […]
  • Mother Nature: Gentle Therapist and Housekeeper 13 November 2014   It’s snowing. You wouldn’t think there are lots of kinds of snow but there are. For example, there are the big fat fluffy flakes that drift and float, silently smiling as they gently cover the world in a soft sparkling blanket. They are friendly. Happy. Cheerful little kids seeking playmates. That kind of snow […]
  • My Knight in Shining Armour – Ryan Carson 10 November 2014 Several months ago, I was blessed to find a reliable vehicle with low mileage for a mere $500. It was the “spare car” of a friend of a friend and they were happy to help me out of a pretty tough situation. Last week, my car wouldn’t start. There was going to be a three-hour […]
  • Writing: My Purpose, My Passion 27 October 2014 This piece will be unusual. Not my ‘standard issue’ inspirational stuff. But still, I hope it lights a fire in you… in ways you do not expect… in ways that inspire you to be your own archaeologist… and in any way that works for you… A friend told me recently that he admired my determination […]
  • Remembering My Dad 20 October 2014 It is ten years since my father passed to the Spirit world. For some reason, he has been on my mind more than usual in recent days. Perhaps he is letting me know he is with me, as I am facing some significant challenges. I feel compelled to share something with you. Below is the […]


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