Our Yellow And Blue Books

These two books go together like best friends, and we call them our yellow book and our blue book. The yellow book is 365 individual thoughts that inspire and motivate effective living. The blue book is a collection of the articles that gave birth to the […]

In The 80s, We Walked On Fire

In the 80s, I was young and impressionable, living in a spiritual community, cooking for visiting luminaries like Buckminster Fuller, Peter and Eileen Caddy, Barbara Marx Hubbard and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. And my astrology back then said I ate idealism for breakfast. One day, my teacher […]

HuffPost Interview: Parenting In A Blended Family

I became a Contributor to HuffPost in 2015. And after posting more than 65 articles on effective living through focused thought, HuffPost asked to interview me for its Blended Family Feature. HP: How many family members do you have? Grace: My husband, Ron, and I share four […]

The Esoteric Foundation Of Purity

Running in a mostly straight route, from St. Michael’s Mount off the coast of Cornwall UK to as far as Avebury more than 300 kilometers away, is something called the St. Michael’s Line, also known as the Dragon Line. And on the line is the […]

10 Years In Print! The Wisdom Of Solomon

Celebrating 10 years since publishing The Wisdom of Solomon! I compiled this book from my spiritual teacher’s work on the practical application of commonsense metaphysics, esoteric wisdom and sacred mysteries. And everything I write today is a result of my lifelong study of his teachings.  The Wisdom […]

My Main Takeaway From Visiting Megiddo

Tel Megiddo, also known as Armageddon, is a hilltop located in northern Israel. In ancient times, it was a crossroads for Israel, Egypt and the East. And whoever controlled it controlled the commerce of the world at that time. So the site and the name […]

Why We Isolate By Choice

Utrecht is a medieval city in the Netherlands, known for its centuries-old city center and its lively cafes and terraces at water level along the canals. Records show that in 47AD, Roman emperor Claudius had a fortress built on the Rhine River, and it eventually […]

Every Argument Begins With The Second Sentence

One of our most valuable tools in relating to other people is the ability to argue effectively. And even before red-hot issues reach the level of an argument, there are steps we can take for handling conflict, including three necessary elements for reaching resolution. The […]

Manifesting What We Want

In my 30s, I attended a workshop with peak-performance coach, Tony Robbins. He began the first evening by saying to the audience, “Do what you’ve always done, and you’ll keep getting what you’ve always gotten.” Then he invited us to do something unique and extraordinary […]

Being Deliberately Conscious

One of my friends lost out on a promotion at work and felt betrayed by his company. Then he kept talking about being abused, because he didn’t want anyone to forget what had happened to him. And if anyone encouraged him to consider a different […]

A Perfect Partner Isn’t Supposed To Be Perfect

My first husband and I divorced after eleven years. I believed that getting a divorce would end my problems with him. Big surprise! Divorce ended the marriage but not the problems. I took them with me and continued resolving them through other people. Divorce can […]

5 Steps To A Better Future

In my 20s, I took part in an exercise where I had to identify my “grandiose dream.” And four decades later, it seems to be coming true. It took belief, boldness, focus and maybe some magic! My dream was to be “a good communicator of […]

Committing To Love

One evening more than three decades ago, my Dutch husband, Ron, left the Haarlem hospital where he was a Resident and headed to Rotterdam for a Paul Winter concert in Sint-Laurenskerk, a gothic basilica from the 15th century. He didn’t know it yet, but he […]