About Dana Reece

Dana Reece (Prempal Kaur), PhD, who holds advanced degrees in Writing, Literature, and Education, is a Personal Transformation Mentor. This combines her skills an an Inner-Space Sourcing (IST) Practitioner, Kundalini Yoga Instructor, goal-setting and writing/editing consultant, writer/blogger, and college professor. Dr. Reece has over 25 years' experience in writing/coaching writers and goal-setting/life-planning in group and private formats, as well as over 15 years' experience in meditation and the practice of inner alchemical techniques designed to develop and strengthen the energetic body.

II. Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us

By |2017-06-29T07:27:24+00:00November 28th, 2016|

  It wasn't all that long after suddenly realizing I wasn't doing the things I wanted to do in life all that often, making a list of those things, putting fairly diligent awareness on them for a few days, as explained in The Mind's Destructive Games, and putting them in my top desk drawer, before [...]

V. The Destructive Power of the Papers We Keep

By |2017-06-29T07:27:24+00:00November 25th, 2016|

Today, I am burning things.   It is not particularly cold out, but I am burning things anyway.   Marie Kondo style, I am "ninjaing" through the paperwork in my house that neither brings me joy nor is needed any longer, a process I begain to outline in Letting Go of What No Longer Serves [...]

VII: The Life-Changing Benefits of Eating with Awareness

By |2017-09-21T20:48:56+00:00November 23rd, 2016|

In addition to the clutter clearing rampage I've been on in my house, I mentioned earlier on that I had decided to take on a fitness challenge. Basically, a few injuries and a few extra pounds took me to the point whereby eventually, I felt physically uncomfortable in my body. It looked fine on the outside, [...]

VIII: The Power of Letting Go of Expectations

By |2017-09-25T22:10:31+00:00November 22nd, 2016|

Ah, transformation. What is it, really? For me, it turns out that it is letting go. When I started this personal transformation blogging exploration, what I said I wanted to see was how to make some real progress in my life, and to see if radically changing my approach would radically change the results. To [...]

IX: On Raising a Son Who will Never Walk or Talk

By |2017-10-02T21:06:07+00:00November 21st, 2016|

Sometimes, everything I've been through as a single parent raising two children, one of whom is very disabled, hits me hard. Usually, it happens when I see another parent wielding a wheelchair with a child in it, or when I see one of those videos that circulates now and again about some parent's amazing struggle [...]