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.

I. The Mind’s Destructive Games

By | November 29th, 2016|

I'd been on the table for half an hour before I started to cry. And even then, it wasn't a sob or sound of any sort, neither something I welcomed nor attempted to suppress. It was just tears, streaming down the sides of my face. And I just let them. Why not feel sad? I [...]

II. Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us

By | November 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 [...]

III. The Body as Practice

By | November 27th, 2016|

  Recently, in Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us, I shared about trying things a little differently as a way to spark growth and change. After ripping every article of clothing I have out of the closets and drawers, piling them into a mountain on the floor, and returning nothing that didn't "spark [...]

IV. The Benefits of Ignoring Conventional Wisdom

By | November 26th, 2016|

  Today I did what everyone says not to do. It is one month until Halloween, and I bought a Halloween dress that is so tight that dancing will not be an option for me on Halloween. Neither will breathing. At least, not if it fits me that night the way if it fits me [...]

V. The Destructive Power of the Papers We Keep

By | November 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 [...]