(Have fun with the Practice!)
So! Okay! We’re forward facing into 2022.
We’ve tidied up our homes; put away bows and ribbons, our sacred and joyful items which bring our holy days to Light.
I don’t know about you but I see a ton of videos and post on social about 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5+ steps to have the most awesome, abundant, productive and best year of your entire life EVER!
Nothing wrong with this. Our society and nervous systems are conditioned that December 31st is the end of the year. Period. The END of the line. Buh-bye 2021! And a “flying-finger-of-fate of good riddance” for some.
Some of these ideas are actually helpful reminders. For me, and I believe for you, we know everything begins with Spirit.
Our path, passion and purpose are delivered to us through the voice of our deepest self. Our truest sense of wonder and truth.
The path to your place of origin is the place to begin decluttering. Kind of like the community...
Refresh your energy, boost your empathic sense of security and protection, by cultivating gratitude. It’s a powerful antidote to dissolve anxiety and worry.
Take some time and enjoy this healing visualization. It will help clear your energy, balance your body, and fill your heart with gratitude.
As we close out 2021, it’s important to find the places where gratitude thrived and cultivate even more!
Lots of love,
I love Fall. Probably because I’m October born. I remember walking with my dad to and from the park, scooting through the scarlet and gold maple leaves. I can still smell their crisp scent.
The hill going down was a blast. “Whee!” Was one of my dad’s favorite words.
Going up the hill… not so much. Yet, his voice and mountain climbing lessons stayed with me, “Take tiny steps.”
At the foot of the hill our feet were grounded and solid. Tight shouldered we’d stand together and wiggle with readiness. He’d say, “Let’s go for it!”
He always set up an arduous task by first finding joy.
Our feet would scoot like diminutive Geishas, winding zig-zag up the road, pretending we’re traveling up a hairpin mountain road.
He’d remind me to pace myself; "Small steps make all the difference."
When you have a quiet moment, think about what you’ve learned from the very beginning of your life and how that has...
Last week I wrote about pushing yourself awake and how important it is to relax as you follow your spiritual path.
Awakenings happen when they happen. Usually when you least expect it.
It happened to a friend and me a few weeks ago when I took a him to a doctor. As we walked into the office a song was piping through their audio system, “I breathe in grace… I exhale grace” was the song’s refrain.
We sat down. A wave came over me and I just wanted to cry. In fact, I did. Trying ever-so-cooly to wipe away my tears, as if I had allergies. Ha!
Over and over the song played and it simply popped my heart. You know the feeling when a lyric surpasses your brain and surprisingly sings to your soul.
I knew I was being queued up by the heavens; yet, I didn’t know why. I simply was.
During my friend’s exam, the doctor looked at me only once. And once was enough. He looked at my friend’s health record and noted he had a stroke a few years ago.
In early March I had just finished a fantastic series of teachings — Becoming a Medical Intuitive and working with a select group of healers conducting long-distance healing sessions for people who needed help.
It was a great run from early December through early March. Fabulous students and healers. Mega growth for everyone.
I had also been reading my energy field, which I always do. There were some interesting changes a foot. A move. Lots of boxes. More intriguing, was a significant span of void prior to the presentation and sequence of these two primary objects. I know there is never a true void, so I watched as all would be revealed.
The upcoming move and the boxes looked like they were banking around an airport, ready to line up with the runway to land. Yet, it wasn’t time for them to round the corner. (Remember this sentence. I’ll write more about it next time.)
After closing out the teaching sessions, I took stock as to what’s...
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