Settle yourself and breathe for a moment. Know that the next breath is available—deep and rich. So too are the elements you need for life. . .
Attending a conference taught me how I don’t want to talk about what I do. Why we need to stop using the term woo-woo!
A beautiful reminder of the power of our stories and the ability to shift our stories to empower our lives.
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” (Albert Einstein) I spent the summer in the sacred gift of living from my intuitive mind and connecting with my soul in Peru and with two weeks of Shaman workshops in Utah. It was beautiful and joyful. When I got home, my logical practical mind said, “Okay, now you need to develop a business plan and get serious about your business and your book. It is time to get back to work.” So I started pushing . . .
Last night, a friend texted me with the news that Osama Bin Laden had been killed.. . . I didn’t know what exactly I was feeling. I felt my heart break again for all those that were suffering the continued absence of their loved ones, for those whose health and well being had been forever changed by the attacks that Bin Laden and Al Qaeda have orchestrated. Would this help them heal? Would it bring a sense of justice for them? There was no elation. No joy. . . .
Steve Winwood’s song Higher Love kept going through my head today. Was it a flashback or a spirit message?
A friend on Facebook asked a question, “How do you leave when you are in love?” She had made a decision to end her relationship following her soul’s voice which told her to go for a complete partnership. Here is my response.
Today when I was journaling, this came spilling out onto the page. I definitely needed to hear it. Maybe you did too?
The faster life is moving, the more important it is to slow down.
Slow down. It feels good to take a breath. . .
I am a practical person. I’ve always thought that being practical was a good thing. Unless you are meant to be a cloistered monk or nun, you have to attend to the real world practicalities of life. We have responsibilities to other people and financial considerations like paying the mortgage or rent. Yes, we practical and responsible people choose to feed our children (or animals) and pay our bills before we splurge on luxury items. Being practical also can have a downside. The callings of our soul and heart do not intitially seem practical. . . .
Yesterday was Memorial Day in the States, a day to remember the sacrifices of those in the military and to remember friends and family members who have died. I spent the morning reflecting on how we honor those who have gone before us when we remember them. I sat down with my journal and this is what flew […]