The Possibility of Transformation

Things will come and go. Relationships will begin and end. Jobs will change and circumstances will shift. We can’t hold still or grab on too tightly to things. In order to have transformation, we must let go and go through a period of transition. We must shift and change, in order to grow and learn. These endings happen so they can give birth to new beginnings. It’s the shedding of the old skin; it’s about becoming a butterfly. You have to take a leap of faith and trust that the transformation will lead you to things beyond your wildest dreams.

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Shine Bright, Bring Your Intentions to Life

Have you been struggling with bringing your dreams or intentions to life? Are you doing all the steps and committing to the work, but you can’t seem to gain the momentum to make anything happen—even though you know the potential for success is there? Have you wondered what the missing piece could be?

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Spark of Light

Although we’ve passed the shortest day of the year in December and the light is starting to return, these still too short winter days can take their toll on our energy and our motivation. It brings this very hibernation-oriented energy with it. This lends itself to our desire to shut down, numb out, or cave. But even the darkest, most overcast days hold a spark of light that we need to continue to nurture until Spring.

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Keep Going!

There is always a momentum that comes with the arrival of the New Year. This energy motivates us to want to make changes, adjustments and set goals to help us move forward. We naturally want to create something new and magical and embark on new projects and new beginnings. However, this fast moving energy can also be frustrating if we feel like our intentions aren’t playing out as quickly as we had hoped or our new goals and projects are struggling to take flight. 

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New Year, No Regrets

As we begin 2019, it’s time to let go of any of the past year’s regrets. Life has a natural rhythm like the ocean—sometimes it flows in and sometimes the tide ebbs. Just because things didn’t turn out or come to fruition in the way you thought they would, doesn’t mean you should have regrets over how they turned out. 

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A Spiritual Journey

I have a complex relationship with Mother Mary. I found her so soothing and reassuring as a child. I remember staring at this picture when it hung in my Grandmother’s house and just feeling completely loved. 

As I grew up, my frustration with structured religion caused me to reject all the things that were associated with it: Angels, Mother Mary, Jesus, etc. It’s not so much that I didn’t believe they didn’t exist as it was more a problem of how they were being presented to me—it didn’t match what I was experiencing as a young adult with my own intuition unfolding. 

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