Last week, I wrote about the idea of Spiritual Amnesia. It’s a term I use for those times when we forget our connection with Spirit and spin out—even though we know better. This week, I wanted to put together a sort of “First Aid Kit for the Soul”. These are ideas you can use to get back on track and moving forward again.Read More
Have you ever been in the groove, connected to the Divine, in the flow, manifesting like mad and then something happens and you find you find yourself spinning out and are left feeling like the least spiritual person on the planet?
I call this spiritual amnesia. It feels like you've fallen asleep at the wheel and are veering off the road in an out of control car.Read More
There are moments when manifesting is seamless and easy. It’s as if everything just flows and you are able to step back and just bask in the glory of finally figuring out how to navigate forward with ease. Then, there are moments, like I had last week, when navigating life and manifesting what you want is kind of messy.Read More
When I think of lessons, often my mind goes towards the negative: things that are painful or didn't work out, times when I made mistakes or was just totally asleep at the wheel. But, what if lessons are also things that are positive? I don't mean finding a positive spin to a lesson--I mean actually just positive.Read More
Today we, as members of the world community, begin our week grieving with our New Zealand family. The loss that was experienced there last week is unfathomable to most of us. For myself, as an empath, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged. The fear and anxiety makes me want to shut down and hide out in my house for days, but that course of action would not help myself nor would it help the grieving community. So how do we, as sensitive people, move forward?Read More
I’ve been thinking a lot about transitions lately. Clearly, my upcoming move has something to do with it, but what’s been on my mind is the BIG transition recently—death.Read More
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.Read More
I took advantage of the Holiday weekend and took some time away from work for some much needed rest and relaxation and to complete one of my Indiana bucket list items. I finally took a tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright Samara house (SAMARA - John E. Christian House) that is just a short hop from where I live.Read More
I ran away for some much needed “soul time” with one my tribe in Chicago for the weekend. It has been both relaxing and grounding in a way that’s different than meditation or yoga or a massage. It’s revitalized me in a way that those things can’t and stirred places in my soul that definitely needed stirring. It also shone a light on an area of my life that wasn’t in balance.Read More
A Light in the Dark. This time of year always holds a special magic for me. Our days get shorter and the light is less. I used to panic about it getting dark, holding on to the last days of summer with all my might, but the last few years living in Alaska have taught me that the dark allows us to see things we would miss in the light.Read More