I've had experiences and moments during which I knew without a doubt that we are infinite spiritual beings. When I think about those experiences, those moments, I feel something that can only be compare to euphoria, only the biggest, best euphoria I've ever experienced. It has nothing to do with . . .
This is the truth. Or, as they used to say, "Word!" Maybe we just assumed we'd be....fill in the blank. Maybe it's what our parents wanted for us. Maybe we thought our horizons were limited, that we couldn't be anything else. Maybe we got stuck in a rut. Maybe we've been on autopilot. Maybe . . .
I'll be back from school in Virginia Beach over the weekend. This is the last of the guest posts that have been running in my absence. And here's one on spiritual cleansing that I love. Especially because I'm at my final residency in the past-life regression program at Atlantic University, the . . .
Do you remember any particular turning point in your life? Maybe a time when you ended a bad relationship? Or left a job that no longer fulfilled you? This has been the Year of the Turning Point for me in a bunch of different ways. I've always talked big about culling relationships that no longer . . .
To my (few) friends who supported Trump: I wish you could have experienced beautiful, loving, supportive, positive, diverse, non-violent and joyful Women's March in San Jose, Calif. yesterday. What a stark contrast to the hate-filled rhetoric of those who support the man who now sits in the Oval! . . .
Don't forget to go dark today to send advertisers a blunt message. No inauguration coverage at all. Tune TVs to other channels. All day. This is no problem for me, I haven't watched news since October. Don't have the stomach for it. . . .
A week after I watched his documentary, The Last Man on the Moon, and days after I saw the film, Hidden Figures, astronaut Gene Cernan died. I'm having a hard time expressing the nostalgia, sadness, longing--the hiraeth I wrote about a year ago here--that I feel when I think about the space program . . .
It's that time again--the new semester has started for me and it'll be the last in the Master's certificate program I'm doing in Integrated Imagery. Which is another way to say that I'm learning hypnotherapy as it's applied to past life regressions at Atlantic University in Virginia Beach. That's . . .
Do you know about past-life regression? If you're a new friend, you might not know that I'm a past-life regressionist. I'm finishing up a three-course graduate program in past-life regression at Atlantic University, the school Edgar Cayce founded in the 1930s. It's a terrific program grounded in . . .
Homeless families really suffer in the Bay area. It's expensive to live here and if parents need child care so they can work, it's nearly impossible. Add to that women and children who become homeless due to domestic violence and, well, the problem is staggering. And not just in my city. So the . . .