I've been so consumed with the important things in my life these past weeks that I'd completely forgotten that there have been a couple of people buzzing negative and crazy energy around my sphere like annoying little gnats. At another time, in another day --maybe just last year--I'd be more . . .
I open every door. This has been pinned up in my office for more than a decade. The moment I saw it I had to buy it, because it's how I live. I never made a conscious decision to live that way. It's just how I was made. I like poking around in new places and I think it's because my mother was . . .
May I open my mind to receive wisdom from higher powers & allow their guidance to lead me to peace & tranquility all the days of my life. That's really what we want right? Peace and tranquility. Oh, and maybe a little information. And to answer the question, do mediums really . . .
Everything you need will come to you at the perfect time. Yes, I know this is hard for some to swallow because the Universe has "gifted" them with some tremendous challenges. But have you ever heard someone say that their difficulties, their disease, the problems in their lives were actually a . . .
Something's been shifting in me for a while and it has to do with my tolerance for violence, real or implied. I have no tolerance for it any more. None. Zero. Zip. When I encounter it, my heart finds it so unbearable that it cringes. It draws back. I want to cover my ears. Close my eyes. Click . . .
If you’re not familiar with Brian L. Weiss, MD, who wrote Many Lives, Many Masters, a classic in the realm of spirituality, I highly recommend the book. Let me trot out his credentials, because they impress logical people (like me) : educated at Columbia University and Yale, now Chairman Emeritus of . . .
I first encountered the Bhagavad Gita in my freshmen religion class, when it was part of our assigned reading. I can't say it made any impact then, but once I got to India, it came to mind again. I bought a copy and then this deck of inspirational cards with wisdom from the Gita. Here's the copy . . .
When we think of pilgrimages we think of white-robed faithful walking a spiritual journey. They leave their destination expecting to encounter hardships along the way and, while seeing new things, develop new eyes. New ways of seeing. Their aim is to be changed at journey's end, to be changed . . .
Did you know we're all fairy godmothers and godfathers, equipped with special fairy dust we can use whenever we like? That's right. Our fairy dust is our influence on others--whether by setting an example or encouragement or both. It's like having a super-power: choose to use it for good . . .
We think a lot about the joys of life and sometimes the sadness. But we try to avoid the hard stuff. Bad stuff happens. Wish it didn't, but it does. And it's easy to get bitter. I know plenty of people who have reason to harden their hearts. Plenty of reason. It can be hard to retain your . . .