This is my hope. That what's going on now will turn the tide for humanity. That we will realize that caring for one another is what's really important and that we will go forward with that framework. That we remember who we are: interdependent human beings who inhabit this earth together. That's . . .
Light a pretty candle and spend some time in meditation or prayer. Write in a journal...pour your heart out...write what's on your mind...what's in your heart...your hopes and dreams. Start the day with a cup of hot tea or lemon water. Yes, even before that cup of java. Take a morning walk...by . . .
I was first introduced to a Peruvian despacho ceremony at an afterlife conference a few years ago. That one was a beautiful and moving ritual that honored the dead, and I've done several since, including one to honor my friend who died in 2015. Despacho ceremonies ground us, connect us with the . . .
When we're feeling low and depressed, many of us turn to a pill as a default solution. But what if all it takes to feel better is a spiritual tune-up? Ask yourself if these things are true: 1. It's hard to find the beauty in others or in the world around you. 2. Sadness or hopelessness permeate . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
We must remember the worlds our ancestors traveled. Always wear the songs they gave us. Remember we are made of prayers. Now we leave wrapped in blankets of love and wisdom. ~Luci Tapahanso Dine (Navajo) Santa Fe is now a beautiful memory after six wonderful weeks. To honor our time there, . . .
Intuition can be a big help in making decisions, especially for empaths. Which I think I might be, because I have always been able to intuitively feel and perceive others, for good or for bad. When I was a kid I could read adults' minds and it rather scared me, because I thought they could read . . .
As you read this I have already begun an amazing inner journey that started today as I walked through a doorway, the portal to my inner world... on an inner journey. I'm in Virginia Beach this week, doing a residency for the first of three courses in a graduate certificate in Integrated Imagery. . . .
One of the hardest concepts for many of us to grasp is the idea that in this incarnation we volunteered for the things that happen in our life. This is particularly hard to swallow for people who face unbelievable suffering and pain of any kind. "Why would I choose this?" "Why would anyone choose . . .