Stories can be metaphors for issues we are having to deal with in life, don’t you find? During this very definitive period of seclusion we are being given a rich opportunity to evaluate our lives.
I found myself standing in the grocery store last week staring down at a bucket of purple tulips reduced to half-price. I was in a pensive mood contemplating the impact of what was happening in the world due to the pandemic. The grocery store felt quite surreal with its half-empty shelves and people silently pushing their grocery carts around while rock music played in the background.
How you live your life is your decision. You create your own emotional yardstick. Don’t let other people’s fear’s hold you back. There is nothing to lose by trying and everything to be gained by living according to your own internal yardstick of success.
Journaling gave me a voice that was private, personal, raw and uncensored. I could say what I needed to say to get things off my chest. I didn’t have to worry about offending anyone or jeopardizing my marriage or suffer regrets. My conscience could be laid bear without shame or malice. The journal became my safe place. It helped me emotionally and spiritually.
Have you ever asked yourself how you can help your child also embrace their intuitive abilities? The first step to nurturing a child’s intuition is to understand that everyone is born intuitive.
Ironically the word, no, is often the very first word a toddler will learn to say quite eloquently. Most teenagers also love to use the word no with great abandon. Most parents have experienced the subdued wrath of a teenager saying no to the simplest request often with the added dramatics of rolling eyes and dismissive posture. We have all been the toddler and the teenager. Yet when we reach adulthood we seem to forget the power and effectiveness of the word no.
With so much happening on the planet at this time it is difficult to discern what is truth. Discover how practicing the Vertical Axis at least once a day can help you to maintain your perspective.
Divine intervention has been described as the hand of God reaching out and offering assistance. For anyone who has experienced divine intervention will agree the experience defies all explanations.
If you have decided to journey inward to try and find your own authenticity, then emotional change will be inevitable. Doing this deep emotional work means you are giving yourself permission to peel back the layers of what you think you should be. The shields and capes of pretending to be what everybody else wants or needs you to be no longer serves the true you.
Clients often ask me what does it take to have a healthy, long-term relationship? How do you know when you have found the one? With the advent of spring, let us explore the weathering of relationships.
Are you feeling dizzy? Exceptionally tired? Restless? Irritable? Do you feel like you are totally fine one moment and then suddenly feel overwhelmed or anxious, in the next? It could be an indication that you are beginning to transition energetically into a higher form of spiritual consciousness or awareness.
“They don’t tell you about
this part of motherhood-
The part where you become totally irrelevant
To your children.”
In the morning when I wake up I like to take a moment to focus my mind, ground my energy, and ask Archangel Michael “What one thing do I need to know today?” The answers are brief, succinct and incredibility helpful. Its my little window into the day that I find very helpful. Sometimes however Archangel Michael likes to throw me a little curve ball just to up the ante.
If you are looking for a way to keep your family healthy during the cold and flu season don’t discount the healing power of Vitamin C.
Did you know that a hundred years ago the use of a bar of soap was considered a radical heresy? Would you be surprised to learn that the doctor who proposed using soap to wash up between patients was discredited by his colleagues and eventually died penniless in an insane asylum?
December 2014 turned into a crazy month when I suddenly found myself without an assistant. I had two days to find help before the Centre closed for the holidays. I remember walking into my treatment room and in sheer exasperation looked up to the heavens…
For years I had this reliable, old dishwasher that was a real little work horse. I loved my dishwasher. After years of reliable service old faithful started to develop issues. It was frustrating and annoying when it had the audacity to break down. Fortunately I had a husband who could fix just about anything.
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