But HOW Does It Work?

Every aspect of our shared LIFE experience incites insatiable curiosity in me. About 25-years ago, I joined what was then called “One Spirit Book Club” where you could purchase a monthly book of choice. One book caught my attention. It was about a Japanese energy/spiritual practice called “REIKI”.  The promo said, “Learn the ancient hands-onContinue reading “But HOW Does It Work?”

Seeing Clearly

 “When we learn to move beyond mistaken concepts and see clearly, we no longer solidify reality. We see waves coming and going, arising and passing. We see that life, composed of this mind and body, is in a state of continual, constant transformation and flux. There is always the possibility of radical change. Every momentContinue reading “Seeing Clearly”

Surviving the Pain of Initiation

Whenever the term ‘initiation’ is used to describe an extended period of turmoil and struggle, I cringe; because in my own experiences, INITIATIONS are seldom fun. Initiations are often grueling, gauntlet-running tests of inner strength and endurance.  So when Dr. Joe Dispenza said the following yesterday, I sighed, knowing how likely it is to beContinue reading “Surviving the Pain of Initiation”

Searching for Answers

During times of deep uncertainty, we all search for answers to help navigate through our confusion. Sometimes we find ‘an answer’ that seems to fit the situation, and other times, we may grasp at any answer offered by anyone other than ourselves, because we know for certain that WE don’t know which end is UP,Continue reading “Searching for Answers”

“Great Opportunities Disguised As Impossible Situations”

Because I like sharing information that is pertinent and insightful, I’m putting a Dr. Joe quote on here. I’ve been a fan for over a year; and he has numerous YouTube videos of his conferences and workshops to watch if you are interested. Dr Joe Dispenza – OFFICIAL NEWS & FAN PAGE  “We are allContinue reading ““Great Opportunities Disguised As Impossible Situations””

An Unfortunate Time for Inner Reflection

Normally I would suggest that spending quality time in isolation is a perfect way to meditate and reflect on our lives, etc., but there is too much at stake here for flippancy, and I doubt that many would see this period of time as advantageous for much of anything. I will say that if youContinue reading “An Unfortunate Time for Inner Reflection”

The Personal Nature of LIFE

Unlike my early adulthood, as the years pass I’ve noticed my egoic-self is less inclined to think that I know ‘all there is to know’ about everything. In fact I can now easily accept with humility how little I actually DO know about this LIFE, and while I certainly have my own opinions and beliefsContinue reading “The Personal Nature of LIFE”

Facing Our Fears

There is little certainty in LIFE. Some would then quip ‘other than Death and Taxes’, but the lack of certainty in our lives is what gives us that uncomfortable pause—the surety hesitation. And there is little that makes us question ourselves faster than facing a test of courage, and nothing tests our courage like facingContinue reading “Facing Our Fears”

Making Sense

Quote taken from a recent show promo exploring unusual happenings around us:  “Not everything in life makes sense,” she said to him, wiping tears from his cheeks. “Sometimes, LIFE just IS.”    I’m sure that we’ve all had some strange or unusual experience that made us question whether or not it had actually occurred, or whetherContinue reading “Making Sense”

Choosing Our Life Focus

You may find that over the course of your life-span there are times when you simply change directions for whatever reason, and when that happens, your focus in life also changes. Perhaps a person or a place or a job or a goal or a personal effort of some sort that had been your mainContinue reading “Choosing Our Life Focus”

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