Duality in Harmony

We may not feel safe in the scariest deepest darkest depth of our shadow unless there is a ray of light to help us feel safe to 'go there'. And we may not be able to embody light unless we have first faced, fully, the dark. This could be the Divine Law of Opposites at... Continue Reading →

Shine Your Own Light

Off the Beaten Path

Jealousy is not a problem; it’s the symptom of not recognizing your own gifts and expressing them. Whatever goes unexpressed or unrecognized is acted out as resentment and hatred toward those who have acknowledged their own greatness. Happiness is an inside job. We all have free will. We can choose to be other people’s victims or begin cultivating and expressing our unique spark in the world. It’s up to you. Nobody is responsible for you, but you. You came here with a special gift and it’s up to you to actualize it. Shine your own light.

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Welcoming Rejection

It is incredibly hard to please everybody. And believe me when I say, for the last 49 years I have done all I can do to make everyone happy because I just wanted to be loved. I wanted the love from others I wasn't able to give myself. I have come to realize that it... Continue Reading →

THE SOUL’S JOURNEY

I have been the mother and the daughter. I have been the father and the son. I have been the slave. I have been the master, the victim, the perpetrator. I have been every species, been to every country and have spoken every tongue. I have experienced every season and every climate. I have died... Continue Reading →

Sun Signs and Energy

"Not all [insert sign] are like that", we might often say as a result of superficial generalizations and it is rather disquieting.... Generalizing is bad and forgets the complexity of one's individual chart. Houses, Planetary relationships, natal moon phase and transits are all important. But, for those who are sensitive to energy and for those... Continue Reading →

The Other Humility

Faux-humility might be a common practice in some regions of the world and we might do it to please others and fit into the culture. Nobody wants to be thought of as arrogant. What impresses me are those people who can admit they are smart, funny, creative and take pride in their gifts. It takes... Continue Reading →

A Possible Answer to C-PTSD

C-PTSD might go away when we feel the feelings revolved around the trauma. When the abuse is faced head-on we shall be free, but it takes time and it's a process. Old feelings will begin to surface as our body becomes more prepared for it. The healthier we are, the better. The OCD, panic attacks,... Continue Reading →

Opinon Costume Party

I was just thinking every point of view is like an outfit. Just like we have all these clothes to wear and how it's so much fun to try on different clothes and wear them for a day or a period of time in our lives, I find the same with opinions. Maybe people aren't... Continue Reading →

The Holiness of Paradox

As our souls expand, we might peacefully hold two opposing views in our minds at once. For example, you can hold a view that life is hard and how this planet is hell all the while having a knowing that everything has purpose, everything is perfect and going as it should be. See how those... Continue Reading →

The TV versus The Internet

Some of us might make a big deal about how television dumbs us down and that the internet is a safe alternative because as least we can choose what to look at and at least we can do research to learn unlike TV where we don't have many choices. And while that is true, here's... Continue Reading →

Removing the Mask

Positivity and smiling are great if they are authentic and a consequence born out of realizing the self as a result of healing our past wounds. When we come out the other end of doing the hard emotional gut-wrenching self-work, positivity is no longer forced; it's a natural  byproduct of genuine cathartic release. Often, however,... Continue Reading →

Emotion as a Catalyst to Growth

I often hear "If Source is love, why does life hurt so much?" "Why does Source allow bad things to happen?" Could it be we feel that way due to our conditioning that hardship is a bad thing? If we use our challenges as a catalyst to make ourselves better people, then we can see... Continue Reading →

Why Darkness Might Be Our Friend

And why I'm not afraid of the dark side of life... We might use the term "negative" to ascribe to those people brave enough to talk about and face the darkness, but I find the darkness and the facing of it rather positive and here's why: Running from and going out of our way to... Continue Reading →

The Permission to be Confident

Confidence is bad. Stop that. Unless you're an author, a comedian, or a spiritual leader. Then you are allowed to be confident and say anything you want to an audience. But if you're just an average sweaty human, do not ever be confident as you'll be labeled as "egotistical". Isn't that funny how that works?... Continue Reading →

Surviving VS Thriving

I don't want to be alive (surviving). I want to LIVE (thriving). There is a big difference between the two. Anybody can breathe air in and out of their lungs. That's not very impressive. It's an automated function. Nobody is ever happy surviving, existing, just getting by, breathing, or just doing the motions. Being on... Continue Reading →

We Are Our Own Snopes

As a member of some Facebook groups, I hear often in both dietary and spiritual communities questions like "Should I trust this person?" People ask about books, authors, doctors, gurus and so on. We should always read everything with a discriminating mind at all times. We don't gain to blindly believe or blindly doubt anything.... Continue Reading →

If We Can Just Help ONE Person…

It's so important that if we like someone, we either tell them or in some way, make it very clear we like them. There are so many people who have committed suicide and maybe most of them were lost cases, but I wonder how many lives would be saved if we just came clean and... Continue Reading →

The Invisible Survivor and What You Can Do

While the poor, homeless and starving are important too, I am very saddened by the lack of acknowledgment incest survivors get. So many of us 'save the world' types spend most of our time and energy into saving everyone but those who are the most ignored in our culture: incest survivors. The incest survivor is... Continue Reading →

For Sex Abuse Survivors

I have been following the below website "Evil Sits at the Dinner Table" for years. I have always respected the author and held her in high esteem for having the courage to break the silence on the taboo topic of childhood sexual abuse trauma, incest and its ramifications. I have always found the author to... Continue Reading →

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