This post is inspired by the work of Masaru Emoto and his water programming experiments and results. What if our experience of the world might be contingent upon our beliefs? If we believe water can be damaged by energy, then it so shall be. If we believe tarot cards can be damaged by "the wrong... Continue Reading →
If people get on your butt for being negative, it's only because they judge themselves for being negative. They don't love themselves unconditionally. So, please never let anyone shame your realness. We are multifaceted souls and each have our own unique spark. Let it shine!
My opinion on the importance of duality or yin and yang. We curse the Dark as it should not even be allowed here. We complain about the negative and the dark aspects of ourselves, others and life, but the truth is that everything that exists is needed. It doesn't mean we have to like it,... Continue Reading →
Why telling others to focus on the positive might be a negative thing to do: If we are sincere about our quest to be positive and want to set the best example of positivity to others, we will love people as they are. Telling others that they are wrong the way they are is not... Continue Reading →
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 →
Why darkness might be our friend and why I'm not afraid of talking about 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... Continue Reading →