Manifesting: Unblocking Your Path

'The trick with manifestation is not to talk about it, but to do it. You can tell everyone your plan, you can ask the universe to support you, you can even hold a special fire ceremony to usher it into realization, but it won't mean anything if you don't ground it in reality. If you … Continue reading Manifesting: Unblocking Your Path

Let’s Invite Each Other Higher

'I often try to imagine a world where we are not in competition with our fellow humans, but where we truly, madly, deeply soulebrate when others actualize their dreams. Imagine that. A world where we get excited for each other when we achieve - where we do not see another's accomplishments as a reminder of what we … Continue reading Let’s Invite Each Other Higher

Our Hearts Don’t Wear Watches

'You don't measure love in time. You measure love in transformation. Sometimes the longest connections yield very little growth, while the briefest of encounters change everything. The heart doesn't wear a watch - it's timeless. It doesn't care how long you know someone. It doesn't care if you had a 40 year anniversary if there is no … Continue reading Our Hearts Don’t Wear Watches

SACRED PURPOSE: Helping fellow Humans.

'I consider it a high honor when I am asked to help a fellow human to stay afloat during a difficult time. To be granted the opportunity to gift back to humanity is no small thing. Our sacred purpose often has a relational quality to it. Conceived in union, expressed through union, dying to union with … Continue reading SACRED PURPOSE: Helping fellow Humans.

What Abundance Are You Asking The Universe For?

'Abundance is an odd word. What is abundance to a materialist is not abundance to a spiritual seeker. What is abundance in your mind may not be abundance in your heart. What is abundance to the unhealthy ego may not be abundance to the soul. Best we define our meaning before we ask the universe … Continue reading What Abundance Are You Asking The Universe For?

Beginnings: What Have You Got To Loose?

'Sometimes people avoid the beginnings because they want to avoid the endings. This is particularly true if we have negative associations with happiness. If we have had the carpet pulled out from under us at moments of great vulnerability, we may prefer to avoid life altogether. But what is life without beginnings? Sure it may … Continue reading Beginnings: What Have You Got To Loose?