Time to Fly
A time to fly
I have had feelings deep within that begin to bubble up and then sink back down for the last few weeks. They have been quite intense this weekend, again. Each step to finding who I AM at my core on this spiritual journey has been an awakening.
Honor The Light Within You, That Is Love
The past few weeks have been filled with joy, blessings, and a lot of excitement. It all began with a visit from my son, Steve whom I hadn’t seen in about a year. I was excited to see him as well as to show him around the city of Santa Fe, the place I currently call home. It didn’t take long for him to be in awe of the beauty that I cherish each day. There was not a day during his visit that I didn’t hear, “I really like it here.” Yes, this city has a way of captivating you.
Every Moment Is A Spiritual Moment
Each day I understand more and more the importance of sending all information I receive through my heart to feel if it is for me. If it is, I keep it, if not, I release it.
It wasn’t long ago when I wasn’t always sure if the call I was hearing was my inner desires and dreams or just more old messaging coming through. The deeper I have been able to explore my soul, shift through all the chatter, sit in silence, pray, the easier it has been to decipher what is for me.
A majority of us are addicted to something
Each day, I experience feelings to remind me that there is something greater than the concrete word we inhabit. Often, that feeling comes through in something I am reading that has been uncovered in science, other times it is being immersed in nature, the energy that comes through in connecting with others, or in my quiet time creating or visualizing. No matter the activity, each is always grounding and fills me with grace. It is all of these feelings and experiences that continue to form and enhance my spirituality.
How often during the day, is your past calling?
Are you replaying the same old message over and over- Is your response to distract the same every day?
A majority of us are addicted to something- but have we ever considered why?
It is difficult to go through a day without hearing someone say, “I am addicted to ______.”
Lately, the one I hear most often is I am addicted to social media, followed by the internet, the latest television series, or their latest exercise class.
All we see is perception
As my journey in life takes its twists and turns, I find myself opening so many doors. As each door is opened, I am no longer amazed that what God puts before me, is to show me how much I have grown and healed these past few years.
Are you Happy?
Yin and Yang is about balance. Every aspect of us has the light and the shadow as does this quote. In seeing beauty in me, it is reflecting what is in you. If you see anger, hatred, in me, that is also a reflection of something that is in you.
Being in Service
Are you happy?
How often is this question posited to you or asked by you?
What does happy mean to you? Not the definition in the dictionary or what someone else has told you it means…. but what it means to you?
What are you passionate about
"If I could give you information of my life, it would be to say, I am so blessed with all the beautiful gifts God has shown me, the teachers sent to me to guide me back onto a path of being in service. The more I am shown the more I realize, all that God does and I am filled with grace." Sangeet
Release and Let Go
A common theme I heard from clients this week was “If I could just figure out what I am passionate about, my life would be so much better”?
I found myself chuckling, as I knew how many times I have said that.
Embrace your inner child
How often do you hear the words "just let it go" and find yourself going, if I knew how to do that, don't you think I would? If it was that easy, don't you think I would have, was always running through my mind. Then it it hit me....maybe I don't want to let it go. Maybe I like having the worry, or the sickness or all the possessions of my past go” and find yourself
Just because I am home, does not mean I am lonely
Healing your inner child is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Almost every one of us experienced some aspect of trauma as a child. Trauma’s vary from having your favorite doll being taken to the trash without your consent, to your best friend moving away when you were five, to being told to shut-up, or to being physically, emotionally, spiritually or sexually abused.
Are you afraid to lose love?
Around 8:30 tonight, my phone rang and the voice on the other end, says, are you busy? I answered no and before saying anything else, I heard, can I come by, I am just around the corner. I said sure. Once my friend arrived, first words stated, were “it’s Friday night, what are you doing home, people will think you are lonely? I started laughing and said, I am relaxing, and I am not lonely, but what does Friday night have to do with anything? Deep inside, I already knew how they were going to answer, as I use to feel the same way.
Is your childhood trauma...Still Alive?
Being in a relationship exposes areas of our vulnerability. One thing, I have learned from clients, myself and watching others is that it is really difficult to tell the other person the truth until you face your fear of being afraid of losing them. You have to surrender to the need for the other person to be there, the deep fear that you feel creeping in when you allow yourself to think about what your life would be like without them. All of that fear needs to be gone. Sit with the feeling that they are gone, experience the sadness, and the realization that you will still exist without them without breaking apart.
One of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves is to go back and observe all the experiences in childhood that have impacted our lives. Take a step back for a moment and see yourself as the child, with the perspective you have today as an adult, looking at each event, each experience, each moment with the understanding and compassion of your adult self.