Clarity comes with a bird's-eye view, Here our minds are cleared of cobwebs too. Freedom soars on eagles wings, Recall anew the hope this brings. Traveling through this sacred flight, We gain the restoration of our sight. Above it all we will rise, Led by that which is truly wise. … Continue reading Time to Fly!
We've been sold a story. It goes something like this: you are small, you are weak, you're just one person, what difference can you make? Besides you are unworthy, you're too this or not enough of that. You're broken, a victim, so shut up, stand down, be submissive and struggle through. The main intention of … Continue reading We Are Powerful
Thoughts on finding Bliss: Today's treasures are not to be missed. Splash, whirl, dance and play, Celebrate with abandon this special day. Release your burdens for a time, Take my hand, as together we climb, And reclaim all that is sublime. There will be time to drink from life's bitter cup, But today let bliss take … Continue reading Finding Bliss
Today I have been occupied with "what ifs". Rather than allow my mind to take me on an aimless and futile journey; I called on my inner wisdom to direct the introspection. The following "what ifs" are not unique, new or even original. They have been around as topics of contemplation and discussion for millennia. … Continue reading What If…Musings
I did not arrive at today's post by saying, "I feel fabulous! Today I'm going to write about sunshine and rainbows." Nope; I'll hold onto that topic for another day. Honestly, I'm writing about creating more light, more love and more laughter because my attention has been drawn to the anger I spew into the … Continue reading Create more Light, more Love, more Laughter!
I had the opportunity to write an article for Kajama, an online magazine. The article is on healing. To view the full story follow this link: kajama.com/… Featured Article September 30th. Blessings!
Today is a day celebrated in many cultures as the mid point between winter and spring. There are a variety of rituals and celebrations that are held both in the spirit of hope and in an invocation of welcome. Today is significant because it is at this point that the ancestors took time to both … Continue reading Mid-Winter Celebrations
A few months ago I read two insights about broken hearts. Elizabeth Cunningham wrote, "Hearts are hard until they are broken." The other quote was from Anita Krissan. It stated: "Let your heart crumble into an infinite amount of tiny, precious seeds. Then plant love everywhere you go." Each of these statements touched a level … Continue reading Gifts of A Broken Heart
Something pretty amazing took place in my life several years ago. I can not recall the circumstances of my life and what was taking place at the time. The only thing I remember is the hearts. I began to notice heart shapes in nature. Several times a week I would see a heart. They could … Continue reading Message of Hearts
Life holds so many questions. Who am I? What is my purpose? What to do? How is that going to happen? Where is my soul mate? Why is it raining here in the Bay Area in July and August? The questions are nearly infinite. At times they can be overwhelming. Focusing on the questions may … Continue reading So Many Questions