At 5 a.m. this morning I opened my eyes and looked at the dark sky outside my window. I felt Awake. I listened to the quiet and then to the birds begin their morning chattering. My cat snored softly beside me in bed. Over the last months I took a step back from channelling. IContinue reading “Reflections of a Reader”
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Mind, Body, or Spirit?
[how I translate messages from Spirit] Where does ailment exist? In the mind, the body, or the energetic field? When I ask my guides, it’s seems to vary depending on each individual’s situation. Sometimes it’s a shift in thinking, moving energy in the energy field, a change of diet, or they’ll advise a trip toContinue reading “Mind, Body, or Spirit?”
What Kind of Medicine Are You?
Life created healers to allow you a path of experience to reach relief, as part of your story. It weaves and ebbs and flows to accommodate your level of acceptance to be Well in whatever ails you. It accommodates your current and decreasing and/or fluctuating levels of identification with “problem”.
The Inside of Love
You can’t find it, because it’s not lost. You can’t search for it, because it’s already here. I closed my eyes and asked, “tell me about my love” and I flipped to a page in my Tao Te Ching. It read: The Mysterious One is the source of the universe. She is continually, endlessly givingContinue reading “The Inside of Love”
New Age Thought: Is It Really That New?
I soak up metaphysical philosophies like a sponge. I love twisting and turning my perspectives to see things in a new ways. Challenging old beliefs, for me, is the only way to evolve. The idea that Thoughts turn to Things, dates as far back as (at least) the times of Jesus and his teachings. We’veContinue reading “New Age Thought: Is It Really That New?”