At our deepest level we all long to feel that we belong, that we are valuable and loved. Being seen and valued creates a space for our spirit to come forward and shine its Light, and for us to grow and unfold.
As we look to the new year ahead of us, we are being invited to listen to what our hearts and spirits hope and long for, and to allow that to motivate us in creating the year ahead. Join us in a ritual of releasing the which you do not want to bring into the […]
The year ahead is for our making and our thriving, and the perfect time to let go of that which we no longer want or need in our lives. As we listen to our deepest heartfelt longings, and allow them to guide us, we create an avenue for the Greater Yet To Be to express.
The Winter Solstice reminds us that when things seem at their darkest, we are called to look for the Light, to look to the Light and to trust it to come forward. In our trust and faith we open a way for the Good to flow into our lives unobstructed.
3 When Love and Joy, and that which brings us deep fulfillment guides us through the holiday season, we are assured of a rich and meaningful time, rather than one that is overwhelming or overtaxing.
When we bring soul presence to our relationships, and to how we treat others and ourselves, we are able to see the divine essence within— Wholeness, Love, Power and Wisdom. In doing so, we create space for healing and flourishing, both within ourselves and others.
PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY (your options may have changed) When we feel stuck and don’t know what to do, we are being invited to listen the the wisdom of our soul for guidance and clarity.
Oftentimes we get stuck in thinking we are “right”, and they are “wrong”. It seems as if our entire society is based on “picking a side,” even if you don’t fit into one single side. What if there is a third way of thinking; one where we are curious about other perspectives and possibilities? What […]
Oftentimes, we judge others who are different from us, people who have different attitudes and perspectives, or who make different life choices than we make. But does our judgment and “othering” change things for the better? Does it create the world in which we want to live?
We want to be able to create the life that we want, and to have the tools to change what isn’t working. What if the answer lies in our understanding our true nature and the nature of life?
In a world that feels chaotic and filled with upheaval we yearn to have a sense of peace and well-being. In turn, we are called to be a place of sanctuary for ourselves and to be in relationships where we are a refuge for each other.
Oftentimes, we get caught up in our opinions and perspectives, thinking that the world should be a certain way. But what if everything—good, bad, and indifferent—was here to serve us in our Self-discovery and unfolding our highest nature?
We all have a need to be loved and accepted and known. From that desire, we must be willing to live a life of authenticity and vulnerability, rather than showing others what we think they want us to be. For it is only in our authenticity and vulnerability that we experience true connection, love and […]
With all our responsibilities and things to do, sometimes we forget how important it is to stop and rest, to play and let go, and to renew ourselves and our spirit. Let’s incorporate play as a sacred part of our path.
Being awake spiritually changes our perspective of ourselves, others and life itself. When we are awake, we experience more joy, love and peace. So, what does it mean to be awake and how do we get there?