Sometimes we get into judgement about our body because it doesn’t match up with our society’s ideal body. What if we are missing the point? What if instead, we honored and celebrated our body as the vehicle for us to perceive our own innate wisdom and the Wisdom of the Divine?
Do you ever feel stuck in a problem and think that there is no answer or solution? We want to know that there is a solution to our challenges, an answer to life’s difficult questions and that we are never stuck.
Memorial Day invites us to honor and celebrate the many who have gone before us and made our lives better. It also invites is to contribute in ways that make the world a better place for those who come after us.
When things in our lives or in the world seem distressing, we are being called to look below the surface and recognize the Infinite All-Good that is present. As we do so, we create space for It to come into form.
How good are you at loving yourself? Not just the parts that you deem acceptable, but even the part that makes mistakes and messes up. Loving ourselves creates room for our spirit to come forward and express in the world.
The symbolism of the Easter Story reminds us that the material world, and all its problems, is not the Ultimate Reality, the Ultimate Truth or the Ultimate Authority. Spirit within us has the ability to transcend all things, and in turn, bring peace, clarity and the perfect solution.
Do you sometimes forget that you are a spiritual being because you focus on your flaws more than your innate goodness? Discovering our divine nature magnifies it, and consequently to embody it. As we embody our spirituality we naturally act from the Love and Goodness that we are.
When we come from the awareness of our connection and oneness with everyone and everything, we act with more generosity of heart and spirit. We act from kindness, love and compassion. In turn, we create a more peaceful world.
As we look around us, the newness of Spring is popping out all around us. We can use this as a reminder that the Creative Intelligence of Life is always present within us and our lives.
When we witness the sacred that is present in everyone and come from a consciousness of oneness, we become a space for healing, experiencing and expressing our wholeness and bringing our best selves to life.
The distressing things of the world are a call to spiritual practice and knowing Something Greater. As we open ourselves to the Good, we create an opening for greater good in the world
With so much happening in our world right now there are a plethora of decisions to make every day. So many that it can feel exhausting. When we listen to the wisdom of our heart, our decisions become clear and easy. In turn, we move through our lives with greater ease.
When life feels tumultuous and it seems like we are living in a culture that is filled with fear, it serves us to know that there is a bigger picture to what is happening, and to know that no matter what is happening, we are whole, safe and secure.
How do we love others with whom we disagree or with those who see things differently? How do we not lose hope in our crazy world? We must hold to our vision, walk our talk, and learn these skills to do both. You will find two PDF’s below that go with this talk. SIX PRINCIPLES […]
Some people think that our ego is the enemy. However, we need our ego to survive on planet earth. We can choose to come from our ego or our spirit only when we remember Who We Are and consequently, know that we are safe.
Everything that has been going on in the world can leave us feeling like we have an emotional hangover. Now more than ever, we are called to take care of ourselves mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically, so that we can lift ourselves out of the mire and feel joy.
The Hanukkah story reminds us that when we live with purpose, act from spiritual purpose and stand in faith, the entire Universe supports us. When we partner with the Divine we create an opening for Good to unfold.