Tag Archives: Spiritual
I’m a little nervous today …
My Spirit guides told me they wanted me to talk about embracing death and making it fun.
I know, this is kind of out there for a lot of people …
Death is an adventure. It is just a transformation from the physical to the non-physical.
We need to get rid of all darkness and fear around death … it’s about celebrating the person’s life and remembering when they were here in the physical.
You’ve got to go through grief.
Losing the physical being of someone on this planet is the most difficult thing you can go through.
You don’t have to let it make you stop living YOUR life .
You’re still here.
You’ll see. You’ll look back at your own life and think
Part of the problem with grief is that you can get stuck in it, you stop living your life because of the sadness, fear and anxiety.
Know that you can still connect with them even though they’ve passed on.
That’s what I help people do all the time.
I teach them to connect and how you can keep a relationship going with your passed away loved ones.
You’re only here for a short time, you don’t have to let it make you stop living YOUR life .
Love and Blessings,
Are you ready to receive your message?
It doesn’t take a long time to have a Miracle …
The minute we sit down and I open my portal, the things that come through shift your life and you WAKE UP!
It absolutely CHANGES your life!
What a wonderful life it is to live when you have it Spiritually Infused!
What do I mean by “Spiritually Infused“?
When you are connecting with Spirit (God, The Universe, Source, whoever it is who YOU worship) and really allowing that energy to boost whatever it is that you’re doing during the day.
It’s so much fun to be able to talk to Spirit and get SPECIFIC information …
It can truly change your life!
Some of the things that I use to support me in my Spiritually Infused Life are: Crystals, Essential Oils and Spiritual Books. (Click here for more information about the Essential Oils that are ESSENTIAL in my life)
If you have any questions about how to go deeper with your connection to Spirit I’d be happy to answer them!
Love and Blessings,
What are you doing
for YOU today?
Remember to take time for self care.
I love taking a bath with a quarter cup of sea salt and a quarter cup of baking
soda – it really clears away the cords of attachments that we pick up whenever we interact with others.
What do you love to do for self care?
Today, I decided to sit outside and meditate.
I came outside, got my music on and set my timer for 12 minutes.
You’d think 12 minutes would be easy enough to do, right?
I’m trying to remain steady and at ease …
Meditation IS really difficult when there’s a lot going on.
I totally understand that meditation is difficult, especially when you’re going through difficult times.
And yet, that is when we need it the most!
Do the best you can and persevere …
I, ultimately, had to stop after 8 minutes. (Click here to see why today’s attempt was so challenging)
At least I got a few minutes to let go and think about the wonderful things in my life.
Love and Blessings,
I want to help you connect with yourself ... with your peace and happiness that is within!
Meditation is truly one of the most rewarding and life changing activities that you can explore and ultimately use to expand your life experience.
Click here if you are ready to embark on an entirely new way of being and believing sign up today and start your journey of peace, relaxation and connection.
There’s that old saying about taking the same actions over and over, but expecting different results. While that expression is generally used as a “definition for insanity,” I think we can look at the same issue in terms of happiness – and find just as many problems.
Think about people who really struggle to find happiness. One of the defining characteristics in a life of stress, anxiety, and unhappiness is repeat behavior – and consistently unpleasant results.
People allow themselves to stay in toxic relationships or work jobs that wear them down day after day. They spend time with people who damage their self-esteem, make consistently poor choices when it comes to food and exercise, and take on responsibilities that cause undue stress without any sort of satisfaction.
All of those behaviors are just like the “definition of insanity” mentioned above – it’s maintaining a cycle of behavior, but somehow expecting the outcome to change for the better.
Of course people want to be happy, but when their decisions and actions consistently prevent some of the basic needs for happiness – what do they expect?
Does this sound familiar? We’ve all got bad habits that can act as roadblocks to our happiness, and it’s up to use to identify them, figure out ways to change them, and move well past the barriers we set up for ourselves.
Small changes can often bring us closer and closer to a life of happiness and fulfillment, but those changes have to stick! We can’t keep making the same mistakes over and over again – otherwise we’ll never make any progress at all!
Instead of just going through the same motions day after day, we should all be looking for the decisions and actions that are responsible for our feelings of unhappiness. After all, basically everything we do is a choice – from the people we spend time with to what we do at any given moment throughout the day. We’re constantly making choices, so why keep making the decisions that ultimately lead to unhappiness?
We can break out of these cycles, and we absolutely should do everything in our power to get away from damaging decision making. Making consistently dissatisfying choices is a fast track to unhappiness – and the very definition of “insanity!”
Two of the biggest roadblocks to happiness share a source. For some, it’s regret. For others, it’s obsessing about the “good ol’ days” – the way things once were.
For both groups of people, though, a focus on the past is preventing them from being happy in the present. It doesn’t matter if those memories of the past are positive (good ol’ days) or negative (regret), they both create an unrealistic and unhealthy approach the present – and the future.
If you’re stuck on the past because of something you regret, you’re walking around with your own personal raincloud. It will prevent you from seeing your own self worth, or even accepting that you’ve grown and changed – and may not even be the same person who behaved so regrettably.
Now, you shouldn’t forget your past entirely, especially if you harbor some guilt over something you once did. You should, however, accept the fact that what’s done is done. You can do your best to make amends for your mistakes, to right whatever wrongs you may have caused, but after accepting responsibility and making an effort to put things right, there isn’t anything else you can do!
It’s good to remember your mistakes in order to learn from them, but they don’t have to define who you are, or how you assume others think of you.
Looking to the past with too much fondness and nostalgia can be equally poisonous, though. When you think your best is behind you, you stop having something to look forward to. If you think your life has already “peaked,” how do you find joy in the present?
This mentality actually minimizes the happiness people experience because, no matter what happens, it always seems less significant than the “glory days.”
Remembering past accomplishments with fondness can be helpful – it can fill you with confidence, and help you make use of the lessons you learned along the way – but if it’s getting in the way of your ability to experience happiness in the moment, it’s a serious problem.
Instead of looking to the past, whether that past is full of sunshine or shadow, accept that it’s done and over with. It will always be a part of your life, but what happened yesterday can only affect today so much. That’s the thing about the past – there’s no changing it, and no getting it back.
You do control the present though, and it’s up to you to find your own happiness in the here and now!