In our challenging, outrageous, and a-long-time-in-coming times of major change we are meant to know ourselves as spiritual beings, which means we must know how to care for ourselves accordingly.
The Hype of Valentine's Day Yes, we've just passed Valentine's Day which, like all of our other holidays, is…
Karma Rising: A Centering Tools Spring Equinox offered by Marjorie Baker Price as an all-day small group intensive to…
Journaling offers a space of sacred pause, from which honesty and creativity easily emerge as core requirements to come to related resolution.
Hope is meant to be experienced as its own unique element – ongoing and separate from all the other ways we deal and authentically respond to living all aspects of our lives. So in addition to being emotionally free, we need to free, in order to unleash, our authentic selves – it’s all we’ve really got, anyway.
We are once again in this season of thanksgiving and miraculous divine rebirth. May we all offer each other and ourselves our highest vision and trust in our owen real capacity to greatness – and not imagine restoring, but correspondingly recreating, that reflective world for us all to experience and share in the greater good. We are all worth it.
Free Author Reading Women and Girls Empowerment Fable #MeToo Dec 12 at 7 pm Writers and Books, 740 University Ave, 14607
Happy, fruitful heroic adventuring! I believe our times demand it . . . “Be the change you wish to see in the world” – Gandhi
Our personal past as well, however it is emotionally incomplete, does profoundly and endlessly haunt us. It will wait forever for authentic healing and resolution; and therefore is a central challenge to restore equilibrium. . .We know how to restore equilibrium when we access and trust our authentic self. We are here to heal and evolve in order to create and extend a spiritual vision of love without exception, which shares infinite power to create to support the greater good, restoring equilibrium in wonderfully new, higher ways.
The only way we heal and become truly stronger and greater than we were before is by surrendering to our emotional pain, being willing to unconditionally hear its full messages, view and be freely present in its memories, and accept what’s real – the real meaning of the last stage of grief.