Whether you have experienced multiple meditative and journaling practices or none, you will in this workshop, significantly and newly discover more multiple dimensions of self-healing, greater insight and coping in this time of transformation as your time of transformation and creative resolution
We are our choices.
Our lives are the history of our choices.
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.
I have been in the midst of very intense in all ways change over the past year. I have felt hugely overwhelmed and helpless to know how to make key decisions, effect necessary outcomes, and stay afloat financially, physically, mentally and emotionally.
I’ve known how much I’ve needed inner help to sustain and transcend these challenges, let alone find real solutions. In very new, specific and extended ways I’ve managed, through lots of intuitive, creative and self-healing experimentation to access, more than I ever dreamed possible, “unseen friends” who have made a critical difference in the amazing and wonderful outcomes I’ve experienced; and truly provided an equally surprising door that to me seems miraculous for a new beginning.
It is so elusive – and how could it not be in our violent world – and yet it remains the great message of this holiday season – of every holiday season every December. Peace . . . peace . . . we are told to seek, in our hearts, in our world . . .The “present” of becoming more greatly present, aware, and empowered is all you can offer a world desperate to transform and transcend dysfunction.
We remain such a barbaric society in great denial, filled with excuses, blame, resentment and entitlement that takes us as far away from our own great spirits as it endlessly perpetuates great abuse. No wonder we cannot make peace within and without! The political challenges of our times are the spiritual challenges of our times; and we cannot afford to continue to deny, excuse, justify and blame who we decide to objectify, neglect and violate. As it was said, “what we do to the least of them . . . ” we do to ourselves – and we all continue to lose…We can only recover through self-healing, which then leads to enlightened knowing about how to really care and be compassionate without condition. That in turn supports the greater good – said to be our spiritual mission – that we continue to seek to actualize throughout our lifetimes.
What truly satisfies our souls? When we are able to arrive at a fundamental place of unconditionally acknowledging what we are truly grateful for – past, present, and future (all really one source connection!) – we gracefully let go and let be . . . and come to an inner place of rest and opening to become.
We are here to support our greater good without excluding anyone, anything, and especially ourselves. This vision and mission always produces “win-win” solutions that can only reveal themselves through staying present courageously and with compassion as the ongoing “observer-active participant” throughout a whole unfolding journey of becoming.