Heal Thyself: Part Two

You will remember that I left off last week with sharing my understanding of vibrational energy. Particularly, how it relates to communicating with the spirit world. Healing any area of our life can benefit from the same understanding of frequency.

Did I Just Say That?

Joman Romero wrote a book called “Knowing Ourselves, what does the body want to tell us about diseases?” It focuses on the emotional and mental components that feed into dis-ease.

Are You Meeting or Exceeding Expectations?

So, was Christmas everything you imagined it to be? Did you enjoy the gatherings and smatterings of family events? Perhaps you dreaded certain interactions only to find, you were right and next year you will definitely do things differently! Did the people and holiday traditions live up to your expectations? I am going to go out on a psychic limb here and say that they did. Do you want to know how I know?

How To Know If You're Surviving Or Thriving

I took a whirlwind tour of Paris over the summer that included an introduction to their transportation system. We traveled by car, bus, metro and even walked to explore the city of lights. Although I could not see myself living in such a big city, I did appreciate the energy of it for a short time. Well, with maybe an exception or two.

Haywood County and Waynesville look to stay ahead of cryptocurrency mining

It’s novel, it’s trendy and it’s a great way to become fabulously wealthy — or lose everything you have — but the nuisances associated with the production of cryptocurrency are prompting local governments to regulate them before it’s too late. 

How To Interpret Spirit World Messages

This morning I felt the presence of a spirit. They lightly touched my head. I was in the middle of doing something and did not ask any questions, thinking perhaps it was one of my guides just saying hello. A few minutes later, the same sensation swept across the back of my head again and this time I heard, “I need your help.”

Little White Lies

We have all told little white lies at some point in our lives, feeling like we had no alternative. We found ourselves face to face with people that play an important role in our lives and our “truth” was nowhere near the surface. Are these half-truths, exaggerations, harmless untruths, or partial truths damaging?

Are You Adding To, or Subtracting From Your Environment?

I have the pleasure of being with a partner that takes his time each morning to center his energy before he starts his day. He has taught me through his own example that I have many more choices in life than I ever realized, and most of those decisions start from the moment I open my eyes in the morning. Instead of reacting to my day, I have started implementing the techniques he uses in his own life to orchestrate my day in ways that brings me more joy and makes me more present in my exchanges. I try to make good choices and recover quickly from bad ones to increase my personal power. Perhaps this is new information for you. Like me, you might have been raised to react to life rather than orchestrate your life. Here are some ways that I leave that notion in the past and find ways to make the most of my 24 hours.

Made You Look!

I was sitting in a meeting trying to focus on the presentation when my attention was diverted to the corner of the room by two women carrying on a conversation. Y’all, this was not in the back of the room where one might expect people to get distracted. This was on the front row! I can only surmise they felt that Robert’s Rules of order did not apply to them.

Power: Where is it?

Power: when you feel like you don’t have it, it becomes your focus. Who likes to feel powerless? There are so many situations in which we feel like we are at the mercy of someone who can determine our time, our financial output, or our worth. What’s that about and how can we shift it?

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