The last in my series on transformation falls into a unique category called receiving help. J.G. Bennett delineated this as the fourth source. How do we actually receive? What is defined as help? We have to put ourselves in the pathway of help; whether that is help from above, help from colleagues and friends, help by striving to evolve into elevated consciousness. We cannot receive help if we don’t think we deserve it. Putting ourselves in the pathway requires knowing how to ask and how to receive. We may only sit and pray when we are desperate, when life has … [read more]
Seeing the glass half full is the optimism many are born with, but developing this skill could mean weathering the impending storm.
New homes can have many iterations in life. They are phases, awakenings, deep understanding, and actual physical places. It is a joyous occasion to arrive at a new home and it feels risky. The unknown is before me as a welcome adventure. Every new station of transformation has felt like a new home in which I learn to navigate more personal freedom and innate power. I know I have shed my old skin and shine with bright new colors. I am filled with a sense of hope. The irony is that each new home emerges from realizing who I already … [read more]
“You are already completely abundant. You lack nothing. You always get back an abundance of what you put out. Abundance is a state of consciousness. Abundance is a perspective. It is knowing that you are Source energy and that you are enough.” from article in Harmonious Earth called, Abundance and Manifesting by Kirk Nielsen This is a quote from an article I read in Harmonious Earth that sums up my views on abundance, but I want to go further with it. Abundance is like our consciousness. In spiritual progression toward becoming free, we don’t seek to improve but to remember … [read more]
Without contrast, we cannot appreciate things. We cannot see how blessed we are. In fact, the greater the contrast we experience in life, the more we do not take things for granted. What I mean by contrast is the darker more unpleasant experiences in life. Without our troubles and difficulties, we would not appreciate what we do have. Take illness as an example. When we are in pain for a long period of time, we are ultra relieved when it stops, even more so than someone who has only had acute pain for a day. With a prolonged health … [read more]
This morning, relaxed with my coffee, I sit on the brink of tears, poised in the place of wonder and awe, relief and unfolding. It is a poignant feeling of relief, release, and GRATITUDE. I attempt to describe the vibration in my body, the presence, a subtle joy and a quiet satisfaction, not elation, not a high, but a feeling after a big push of effort. Though I am still creating the final modules of my ecourse and far from done, the people are here. I am running 3 groups simultaneously, plus counseling one on one and think back to … [read more]