Every Moment is a New Reality

Written July 31, 2015

In each moment – each breath, each blink of an eye, we begin anew. We are reborn into infinite possibilities. Regardless of desired outcomes, can we just cherish this moment, our in and out breath, and the beloveds around us? Can we bow in gratitude to the sun, the moon, a flower, a tree....the rivers, the valleys, the buzzing bees....You are free to…

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Just Have a Good Poop, Will Ya?!

Written July 16, 2015

Bless us all and our busy minds, we can overcomplicate things. When our nervous systems get overstimulated in the do-do-do of our day; we can find comfort in returning to the simplicity of life.Sometimes what can provide us the simplest relief from out of control emotions in ourselves, or weathering the storms of someone else’s energetic outburst, can…

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No Rope, No Tug of War

Written July 10, 2015

There's no tug-of-war if one person's end isn't holding the rope. When you are too busy loving the rope holder, there is no war, just passionate righteousness and expression punching at the air. Whatever side of the rope we experience life, may we know we are all the same atoms and molecules around and in-between... and we simply deserve more love,…

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Throughout the “Polishing” of Our Heart, Love Remains

Written May 29, 2015

Sometimes the ego lashes out in judgments, accusations of wrong-doing, claiming the injustice of it all, but when really if seen clearly – it's a misunderstanding that is confusing "I'm not being heard by you" with not getting its way.In the awakening of consciousness, the unraveling of the ego can show up in subtle ways, in life-smashing ways, and…

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“Yeah, But I Already Know That”

Written May 2, 2015

When firmly entrenched in “I know that,” and “Yeah but” – we’re not letting anything new in. I call it “Teflon mind.” The new, mind-altering, life-changing insight comes in, and bounces right off the “Yeah but.” It’s no one’s fault, it’s just a condition. It’s unconscious deflection, a self-sabotaging rejection of something that could be most helpful…

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