In last week's blogpost, Wholistic Education, I mentioned my ability to "see." I'm not talking about the basic world we see with our two eyes, although our eyeballs have a bit to do with it. What I am talking about is the ability to see the in-between, on many different dimensions simultaneously. Because I see … Continue reading Knowing and Seeing
I can't tell you exactly when it happened. Like the moment in Pleasantville (you know, the one with Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon... No? Well, anyway, bare with me) where people begin discovering the world of color that lives beneath the blacks/whites/greys of the old reality, there is a similar feeling that we find when … Continue reading The World of Color
This is your quest, your journey. This is what you're here to uncover. I say uncover, rather than discover, because while is it both, it is in the deep digging into self where we will find our most potent wisdom. It is the truth of our being that was purposefully hidden from our conscious awareness … Continue reading What’s Your Medicine?
There are many different ways to see and experience the world around us. Building on my post from a few weeks ago, "Woven Realities and the Vibration of Love," what we believe and how we design our reality is a direct correlation to what and who raised us. For better or worse, we are the … Continue reading Conscious Deprogramming
"Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves like locked rooms and like books that are written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, … Continue reading The Gift of the Present.
Feeling the push and pull of conscious vs unconscious being today. A really intriguing and necessary observation to be truly present with, to stay awake long enough to make the right decision into the next moment. There are days when the unconscious seems to wrap me up as if a warm blanket, yet more accurately … Continue reading Autumn’s Paradoxes.