Harness the Intuitive Voice Inside You That Has Guided Life’s Greatest Thinkers, Artists & Business Owners “I should have trusted my gut.” “I knew what was really going on but I didn’t say anything.” “I wanted it so badly but I still walked away.” It’s almost a cliché: The telephone rings and you intuitively know
I have a few spiritual guides that I admire very much, and one of them is Marianne Williamson. I discovered her teachings on A Course In Miracles when I was in my early 20’s living in Boulder, Colorado and having the first of many existential crises. I devoured her lectures and books because they made
Ahhh, self love, self acceptance, self care. Common parlance these days, but still potentially the most difficult skill for many of us to learn while we’re driving our meat suits around this big blue marble. Your cells hear everything you say and believe about yourself and transform themselves accordingly. The things we say to ourselves
Photo: Andrius Aleksandravičius Greetings Gorgeous! October is one of my favorite months, and *not* just because it’s my birthday month. October is filled with magic and brings potent connections to the spirit world, as the veil that separates the material and the spirit world grows thin. It also brings the energy of traditional ceremonies to
Those of us who are tuned in or sensitive may feel the effects of our environments quite acutely, whether it’s the full moon, shifts in the energies that surround us or angry drivers in rush hour traffic. All this input can cause us to wind up feeling blue, overwhelmed and just off kilter.
“Always in motion is the future.” ~ Yoda, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back What if you believed that you could change your reality with ease? In my work as an intuitive counselor, one of the biggest challenges I help my clients to cope with is the element of the unknown in their
Acknowledge and love yourself for who you truly are. Not who you think you are, or should be, or who your friends/family/kids/spouses/bosses think you should should be or could be, but who you are, NOW. Where time and space intersect at this present moment. Take a second to notice and appreciate all the wonderful things
Gifts are everywhere, make sure you’re keeping your gift goggles firmly on your face and focused on what’s real. Find the blessing in your current situation. In a recent Business Insider article, Eric Barker writes: “You know what the antidepressant Wellbutrin does? Boosts the neurotransmitter dopamine. So does gratitude. Via The Upward Spiral: The benefits of