Today’s episode of SoulTalk is a short but insightful musing on the necessity of embracing the power of the ordinary in life. When we allow ourselves to drop the narrative that something else, something extraordinary should be happening, we can be fully present in the Now. Listen and learn how to curb your quest of constantly seeking, and exist fully in the present, enjoying every moment of your life.
My reality, the entirety of my reality, has been enlisted to provide me with the evidence of my wholeness. Every single person in my life has now been enlisted with bringing me the experience of my wholeness.
Life is showing you who you are. But most of us who have been coming to Call to Calm every morning have seen who we are. Life doesn’t have to show us our unconscious anymore because we don’t have a problem being a human being. No matter how we are showing up, we don’t invalidate ourselves anymore. We are having an experience. The sooner we accept it, and embrace it, the faster we return to peace and operate from completion. This is being in the flow, in harmony and in receiving. This is where it becomes powerful. This is why it’s magic time!
I’m in the biz of helping people live their wildest dreams. I’m also a champion of discovering the wild genius of your current life. These two tracks must go hand in hand– or else they can undermine you. After two decades of being in this field, I want to give you the best of the best of effective focus.
I want to tell you about an unbeatable dynamic mindset duo — Big Desire and True Acceptance – which together are guaranteed to take you into the one amazing life you’ve always wanted.
We live in a time when breakthroughs are sought to prevent or reverse aging. For the longest time aging itself, although a universal process, was a deep mystery. There is no gene for aging, and nothing is completely predictable, because no two people age alike, not even identical twins.
Each spring great forces are released to work upon and within us. During this time of the year the possibility of making a brand new beginning in life is never greater. Why is this true? Because spring also “dawns” within us, and if we will align ourselves with the power of its presence, then working for us is the unstoppable principle of rebirth itself. But, if we would receive this new life, with all its promise, then we must be willing to sacrifice within us whatever stands in its way…
The majority of you who have been with me on the Call to Calm Meditation every morning, are finally out of survival. Some of you left relationships with narcissists where they didn’t have anything to do with you, you were roommates with no intimacy, no connection.
Through your recalibration to peace, you have begun to open up to receiving, to harmony and you are on your way to complete conscious manifestation of your reality. However, the key is to not get stuck along the way.
With the passage of legislation in Florida restricting discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools, the “Don’t Say Gay” movement is gaining national momentum. Similar legislation is in progress in multiple states. Those of us in the LGBTQ community who marched for our rights in the 1970s–1990s can hear echoing in our ears the rallying cry we chanted then: “Say It Loud: I’m Gay and I’m Proud!” The right to be who we are without fear or shame; the end of hatred and violence directed at us.
When it comes to healing and how to heal, we often have so many questions. As we explore this, let’s start with a concept, which may be new to you—
There is nothing to heal, because there is nothing broken.
This may not be how a typical conversation about healing begins, so let’s tie it all together with an explanation about how our body and our life collaborate with each other. We live in a quantum reality and that quantum reality is what you’re truly interested in becoming masterful at.
This past week, hate took a hit in our country in a way that millions of Americans could hear, see, and feel.
This past week, a woman named Mallory McMorrow—a straight, white, Christian, married mom (her description, not mine) stood up to hate and said, “not on my watch.” McMorrow, who also happens to be a state senator from Michigan, said no to vile, hateful language. She said no to a character assassination from a fellow Michigan lawmaker, who also happens to be a mom herself.
McMorrow’s speech was a passionate one. It was a speech that went viral and that captivated millions, myself included. Now, why did it resonate so deeply with people? Well, in my humble opinion, I think it’s because McMorrow spoke up for her beliefs, and also for the beliefs of millions of other Americans who are also feeling the weight of hate on our society. She spoke up on behalf of others who feel maligned and mischaracterized, those who are tired, exhausted, and fed up with what is going on in our politics, in our schools, and in our social media feeds. Good, hardworking, honest people have had enough. They’ve had enough of the hate, enough of the slander, and enough of the different kinds of war that’s happening in plain sight.
Henry David Thoreau wrote the book Walden. In it, he shared this inspiration, “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unrecognized in common hours.” Life Rights is a part of my dream!
Thoreau’s freedom was compromised when he was jailed as a result of protesting the United States’ war with Mexico. This event had such a profound impact on him he wrote the famous essay “Civil Disobedience.” In this essay Thoreau wrote “...the state that is created for man whose power comes from the Divine and not the other way around.” Thoreau delivered a powerful message on the importance of freedom in that essay.
I feel Thoreau would have written a little differently today. Respectful of the time, I am not judgmental of his choice of gender specific words. We all have to move past a specific word or phrase to the core intent. We are blessed when we truly acknowledge the Divine Love of God in all regardless of color, gender, sexual preferences...when we know Namaste within and move beyond using the word as friendly greeting. There are many Life Rights violations, abuses of freedom. Our opportunity is right now. “Peace begins right here, right now” with each one of us when we allow the Consciousness of Divinity to emerge. This Divine Consciousness does not fuel the negative emotions surrounding negative events. Violations of Life Rights begin to be diffused with our strengthening consciousness that all life has the right to live their intentions in freedom and peace.
A whirlwind Western world worships productivity, as defined by how much we “get done.” But I’d love to see you become “undone” with joy. Because let me assure you of this: Learning how to be unabashedly alive is a very productive goal.
It’s so easy to lose touch with your nimble, true self when you are busy with everyday tasks and habits, and a relentlessly “go-getter” mentality.
Over the years during my work as a psychic and a life coach, I have heard many people blame their life challenges and insecurities on being an empath. News Flash: we are all blessed with empathic abilities. Keep reading and discover twelve practices that will help you thrive when living as an empath.
Our sacred home called Earth, is a vessel for beautiful, sensitive, resilient and abundant energy. Each of us is connected to Gaia energy, in unison with the ever-expansive Universal energy. Our truest self is highly attuned to the energy around us.
You came here to be a human being. This means you came here to have the experience of being human. Why? You have to ask yourself “why as this infinite consciousness have I chosen at this time to be a human being?”
When you look around, humanity has forgotten its essential nature. We’ve forgotten who and what we truly are. You are here as an act of service, love and compassion. Being a human being is compassion. You come here from infinite source energy and potential and then you forget everything because you can’t hold on to the vastness of who you are in the limitations of your human form – especially human survival.
The word author-ity is an interesting word.
Some people are the authors of their own lives, they live, they laugh, they learn. They tell a story that includes all factors of their life; the joy and the pain, the triumph and the tragedy.While others are authors of ity-bity stuff and they can’t seem to get out of the rut.
It is so comforting when we start to see how we have become wiser because of the hard work or the determination that we have put forth to improve ourselves. Wisdom is an attribute that we seem to appreciate more because of trial and error or through life experience and challenge. Standing up for who you are is empowering, yet it remains uncommon because most people are followers and do not want to be criticized for being different. In the word en-COURAGE-ment is the word COURAGE..it takes a true dedication to speak up for what you feel and honor your feelings.
Let all the lessons you have endured in your life give you the right to BE.
Knowledge, regardless of its sophisticated nature, is a tool. It arises from and belongs to what has passed. As such it embodies, deﬁnes, and relates us to life through what we already know about the world around us. By deﬁnition, this kind of understanding is limited.
However, no system of thought can stand up to the ever-shifting changes of real life, let alone meet those same changes fearlessly. Regardless how sophisticated its knowledge, the Self that knows itself only through its own conditioned thinking can never develop beyond the content of itself, any more than a math equation can suddenly outgrow the line of symbols responsible for its form.
Today I want to touch on one of my favorite topics: INTUITION!
During these times when personal and world events trigger a variety of emotions, it is important to remember that you have tools that empower and support you … the greatest of those being your own personal guidance system – your intuition.
In most people’s minds abundance and lack are opposites—it is obvious which countries are rich and poor. But even in a wealthy society, abundance meets troubling obstacles of economic and social inequality. The path to success is rocky for nearly everyone, and making more money doesn’t save you from feeling insecure inside. When you combine these factors with the prevailing belief that success depends on hard work, struggle, and fiercely competitive drive, the whole picture is gloomy and at best filled with risks.
I think that the picture is distorted. The secret to abundance lies within, and there is a path to it without struggle achievable by everyone. This is the path laid out in detail in my new book, Abundance: The Inner Path to Wealth . It proposes an inner path that is completely compatible with spiritual growth and personal evolution. Let’s clear away at once the notion that spirituality is the opposite of material success.
We are beings of free will. We can choose to allow our ego wounded self to guide us, or we can choose to allow our higher guidance to guide us. An important aspect of the spiritual path is the path of healing the wounded self, so that we are able to release our ego will to our higher will.