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Untangling the Messiness of Transitions

My mother died on February 8, 2012. That night, as I drove from Lunenburg to Halifax by the light of the full moon, I felt her dancing spirit, free of the confines of a deteriorated physical body and I felt joyous and euphoric, recognizing the beauty and tragedy of transition all alive at the same time in the same moment. 640 more words

Journey To Openheartedness

Using feelings not fear

Fear is not real.(meditate on it)   Although, now I can appreciate where it came from. I feel like fear was good intentions gone astray. It was supposed to be a tool to try to encourage people to behave well.   164 more words

Emotional Guidance System

Emotions….

I am an empath and I am a woman.  The concept of emotions is not a foreign one to me lol!

*in the event you’re curious about what it is to be an empath check out this article, although I generally disagree with one size fits all listing it is helpful in getting validation about things you’ve probably already know about yourself which ultimately helps you grow :)  368 more words

Resisting Resistance Is Futile Creator...~*

Greetings Creator, I have some information I’d love to share with you. Lately I have been pondering the purpose of Resistance and why it’s necessary to our Creative Process? 970 more words

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Have It Your Way, Creator...~*

Creator – The subject I am pondering today is Deliberate Creation. I consider the subject of DC to be of paramount importance when it comes to how my day unfolds. 434 more words

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The Insidious Wobble I Recently Uncovered~*

Creator, I have some True Confessions to dish out to you today. I could hardly wait to get home to download the information knocking on my brain, so wanting to be shared. 694 more words

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Embracing Projection

One of the ways we distance ourselves from the stranger within is by projecting our issues, our own shadow, on to someone else, as if they were really someone else’s issues or someone else’s fault.   625 more words

Journey To Openheartedness