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This is who I am

A while back there was a discussion about soul groups (a group of people who incarnate together) and it got me thinking, how does that work if you get uprooted as a child and end up moving to the other side of the world? 631 more words

Random Spiritual Stuff

Tuesday April 14th 6:26pm

Dear ex boyfriend,

I have been thinking about you more than usual as of recently. Not in a sad way and not in a bad way, though not a necessarily good way either. 1,273 more words


Riding the Wave

I have about three unfinished posts sitting in my queue right now that I haven’t been able to finish. My mind has been heavy and my heart has been paper thin. 756 more words

Lost & Wander: 4 Reasons Why I Shouldn't Take That 'Safe' Job

I thought that i would do my first post about what inspired me to start this page; my inspiration to write comes from feeling lost. I know that this has or will, at some point, probably affect(ed) almost every person out there; but I’m going to share my thoughts as I get through this.  831 more words

Always Afraid

Before I begin, I just wanted to say thank you for your support. This whole thing, my transmedia experience is so new to me. I’m still trying to figure out how I can reach the most people across all the different platforms I’ve decided to use…. 546 more words

A Project


I am writing this today to apologize.  Brene Brown says in her book ‘Daring Greatly':  “Lord, give me the courage to show up and let myself be seen.”.   232 more words


Poetry Month Day #17: "Sanctuary" Poem

Happy Day #17 of National Poetry Month!

Today’s poem is entitled “Sanctuary.” It celebrates the many places my soul has found a peaceful sanctuary including my creativity (art and writing), yoga and meditation practice, home affectionately known as “The Chakra Castle,” Elmina Slave Castle in Ghana, La Regla in Cuba, the city of London (Brick Lane and Forest Gate neighborhood in East London, London Buddhist Centre, and the Southbank Centre), museums like the Brooklyn Museum and the National Museum of African Art, and Malcolm X/Meridian Hill Park in Washington, DC. 134 more words