"God would not have put a dream in your heart if he had not already given you everything you need to fulfill it." I don't know where this quote came from or who said it. I saw it on Pinterest and felt like it was a useful thought to contemplate today. I really resonate strongly with this quote. I can tell you that this has been true in my life. Every time I have had a truly inspired dream..not a goal...but a dream that seemed to come from beyond myself, the Universe has risen up to...
Imagine what our world would be like if everyone loved themselves so much that they weren't threatened by other people's opinions or skin colors or sexual preferences or talents or education or possessions or lack of possessions or religious beliefs or customs or their general tendency to just be whoever the hell they are.
I've spoken of the angels before. I rely on them quite a bit when life gets overwhelming. On normal days, I tend to talk to my Guides and let them help me figure out my life issues, but when the going gets rough and I'm sick or scared, it's the Angels that I call out to. I used to ask for a specific Archangel
Honesty is hard work. It takes courage, commitment and a lot of self love. Honesty, done with love and empathy for the other person/people is the best (and only, in my opinion) way to live your life. Living a lie is mostly hurting you, but it also hurts those around you. You might feel like you're protecting them, but
About a month ago I shared a post about Slade Roberson's book, The Money Shift, and promised to report back after I had worked through his system for attracting money and abundance.
What does your relationship to money look like? What does your money honey look like? What is his personality like? How does he treat you? Does it make you happy and provide nicely for you or does it make you beg and plead just to pay your phone bill?
Spring is a wonderful time to clear out the old, worn and dead pieces of our lives that are no longer working for us. We often do a spring cleaning around our houses and our yards, but how often do we extend this purging into our private lives or even our professional lives? I'd say that … Continue reading Shedding the Old to Make Way for the New