Universal Logic Isn’t

So much left brain and dichotomy, so little time.  Our left brains hold language and logic and patterns and structure and all things black and white.  Or red and blue if you’re into US politics these days.  However, that is only part of the story. …

Lottery Ticket

When I’m talking with clients they sometimes struggle with the idea of manifestation and definitely struggle with the practical aspects of free will.  Which is complicated by all the religious dogma they have experienced since childhood and the messages out their about spiritual paths and surrendering to a greater power. …

Lughnasadh/Lamas/Green Corn

Happy Lughnasadh! Today, in much of the Northern Hemisphere, is the time of first harvests.  This has been, historically and in agrarian societies, a time of celebration and of community gathering.  It was a time for feasting and joy as all the hard work from late winter, through spring, and through a great chunk of summer has finally produced its bounty. …

Instant Gratification

Some things still have the ability to shock me.  And it’s not what you might think.  It usually happens when I’m in conversation with someone and they think that spiritual work should be done for free or when they talk about spiritual work like it’s a video game or a book they can just pick up at the store and start using. …

Souls at Home

There are so many roles that we take on when we are not in a body.  Because, when were here, all of our frames of reference are about this physicality, our minds try to imagine what life is like when we are not here or what the Akashics are like and we imagine it like this, or as a replica of this. …

There’s Not a ScoreCard

I hear a lot of people talking about karma like it’s a scorecard in some weird game where the columns all need to balance somehow.  “She did *such-n-such* which is just horrible.  And she does it all the time.  I just don’t understand how she can get away with it while I have deal with _____ and I try to live right all the time. …

Be Open to the Unexpected

Mixed messages abound in our culture.  In particular the messages around achievement.  Regardless of the end goal, the messages we are given talk about hard work, setting clear specific goals, being detail oriented, don’t take no for an answer, never give up, make a plan and stick to it, never take your eye off the ball, etc, etc, etc. …

Passenger or Driver

In working with clients I bump up against their perspective that they are a passenger along for the ride.  “I don’t really have any questions, I just want to know what my Soul Book wants me to know.”  I recognize that this is something that we’ve all been taught for hundreds of years: no one can know or understand the workings of God, everything happens for a reason, Thy Will Be Done, etc. …