Manifesting 101 – Part II

People speak about fear as detracting from manifesting.  And this can be true, but it depends on what you mean by fear.  Being afraid of something in real time, like an oncoming car or a bear standing next to you in the woods, or the decorative railing on the balcony of a high rise apartment are all good fears that help your body gear up to keep you safe. …Details

Manifesting 101 – Part 1

Manifestation in its simplest form is a conversation between an individual and the Universe in all its aspects.  One side speaks and then the other in an ongoing communication that allows each to express itself.  This being the case, the clearer the person is on what they are trying to communicate the better chance for the receiver to understand and be able to respond appropriately. …Details

Sacred Space – Here and There

Like many things in our lives we have a very us/them relationship with Sacred Space.  For the most part we see it as other than us, residing in buildings specifically designed to create and contain it such as churches, existing in nature such as awe inspiring mountains, water falls, rivers, or canyons, and forming temporarily in large public gatherings such as the Presidential inauguration or Burning Man.…Details

Right Brain Opposite Land

Our left brain seeks to make meaning out of the world around us including our personal experiences of it.  Many times it weighs these experiences the same as physical laws such as gravity, so if something has always happened to you in the past, just like objects always having to fall to earth, this something will always happen to you in the future. …Details

Change Happens

People speak about change in two very contradictory ways.  One puts people in the role of victim.  “You can’t stop change from happening.  You are born, you grow old, then you die.”  Which, while true, misses some key facts along the way such as our bodies constantly repairing themselves, sluffing off old cells and building new ones and the fact that while we do this we still manage to hold onto things like scars and birthmarks even though the cells that make them up are replenished hundreds and hundreds of times over the years.…Details

It’s a Two Way Street

It’s funny to me how we tend to think of things as going only one way.  Such as the external world doing things to us, but us having hardly any impact on the external world.  It’s like we’re a leaf being blown around by the wind and we can’t see that we may be creating a wind block for others so they aren’t affected by the wind or that the wind lifts us up and carries us over obstacles or that we can float with the wind and enjoy the ride. …Details