What’s that middle part again?

I’ve heard that other writers and artists suffer through this as well.  There’s a point, somewhere in the middle of a project, where it feels like you’ve totally failed, you’re a failure, this is never going to work, you should scrap it and start over, you’re never going to make deadline, what was I thinking in even starting this whole thing….…Details

Grieving

Everyone grieves at some point in their lifetime.  In fact, it’s a common emotion with many different variations just like there are multitudinous types of sadness, happiness, or anger.  We can grieve the loss of a pet, a friend, an opportunity, a phase of life, a career, a toy, or a loved one, just to point out a few reasons. …Details

Thought Forms & Creativity

Souls are taught the difference between thought forms, creation, and conscious existence.  In a realm where thoughts are energy and therefore manifest as form, that dissolve once the thought has concluded and the thinker has moved on, a distinction has to be learned between temporary thought forms and existing forms which are unaffected by thought. …Details

Soul Book

The soul book for each individual records the social worker’s detailed decision making process, the teachers credentials and agreement to act as guide for the soul and information concerning the nature of the soul’s soul group at its inception including social orientation and general perspective.…Details

Symbols in the Akashics

Souls learn the culture of symbols.  Symbols are not just forms or concepts or a means of communication.  They are beings, entities in their own right with history and free will and abilities of their own.  Symbols can be used to create, to deconstruct, to educate, to facilitate travel and bridge worlds. …Details

Self-imposed boxes

I’ve never been one to flinch from situations that were out of my comfort zone or to decide against doing something because it didn’t fit a social norm or because of what others thought about it.  Which, it’s brought to my attention repeatedly, is not how the majority of people live. …Details

Black and White Thinking

I just finished reading a book, the most recent work from a teacher I have worked with and admire.  She’s a well respected academic who was a pivotal member of those women in the 60’s working in San Francisco reimagining spirituality and reconnecting with women’s embodied sense of the world and our place in it. …Details

Anais Nin

And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it.…Details

Hiding from yourself

Hiding things from other people is something we do every day. We call it wearing mask or just plain old politeness.  Depends on if your perspective is getting what you want from other people or refraining from enlightening people with the truth, I suppose. …Details