Unreliable Narrators

In fiction there is often a narrator who gives us pertinent information we couldn’t glean from the actions of the moment, directs our attention in certain ways, acts as a tour guide to help us understand the bigger picture. We are meant to trust the narrator. The are an expert or authority in the context…

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Stand Up To Yourself

As adults we make the rules we live by. We choose whether or not to pay the bills or pay for other things. We choose who to live with. We make decisions and choices from the available options on how and where to live. We make meaning out of what we see, experience, and interact…

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Fear of Becoming

There is a myth that we teach each other which says if we are doing the work then we are on a straight path that will lead us to our goal. It’s a myth that equates doing with success and is “one size fits all.” It doesn’t account for any lessons that need to be…

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Leading With Connection

It’s woven into our origin stories, our desire to define things. Our minds are our greatest asset and weapon. In naming something we feel we know it. In labeling it we confine and control it. We lead with the mind and therefore create dominion over our environment. We invent new ways to interact with our…

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New Video Meditation

I’ve uploaded a new video Akashic meditation to my Youtube channel.  It’s called The Tor. The journey is a passage from Ancestors of Avalon by Diana Paxon and the footage is of Maryhill Stonehenge in Goldendale, WA. The heroine is a priestess who has dedicated her life to a prescribed path and yet is reminded…

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It’s Not a Detour

In spirituality we tend to try and braid three different aspects of ourselves into a holistic life: mundane/regular life, spiritual path, personal spiritual practice. It’s fairly common for people whose spiritual path is to be in service somehow to go through and initial healing phase or “Come to Jesus” moment where those things we’ve been…

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