I’m bringing you one of the most dynamic high-energy conversations I’ve ever had in an interview. Craig Siegal is a sweetheart, a Jersey boy, a former Wall Street guy who found his heart. And we had a really beautiful connection.
Tolerance. Acceptance. Celebration. 3° of loving awareness that take us from slightly seething resentment… To an inner spaciousness that’s very kind. In other words… “agreeing to disagree” can either be total ego bullsh*t because we want to carry on with things, or it can be truly inclusive.
Spiritual bypassing is when you put a spiritual spin on a “negative” experience to avoid uncomfortable feelings…
Virtue signalling, spiritual bypassing, and inner child healing.
What’s still sitting in the basement of your psyche waiting to be freed up and healed? Evolution is about integrating all parts of ourselves. No fragmented self left behind.
I’m not suggesting that we never talk about our past again (though that’s not an entirely bad idea). But what if we: Only speak about our pain with the intention to heal it.
Whatever challenge you’re in right now, wherever you are stuck… not only are you going to get through to the other side—because all things pass, you’re going to be radiant when you get to the other side.
What helped me tap happiness even in the midst of body aches and mental fog? I suspended judgment for my fatigue. I didn’t tell myself to push through. I didn’t critique the ways I got to an empty tank. I looked at exhaustion after challenges and hard work as… natural. (Duh.)
The newest episode of this podcast series is devoted to one of my favorite topics: Devotion. We’re shining light on our prayers, our beliefs, our teachers… and whether they’re actually getting us closer to what we really want—liberation.
Consistency in relationships is powerful. Showing up for our humans is with steady love—it’s everything, really.
But what about our relationship with the DIVINE, our non-human family?
We have to choose our words with care—as if each phrase was a seed for a reality… because it is. Words incant, invoke, destroy, and create. When we speak with high intention, we live in Higher Love. I have an experiment for you that might prove it.
Choose your healing methodologies… like you Love yourself.
The science, the art—and the heart of Desire.
Fear feeds on fear. Darkness wants you scared.
Love wants you to know that you are protected by Love itself.
But how do we hold on to that perspective? How do we DISSOLVE FEAR?
When we stay attached to our experiences, we can create suffering. So the healing inquiry is: Are you willing to give over one painful experience—and the suffering that came with it—to your heart for healing?
What if next to photos of dream homes and hot bods on our vision boards, we also glued on images of lush forests and happy neighbours?
Rage is part of the human experience. And like all of our light and shadows aspects, it deserves to be honoured. And If we look at it with compassion, it won’t blind us.
The courage to know. Shock and hope for protecting kids from human trafficking. My conversation with Randy Watson, founder of Ally Global Foundation.
A request: please learn with me.
There’s so much that we want good n’ GONE. But here’s the thing: nothing is leaving your life or your thought patterns until you give it the light of your consciousness—your love.
“Inner Child” is a very useful term for our healing. But it’s so often misunderstood.
In the personal development realm, discussion around Forgiveness tends to focus on us Forgiving the other person for what they apparently did. But what about asking for Forgiveness?
I’ve been focusing on my relationship with the 5 elements, moving into my capacity to offer healing as the Earth heals me. A mutually supportive relationship. It’s been really nourishing to approach each element as a relationship that I have something to bring to––and what I can bring is reverence.
When we pray for the strength to protect others, I believe that we magnetize more Light into our lives. Because it’s universal law–to give is to receive.
Your family members are going to be who they are most of the time. There’s so much sanity to just letting yourself flow with someone else’s predictability—their norm, their nature. Accept it. Forgive it. Just tolerate it; or peace out if you don’t want it in your life. But don’t waste too much time wishing you could change it. Bless it.
We need to heal.
We need each other.
We need each other to heal.
Relationships are vehicles for healing.
And that’s my thesis on love in these times.
The most powerful thing I can do for the world is to heal myself. When I heal my own inner conflicts, immune system, and polarizations, two beautiful things occur…
I wanted to write about divisiveness in the world—especially within the self help and wellness communities. And then politics. Community vs. elitism. Medical freedom vs. tyranny. Free speech vs. Censorship. Love vs. policy. But… calling out divisiness seemed… ironic.
When Grace looks to the future that she wants, a future born of suffering and awakening to joy, she seizes the moment and she makes a vow. And this is how we avoid falling back asleep after a wake-up call. We vow to live differently. And every vow requires devotion.
True self love is to accept ALL parts of ourselves. Our neediness, delights, pains, talents… Light and shadows. ALL of us. Without criticism.
True self love steers us away from seeking signs from the Universe that we’re “worthy.” Self love is a remembrance of our Divinity. We are Love itself.
Transmutation isn’t a slow burn; it’s a wildfire. Our inner fires are being reflected on the outer landscape.