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.
Virtue signalling, spiritual bypassing, and inner child healing.
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.
Sincerity is a form of power. And it builds precious, precious TRUST. In this episode, I’m walking you through 7 tips that can foster a business of understanding, deeper bonds, and solutions you couldn’t see when you were hiding out. Sincerity trumps a coverup any day.
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.
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?
It’s a huge stretch when we’re frustrated with other people’s choices… but the basic commonality we all have is CHOICE.
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.
Explanations of astral body, mental body, emotional body, and… What hangs out in your auric field anyway?
There are times to go to the mat for what you believe in. In my experience, MOST of the time, disengaging from duking it out is a very very good idea.
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.
Why do we do meditations on the Full Moon? What’s the “dark of the moon?” Does… it have anything to do with Pink Floyd?
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?
There are times in our lives when we bust out of habits and we do something new. Sometimes it’s the ego pushing us to prove ourselves.
It’s fairly easy to conceive of a collective consciousness that is loving. Essentially, people who are compassionate, kind, uplifting to the world.
Let’s take a break from shadow work and relationship healing to tawk about tawkin’––in public.
Harmlessness as a virtue––as an embodied energy, may be one of our most demanding calls as a species. It’s a commitment to the Universal Truth that can be hard to uphold.
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.
The practice of simplifying has consumed me in the best way possible. I’ve simplified every area of my life. It’s become a magnetic pull in my cells.
At the end of a big cycle of output, you’ll probably be pulled with equal force in three directions: cleaning up, stillness, and newness.
This conversation with UK-based coach Lou George ran deep and real.
Keeping it “positive” does not preclude having strong opinions… Opinions used for uplifting humanity are sacred.
After years of wanting to ascend, I’m just really grateful to be here. I hope you can say the same.
Real growth comes from internal inspiration, not external motivation.
Wisdom knows that there is always an exception to the rule, that there is a time and place, and that case-by-case is divine protocol.
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.
Wisdom is the spiritual essence of the Soul. Comes in the stillness + silence. The times we opt for a long walk and talk with God, over calling the psychic.
A few stories on how I’ve released my attachments to the immediacy of knowledge, and found comfort in the presence of Wisdom…
I want to go deep into this conversation about creating Fulfilling Friendships. I’ve got lots to say about engaged listening, self respect, breaking up (when necessary), and celebrating our friend-loves. I’ve also got plenty of opinions and practices for self-compassion, deep spiritual devotion, healthier relationships with our damn phones, and better quality sleep.
I’ve tried recapitulation and obsessive, neurotic over-attachment as a means to self-improvement. Funnily enough, it doesn’t seem to work.
Resilience isn’t about toughening up—it’s about adaptation. And adaptation is about inclusiveness. And inclusiveness is the natural state of the heart.