Discouraged

Discouraged

Following WordPress’ lead, here’s my one-word prompt: discouraged. I’ve been writing this journal/blog for about a year. The first few posts were scary. I presented myself in a way I rarely did publicly by revealing my beliefs, struggles, and self-discoveries. My desire was to reach those, like me, who receive strong insights, have vivid meditations, have symbolic dreams, and are given intense, meaningful experiences. I wanted to dive deep into understanding my spiritual imprint and share what I learned. I wanted to own how highly intuitive I was, and not just be seen to function in a linear fashion. Continue reading

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Should Feelings be Our Only Guide?

Should Feelings be Our Only Guide?

I’m intrigued by the concepts on emotional responses presented by Danielle LaPorte, Sydney Banks, and Michael Neill. Their passionate trust employing feelings to direct their lives and the results they have realized are admirable. So, although I appreciate the benefits to being aware of how feelings affect or even control me, I have a difficult time trusting only feelings to guide me. Continue reading

Challenging Belief to Change Behavior

Challenging Belief to Change Behavior

Beliefs are products of our experiences and environment. They are the source of behavior. If you accept you are here to evolve, questioning what you believe is inevitable. If you have behaviors you want to change, questioning what you believe is imperative. Continue reading

What Medicine Does Hawk Bring?

What Medicine Does Hawk Bring?

I kneel in silent meditation. A hawk is standing behind me. His wings encircle me, as if I’m wearing him as a cloak. I am relaxed, warm, and feel incredibly safe. Is he guarding me from something? If so, I don’t know what that would be. Is there a message he wishes me to hear? I can’t tell because he doesn’t speak. Does his unexpected presence portend something? I am confused, but I have no desire to leave the comfort of his embrace. So, I drift in and out of my meditation wondering why the hawk has come . . . Continue reading