The art and act of the manifestation of change is as simple as it is complex, as effortless as it is ruthless, and as much the result of spontaneous Divine chaos as it is a litany of conscious prayers invoking the winds of change.
I developed this fun survey to help you think about the category that best reflects the general psychic “theme” and power management of your life.
Jewels are powerful inner lights. My experience is that we often need time to let the light of a jewel absorb into us. I know that to be true from my own experience. Every jewel that you discover will change you – and that changes your life.
Part of the archetypal journey written into our souls is the search for our own courage.
Whether we are conscious of it or not, we tend to co-create many of our boundary violations via an archetypal process of ‘matching’ our patterns with others. This can shut down our potential, and I’d like to share with you some powerful new insights about this process.
These insights from Boundaries and the Intuitive Heart will get you on a new track of boundary assessment, creation, and management, while opening the door to go further.
Being of service to other human beings is a calling. It is not a job. It is not a career. It is a calling. And although that “calling” may be packaged as a job or a career, that is merely the vessel your calling requires. Further, the call to be of service does not require a job or a career. All it requires is a healthy you. And even further, by “healthy you”, I do not mean a fully physically healthy you. I mean a “you” who is capable of managing a “healthy” personal agenda when involved in “conscious” acts of service, from volunteer work to your role in any number of service occupations. That’s a high goal to shoot for, I’ll grant you that. But a “calling” is the “high spiritual road”, because in the process of serving others, the situation, job, or occupation will often bring out your own demons as a way of serving your personal growth.
We must utilize the magic of our spirit-imagination. Why? Why would that be essential to our well-being?
I call these Power Questions because they contain the power to change you, to inspire you, to draw you into reflection about what you want in your life and how you see yourself.
We know that it’s good to create some open space for your mind and heart to grow and create in, but how do we go about doing that?