Interview with Caroline Myss by Phil Bolsta
This is the conclusion of Caroline’s last Reflections series – which is an apt segue to the upcoming Initiations by the Elements.
Saturday 11th to Monday 13th November 2017 A Findhorn Foundation Special Event Do you want to listen to your gut or God? Intuition, our ‘gut’, is a natural survival instinct we have, while higher guidance is an earned spiritual relationship that we develop between our soul and the Divine. In this workshop we will exploreMORE »
Now that you’ve had enough rambling about the power of imagination, it’s time to start imagining. This could be a really fun exercise.
Alice Time – Part III We all make wishes. Wishes are fun. But if half the wishes we made really came true, we’d be in big trouble, yes? I know I would. I mean I’ve made some dark wishes in my day. So, I have to conclude that making a wish, wishing upon a star,MORE »
I’m an expert on falling down the Rabbit Hole. I live in the world of the imagination and the impossible. I rely upon the imagination to fill me with ideas on a continual basis. If I lived in the ordinary world, I would disintegrate in short order, because the ordinary world is a place filled with reasons why ideas can’t succeed and with the wounds of failure and painful memories of the past that haunt us with fears, holding us prisoners to our past.
Alice Time – Part I
I am an “Alice-o-phile”. I adore Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass and have since the first time I read Lewis Carroll’s masterpieces. I just loved wondering how Carroll even thought of those characters … a Red and White Queen, the White Rabbit and the tea party (the real one). I loved every single page of those two books and I can’t even recall how many times I’ve read them – and still do.
I arrived home yesterday to news of the slaughter in Las Vegas. That I did not see or sense occurring. But nothing surprises me anymore – not even an act of evil on that massive a scale. And that’s what now keeps me awake at night – that I am not surprised. And why is that? Why do acts of evil – and they are acts of evil – no longer shock me?
What to do under the Bodhi Tree: Remember that time under the Bodhi Tree is a sweet reprieve from madness. You may think nothing is changing, but everything is changing. You have to trust that. This is a time of rest, a time of reflection. Go inside.
Living in a world of Distractions and the Reality of your own Soul’s Journey