I thought I would share something personal about my own “encounter” with archetypes, as a way of communicating the reality of their presence and authority in our lives.
Sometimes it’s good to pause in life for an infusion of wisdom and insights that just make life better. Everyone could use a dose of common sense wisdom once in a while.
If there was ever a time when we needed to understand the mystical meaning of the “Light”, it is now. We are living in a world confronting darkness everywhere.
I thought I would ask you the same questions that a group of my close friends asked each other as we approached midnight on New Year’s Eve…
Half for fun and half for curiosity, I asked three people this question, “If you had the chance to ask an angel one question, what would that be?”
Our life goals need to change, as do our habits and our attitudes about what we want from life and perhaps more importantly now, what we want to contribute to life.
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.
Part of the archetypal journey written into our souls is the search for our own courage.
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.