There’s no crazy without brilliant; no wisdom without ignorance; no love without hate; and no courage without fear.
Yet we hope to be one without the other – a rose without a thorn. We forget our agreement – to fully experience the light and the dark; to BE human.
We can’t own our gifts or our divinity without also owning our pitiful selves and our stupidity; without realizing that our mistakes are what we came here for. They’re our greatest moments of awakening.
There’s no north without south; no found without lost; no laughter without tears; and no sunrise without sunset.
We come here to feel and express it all; to move through the Read more
The beauty. The play. That’s what I always come back to. That we’re players in a Shakespearian drama of our own creation – standing on a wooden stage on a summer’s eve – expressing our joy and horror at being part of a play.
The horror is indeed part of our play; it’s the suffering that lives beside the joy. A sweet child suffering a devastating illness; the mother grieving endless loss; the father speechless from pain and failure. It all plays out beside the joy of childbirth; the happiness of a toddler on a swing set; the purring of a kitten in your arms; a child’s graduation; and the glory of standing on a mountain top in a brief moment of well-earned victory – followed swiftly by a tragic storm.
Thank you tragedy. Thank you heartbreak. Thank you joy and beauty. How about not equating horror with death; not equating pain with Read more
Here’s an amazing interview with Sweigh Emily Spilkin, MA, MFA, CHT, enjoy!
Death is a unifying force, a human mystery we all face. Yet as intuitive and author Sue Frederick reminds us, death is not the end. All of us have the capacity to connect with the unseen world and with our loved ones who have died, but most of us block it. Moreover, instead of being a problem to solve or get over, our grief (along side our anger, blame, guilt, and other difficult emotions) can be used as fuel to connect with our sacred mission—who we really are and what we are here to do on the planet. Join us in this interview with Sue Frederick as we dive into the mechanics of intuition, the power of grief, and practical tools to connect with our loved ones on the other side and “bridge” heaven and earth.
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Kindness is everything. Getting back up is all that matters. Trying again is the world. Looking back you’ll see the choices you could have made. Make them now. The road less traveled you could have taken. Take it now…
Take a tiny step into hope. It’s a small clearing – mostly a break in the storm. You’re not sure. Go. Put your feet on the path. Break it all wide open.
You’ve already lost so much here. And you’re still standing. That’s all that matters. Dust yourself off. The storm actually saved you. You thought it would destroy you. Nothing will ever destroy you.
Feel that searing heartbreak. Let it rise up from your chest and Read more
There’s a journey you have to take – a paddle to shore – a trip through your sharkinfested mind. It’s your journey from dark to light – from fear to love – from nowhere to everywhere.
Reach down now and dip your hand into those dark swirling waters. Start a ripple. Make a stir. Embrace the danger and adrenalin blending inside of you. That’s the energy of your pure life force waking up. It’s YOU moving from lost at sea to found again.
Dip in with your hand now – palm facing behind you. Wave away what’s done and gone. You will move forward. Pain is part of this ride. You knew that going in. Let divine grace push you into Read more