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Tuesday, November 3, 2015


If we continually focus on what we don't like or something someone did or said to us, we are going to continue to bring more of exactly what we don't want. I constantly have to remind myself of the law of attraction in order to break that old way of thinking. Then I can focus on love and all that I am grateful for.

The Law of One reminds us of who we really are and all that we are capable of. This is our world to create however we choose. Focus on peace, beauty, and love and please try to ignore the fear porn from our media it's only creating more fear, hate, and anger. It takes constant practice to focus our thoughts, the more we are consious of our thoughts the more we are able to re-direct them back to creating a new and better life for ourselves and a brighter world for our children. We are all in this together, and we must start thinking that way. Together we can create anything it's been proven over and over again, believe!

Friday, October 16, 2015

Positive Reminder

"Watch your thoughts; they become your words… Watch your words; they become your actions… Watch your actions; they become your habits… Watch your habits; they become your character… Watch your character, for it will become your destiny." - unknown

Monday, October 5, 2015

Creating love through self-forgiveness

So I'm one of those people many like to classify as a perfectionist. If you looked at my desk you might not say that. But I can tell you that my number one subject to perfect has always been myself. A completely UN-achievable goal of course. But only when I use the word "perfectionist" I don't really need to be perfect but boy do I despise screwing up. Therefore I'm slight obsessed with being better. My natural inclination is to beat myself up when I screw up or say something stupid etc. Sure guilt can be a motivator but it sure is a terrible one in my eyes. And we all do it, right? But why, all it's ever done for me is create negativity toward myself. Eventually, a self-loathing... again I ask why? If my thoughts are teaching me to hate myself then eventually I will start to hate others, hard to believe I know but here's how.
Every time I see someone do something that I do that I dislike about myself I get mad at that person. And we all do it, unfortunately most people don't realize they're looking in a mirror. I heard a saying once that I've always found kind of funny but it's true. "If you're surrounded by A..holes, then the real A..hole is you"  Ouch! Hard to hear if you've ever thought that. But take a step back and think about it. We project onto others the things we want to change in ourselves. So next time you get mad at anyone. Stop and think before you say anything to that person. And ask yourself why does this upset me. Sometimes it's tricky, a perfect example happened to me the other day. I was mad at my husband for not doing more around the house. I care not to admit how many times this has angered me in the past. But I couldn't see what this had to do with me because in my mind "I do everything!" (of course this is really not true or fair) So this time I asked myself, "why does this upset me so much?"  My response was "he's lazy" so then I asked myself, "where in my life am I being lazy?"  It quickly became clear there are several areas of my life where I needed to get off my butt and do something. Sometimes certain characteristics are not obvious to us. I certainly don't consider myself lazy because in many ways I'm not. But oh when it comes to those things I don't want to do or I'm afraid to do... well that's a different story. But this is how we not only become better people but also how we start to like ourselves a little bit more. I can't tell you how much better I felt after I realized that. And better yet, I went home kissed my husband and thanked him for all that he does do. Much better than starting a fight or walking around with a chip on my shoulder causing him to wonder what he did to upset me. And I immediately set to work doing one of the things that I had been procrastinating. Thus clearing an energy blockage within myself and allowing more room for divine spirit to fulfill me.
Oh but I said there are a couple reasons didn't I?  Here's the other reason that many have a hard time seeing. WE ARE ALL ONE! We all come from the same divinity. You could say we're all brothers and sisters but really we are all apart of the One, the Creator. I read somewhere once that I though was a beautiful description of this concept. Think of God's light filling up a cup eventually when it's full it starts to overflow and when it does that cup begins to share it's light with others to make room for more divine light. Everytime we share our light and love with others we are allowing our own cups to be refilled. That same light is in us all. We can choose to seek the light that is in others and we will see more light within ourselves. Everytime I critize others I'm critizing myself and for me it was a lot easier to start loving others in order to love myself. Forgiving myself has been a long hard road but worth every minute.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


Monday, August 17, 2015

About Me

My purpose here is to relay some of the great gifts I have been given. I openly encourage everyone to read with an open mind and heart, and question when questioned. I've had so many overwhelming enlightenment's recently that I was compelled to share with anyone willing to spend a few minutes to read my words. And for that I thank you! And I'm humbled for the opportunity to communicate whatever comes. I love sharing my thoughts and visions and I hope it encourages others to do the same. We all have these experiences but many don't talk about them with people for tons of reasons. Number one reason for me has always been fear. Fear of judgement, ridicule, you name it.  I've come to discover that fear is the true opposite of love because fear is what leads us down a path to hate. We're not born hating people. Yoda was right!  I went from being totally out going, in love with the world and everyone in it. To being afraid to talk to people or afraid to leave my house. I felt my heart go from unconditional love to a self-centered cynicism for all people. This blog is about my journey back.

I've spent the last several years researching as much as possible desperately looking for answers to what exactly, I didn't know. Now I know it was truth that I was seeking. I've always trusted and relied on my intuition and I'm so grateful for that. I certainly have not always followed it but I've learned to trust it more and more the older I've gotten, and now more than ever. For years I couldn't tell you who that little voice was inside my head guiding me. I first learned to pray when I was a young adult and I realized that someone or something answered me back. Naturally I assumed it to be God himself, 20 years later I finally discovered that voice is my higher-self or my oversoul guiding me.  We all have the ability - contrary to popular belief we're not crazy. Though there is a lot of evil in this world who want us to think that. "You're hearing voices... ok here's some medication" When I was numb from medication I didn't care about anything really especially trying to better myself. Why should I, if you feel no pain there's no motivation for change. Of course I'm not a doctor, I'm not telling anyone to stop taking medication but I can tell you that I went from taking 5 different medications to zero. I had chronic pain and depression caused by my own grief, anger and FEAR! Clearing my mind with prayer and meditation has only made that little voice a loud one.