Losing a Loved One

Over the years I’ve read for many of you who have lost a loved one. While my heart went out to you, I had never experienced a meaningful loss. My grandparents died when I was a lot younger. Since we lived out of state and wasn’t able to develop a much of a relationship, I …

Are You Losing Friends?

One of the symptoms of waking up is changing relationships whether it’s divorce, break-ups, terminate old friendships or distance yourself from toxic family. It’s very common for this to happen because your vibration is changing and increasing. The people you once resonated with you no longer do – even spouses. Ending Friendships It’s hard, but …

Stay In Your Lane

It’s hard for us to stay in our lane. Why is that? We think we’re being helpful or setting our mind at ease by minding other peoples’ business or worrying about them, but really, we’re not. What we’re doing is attempting to control them and the outcome because we think it makes us feel safe. …

Mama Bear Syndrome

When I think of a mama bear, I think of nurturing. Being a nurturing mama bear is good unless we take it too far. It’s good to be nurturing and protective of our children. The opposite side of that is controlling and worrying. All of us parents do that at some point and to some …

I Don’t Want To….

Forcing Doesn’t Motivate Fill in the blank with whatever it is you’ve been putting off. If you just can’t get motivated, can’t find the energy, whatever, then don’t force yourself. Clearly there’s a reason you’re resisting. When we force ourselves, that’s when we go to the gym once, only never to return. That’s when we …

Looking for Evidence

Remember the old song, “Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places?” We look for what we want in all the wrong places – evidence. We’ve been taught, programmed by society, our families, school etc to look for evidence. That’s how the world has worked. Want to lose weight? Step on the scale to look …

Sniffing Out People

If you’ve been around dogs, then you know they can sense things about people. They tend to like some people more than others. They know who’s nice to them and who isn’t. They know who’s afraid of them and who isn’t. Dogs and all animals may not be able to talk, but they have their …