I made the conscious decision to “invite others into my heaven, rather than allowing myself to be pulled into their hell”. I have that choice. I can make that decision.
“The universe is changing – as the planets move and come to different places, there will be a lot of tension in our lives. It’s all right. You just have to push yourself and let your wings take flight. There is a great journey that lies ahead and a bit of stress is expected. Just don’t let it conquer you.” ~ Conscious Reminder
One thing I’ve found here that I haven’t experienced in a long time (a decade or more) is a sense of community. A real sense of it. One in which I really feel as though I and my family belong. One, in which we can be ourselves. ALL of ourselves and really feel accepted.
It is said by some sources that the number of empaths that exist globally is a relatively small percentage, but I have noticed the further I progress on my journey the more people I run into, who possess the traits associated with being an empath.
How do you deal with the “storms” of others? Are you able to pull them into your peace?
Do you offer services that assist others seeking wholeness, balance and wellness of the mind, body, and spirit? If so, I would love to connect with you!
Traditionally, for me the week between Christmas and the New (Calendar) Year is spent in preparation. I use it to get a sense of what – energetically speaking – the upcoming year might have in store for me. As well as setting goals and intentions.
Being a member of a supportive and nurturing group of women – or Sisterhood – is a fairly new concept to me. sis·ter·hood noun the relationship between sisters. an association, society, or community of women linked by a common interest, religion, or trade. Growing up the only child in my family and separated from extended… Continue reading Sisterhood: Embracing and Expanding the Circle
I have integrated a great deal of “wisdom”, I believe, the past few days with regard to energy. OH! For certain, I have known a great deal about it for many, many years now. But, we can know things, but really not KNOW things or even how it applies to “real life”, so to speak. Last… Continue reading True Passion: Feeding, Rather Than Depleting
My voice. Finding it, listening to it, and keeping a hold on it. These are things that I’ve struggled with all my life. As a child, I had a mother that was very vocal. Sometimes explosively so and so much so, that my own was drowned out or I simply feared to vocalize it. As an… Continue reading True Moments: Writing Our Story