Louise Hay wrote, “In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole and complete. I no longer choose to believe in old limitations and lack. I choose to begin to see myself as the Universe sees me – perfect, whole and compete.” Ernest Holmes once wrote, “I would rather see a student […]Read more "Perfect, Whole, and Complete"
Last night, I had so much fun presenting an informational, introductory workshop on the work of Dr. Joe Dispenza. It was an enlightening evening for me and I trust for those who attended. It stimulated great discussion and ideas for our personal expansion. Interestingly, and I didn’t know it months ago when we chose the […]Read more "Synchronicity"
There is something that I know is true and I go to this place whenever I feel that the situation seems unsolvable or that it seems like I can’t get to the bottom of it in a way that is clear to me. It is during those times that the truth seems to be hidden […]Read more "When You Don’t Know What to Do…"
Could we actually believe that no one is denying us our good, that everything is here for us? Could we actually believe that nothing is standing in the way of our desires for life, health, love and wealth besides our own thought? There was a statement I read this morning by Ernest Holmes that I […]Read more "Truth, the Great Mover"
I’m not sure why the Beatles wrote the song and called it “When I’m 64…” I didn’t experience what could be called the stigma of ageism until I turned 65. I am not one to mind getting older and I believe in growing older and wiser with grace. I have no intention but to age […]Read more "When I’m 65"
Today, I got a glimpse of the protest in Paris because my friends are there vacationing. It is involving the French Yellow Vest and their 18th straight weekend of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron. Simply, they are protesting economic injustice and favoring of the elite. I’m sure there is more, but I will not get into […]Read more "What’s Up-Rising in You?"
We cannot solve the world’s problems by turning toward them and trying to figure it out from there. We cannot wait for violence to stop to feel safe. We cannot say we love one group of people and not another. We cannot continue to divide ourselves between peace and hatred. The recent mass shooting in New […]Read more "For New Zealand and All of Us"