While driving on the freeway several months ago, I was listening to a jazz station on the radio and heard — what I later learned was — a “jazz classic.”
I have written previously about the positive side of this topic (Patience – Part I and Patience – Part II), so it is not exactly new to me.
Chilly nights followed by crisp sunny mornings of autumn are the most reliable time in my neighborhood to reconnect with Sister Mist in person
Last week as I worked on outlining the content for a course to train past-life therapists (please email me if you are interested)...
Gurgling, laughing, leaping with joy as you bound from rock to rock,
René Decartes (1596-1650; French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist) helped to pave the way for the “Age of Reason” (aka the “Age of Enlightenment”).
From a very young age I was taught things that my parents and other important people in my life told me was the “Truth”
This is one of those relatively rare times when “my guys” (my Spirit Guides) step in to declare the topic of the next newsletter.
We live in an ”interesting” world these days, but when was that ever not the case?
In last month’s newsletter, I wrote about a gentleman who was trying to wrap his head around the concept of Conscious Living, the content and subtitle of my three books in the Dancing with the Energy series.
Several months ago, I had an interesting conversation with a gentleman who was trying to wrap his head around the concept of Conscious Living,
Last month’s newsletter addressed the question, “ Why Do We Make ‘Mistakes?’ and suggested several reasons for this all-too-human phenomenon.
Readers of this newsletter may recall last month's edition, “Happy Accidents,” in which I reported Maitreya's teaching that “There are no mistakes, only choices”.
“We don’t make mistakes. We just have happy accidents.” ~ Bob Ross (1942-1995; American painter and art instructor best known as the creator and host of “The Joy of Painting”)
I love responding to questions from students and/or clients because it gives me an opportunity to delve a little deeper into the teachings of the Masters to find an appropriate and satisfying answer.