Posts Tagged ‘spirit’

unveiling our purpose

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Purpose. Seven simple letters yet it can sound like such a big, daunting word. Everything is what we make it out to be. No exceptions. Even purpose. The word “occult” literally translates to ‘hidden from view’. Some folks believe that the occult is scary and yes, we are often scared of that which we don’t […]

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cultivating dreams

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In the ever evolving flow of change and progression… I’ve experienced another big shift in my life. After 2 beautiful years of living in White Rock where I’ve loved walking to the beach, the abundance of sunshine and the floral infused fresh ocean breeze, it’s time to move on. We’re saying goodbye to this calm […]

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the hummingbird visits

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Being positive doesn’t mean we’re flashing big cheesy smiles 24/7. Being positive is about being real. It’s about being human. It’s about maintaining an underlying core belief that everything, EVERYTHING that is happening is somehow in our favor. KNOWING that there are gifts in every moment and actively participating in the journey with it’s highs […]

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healing our holistic selves

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Oh life. This blog is coming to you, written from bed. Yup. I put my back out. What a perfect opportunity I’ve been given to write a little about metaphysics. Everything that happens to us physically, happens first on an energetic level. When our body is speaking this clearly to us through incapacitation, it’s saying […]

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halloween and the spirit within

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A couple weeks ago, I attended a faerie’s ball costume party. While there, a nice couple commented that I was doing a great job staying in character all night. Their words struck me with┬áthe awareness that I wasn’t doing anything to stay in character since my costume was actually an element of myself. I felt […]

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