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Daily Practice: Learning to Align, Surrender, Clear & Receive

A daily practice is about learning to align, surrender, clear and receive. We align through setting our intention on connecting with The Highest Source. We move into postures that open and align us physically with it and then we let go of the mental chatter, focusing only on the reality of what we are experiencing in and around us now. We surrender. But I still

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Thoughts/Feelings are “Contagious”

photo credit: D.C.Atty Empathy refers to the ability to relate to the feelings of another. Those of us who experience the thoughts and feelings of those around us are said to be “empathetic.” We are called “empaths.” This ability to pick up on the feelings of others is something that we do automatically. We “catch” the thought/feeling “stream” of another and experience it in our

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Victim Mind is Fear Based

 photo credit: prudencebrown121 Fear is the driving emotion when we are in victimhood. Regardless of what role on the Victim Triangle we may be operating out of, fear predominates because victimhood comes out of fear based thinking. In life there are two prevailing emotional frequencies: “Love” or “Fear.” Every feeling falls into one or the other of those two categories. Emotional responses generated by fear

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Building “Mental Immunity” against negative thoughts …

photo credit:Sarah G… Thoughts, much like pollen or germs in the air, are rampant. They are everywhere. They don’t originate in our minds, but belong to the collective universe. As Byron Katie is fond of saying, “There are no new, or original, stressful thoughts!” In the same way germs or allergens affect those with weak immune systems, we, too, are “infected” by negative thoughts, if

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That QUICK (snap) …and a stressful story is born!

photo credit: 666isMONEY <3 Here’s a question for you; Are you absolutely SURE that your assumptions about life are right? Recently, a friend was talking to me about an idea that he was excited about. Suddenly a fly buzzed by. Unconsciously, I waved the fly away from my face and my friend stopped in mid-sentence and said, “What? … you don’t like it?” (referring to

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