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Posts from ‘January, 2010’

Take Joy, Take Peace

“No heaven can come to us unless our hearts find rest in it today.
Take Heaven.
No peace lies in the future which is not hidden in this present instant.
Take Peace.
The gloom of the world is but a shadow; behind it, yet within our reach, is joy.
Take Joy.”
~Fra Giovanni Giocondo, 1513, Priest, Architect & Scholar

Tasha Tudor with her Beloved Goat

The new year being upon us, of which we celebrated the Celtic version back on November 1st, I have been dreaming and making plans for 2010. While “resolutions” seem non-conducive to success in my experience, “intentions” have a funny way of sticking around. The world seems to conspire with your higher self to pop up little reminders, reflections in the outside world that remind you internally of the intention you have set for yourself.

Mine and Serge’s intention for this coming year is to focus much more of our time and energy on our greater goals, number one being to channel and make many more spiritually inspiring creations. Whether this takes the form of videos, podcasts, ebooks, other audios or another book manuscript is something that will tell itself in time. All that I know is that, in the past, I have gotten in my own way when creating and now intend to step out of that shadowy place and let more light shine through into my work.

For all of us, there are many little moments that seem to happen to us. Things that are not created by us. We may not have asked for them, but the nature of life is that they come to us anyway. And each for some unknown reason or purpose. Yet these are the moments when it is very easy for us to lose our sense of self-knowing, or connection and faith in the spirit. As a sensitive, I can say that I have more of these experiences than most.

What can you do then, when the external world comes crashing into your inner world? How can you answer back as the will and actions of other people seem intent upon derailing you and turning you from your chosen course?

The answer is, … Continue reading →