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Monday, May 29, 2017

Change Is Good

The only thing constant in this world is change. There are two types of changes we experience in our life:

1. A change that occurs through a positive or negative unexpected circumstance.
2.A change that we consciously decide to create.

The first type of change can cause unexpected stress, grief, and sudden feelings of insecurity. These are the kinds of changes we tend to fear because they are usually caused by an event that happens outside of our control. This would include a death, divorce, loss of job, or a scary diagnosis. This type of change can also be caused by a happy occurrence such as a marriage proposal, winning money, getting the promotion you thought you weren't qualified for, or meeting your soul mate. Therefore, these kinds of changes can also bring a burst of faith, hope, happiness, and safety.

The second type of change occurs when you innately feel it is time to move on or into something new. This can also be scary, but you tend to feel more in control of the situation. Feelings can range from exhilaration to anxiety, but the point is that you are the one instigating the change and you are learning how to stand behind your new decisions.

Both types of change can cause a level of stress and there are ways to manage your stress through the changes:

1. Know when you need help and ask for it. Who are the people you can go to for assistance, support, or just a listening ear. It might also be a good time to look into getting a mentor, coach, or therapist who can help you cope with things.

2. Massive self care. Whether you instigated the change or not, and no matter what your stress levels are, you deserve to be taking care of yourself in massive ways. Ask yourself what you need. What do you do to take care of yourself? Nature walk? Salt bath? Dancing? Reading in a quiet space? Do the things that fill your soul.

3. Acceptance vs resistance. I write about this in my book, "What Would Angels Do?" Basically, anything you are resisting can get really uncomfortable and you can actually become a really toxic person by being in resistance to change over the course of time. Acceptance doesn't necessarily mean you agree with the change, it just means you are willing to take a realistic look at what is actually happening outside of your wish for it to be different. This is the only way you can start making decisions on how to cope and move forward. As hard is it may be sometimes to accept things as they are, staying stuck in the "what if's" and "I don't want this!" is a lot more painful.

Let's explore how you feel about change, heal any wounds that came from unexpected change, and ask ourselves what healthy changes we need to make now in today's meditation. Enjoy!


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Monday, May 22, 2017


Not only is it okay to celebrate yourself, but it's necessary if you want to keep achieving success. 

It's spring, the coffee is good, I hit all green lights, I actually got my son to school on time and he doesn't look like an orphan, my hair is into it's third day of curls and they are holding up, there are birds chirping, work is fantastic, dinner is going to be yummy, and I can't wait to take a relaxing bath tonight with a cup of floral tea and celebrate my day. Doesn't really sound like a typical Monday does it? Creating a magical day is up to you and it comes down to your ability to celebrate the little things in life.

So often, we forget to celebrate. You have accomplished things, big and small. Perhaps getting out of bed this morning was an accomplishment. Or maybe you're graduating, or it's somebody's birthday, or anniversary, or maybe you showed kindness and pose in the face of a conflict. How are you supposed to go on living your life if you don't pat yourself on the back once in a while? It is so normal to notice and focus on what is going wrong, and how stressed out you should be over things. But, this is no way to live. We all have the same 24 hours and it's your choice how you want to spend those hours. By adding today's meditation, you can count at least 5 minutes of your day as positive, uplifting time celebrating YOU and the life you are creating!

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Monday, May 15, 2017

Believe In Yourself

Believe In Yourself

As children, we are taught to believe in certain ideals and "truths." Perhaps you were taught to believe in a religion, Santa Clause, or in the leaders of your country. You were also taught to believe certain things about yourself, your family, and the world around you. You were taught what was acceptable, what to frown on, and beliefs about your personal capabilities and limitations. As you grew and began to have your own experiences, some of those beliefs began to change. You probably stopped believing in Santa, and perhaps you have began to question what you are really capable of. Some of your initial beliefs about yourself may still make sense, but there may be other beliefs that make you feel unsettled. That is because it is time to explore them, to see if they are really in alignment with your life's purpose, or if they are just imaginary stories like Santa. 

Underneath all of those beliefs is a deep seeded truth about who you really are. Under other people's projections, judgments, perceptions, teachings, and criticisms is a being who was made pure and whole in the image of it's Creator. Is it time for you to uncover old beliefs to see what you are really made of?

Enjoy this week's meditation and as always, I am sending you so much love, light, and everything right! Angel blessings!!


Monday, May 1, 2017

Believe In Miracles

Definition Of A Miracle:

1. A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency.
2. A highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences.
3. An effect or extraordinary event in the physical world that surpasses all known human or natural powers and is ascribed to a supernatural cause.

I think we can all agree that the above definitions describe how we might view a miracle. However, I have come to understand something different about miracles...something very eye opening...something I'd like to share with you.

If you've read my book "What Would Angels Do?" or attended any of my events, you probably remember my own miracle story. In short, when I was a very young, poor, single mother I had an epiphany one evening as I was walking my son to the nearby McDonald's with the last two dollars I owned in my pocket. I saw a man begging on the side of the road, and I realized that if I were to give that man half of everything I owned- which at the time was literally a dollar- that I could for once be the giver instead of the taker. Something clicked in my mind that day, I realized that I had to stop identifying with being the statistical teen mother on welfare and I took action by giving something away that I needed. The next morning, I woke up worried and scared about my situation, but knew something inside of me had changed. When I opened my front door that morning, someone had put bags of groceries on my doorstep. Bags and bags of food and necessities. I couldn't believe it! To me, in the hopeless fearful state I was in, it might as well have been a million dollars. To me- it was a miracle.

Now, according to the definitions above, you too might think that waking up to a months worth of food when you're starving is a miracle. However, what I want to share with you is my definition of a miracle. You see, to me it wasn't the bags of groceries. To me the actual miracle was my realization the night before and the action that I took. The miracle was when God touched my heart and helped me to change my mind (the epiphany) so that I could be open to receiving a miraculous experience (the groceries). When it occurred to me to stop identifying with being the poor single mother on welfare, and to step up my game to become a giver, THAT was the miracle. That very day, I began to change my mind about who I was, and what my purpose is and therefore I changed the course of my entire life. THAT was the miracle. The groceries were the physical result of the miracle that occurred inside of me. There have been a series of things that have happened since then that seem miraculous, but I truly feel that the real miracle happened in my heart.

And that is how I view miracles. When I see something extraordinary, I always say to myself, "I wonder what miracle happened inside of that person's heart," or "I wonder what God changed inside of their mind for them to be able to experience this miraculous occurrence."

To me, miracles are unseen and they happen on the inside. What we see on the outside can bring us to tears and we stand in awe but is nothing still compared to the supernatural occurrence that first brought magic to us on the inside.

Enjoy today's meditation and remember that the moment you decide to change, miracles happen on the inside. Are you ready for your miracle?