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Darkness, Journey, Life

Trying to Find My Way Out

I’ve been spending a lot of time doing nothing lately. Sometimes that’s good but sometimes it’s not. When you sit around doing nothing, then nothing gets done; you’re unproductive. I haven’t been doing this because I have nothing to do, I have plenty to do. I’ve just had a lot of personal stuff going on, stuff that has been giving me pause and causing me to contemplate what I want to continue doing with my life and where I want to be, where I should be. I  ...

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Akashic, Journey

Connect to the Voice of Your Soul

Earlier this month I offered a free training on the Akashic records and how you can get resolution and healing by accessing them; in case you missed it, here’s a bit of a recap. The Akashic records, also known as the Book of Life, is a vast collection of all human consciousness which is located in the hall of records and wisdom. The word “akashic” is derived from the Sanskrit word “akasha” which means “sky” or “space” or “aether”, which is what all cosmic consciousness is made of.  ...

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Journey, Life

10 Steps to Self-Discovery

Go on a journey of self-discovery! With this quick list of activities, you’re sure to find something that will help you discover more about yourself. Pick one, pick three, pick them all! However many you decided to do, just be sure to make it all about you! Meditation – I can’t say enough about how beneficial meditation can be, not only for your mental and emotional health, but your physical health as well. It can help with insomnia, depression, high blood pressure, and  ...

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Journey, Releasing

Change is Inevitable

Change is inevitable, no matter how much we try to fight it. Everything changes in one way or another – we change, our skin, our hair, our likes and dislikes, even our personalities; the weather changes even, from one year to the next it can be different each season. Our lives change, our friends, our partners, our jobs and careers; where we live, what we keep and throw away. I’m not a big fan of change, I’m really not. And I’ve been putting myself in the face of change for awhile now and I  ...

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