I’ve wanted to write this entry for a while, but it seemed I kept being delayed. I suppose the timing of this entry makes sense, though, as the entire globe … Continue reading Mass Transitions – Part 2
As a follow up to my last entry, OHM Expo: The Reading, I also wanted to share some of the messages that I got during my shared Light Alchemy session. … Continue reading OHM Expo: Light Alchemy
A few weeks ago (February 25), I went to the Oahu Holistic and Metaphysical (OHM) Expo — a convention that brings together mystics and intuitives and healers and a whole mix … Continue reading OHM Expo: The Reading
At the recommendation of Titus, I reached out to an old acquaintance, Michael Tengan, whom I haven’t really communicated with in 8 years. Over the years, he’s found his spiritual … Continue reading Light and Sound Alchemy Meditation
As I write this, I remind both myself and anyone who reads this that this journal isn’t a way for me to take the “minutes” of my spiritual steps and missteps. Not every occurrence will be included here and not everything will be in chronological order, since the timing of one part of a story may be a long while before the next part. If I wrote about every moment, I couldn’t do anything else with my life but write and experience.
It could be that the universe would prefer that be the case, but at this time, I want to continue having a “normal” life. It’s part of that control thing and has to do with ego, for sure. I told myself I would go to college, make money, be successful and all that and the thought of walking away from what I have now is too much for me to be able to consider. Perhaps we’ll see that change as I become more comfortable and more knowledgeable and more… just more. And also (I’m being told in my head to include this line): and also more trusting that the universe will provide for its… warriors, soldiers, priestesses, shamans, messengers, teachers, etc. I put etc. because, really, there’s a list of roles running through my head that seems endless. I guess if you’re trying to change something as huge as the fate of the world, you need a lot of people working toward that common goal.
Again going back to the “I’m not alone” thing, I am certainly not alone in working toward that common goal. I am one of so many. And thank you to the divine for recruiting so many to do this work. The question: who else has the same tasks as I do? I so would love to connect with them. The reassurance and affirmation that I am doing the right thing would be so much appreciated.
Originally written on June 13, 2017
Last year, I went to New Zealand as one in a group of eight. I knew going into it that the trip would be life-changing. I don’t think I can … Continue reading Life Purpose