Reaching enlightenment is accomplished by moving from the mental sphere to the heart. Not the old energy heart that took on the wounds of humanity, but the new, sovereign heart that is developing. Continue reading
It is true that as our soul, we are genderless, but I find it interesting that most of the Ascended Masters I have heard of have been men. One could argue that history, in this case spiritual history, had a way of not recognizing the achievements of the female of our species. But I suspect that’s not the case here.
So, female Ascended Masters. Mother Theresa doesn’t count. She never got past playing the martyr. Yeshua played the martyr at the end there…but then he transcended it when he recognized that playing martyr gets you nowhere. Continue reading
One of the reasons I am here in this lifetime is to awaken myself, and to be one of the new spiritual leaders. To recognize that freedom is not something given to us from the outside, but it is our choice, in every moment, to see ourselves the way we want to. From that choice, to love ourselves and see ourselves as magnificent and perfect just as we are, springs our freedom. Continue reading
As many of you know, I love frequenting a local Starbucks for what I like to call my morning ritual. Over time I found the one I like most. As we know, all Starbucks are not created equal. They may all look similar, but each one has its own energy signature.
The staff is friendly, and as I observe them over time, I notice they are a close-knit group and seem to enjoy working together. Of course that trickles down to the customer. We can sense those things and it can make for a much more welcoming experience.
I always say, one of the most important relationships in life is the one with your barista.
So one morning one of the young male baristas was pouring my dark roast. He had been part of the staff there for awhile. He was friendly, and seemed to enjoy working with the others. We exchanged our usual pleasantries and he asked, “room for cream?” after which I proceeded to say, “Yes, ma’am!” Continue reading