Category Archives: Spirit

A Huge Shift Is Happening In Humans

Spiritual Counseling Tip: “The fire of transformation has been unleashed onto humanity for the purpose of great healing.” The circumstances of our lives are the clues. The emotions that arise and recede like a volcano or the soft waves of water visiting an empty beach are clues. An unexpected conversation with a friend is evidence. The thing that takes you to your knees in awe or sorrow is a portal into a new healing that is carried into the rest of this lifetime and the lifetimes that follow.
The Universe would have us know the truth of who we are. We are eternal beings presently living as human beings in human form. We must learn to experience ourselves as this no matter what may be happening in the physical world. In a world of cause and effect we must know ourselves as the effect. The unseen power that motivates the spider to weave a web and the baby to walk, is the cause. The spider and the web are effect, the baby and the steps it takes is effect. A useful mantra: “I am willing to align myself with cause. I am willing to know myself as eternal. I am willing to allow the transformation of my perceptions to match the truth of who I AM. My body agrees.”

Spiritual Counseling Tips-Gaining Freedom from Mom Wound

For those gaining the freedom from Mom wound.

Spiritual Counseling Tips: One of the most powerful reconciliations a human can have is with our mothers. Even if we must conduct that reconciliation within our own broken hearts, a safe distance from the suction of the past, a new freedom can lift us into an astounding peace. We can shift mountains of grief from a soft-hearted distance. Even if she is no longer in physical from, the unseen cord of life can be transformed into a vibration of acceptance. The animosity and resentment of experiencing her unhealed wounds will no longer block the flow of exuberant life wanting to exist in our lifetime. Her betrayals and rejections are broken into manageable pieces of gold that are then used for our own lives. And if we have children, they have the benefit of traveling without the burden of generational pain.

The slightest bit of willingness clears a section within us for more love to reside. And when that love is for a mother who could not love us in the way we needed to be loved, we free her and ourselves from a tether anchored in the shadow of inert hope. The little child within us that has been grasping onto the despair of disappointment, releases the grasp of that disappointment. A healing takes place that changes the past, the present and the future.  A strangling contraction loosens and an expanded life flows through our veins. Our cellular memory receives new information and new memories are invited to become a part of our lives.  Nothing in the past has changed and yet the new perception alters our minds. The child within us has been updated and now she can relax.

Parents and Parenting

Spiritual Counseling Tip: Every parent has wounded their child. There is no perfect parent and never will be. No matter how hard a parent might try to respond to the child’s moods and childlike behaviors in a loving way, on a hard day, when work has proven to be particularly difficult, some challenge popped up out of nowhere, or sleeplessness thins the line between a calm response and yelling from the top of your lungs, all parents fall short and this causes trouble for the child. That child will interpret the yelling as having something to do with their identity and a lifetime of trying to heal that identity will begin often times, by a dysfunctional repeating of the wound over and over in an effort to heal the wound. If humans could accept this truth, then energy could be directed toward healing instead of guilt. The parent could heal her own wounds around what was said or done by their wounded parents. The child would receive wisdom on letting go of an identity that was cemented with emotion. The cycle of false identities could be broken. A mantra that could free both child and parent from a lifetime of misdirected thoughts could be: I accept the imperfections of my parents. I accept my imperfections as a parent. I am healing my wound of expecting perfection from myself and my parents. My body agrees.

Getting Out of the Way of Your Dreams

Spiritual Counseling Tip: There is something within each human that wants to find expression in the lives we live. It may be a business, some type of creativity, a relationship, or a goal of some sort that started as a thought that simply entered the mind unsolicited and new.  Many humans will follow that impulse to fruition, and many will not. In my experience in my own life and I see it daily in the lives of my awakening clients, is that the block to the fruition is often due to one powerful belief.  That is the expression, goal or dream that wants to make itself manifest in a life has something to do with the worth of that human. The belief is that If I am “successful” I will finally be enough, special or worthy in some way that I was not previously. And if I “fail” at my business, my art, or my writing, I will have proven to myself what I had feared all along, “I am not enough (I am insignificant, an imposter, or generally unworthy in some way). There is a Meme circulating social media that says something like you never know the pain of the chain that is around your neck until you endeavor to move from where you have been emotionally residing.   That chain is the unprocessed belief about your worth. Our dysfunctional culture teaches us in a thousand ways what you must look like, act like and be in order to claim worthiness. It’s a false presentation from a false belief system and it is destroying dreams. What must you have done to be enough? At what point does a child lose their “enoughness?” Who decides?  A powerful mantra to wring out any residual doubt you may have about your worth is: “I AM Enough, Just the way I AM. My body agrees. This subject requires revisiting until you know yourself as whole and able to experience the freedom from the unconscious chains of unworthiness.