Our wondering minds

Who is minding the mind? Love or Fear? I don’t know about you, but my mind does overtime occasionally, it starts with a story that happened in my past; and or, something that hasn’t arrived yet. Either way, my mind is working on getting my attention. I am spinning a story. BLAH BLAH BLAH Minds […]

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Thriving from the inside out

We love to get attention; after all, that is what we have been taught the day we embodied in this world. Whether it’s good or not so good, we crave to be noticed, accepted, and loved. We act out, we dress in a certain way. We are concerned with our appearances. We behave a particular way […]

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“I’ll have another, please!”

  “Divine order and Chaos on the Rocks, please.” Keeping it all together in a shape-shifting world can have us doubting ourselves regularly. One moment life is flowing without interruptions, and “BAM,” the bomb drops, and everything seems out of sorts. What does one do when they are stressed? Some, grab a cocktail, others self-medicate […]

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The mundane day is where the magic is born!

When I think of the word ‘ordinary’ ‘mundane,’ it sounds ‘boring.’  The truth about mundane and boring is that it’s all made up in the mind, EVERYTHING we are in life’s dream we have created in the mind. We have spun the web of deception about the lives we are living in. We don’t want […]

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Rituals and Ceremony, habits.

Change requires more than a functional approach. Rituals can be an essential contributor to self-care. We make space for ourselves daily without realizing we are doing it. Eating, brushing our teeth and showering, just to name a few. But what we might want to consider is to create a consciously symbolic ritual.  When we purposely make […]

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Mascarade Parade

Mascarade Parade Have you ever been to a masquerade party? Of course, you have, every day we put on a specific mask and join the party. There is something about wearing a mask that changes us. Because the more anonymous we think we are there is a certain sense of freedom. We can express hidden […]

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“Mending the Mind.”

  A quote from Rob Brezsny outlaw category; SCHIZOFRIENDIA. Hearing voices in your head that are continuously supportive, encouraging, and keen to offer advice that helps you make the most of every experience. Love that! No matter what, our inner voices talk incessantly, and we need to take notice. There is an entire team working […]

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