There have been times in my life when I have thought of myself as some kind of unimportant background character. Even during my spiritual awakening, a time where I thought I would be the most connected to the universe and myself than I had ever been, there was something missing. I noticed that I had … Continue reading this pedestal is big enough for the both of us
I’m back on the blog! Since my last post, I felt compelled to honour the stillness of the world and reflect that within my mind and body. One of my targets for 2020 was to be true to myself, so I saw it fit to focus on what I wanted to achieve. Thankfully, I am … Continue reading a sight for YOUR eyes
The ego takes a hit when something we had high hopes for about hasn’t gone the way we expected. Sometimes it’s heart shattering, and sometimes it makes you want to curl up and pretend you’d never set out to the thing that is now making your cheeks rosy and your heart beat faster than it did … Continue reading handling emotion…it’s a sport
In my blog post, Prepare Yourself!, I wrote about how a lady called Jacqueline Pirtle was the catalyst of my ‘happiness journey’, which opened my heart and mind to a spiritual awakening. I spoke to Jacqueline not long after I listened to the podcast to thank her for sharing her beautiful insight, and bought her … Continue reading what it means to BE a woman
The concept of the self is something I never spent too much time thinking about before I started journaling. But since unpicking aspects of my ego, subconscious, higher self and soul, it got me thinking. Which one do I think of when I think of me? When we say ‘I’ in a sentence, we are confident in our … Continue reading me? who on earth is that?
A phrase I have heard a lot since starting my spiritual journey is ‘your thoughts create your reality’. I understood the concept; nice thoughts result in a nice life. A nice life results in a happy person. As easy as that, surely? But I learned something not long ago that sparked a ‘eureka!’ moment. Everything in existence was thought of before … Continue reading who would have thought it?