I have always enjoyed Facebook. I am not enjoying the latest issue with data hoovering possibly influencing elections. Here are 5 simple ways to enjoy Facebook in the way (at least I) originally intended it to be used.
Have you ever thought of knitting something? Knitting is a peaceful and productive activity which can also result in the creative process…and you may even end up with a scarf! Who knew? Generations of people who love to knit…
Nobody every said life was easy, or even fair, so sometimes it can be hard not to get bogged down when difficulties head our way or when the world seems to have gone nuts. In Goodness Abounds, Sarah Lawrence, along with a lot of other writers share daily stories of goodness abounds – goodness and kindness shared by everyday people in everyday situations. A lovely book to have handy, read a page per day, and be uplifted by the fact that goodness abounds and is truly still with us!
IMHO we are slowly being able to move from ‘raising’ children to consciously parenting children as we evolve. Some of that certainly has to do with a level of income, some of it also has to do with the awareness and consciousness of parents who are ready to break free of ancestral patterns and do things differently.
Interested in learning to work with the Law of Attraction? This podcast on Kryon’s 5th Cosmic Law gives you some pointers. Listen to the podcast and be sure to check out the blog post for useful show notes. Directionality, focus and commitment all play a part in helping the Cosmos rearrange things around you.
The spiritual journey is always eye-opening and a surprise, often a joyous one. There are several cold, hard ugly truths attached to the journey also. We are living on Planet Earth, after all. We can lose people as well as gain new friends, experience enormous paradigm shifts and have our perceptions challenged. Sometimes it can feel like a double-edged sword.
In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History month, two books about an aspect of women in history that completely surprised me. More historical accounts about women, please, we are sorely lacking in these resources.
Cosmic laws I first became aware of some of the cosmic laws when I bought one of those fun wallet cards at Edgar Cayce’s ARE store in Virginia Beach, VA. There were some fun quotes like ‘Wherever you go, there you are’ on it and I still wish to this…
What’s your story morning glory? Our stories may seem boring and everyday to us, if we are not famous or ‘interesting’. Yet the truth is we are all different, our fingerprints, our energy, even our Past Lives. Your story truly is extraordinary.
Wouldn’t it be nice to join a Facebook book with thoughtful people who are interested in a quiet spiritual moment? This is what the Spiritual Moments Facebook group is for. Monday – heart openers, Tuesday – tarot and divination, Wednesday – humor, Thursday – thoughtful posts, Friday – fun and uplifting. Come along and join in! If you have something to promote, we do that on Tuesdays only.
My Akashic Session with Sarah was very detailed and fascinating
My session with Sarah was very detailed and fascinating. We discovered why I don’t like things around my neck (strangled in 2 past lives), who I was in one of my past incarnations, and my overall life purpose in this life. Continue Reading
I went to Sarah because I was moving house – Akashic Records Reading
I went to Sarah for help with moving house, as I’ve been struggling for a few years to find the right house and I thought it might help to access the Akashic Records for any advice or direction. Continue Reading
A profoundly amazing experience – Akashic Records Reading
I’ve learned through the opening of my Akashic records, how previous lives correlate to events/situations in my life today and how I can leverage and grow from this knowledge to achieve favorable results. Continue Reading
Thank you for teaching me the Akashic Records! The practice has become a part of my life and I can't imagine life without the Records. Between Reiki and the Records, I feel pretty solid with life. Thank you, Sarah. ❤ Jan Barrett Blazek