Please forgive me.
I Love you.
Please forgive me.
I Love you.
Look to this day,
For it is life,
The very life of life.
In it’s brief course lie all
The realities and verities of existence,
The bliss of growth,
The splendor of action
The glory of power—
For yesterday is but a dream,
And tomorrow is only a vision,
But today, well lived,
Makes every yesterday a dream
And every tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore, to this day.
Love to you all!
It’s okay to take a few minutes to close your eyes and just breathe so you won’t say something you don’t want to say. It’s okay to feel like you want to say something you don’t want to say. It’s okay not to beat yourself up. You are divine. You are perfect just the way you are, in every moment of every day.
It’s okay to feel sadness coming up from your core and not be able to stop yourself from the tears that follow. Cry. Cry a lot if that’s what you need. Then, wipe your eyes and blow your nose and remind yourself you are Loved beyond measure and you are powerful beyond measure and you have the ability to create anything and everything you desire.
It’s okay that all your plans and dreams are not manifesting yet. Focus on how you feel right now and create the feeling of dreams manifested. Then, do the next inspired thing, without resistance. That may mean taking out the trash or cleaning the toilets. Whatever it is, be in the moment with gratitude. Have fun. You are the director of the show.
It’s okay to feel any way you feel. If something feels “bad” then shift your focus or your perspective or change your thought about it. Change how you feel about it.
It’s ok to be strong. It’s ok to be weak. It’s okay to be everything you are in any given moment.
It’s okay to be YOU!
Much Love!! oxoo
We’ve all heard the saying “There are no guarantees in life.” Dying while in labor with my daughter was the last thing I expected to happen that morning. I had the expectation of a safe delivery, but that expectation was not met. I had all these plans for my life afterward, but those plans changed, and in a big way.
This virus has no consideration for the outline you have of your life. It is here, and may not be going anywhere. Consider that for a moment. A virus that we know little about, one there is no vaccine or at this point, no medications to treat, may be a continuous threat for the foreseeable future. Our lives have been fundamentally altered in one foul swoop, leaving many reeling, wondering how they are going to manage themselves now.
Our personal and professional lives, in some cases, have been turned upside down. From the cashier at any store in America to the physician (or physician assistant in my case ;), the financial impact of this pandemic is significant, for some irreversibly damaging to their lively hood.
But, I ask you, is this a “bad” thing?
We are here to expand in awareness of who we are. We are here to connect with ourselves in a fundamental way so we may then better connect with one another. It is through our connections that we grow and become Who We Are. Sometimes things need to be shaken up in a big way for this to happen. No matter the source of this virus, whether you believe the scientists or the conspiracy theorists, its here. My question is, what are you going to do with the time you have on this earth, right now? Are you going to continue on in the same way as before? My guess is the world won’t let you. None of us are going to be able to, and that’s a good thing.
Focusing on what we have gained from this virus being present at this time in our lives, rather than what it has taken, completely turns our experience around. We go from the perception of loss to one of gain. We have gained time either alone, or with family. We have gained time to consider where we are in our lives and where we’ve always wanted to be. What is your hearts desire? What do you want to do that you haven’t done yet because fear has kept you from it?
Now. Now is the time to make the changes that will allow for greater growth and spiritual expansion. Fighting the changes, lamenting about how life will never be the same, keeps you stuck in the old when all your soul wants is to let the new rush in.
Say “YES” to your life and your life will step up to meet you. Every. Single. Time.
Much Love to you !! xox
The series of events leading to my decision to go to NYC during the COVID-19 pandemic were divinely synchronous. They actually began happening a long time ago.
Since having an NDE in 2000, my life has been a series of synchronous events leading up to this moment. This moment, where I’m sitting in my seat on a flight to JFK that is only 1/16th full. This moment where, though every precaution will be taken, there is fear for my safety amongst family and friends. It is in this moment where fear is not a consideration for me, rather, my desire to provide relief to exhausted healthcare workers and take care of sick patients overrides everything.
It occurred to me to not go, to just stay at home with my loved ones, however, going benefits me in multiple ways. The greatest is, I get to share my love, which is seamless with the infinite love of the universe, during a point in time where it can help to heal. Though my patients won’t be able to see my smile, they will see my smiling eyes reflecting them as I hold them in the highest vibration of loving, healing energy. They will feel my love, as heart recognizes heart. How can I be afraid of that?
Because I am not afraid, I’m able to be grateful. I’m able to be present. I’m able to truly be there for those who are suffering. Fear cements us to whatever is going on around us. When we’re able to let go of the need for controlling outcomes and allowing life to be, it is a life of freedom. As the reins we normally hold tight begin to loosen, we are able to move through each day with greater ease. We experience ourselves in a new way. We experience others in a new way. Relationships change because we change. Life simply gets better. Then, as we let go a little more, we expand a little more, and grow in more and more love.
For me, the process of getting to the point I’m at now with regard to fear has been a long one. I’ve spent the better part of my life teetering between fear and allowing for life to flow. But, like the spiral, each time I come around from a bout of fear, I’ve expanded a little bit beyond where I was before. We can all say this about ourselves. Take a look back on your own life and notice where your growth points occurred and what was happening in your life at that time. Notice it from the perspective of fear vs allowing and see how these things relate. At this time in your life, look at the potential for growth as you’re sitting in fear, and reach for the feeling of love, no matter how far the stretch.
Much Love to you all! xo