Posted at 2:51 PM , on April 26, 2014
So, yesterday I had a huge breakthrough. I found my voice.
It’s an essential step in the writing process, and I’ve found it!!
For months and months, my writing hasn’t been quite what I wanted it to be. It’s energy was all wrong.
Last night, I wrote how I wanted to write, (not how I thought I should write) and didn’t over think it, and didn’t judge. I allowed myself to bring “me” forward onto the page, and ultimately, into the world.
My book Lessons In Love: Twelve Steps for Daily Living will be released as an Ebook next month. In it, I talk about my near death experience and how it allowed me to find who I was in the life I was living, and to live in a way that is in alignment with who we are in our very essence. I’ve found a way to communicate what is beyond words, and break it down into steps we can take to create a life that is in alignment with that essence.
I’m so freaking excited to share it with all of you!!!
Posted at 12:34 PM , on January 13, 2014
In my life, and in my death, I’ve undergone multiple transformations of consciousness. All of us experience this over and over again along our paths. Looking back on this life, I see the gradual evolution of my spirit along its journey. Death is but a continuation of the journey, a perpetuation of consciousness, beautifully orchestrated from the physical to the nonphysical. It is the next step, not the end, but a new beginning :]
Posted at 8:24 PM , on December 4, 2013
Death is not the end, but rather a natural continuum of life. Life eases into death, where we undergo the necessary preparations to ease back into life again. This completes the circle, one that is only to be repeated when we are ready to do so. Our existence is defined by these cycles of life and death, and each one has the potential to further us along on our evolutionary spiritual journey, one that ultimately leads to the Great Unknown.