There is a movement to have 1 Million meditators – all meditating on one theme over a 24 hour period.
My friend and colleague, Anita Morrow has visioned this happening and created the movement. Read about the 1 Million Meditators here.
Anita and I did an interview last week. I thought I’d share it. We’d love your comments, thoughts and of course participation. We talk about the event, but also she asks quite a bit about my work – you might find that interesting too!
Life and life’s challenges – sometimes they feel so big and
then in an instant they can appear so small.
It’s no secret that I am not a truck driver and I’ve spent the last 12 years saying NO to RVing when my beloved suggested it.
For you see, I’m the primary driver and I didn’t think I could
do it. I was terrified of the thought of driving a big truck around much less
pulling a trailer.
So, now – seven weeks into our nine week grand adventure
with our new truck and travel trailer, I have to admit…
I actually like it!
And I’m doing pretty great.
I have to publish this today, because tomorrow we are moving
the trailer again, after being parked for over a month, and this time to a RV
Park and we know that we have to back into our spot.
We have survived and mastered the art of NOT backing the
trailer… up until now. But that’s for
another story after tomorrow.
Back to the topic of this blog.
I have come to really like our truck. I can park it – if there’s
lots of space, and even back out of the parking spot just fine now. I’ve
adjusted to its size and trust myself driving it.
But how big is it, you might ask?
It’s huge to me! It’s a mid-size, 2011 Dodge Dakota Ram. It’s
not a half ton, certainly not bigger. It has a V8 engine which rocks when I
want it to. I still think Its pretty big when I’m driving it. But this picture
shows a different story.
This is parked at the RV Park in Jupiter, the trailer is just across the road. In this picture, our truck looks like a mini-truck. It looks like a baby one. And I will say both those trucks are really, really big!
It’s all a matter of perspective.
Using this image as a spiritual teaching. So is your life
and your challenges. Even as big as they might be, put into perspective, they
may take on another look and feel.
It is my magic mojo – to assist those who are in the midst
of challenges, navigate through them with greater ease!
How? I quickly,
simply and easily can facilitate the dissolving, dismantling and releasing of
life long limiting patterns and beliefs which opens up the way for new perspectives
and the easing of any challenge into bit size action pieces.
Would you like assistance in changing your perspective? Simply click the link to schedule your complimentary
Somedays it’s huge, the next I see it is small. What about you?
During our afternoon time at the pool, enjoying fabulous mid
80 degree temperatures in Jupiter, FL, someone mentioned that there was a rocket
launch scheduled for later that evening at Cape Canaveral.
I looked at Rob and said, I wonder if we can see it?
We did a bit of research and discovered that the Launch was
scheduled for 8:45 pm and the moon rise was at the same time.
With a bit of my urging, we headed out, after dark to the
beach. The same beach where I was transported into bliss a few nights earlier
at the Full Moon Sound Bath.
This time though, instead of being with dozens of people as
the sun set, we were alone, and it was pitch black. We set up our blanket and
settled in to await two events.
Then we saw it – the rocket shot off. It looked at first
like a plane in the distance, then the light expanded, like a flare. It was
fire in the sky. Then it shot up and was gone. In only a couple of moments.
It was at that moment that we saw the beginings of the moon,
peeking over the horizon; bright burnt orange.
Our conversation include the pondering of that Rocket
heading to that very same moon.
It was fantastic! It was amazing. Now I’ve added another bucket
list item – to be at an actual launch, not 100 miles away!
I wish I had pictures of my own, but the best I could find, to capture what we witnessed was this one, from Nasa.
I’ve fallen in love! With the Venice, Florida area!
But first… Tampa/Clearwater
Last Sunday we spent the day at Unity of Tampa and the late afternoon evening at Clearwater Beach. The day was rainy and cool. Here’s a couple of pictures. Two cool things, I want to share…
One was this amazing sand castle we found and the other was a miracle. We had been walking on the beach and were heading back to the car to get our way-cool patio, rocking chairs to bring onto the sand, when I looked up and found a beach restaurant. We decided to go there instead. What did we find – but rocking chairs overlooking the ocean. How perfect and cool was that?
Then there was Venice!
We had the amazing opportunity to connect with two different couples, both that we hadn’t seen in a few years (or more) and the sun finally came out! The beach was brilliant and beautiful.
Yes, you might notice it looks like the same place. It is. Each couple independently suggested the same restaurant – how cool is that?
And… Unity of Venice was amazing! The grounds, facilities, Presence and energy there was so wonderful. They were professional, proactive in helping me get everything I needed and so kind and generous. My friend and colleage, Rev. Robin Reiter is doing amazing work. Everything is and was just what you would think a successful ministry is. AND… she had 56 people attend a Monday evening workshop! How cool is that???
This week, I’m blessed to work with a few clients, did beach time, pool time and got caught up in some backend paperwork.
Today, we are off to Jupiter Beach – let’s see how pretty is it!
This Sunday, we are thrilled to spend the day with our dear friend, Rev. Lawrence Palmer and his beautiful wife, Beverly in Pompano Beach!
So, all is well on my end – living the dream and having a grand adventure. I’d love to hear from you! What’s going on in your world and how can I support you? Shoot me a quick reply and catch me up!
Yesterday we got off an 11 day cruise, and drove just over an hour to West Jupiter RV Resort and proudly declared, We are Home Again!
As I said that, I wondered about this idea of Home.
For the previous 11 days, our home was a room on the sixth floor of the Holland America, Veendam Ship. It was quite lovely and came with all the prepared food we could eat, room service, clean towels anytime we wanted them, the beds were made (or turned down) and the bathroom cleaned at least twice a day.
It was luxury, as only found on a cruise ship.
For the two weeks prior to the cruise, we had been traveling from Arizona to Florida in our travel trailer. So each night, although we were in a different location, we were still home.
When I called my parents and said, we’re home; they responded, but where?!
Where is home for us? The travel trailer? Arizona? Arkansas? We have homes in each of those places, yes; but where is home?
Home is where the heart it. Home is a place where I can relax and settle. When I’m centered and comfortable in my skin, I can find home anywhere.
For the next few weeks, we call Jupiter home; I look forward to exploring, to serving along our Book Tour and to a healthy mix of adventure and quiet times. I look forward to teaching my classes, working with my clients and getting back to the writing of the next book.
Yes, I said it here – my plan is to get back to the revising process. I’ve got a big project, a shift in how the book will read in front of me and I’ve been putting it off. So, I hereby commit – publically, to write in it and on it during this time!
Stay tuned for insights from the adventures; upcoming stops and more!
Sunday, January 27 – Unity in the Garden, Jupiter, FL. Services at 9:30 and 11:15 – Workshop Following the Second Service. Check out Unity in the Garden’s Post on Facebook, about our tour HERE! See our Continuing Unity Church Book Tour Here.
Happy Holidays… We are
most of the way through them… Hanukkah
is complete, Solstice has past, Christmas is complete, Kwanzaa is just
beginning and we are almost a week away from the New Year.
There is so much going on energetically during these busy
times, but this week – the week between Christmas and New Years is my favorite
of all time. Many years ago I did a talk entitled Holy Pause – and loved it so
much, I kept the phrase alive for all these years.
My gift to you is the idea of taking a moment, an hour, a
day or even a week for Holy Pause. Take this time to allow your soul to catch
up with your busy body; to allow your mind to slow down; to sink into a sacred
space of beingness.
Bask in this sacred space. In quiet. In reflection. Don’t jump
too fast into releasing this past year, or planning the next, simply Be. Rest. Renew.
What we really hunger for is the present moment. Now is the time to find it. To feel your energy pulling back from the future and the past, settling right now, where all is well. Where there is nothing you have to do or be.
As we began to plan our Florida Tour, taking my newest work out into the world, we decided to try out the RVing lifestyle. It’s something my husband has always wanted to do (and something I’ve sort of always resisted.)
So we bought a truck and trailer. We’ve spend the past few weeks getting things set up – like adding a hitch and sway bars and some kind of balancing bars rig, to make it safer and easier for us to take across country.
NOW… they are finally hooked together and tomorrow, we are going to take our first trial run – a trip to the Lost Duchman State Park, in the Superstition Mountains – a whopping 28 miles from our home in Mesa, AZ.
Hooked together is another word for Connection! Connection to Spirit is one of the foundational principles of spiritual awakening, for if you are not connected correctly, you won’t get very far – just like the trailer to the truck!
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In the past month we have moved from our summer location, in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas to Mesa, Arizona. We’ve purchased a truck and travel trailer to use on our cross-country trip starting in January!
Here’s the Truck – Dodge Dakota. We haven’t named her yet – what are your suggestions?
Then we bought our first ever Trailer Travel. It’s an older one in excellent shape and small! Keystone Hideout – I’m calling her Hideout!
We took the Truck on a road trip last weekend up to Bull Head City, AZ and Laughlin, NV. It runs great and even though it’s not large – it feels huge to me! Drives easy and is pretty comfortable. We got a hitch installed onto the truck this week, and will get the hitch hooked to the trailer with all the equipment, sway bars and balance thingys next week.
Then off to our FIRST NIGHT in the camping experience – Lost Duchman State Park, a full 20 miles from our home. I’m sure I’ll be posting about that adventure when it happens!
But first… I’m off to spend a few days with my daughter and her family in the Kansas City Area!
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Happy Holiday Season – Happy Season of Love, Light, Joy and Peace! May you be blessed with a sense of Ease! Let Kindness and Compassion reign this season and beyond!
Seems like most weeks (if not more frequently) I see something that shatters my heart. From gun violence to racism to the most recent tear-gassing of
innocent people at our Mexican
I’m appaled, horrified and stunned that we as a nation can treat people in the ways that we do!
Then a few minutes later… I’m watching a facebook video about a man who rode his bike across the country to hear meet the recipent of his daughter’s heart – to listen to her heartbeat in the young man who received it. Check the video out here.
I’m crying again, weeping in awe, gratitude, amazement and deep compassion. I’m stunned again – for the medical advancement that allows for such things as organ transplants, for the generosity of a dad, who’s young daughter died; for the young man who received the heart and the emotion of the meeting.
It occurs to me that I need to talk about this – not either event, specifically; but what happens when opposing emotions collide and how to navigate it.
I did so in a brief (7 minute) video here. And there is so much more to say… So stay tuned for future posts and videos about what happens in the brain and being. (I only addressed the heart here).
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