Posted on Wed, 1 August 2018In 2006 I had the experience of meeting my Twin Flame (Close Soul Mate) nothing that I have read or thought I understood prepared me for this meeting. I have to acknowledge that I had a somewhat romantic view on this event and had imagined a much different experience. I met this man whilst teaching a workshop and realised that there was a big connection between us, however I usually feel a big connection to all the participants and to be honest this actually felt no different than that.
As part of the follow up of this particular workshop I decided that I would hold a group support evening once a month. Four weeks later just before leaving on holiday I held the first group and this man, and another colleague were the only ones to attend. It was a very relaxed evening working through some of the post workshop assignments and chatting about...Read More
Posted on Tue, 31 July 2018
Answer Yes, No or Not Sure for each question:
- Do you believe a soulmate is out there for you?
- Are you ready to meet your soulmate today?
- Are you ready, willing and able to make room in your life for a committed relationship that takes daily work to grow and sustain?
- If your soulmate had the ability to observe your life right now, would you be proud of what he or she would see?
- Are you psychologically and physically in your best condition to meet your soulmate?
- Have you made a list of the ten top qualities you wish your soulmate to have?
- Do you regularly exhibit the qualities you believe your soulmate would find attractive?
- Do you want to attract a spiritual companion or someone who will save you from loneliness?
- Are there past lovers who still have their energetic hooks in you, or are yours still in them?
- Are you at peace with the possibility you may never meet your soulmate? (Do you truly...Read More
Posted on Mon, 30 July 2018
I often hear people talk about or bemoan the fact they are uncreative, they are unaware that we are all creating our very lives in every moment of every day. Most of us are living as though life were happening to us rather than through us. We are not present to the fact that we are constantly generating our lives, as though they were great works of art. The tools we are given which to create, are our thoughts, beliefs, assumptions actions, decisions and words.
When we would like to create something that we do not yet possess, we stand inside of fear, rather than come from a place of possibility. Instead of owning our readiness to expand into love, we are contracted and anxious. Even the idea of moving into a consciousness of possibility can feel scary. We don’t want to be disappointed. Were afraid that if we ask for what we would like to experience, we may be...Read More
Posted on Sun, 29 July 2018
I understand that many of us carrying around unhealed wounds from the past that occur in the present as neediness. We feel as though we have to hide our needs, fearing that they will engulf anyone who gets too close. Yet in our effort not to appear inappropriately needy, many of us have tried to shut down our needs entirely. The appropriate needs get thrown together with inappropriate ones and we swallow them all. Yet this, in turn only creates more hunger because it’s simply not normal for us to not have needs in our relationships with others. When we try to pretend that our needs don’t exist or treat them as though they were pathological we only feed the hunger in our heart that more intensely.
Human beings are not meant to live in isolation. We are here to have relationships. Nothing much gets accomplished in life...Read More
Posted on Sat, 28 July 2018
George Bernard Shaw once said that our “… worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them.” Most of us don’t walk around harbouring strong negative emotions such as loathing or rage. Yet the challenge for many is to overcome the apathy and indifference we have toward one another; to be available and attentive to those we pass in the aisle while out shopping at the supermarket, the co-workers we see daily in the hallways of our offices, the fellow travellers on the bus or train on our daily commutes and those acquaintances we regularly notice in our social and/or spiritual circles.
Our sense of community is fostered readily in the aftermath of any tragedy. Yet a sense of belonging must be cultivated and valued in and of itself for us to feel truly fulfilled in our lives. Einstein...Read More