No matter what spiritual background we come from, there comes the point where all that matters is that once we discover our spiritual nature, we find a way to become seriously anchored in it - realise our Self in presence, and take that vision, that attitude to the world.Read More
'What the hell is it she does?'
Would you like to know?
Everything I stand for is so simple.Read More
For most of us, our taught ideal of what a spiritual person at their peak is, self-realized, comes from the Saints of the Church or Abrahamic traditions. Usually, they are poor, pious and the epitome of good, as we know it.Read More
I heard recently a ‘spiritual’ academic say that the worst thing anyone could do is to make money from their spirituality. The way they said it was a throwaway comment, but it was loaded with an idealist theologian smelling judgement. What they didn’t realise was how hypocritical it was for what they are doing and how damaging it was for others who have the calling to take their spirituality to the world.Read More
Shame. Not a word I usually associate with, yet it has come up recently in the past couple of months as feedback from intuitive healers or mentors and now the universe is screaming the message at me.Read More
When I allowed negative emotions some attention, my healing went deeper.Read More