Friday, January 15, 2016

Message for January 15th-22nd

"There is a great love for you today, and of course love always surrounds you, but when you concentrate your attention on it, it grows and grows in your favor! So the acknowledgment of your efforts to be fully present in your life are taken note of. You are all so beautiful when you let yourself fully express your divinity and beauty – it’s contagious…remember that!

Don’t forget the impact you have, because as you remember that you are bigger than you believe yourself to be, the impact you will have will be exponential, and all that come in contact with you will be in harmony with your highest and best example. When you align to your truth, all that flock toward you fit that vibration of love and divine synchronicities.

You have to remember that this is so vital, especially as you are emotional based beings, that live from a place of polar emotional values, both what you call “positive” and “negative”, and not that these are truly “good” or “bad”, they just have different definitions that you have attributed to them. So be conscious of how you choose to think about yourself, and others as well. For if you catch yourself thinking icky thoughts about others, or even wishing ill intentions towards others, enemy or not, you are hurting yourself.

You must remember you are connected, and when you open your heart to more love within yourself, sending anything other than love out into the world is not possible, because it doesn’t fit the vibrational frequency of fear and hatred anymore. So, remember your amazing conscious co-creative abilities when you put your mind to it, you’ve got a lot to think about all day every day, but rarely do you focus your attention in conscious directions to benefit your overall well-being and emotional alignment with the source within.

As always, but especially for this week, as we are gathered in the intention for this week, pay special attention to your focus point, and if anything arises that feels less than you deserve, point yourself in the direction of feeling better, by either coaxing yourself into one step at a time, or if you can’t do it on your own, surround yourself with those that will help get you in a better feeling emotionally aligned place, so you can act on your highest good, and ultimately catch those signposts we’ve been sending to you all along!

Remember you can’t fall off track – you only lose hope within yourself, and put your blinders on. Support is always with you, and you’re doing a fantastic job. Ask for what you DESERVE, and listen to be guided in the direction of your personal best outcome."

With all love, infinitely in all directions…
Your partner in crime 

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Thoughts on Love

Love is the one force that is so powerful that it can be beautiful and hurtful at the same time. Sometimes we love so deeply that it can overpower us. And sometimes our love for another can make us go deeper into our being to discover our greatest joys and lessons in life. Sometimes it's the closest people to us that make us look directly at the ego self, and cause us hurt. If you're human, you run into these roadblocks along the way, and it's always difficult. Friends, families, partners, children...all of these relationships are extensions of ourselves, and challenge us to be our greatest self. It can be tough sometimes to discover that piece of ourselves, especially if that lesson means we get hurt by the people in our life that we love the most. Human emotions is a strange and beautiful thing. The more it teaches me sorrow and pain, the more it teaches me the beauty of love and joy and those glimpses of bliss. As we grow and learn how to embody our true self, we have to move through the uncomfortable, and that often means dealing with people and situations that feel icky. We are being challenged to look within and to consciously guide ourselves to our highest vibration, so we can see from the higher perspective the purpose of this relationship and experience. When we see from the higher perspective, there is no judgment or worry...a simple content and KNOWING that all is well. Truly, all is well. Then we can start acting upon that divine guidance and release our own judgment or plans for how to deal with these uncomfortable situations, and release them to heaven. I have an intent and prayer for the universe to guide me to be present and say the right things. And then my job, and your job, is to let go and let God. When you know you've spoken your truth from your heart, and you know it was from the higher perspective and not your mind/emotions, then you have done the best you can. You let it go, and let God. All lessons you need to learn will be learned through your own observation of how YOU respond going forward...and I promise it will show so much growth and expansion that you never knew was inside of you! 

Onward, and upward...with patience, resilience, kindness, compassion, and love.  

Friday, January 1, 2016

Talba's Story: A Short Story About Kindness

He is one of great wisdom, one story after another, one great man that has laughed his way through his life. A time of great turbulence, but was born into a great wisdom, a great truth, and a great teacher of existence. He was Talba, and he was born from greatness. He gave kindness and strength and showed agility in achieving great kindness, which is of course only achieved through giving one’s own kindness. He was a tall man, one with a big smile and a kind heart, and beyond the wisdom of the ages inside. He grew into a man that was born opposite, born into a family that had no interest in him, and did not see his great wisdom and light. So he went cold for a while, shut down his own heart, and spun his way into negative habits. But then an awakening came to him and he found love within. He found a great strength within. He found that he was destined for greatness, and for love. So he went to the butcher, a fine friend, and asked him to cut him a piece of meat, and from there he visited the local town nearby him, about a twenty minute walk from his village. He gave the family of five there his piece of meat. They were so touched by his generosity, that they cried and cried with such a humbleness of life. They could not understand why such a man would pay them so much kindness, even as he was a simple farmer, and a stranger nonetheless. He gave them a piece of corn to remind them of his name. It was a token in his culture, and so they respected him and kept it hanging above the mantle. One day Talba did not return for any more visits to this family’s home, as he did on routine previously. So the family decided to go looking for him, roaming around the village calling his name. “Talba! Talba!” He was nowhere to be found, and they could not understand where he would have gone. To their dismay, they found out from the other villagers that he went out to hunt water buffalo, and we trampled in an accident. He drowned in the river and was unable to pay his friends in the next town over a visit. When they found out the news of the poor peasant man, they wept tears of sadness and despair. They wept because he was a man of such undeniable and eternal kindness and generosity and he died much too early. He was only 29 years old. He had curly dirty locks, shoulder length long, with tattered rags as clothing. He was a simple man with a big heart full of joy despite his lifestyle. They did not understand how one could be so joyful and so simple at the same time. He did not deserve to die in such a horrid condition. So the family returned home from their adventure looking for Talba, and they gathered round the fire, still aghast from the recent news. They spoke of how to honor this beautiful man and how to make his name known to many. They decided to sew a blanket, to tell of his stories. They each sewed a piece of his name, his story; his words of wisdom. And then they passed it on to the next village. They found out soon enough that many had heard of this great man, Talba. Many had heard of his beautiful stories and adventures. He was a wild adventurer man, and he never gave up or left and adventure on the back burner. He left after stilling grace into every one of them. The villagers in the next town began sewing his stories onto the quilt made for a warrior. He was a warrior of kindness. They felt his deep love for them as they sewed through the long hours of the night and the chilled dewy mornings. They would sit by the fire, collecting more stories from the neighbors in their village and laughing of the great stories of wild Talba. He was often a noble prince in disguise when he wanted to truly be a thrill seeking adventurer! He fooled many when he told his extravagant stories under the oak trees, and planted elegant animal skins on their shoulders for warmth. He collected many stories on his journeys, and told them all as he moved from village to village. He was a man of great curiosity, and one with a noble kind heart. He deserved to be a true king, but alas, he was too much of a traveler, and didn’t look the part perhaps. He refused to wear skins on his feet, for he wanted to travel like a poor man, to feel what it felt like to truly be free of all inclinations and all human like behaviors. He wanted to feel like what an animal feels like as they run through the tall grasses, feeling only the sun on their backs, and the wind through their hair. He liked the sound of that more than being a king. But the acting was fun and humorous from time to time. He liked to try on a new outfit as he liked. Talba was a beautiful man, made of courage and strength. And the village people saw him as so. They called him Wind in the Willows, for he always seemed to disappear as he arrived, so swift, and yet so prominent, like the sweetness of dew on the morning grass. When he arrived, you just knew it. You could feel the presence of his sweetness, like the golden rays of the sunset sparkling on the ocean. There’s a great story to be told, and he never knew it. He never knew how his story taught so many how to be kindness warriors like himself. There’s a time and place for all great warriors, but this one, sir Talba, now lies under these grasses and the villagers still chant his name to bring about the kindness in their hearts again. They remind themselves that it always lies within, even when sorrow prevails; even when there’s an eerie stillness in the air. You must know that his kindness lives on, through your heart, and through the heart of all, near and far from Talba’s village. He speaks your name in the stillness of your heart, if you listen.