Tag: mindfulness

Mission Statement

Pendulum

Sometime in my twenties, I wrote a mission statement. I found it. Surprisingly I still like it and do my best to adhere to it, though I’d strike commandment #6, mainly due to the word “ought.” That one’s right up there with “should.” Follow… Continue Reading “Mission Statement”

The Herd Mentality

cows

Lately, I’ve been mulling over the “herd mentality.” In marketing, the herd mentality is an extremely useful tool to use and understand. Essentially, we buy things, or buy into ideas, when our herd does, or the herd we wish to align ourselves with do.… Continue Reading “The Herd Mentality”

“Facts” or Racial Bias?

pink hats

  There are moments in your life, hopefully, that make you sit up and go “WTF?!” Today, was one of those moments for me. It came to my knowledge in my early 20’s that my education was questionable. It all started with Rosa Parks.… Continue Reading ““Facts” or Racial Bias?”

Law of Attraction

Ever attempt the law of attraction but just can’t seem to get it right? We have these blocks, insecurities, doubts that constantly like to rear their ugly little heads. After how ever many years we have each resided on this earth, we chose to… Continue Reading “Law of Attraction”

Liminal Space

doorway

  Airports, stairwells, escalators, elevators, doorways – the places that are meant for coming or going, not being. Liminal space is also a frame of mind in which we are in a period of transitioning. It is that time when our entire life has… Continue Reading “Liminal Space”

Energy Protection Shields

After attempting to Google in various combinations of what I’m about to describe, I finally gave up with the futility and decided to write about it instead. Within a span of a five hour conversation I had tonight with my best friend, I broached… Continue Reading “Energy Protection Shields”

The Foundation of Hate?

Revelation: having hatred for others implies hatred for the self. Something to ponder… And, as a point of reference – hatred can include the following: 1. Over-generalization (ex. one bad encounter w/ someone means their entire race or culture is bad) 2. Mind-reading (assuming… Continue Reading “The Foundation of Hate?”

144,000

    This morning I seem to be on a rather strange, winding research of the oddest topics. This strangeness began with meeting a man whom I have a rather curious and yet most natural resonance with. We’ve discovered the strangest of links to… Continue Reading “144,000”

Volunteers for the New Earth

If the post’s title sounds even remotely familiar, my guess is you’ve read some Dolores Cannon somewhere along the line. But in case you’re not familiar with anything I’ve just wrote, it has been channeled by many that 3 waves of “volunteers” have come… Continue Reading “Volunteers for the New Earth”

The Art of Invisibility

Last night, I became enthralled with a Dolores Cannon video that had me inwardly saying “Oh! That explains a lot.” There was a question at the end though that I would love to hear if anyone else has ever had a similar experience. The… Continue Reading “The Art of Invisibility”