Day to Day Alchemy

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While journeying through life with happiness on the mind, I’ve come across some great readings and leaders that have convinced me that I am a magician; a wizard constantly learning my craft. (No conincidence that I loved Harry Potter.) Knowing that we create our own realities through our thoughts and the feelings associated with them, and that we are powerful energy emitting beings, it only feels right to be labeled as a person who can create or change matter. Continue reading

Self Love: Where to Start?

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Do you love yourself? Truly? It is easy to say “I love myself” but what does it actually mean to self love? How does it feel? and HOW do we begin to love ourselves? With the many benefits of self love it’s best to start right now to understand and practice the one thing that will set you free!

Self love is not a simple task especially if you are in a place where you don’t feel good about yourself and everything in your reality is adding to that feeling. Continue reading

Accepting Change and Uniqueness

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Change is constant and since my last post this is exactly what I’ve been experiencing. I’ve been somewhat of a hermit and I’ve become aware of A LOT, about relationships especially.

I’ve learned that as I get closer to God, people start looking at me
differently, thinking I’m “too” different in the way that I express myself. Is it because my ideals and practices are out of the norm? Isn’t that the point? Not to fit in? To be unique, to stand out and be a leader through magnetism and not to follow what everyone accepts as normal? Normal is not normal. Continue reading

Music: The Savior of Mankind

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“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.”-Plato

“Music is life”, a saying that I’ve heard many times and believe it to be true. Imagine turning on your jam and feeling the room fill with love and comfort. It’s amazing how something can create an environment of pleasure and euphoria just by a clicking a triangle. Continue reading

Misadventures Of An Angel

youngJonesAllianceOh childhood, where have you gone? Actually, where were you?

Childhood is a time of innocence, fun, exploration, learning, unconditional love, and NO WORRIES! Of course, the way my life is set up, childhood was all of the above for my brothers and I, except for the no worries and adding to the list: stress, hunger, violence, and TRAUMA.

A father who was an alcoholic, paranoid schizophrenic, in and out of jail, and living the life of a homeless person. Continue reading

The Divine Feminine, Part 2

-absolutely_free_photos-original_photos-female-statue-on-railing-4000x6000_44094“Every woman is a unique expression of the divine feminine.” –Teal Swan

This blog originates from a spiritual awareness of the energies within us and this world that create balance. For ultimate well-being, our social, emotional, physical, and spiritual selves should be in balance with each other. As mentioned in The Divine Feminine Part 1, balance between the female and male should be priority. The divine feminine is the female part of the whole in which we consider life. We cannot deny how sacred and significant a woman is to society. Actually, we wouldn’t even have a society if the woman were not present. Continue reading

Meditate Anytime, All The Time

There’s so many ways to meditate, why aren’t we all living in peace?

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Last night, like many other nights, I tried to meditate and failed horribly. I sat and attempted to relax to last no longer than 3 minutes. I’ve been successful before with meditation but this time was just different. I prepared my area with candles, crystals, and a few other special items making up my ritual area. Breathing deeply in and out, being aware of my body and its sensations; letting all thoughts flow similar to counting sheep at night while trying to fall asleep. The 3 minute mark came and I held on to the last thought, “I can meditate in other ways”. Continue reading