Category Archives for "Meditation"

last month

As above, so below, duh

As this year winds down, I’ve begun trying to truly follow my intuition and heart, and do what I’m most compelled to do each day, regardless of whether it seems productive or not. Mostly, these days, it does not feel like anything I would call “work.” Part of me is afraid of going broke, but […]

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last month

Word for the Year

A group of friends and I have a tradition. We each choose a kind of a focus word for the new year. Usually it’s a word we think of as a goal. Something we want to do more of or do better Last year I chose “Balance.” It seems to me, at the end of […]

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a couple of months ago

Winter, Solitude, and Feeling Better

It struck me today how we in the northern hemisphere are entering winter, the dark part of the year, at the same time the pandemic is forcing us to become even more isolated.  For the first time in my memory, we won’t be doing a whole family get-together for Thanksgiving or Christmas. And I thought […]

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a few months ago

Balance is an Illusion

Blessed Mabon! Last evening, I captured the final sunset of summer. The Autumnal Equinox takes place at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time this very morning (22 September.)   Some celebrate the equinoxes as times of balance, and use their energy to try to re-balance themselves and their lives. I’ve been mulling on this and coming to […]

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a few months ago

The Magical Power of Distraction

There’s a method I’m using with great success at the moment, the method of distraction, which is a form of magic all its own. A person who is lying in a sick bed thinking about their illness, is going to suffer every bit of that illness. A person on a roller coaster is not going […]

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a few months ago

Spiritual Lessons of Hamilton

Repeat after me. All is well, and all is well, and all is well. Take a nice deep breath and open your mind to the possibility that everything is exactly the way it is. And be okay with it. Parts of it are actually very good. Most of it is good. Take another deep breath, […]

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6 months ago

My Walk on the Dark Side

    My usual Mary Sunshine persona is currently in quarantine. My inner Gemma wants to be the focus of today’s post. I accept her as a part of who I am. I have written novels featuring the woman who is that side of me. She is Rhiannon. She is Rachel. She is Puabi. Perfection, […]

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7 months ago

God as Gamer

Today to help me get into the the vibe of meditation, I thought being aligned with my non-physical self means leaving it all behind. All those things I worry about all day, the to do list, the grocery list, the bills. All the stuff I know about my profession. All the rules and facts and methods. […]

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8 months ago

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes!

Transitions are hard, aren’t they? I’ve been noticing how hard it is every year going through the transition from winter to spring, and how it feels, here where I live, we go two steps forward and three steps back over and over again. I had a glorious Sunday outside, with sunshine and nearly 70 degrees. […]

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9 months ago

Yesterday, I hit a wall

Here’s how I fixed it There is so much grief, fear, sadness, worry, and pain in the world right now, that it forms waves of energy, masses of thought-forms. They have their own vibration, as everything does. Many report having bouts of grief or sadness that doesn’t feel like their own, bouts of crying “for […]

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