Monday, December 3, 2012

The Power of Choice

Hello dear friends,

There is something in the air. The feeling of change and deep psychological and physical shifts. It's happening to many people around me. I can see it in friends, students and the wider world.

I feel that we are in a moment where we have to recognise the power of choice in our lives. It's a critical moment to become aware of our choices and their consequences. It's my wish that you consider the following except from an audio of Ms Myss and if you are interested, or you feel something resonate for you, that you deeply consider your choices. Thank you.

'I wish to highlight for you the significant power of choice, the core gift of the human experience. (...)

The first law I want to introduce is that every thought creates form, for every choice there is a consequence.

This particular law has so much authority, that for most of us it’s not one we pay attention to and yet, it may well be one of the most dominate forces directing every minute of your life. For every choice there is a consequence. (...)

The deeper creative choices we make in life are the ones we are not aware of. Those are the ones that have power. The choices of our attitudes, the choices of our belief systems, the choices of our resentments, the choices of the manner in which we love and the quality of love - all of these subtle choices that we really don't think about moment to moment. The thousands of choices we make, in terms of why we judge someone, how we judge someone, how we choose to see someone- these are choices. Every one of them. And everyone carries incredible potency. (...)

The whole of your life has an anatomical system. It’s duplicated in your physical anatomy system. So when I talk about these laws of choice and consequence you need to be aware that they are registered in your biography and they are registered in your biology.’

Caroline Myss – Advanced Energy Anatomy

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Awakening Heart

Thank you for Awakening the Heart,
so that it beats, pounds, throbs,
and in moments of intense love,
it unfolds its petals from an endless centre
spreading out and turning back onto itself
so that I wonder if these ribs can hold
so much abundance.

And thank you, for those days too,
when my heart squeezes tight in fear
it closes down like a steel lidded box
and I can see that I have pinned
a part of me
on a dream
that someone else has hold of.
And this tightening shows me
where I have put my faith,
so I can wake, yet again, yet again
and return to You,
Ever Presence

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Sticks and Stones

Dear Friends,

I want to talk to you today about letting other people's words hurt you.

Let's be honest. Other people can hurt us by the words they use. Even a look, or sometimes worse, no look, can hurt our feelings. Let's look at it closer.

When was the last time someone hurt you with words? They said something that made you feel bad, or question yourself, when you thought you were doing the right thing?

Be aware of it. Notice yourself and what you feel like when someone says something that upsets you. Slow the whole process down. The better you know yourself, the better you can see clearly into what has a grip on you.

And really, let's always remember who is giving us grief. If the person knows what they are talking about, they are a respected professional and you trust them, then by all means, think seriously about what was said. Sometimes the truth hurts. But if someone gives negative and derogatory comments and you let them in, just consider the person who is doing the damage. Are they so perfect themselves? Do they speak from fear of your gain and their loss,  or from a true desire to be kind?  Be careful.

Discover what is in you that allows casual comments from people to hurt you.

And another thing, have you hurt someone today with your words? 

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


I woke with the image of the inside of my womb melting away. It was shedding its skin and with it, it was releasing the old so that the new could be born.

Faces from the past flashed into my mind, and with an 'ahhhhh' I let them go. Melting away. Gone. Their imprint on the way I perceive and the way I create was gone.

Thank you for this. Thank you for the cycle. Thank you for this death. Thank you for this life.