Are you living your life true to what your heart called you to do?
Bronnie Ware is an Australian RN who nursed patients at the end of their lives. She asked her patients about any regrets they had or what they would do differently. Over and over she heard, “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” (Bronnie wrote about her experiences in her book The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.)
When I first heard about this regret, I thought back to my own Reconnection in 2013. Also known as The Lifepath Accelerator, the personal Reconnection fast tracks life changes and life balance on all levels – physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. After my Reconnection, I let go of an office job to build my practice in holistic health. I thought that change was my lifepath unfolding. And it was. But what I didn’t realize was that it was just the beginning. (more…)
There is a feeling of Certainty that occurs after Reconnective Healing, an overwhelming sense of knowing. Years ago, after my RH sessions, I knew with certainty that I had to quit my part time job in bookkeeping. I also knew with certainty that it was time to go more fully into the holistic work that I was doing. This certainty was visceral: I felt it in my gut. I simply HAD to do it. (more…)
Have you ever been working on your computer when, without warning, your programs close and the system starts to do an update? Grrrrrr, this can feel frustrating and may lead to expletives of anger! But, to paraphrase the Dalai Lama, “If you can do something about a problem, then there is no need to be angry: just do what can be done. If it is not fixable, then what is the point in being angry because anger won’t change it.” Experience has taught me that, once your computer system starts an update, there is nothing you can do except wait until it is finished. (more…)
People often feel certainty about relationships after interacting with Reconnective Healing frequencies. This certainty may relate to entering into a relationship commitment or, alternatively, may be about knowing it is time to end a relationship. Sometimes it is about finding forgiveness, opening channels of communication, or holding a space of love to truly listen without judgement. Here’s what four of my clients have experienced… (more…)
After interacting with Reconnective Healing frequencies, people often express an “overwhelming sense of knowing”. While it is experienced differently for each person, it is a feeling of certainty, perhaps about changes to be made to a job or a residence, certainty about new beginnings, relationships or self. But Certainty is a continuous refrain that is conveyed after Reconnective Healing. (more…)
For weeks, I had been having a recurring dream. It wasn’t always exactly the same, but it was always about the same thing. In my dream, a young girl had gone missing and no one knew where she was or even if she was alive or dead. Efforts to find her had led nowhere.
Hindsight is 20/20 and, in looking back at these recurring dreams, I now realize that this dream represented a part of my soul that I had lost. (more…)
Synchronicities are moments of “meaningful coincidence”, often described as being in the right place at the right time or meeting the right person at the right time. Synchronicity is also defined as energies that align with purpose. When one is balanced and aligned with Creative Source, synchronicities occur more frequently. Over the last few months, I’ve been focusing on “right place, right time”, but I kept looking for that “right person” to appear with an important message or critical information, waiting for that “right event” to happen. Instead, what I began to notice was a shift in “right time”. (more…)
It started with toads. (Yes, toads!) For months, while rambling along the woodland path, I would notice that a toad would leap out in front of me, then quickly hop across the path. But it wasn’t just one toad. There were heaps of them every time I went hiking. One morning, with seemingly more toads than ever, I thought to myself, “What’s with all these toads crossing my path?” As soon as I asked the question, I received the answer, “Opportunities!” (more…)
A recent web article about broken trust got me thinking, really thinking. About lies. How often do we lie? Has lying become habitual? Do we even recognize when we are lying? Is it the frequency of lying that matters? Is it the size of the lie that counts (or doesn’t count)? Or have we so trivialized lying that none of it matters anymore? And if you think it doesn’t matter, how do you explain the uncomfortable feelings you get when you get caught in a lie? (more…)