Pick one life thing at a time. So if it's like career, then focus on career, on learning, on growing, on money, finances, savings. Focus all your attention unto that one thing, on balancing it out. For me, it would be getting the precise on the top summary of the money that I have in my possession. Then I can divert them into one account so that I can focus on growing only that one account. That's called collation of energy.
1. You get to ground zero. You could not be getting as much customers as before, you could run out of money, it feels like square one but not really. This is the ground zero stage. The stage where you have to relax, reflect, and reset your goals. Determine what has been working and what... Continue Reading →
One can share a message through telling ‘our story’ as I have just done, or through teaching methods of yoga, or singing, or making love. Each of us finds his unique vehicle for sharing with others his bit of wisdom."-Baba Ram Dass This is what I feel like I'm doing with my blog, with my... Continue Reading →
I am asexual. And I love it. It's like I see people but I have no ability to sexualize them. When I had sex, it was either because we were together or I wanted to raise my body count. It was all fun and games. But I was truly genuinely bored. Then I got a... Continue Reading →
I think the greatest thing about being self aware is that you are constantly learning and growing. That's what it's about. Noticing your thinking patterns, noticing your negative thoughts, noticing how you are always falling into the space of the past or the future. That's one thing I'm working on—remaining in the now. It's currently... Continue Reading →
I kind of want to scream a little bit. I screamed into my pillow earlier this morning. Working off the energy of the full moon, I did an intention setting/spell craft ritual. Then I pulled some tarot cards for the coming month. Let's just say that it was a manifestation ritual. And it made me... Continue Reading →
The lesson in this is that, sometimes we "check an area" or we learn a lesson or a knowledge and we only look at the surface level but we don't look around, we don't look deep within, we don't see how it relates, we miss vital information like where it came from or why it's there or what else could be learned from it. But when we REVISIT this information or knowledge, or even skills, we might see something that wasn't so hidden but that we missed the first time because we weren't looking indepth.