Momz Goodies – Creating a Circuit

People live interesting lives and they do cool things, for themselves, for others, and for the world. I really appreciate the interesting people I’ve met through this blog, and today I want to thank one of them for what he’s sharing, and for including me in his heart.

Toward the beginning of January I received an email from Mr. Welles B Goodrich telling me that I’d been nominated for the Nobull Peace Prize. Now you have to smile at that immediately, and when I investigated what he was doing through the Theoretics Institute, I really felt honored and grateful. Continue reading

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The Big Kahuna in the Sky

I just listened to a video where a happy young woman was advising listeners to ask the universe for a sign when there is a decision to make. I’ve heard people say similar things plenty of times, about what the universe has done, or will do. In fact, the universe seems to be taking over the ‘spiritual awakening’ lexicon: the universe will handle it folks… just ask.

Pardon me for coming up with a silly question, but… what do we mean? So much personal attention from ‘the universe’… how is this done? Continue reading

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Love from the Great Beyond

A few weeks ago I visited with a friend who had recently lost his daughter-in-law. She had been dealing with cancer and things appeared to be going well, then suddenly her body gave way and within two weeks she was gone. His son was devastated… such a young man, with his wife gone. It’s a lot to come to terms with.

I expressed my sympathy and said something like, “She isn’t really gone.” Later on I realized how ‘un-comforting’ those words are. Of course she’s really gone from his son, who is never to feel her body in an embrace, never to hear her laughter, never to look in her eyes again. We love each other in the physical realm, and when the physical is gone from us, our loved one is very much gone. Continue reading

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Oh, What a Fool Believes!

From what I hear, there are human beings in the world who are profoundly knowing, radiating love and light, evoking tremendous reverence, and battling the darkness on a refined level, sometimes simply by being. We may not realize that we benefit from these ‘living blessings’ being here, but we do benefit, greatly.

I am told that people at this level of development will have worked through the pain and grief that everyone encounters in this inside-out, upside-down world. They did the work by living in a dedicated way, with the intention of awakening to true self, comprehending the origin and purpose of pain, and transforming it. Continue reading

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Momz Goodies – Introducing Amraah

When you get into your sixth or seventh decade of life, things begin to look a little different. You see the slow-moving grey-haired folks and no longer are they some other species. And so the fiery ones among us decide, “That’s not my destiny. No to the weekly doctor visits, no to the nursing home, no to the slow ‘fade away’, I’m going to live some more.”

“Allow nothing or nobody to break your faith for any reason.” If that statement sounds like a Facebook meme, that’s because it is. There are lots of memes like this, meant to encourage us I guess. There are also a few people who don’t need a meme… they just do what they’re going to do. Period. Continue reading

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In a Capacity for Love

Peaceful, wholly contained moments: sometimes they come to us while in nature, sometimes when family is in ‘sync’, sometimes within an embrace. It’s as if a blessing descends, we’re in our body, and the body knows that everything is perfect: we feel uplifted and at home in an expanded, balanced center. “I am here, my heart is happy, this is real, love is here, and it’s eternal.”

As you might guess, we’re starting out with the ‘perfect moment’ because I recently enjoyed one. My six-year-old granddaughter was visiting, and for about an hour, daddy and a bunch of uncles were helping her play with some new, funny ‘sticky’ blocks. When the clowning around was over, I left the room for a bit, and returned to see an entirely different picture: she was engrossed in music with one of the uncles. I watched as they listened to the Japanese drums, then the didgeridoo, then the African drums. Continue reading

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Sailing the Sea of Change

You might be saying, “I am a spiritual person, not an activist. My spiritual solution tells me to work on raising my energy and expanding consciousness, and not concern myself the horrors of this world.”

Or you might be saying, “I cannot intentionally look away from suffering that I could possibly ease; suffering that my heart has asked me to ease. I am a spiritual-minded person, but I must be an activist.” Continue reading

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