Who You Really Are

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Symptoms you are Awakening

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I’ve been very aware of all this for the past year, and here it’s being said quite clearly.

What’s In The Mix?

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When we want to understand the finer details of karmic connections:

When we are looking at a potential partner, and asking ourselves about all those little things as in “do we match”. How is it that we want to see and or feel? We often want that “click”… We want something gentle, and somewhat easy.
Truth is we can have all that, we have to decide that we are worthy of asking for what we want, and not just taking what we’re given. Return it if it’s not exactly what you want! With relationships we have to have eyes wide open as we go through a check list of needs, or we’ll find karma and or nature filling in those gaps where we’re not paying attention.

Our karmic life path for each person has a very specific flavor; very specific issues that we’re working through… Knowing what your karmic issues are is acknowledging where your emotional challenging places are. All those places where we run from issues that life demands of us because they’re just too scary to deal with, those are our karmic life issues.
When we get together with another person, we are mixing those two flavors, yours and theirs. And not just with relationships… Business deals, friendships… Anytime we are in action with another person this combination will show itself.

The person in the relationship with the most intense karma will also have the strongest influence in any given situation. So if you’re in a business deal, and the person with the gentlest flavor happens to be the one doing the talking, then the karmic expression of that deal will have the influence for the outcome. This is “what’s best for the team” comes into play, and from this what kind of outcome is desired. However, if the two of you are doing something like buying a house together, the outcome of that purchase will come from that combination unless one works the deal.
So if you’re someone who’s looking at the details of karmic connections and desired outcomes, paying close attention to what’s in the mix of those amazing personalities people carry will be time well spent.


Saying “Goodbye”


When having a thoughtful response to a friend or loved one who is in the process of leaving this world and passing on, we can bring to the surface the deep ingredients of the relationship. Creating a ritual practice of saying goodbye, like bringing closure to a passing relationship, or thanking a parent for being the amazing teacher they have been,  or a grandparent… To speak from the heart the things that need to be said, instead of regretting the things that aught to have been said. Seizing the moment! And rising to the occasion. Stepping forward with the last act of rich love.
Thanking a friend for all that you have valued in their friendship and why. This practice brings forward the spontaneous vocabulary of the heart, which in itself promotes forgiveness.
This also can tie up karmic loose ends, as in ending the book. We will all meet again… We work in groups of people; the karmic work we do life after life is with the same group of people… A close tight group of about 50 people, yet compatible to a few hundred thousand world wide.

Be one who has the courage to step forward and speak from the heart. There’s no perfect time than the present.


I’ve shared my gratitude to all my grandparents except one, and she passed faster than I could respond. Had a long heart to heart with my father days before his passing, as well as a good friend.
I’ve found this action to to be an expression of spiritual love, because it supports karmic closure; the ending of this chapter, and a loving way to clear the air.

The Darkness of the Soul

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Each one of us will be confronted by our darkest issues for the next 5 to 8 years, everyone-no exceptions! The darkness of the soul is an initiation into the awakening of a higher awareness; higher consciousness. This process brings to resolution issues that may have been buried for quite some time, and an opportunity to overcome them here and now.
This action is asking us to dig a bit deeper into patience for our own short-comings, and persistence to see this process through-no matter what “it” is. These issues once resolved will clear forward in such a way as to not need to ever be repeated or reviewed.

It’s the upmost importance to be emotionally gentle on yourself when moving through these intense issues. Being gentle allows us permission to see the issue in its full complexity, and move beyond it completely.

Also, please be mindful of others around you who maybe going through this, and give them the blessings of a little more space for their own growing pains.

Go in peace.

Lost and Found

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As a woman is looking for a new partner, what she is looking for is a man that will fulfill every need, and heal every wound. And to her she believes he should already instinctively know that he is here to provide this.
This creates huge discord in relationships! Because 1) whether she likes it or not this is completely off his radar, and 2) she is being completely irresponsible with her hurt emotional needs… Conscious or unconscious. Men and women are SO incredibly different from each other, that when we come together that joining needs to be so very gentle.
This is something all women do that can be very subconscious. Younger women do this, however by the time they reach their 3rd part of their lives they’ve started to move away from this.
Men need to learn this about women, because this is 90 percent of the reason why at the end of relationships she is so mad that she is taking most of what he owns, and is shredding his character for all to see. All because she will never speak out loud of this. Women are incredibly secretive, even to themselves.

(I know I’m repeating myself) A healthy balanced relationship is one in which she or he is responsible by following their own happiness, and the other person is along for the fun. A hurtful wound can ONLY be healed by the person in pain. Through communication the other partner can facilitate the emotional support. However they can not ever DO it for you, you will have to cross that threshold for yourself.
This practice of being the master of your own direction will also give her more vital energy, and focused attention longer into her life, because her precious energy won’t be spent on so much dread, and “here we go again” failed expectations.

Men need to read this, then process this, then reread and process deeper. Men need to know why there is such a thing as a “dog house”. For it should be seen as a blazing red flag that something is amiss; some discord in the relationship that needs immediate attention FOR BOTH PARTNERS TO LOOK AT!
Digging into lost and found, and adopting this lifestyle with this practice of always being the one in control of one’s own happiness (regardless of relationship status). This will in itself heal, and naturally take care of it. Because for me my pursuit of happiness is always my first thought, and it is this action that produces the consistent empowerment in all my relationships, more so than anything else that I can think of… Well maybe more with my practice with God.
This practice is best learned from our parents, something that has been taught and become natural, and is continued as we step out onto the world stage.


The Gap


When our chemistry is activated lust is then switched on in full (there’s not a thing wrong with lust, for it’s apart of our process), and what is coupled with lust is ownership; wanting to be the only one, which shows us the dysfunctional expression of ownership. The bright side of ownership happens immediately when it’s looking to transition into trust. Because when trust comes into play ownership slips away, and trust is coupled with love. Ownership and love can’t be in the same space together, and have them both survive.
This is why a lot of couples don’t see love, they think they do, however it’s because they cling to the shadow expression of ownership, and not bridge the gap to trust. It’s just too scary for them.
As we release ownership, and nest into trust we release ownership, jealousy and miscommunications. And one less reason you keep yourself a secret.

Remember: Part of being able to make this shift is in discovering that there is a better way of either resolving conflict, or a different choice in response that leads to a more harmonious outcome. Instead of always being reactionary. Looking around for people who already have this healthy response, is a wonderful demonstration to know how to create a more harmonious outcome.
The only part of ownership that is positive, is when we are directing it at ourselves. As in changing a reaction by “taking ownership of” your part in the the conflict. This action is shifting us away from conflict, and helping to move us toward the gentle actions of trust, and bridge that gap.

My blessings to you…

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