Do Thoughts Really Create Our Reality?

I’ve been thinking about this concept lately, and wondering about its validity. I get that if you have a dismal outlook and expect the worst in all things, then yes, you are, in a sense, creating that reality because you are looking at life with muddy glasses. But does that mean you’ve “created” that life?Continue reading “Do Thoughts Really Create Our Reality?”

What This Last Mercury Retrograde Taught Me

The above are what we are to do during a retrograde, and I did. I faced the fact that I’ve been spinning my wheels as far as this website goes, and my life has definitely become “too many forks, not enough spoons” for me to devote the time needed to it. I don’t blog anymoreContinue reading “What This Last Mercury Retrograde Taught Me”

The Little Ways Hygge Lightwork Helps

Another cool, crisp morning filled with hot air balloons…yes, it’s October in the high desert! The weather shifts so quickly into the cool nights, but the days still require swamp coolers or air conditioning. Colds and the flu are right around the corner. This weekend I sent light to someone in Canada who has beenContinue reading “The Little Ways Hygge Lightwork Helps”

Has Using a Planner Stifled My Journaling Habit?

I’ve been a fairly consistent journal-keeper since high school (oh, those angsty poems!), but over the past few years that habit has fallen to the wayside. My present journal was, if I remember right, started two years ago! It’s a 5-subject notebook, and I’m not even half-way through it. That’s not normal. Last week IContinue reading “Has Using a Planner Stifled My Journaling Habit?”

What Do You Do When The World Is Overwhelming

This morning I was reading through a notebook I have, filled with scribbles and quotes and manifestos, all relating to my energy-shifting work. Some ideas popped into my head, but I got a bit overwhelmed and decided to check Twitter. I have two accounts, one public, and every single time I read that one, myContinue reading “What Do You Do When The World Is Overwhelming”

It’s a Small Fibromyalgia World

Kind of. To quote the National Fibromyalgia Association, ” Fibromyalgia is one of the most common chronic pain conditions. The disorder affects an estimated 10 million people in the U.S. and an estimated 3-6% of the world population. While it is most prevalent in women —75-90 percent of the people who have FM are womenContinue reading “It’s a Small Fibromyalgia World”