Raya: “The world’s broken. You can’t trust anyone.” Sisu: “Maybe it’s broken because you don’t trust anyone.”
-Disney’s “Raya & The Last Dragon”
I sat watching this movie in the theatre with some of my favorite munchkins (aka kids).
I watched as the story evolved into a story about trust and conversely a lack of trust in this dystopian land. The way to saving their world came down to trusting those around them.
As the characters stated the above quote…
It really rang true to my heart…
For our society as a whole right now but even more so, for the the state of our personal relationships. Read more
I see you
The world sees you
You see you…
And we all see YOU differently.
And you and each individual in the world sees me differently to.
Because how we view someone is based upon our inner worlds and the vibration in which we choose to live. How we view others has very little to do with them and all to do with us.
If we see someone in our world as uplifting and positive then it is because those are the aspects we are choosing to focus on in that other being. Read more
I mean you know from an intellectual perspective at least!
Knowing that our thoughts create our beliefs and our beliefs then becomes the current reality of our lives.
Law of Attraction has become a topic that has entered mainstream over the last decade and is slowly gaining attention from many.
Though many only embrace it from an intellectual level but are struggling to truly embrace it at a deeper level where they live from that place. Read more
Sometimes I get ahead of myself…
I sit in a joy-filled moment or a moment of utter serenity…
Doing that dreaded thing…
Instead of relaxing into a moment that I’ve manifested and been asking to rain down upon me, I end up in my head and stepping into moments of fear. Read more
Sometimes life isn’t fun
No sugar coating this shiz
No pretending that it’s all love, light and rainbows all the time
Sometimes life just hurts.
It’s not that you cant see the lessons or see your growth process Read more
The world is currently in chaos as we search for the best way to stay afloat both as a world and as individual countries, states, and even towns.
Even as we look around at each family and individual, we each person is having to navigate how to progress through their days.
Are we focused on self? The news? Forward movement? Or fear?
Or like many are we bouncing between a little bit of all of it?
We each have a perception of the people of our lives based on our experience with them. We begin to build boxes in which to make sense of a person and their actions. Much of this is done through assumptions and where we choose to focus.