Are you holding onto a dream, a target or aiming to really fall in love? Perhaps you’ve had love that ended, or you haven’t yet had it. I have a special interview just for you.
In a recent interview with Deborah Dachinger we dove into falling and experiencing love. Listen below as Deborah and I talk about relationships and finding your true soul mate.
The voices of my departed are an endless song in my head. They move my hands across the keyboard and fill my nights with dreams. I’m their child left behind whom they watch with great concern and extraordinary love – holding back when they long to help, staying quiet when I take a wrong turn, letting me learn my lessons like a child learns to walk by falling down and getting back up again.
From the moment I met Paul under the white-hot streetlight, silver halo wrapped around his head, eyes ripped from a vivid ocean blue sky – I knew I belonged with him. How gracefully he saw me, stroking my hair to find perfection in every flaw, seeing beauty in every crease. He laid his hands upon my soul and loved me.
We shared such joy in our escapades; the long hikes to climb ridiculous peaks, the God talks, the movies that made us laugh and cry. With his dreams wrapped inside my heart I saw our future unfold. This love would be a Read more
My dad, diagnosed with lung cancer four weeks earlier, has been in a coma for days, struggling for breath. My family takes turns caring for him at the hospital. I want to stay at his side today because I sense he’s leaving. Yet it’s my turn to babysit his five grandchildren—including my three-year-old daughter.
I kiss my dad on the forehead, tell him I love him and will see him soon. Back at Grandmother’s house, I put the kids down to nap. Finally, they sleep. I’m free to meditate as I’ve done every day for thirty years.
Sitting on the couch, I close my eyes and repeat a mantra Read more
My friend Marv sat on my shoulder today telling me to freshen up a chapter I was writing. He passed away several months ago, but his voice in my ear was strong and clear. “Just freshen it up,” he whispered. So I did. Then he was gone. I can still see the golden cord connecting us through our many lifetimes of friendship.
Let me assure you that seeing into the other realms is the only thing I’m really good at here. And yet, when I first hit the dirt of Planet Earth, I sprang into survival mode–forgetting everything I knew inside. I ignored the spirits in the room, dismissed my intuitive feelings, analyzed my precognitive dreams rather than Read more
Yes, we ARE all intuitive. We’re all naturally able to access our right brain hemisphere–the doorway to our intuition, creativity, and divinity. We talk ourselves out of listening to this inner guidance by focusing on our left-brain chatter–our linear-thinking, practical, realistic mind. We see logical thinking touted on the news, at work, and among our family members as “the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.” Yet our left-brain logic is only telling us half of the truth. This supreme logic we live by has gotten us exactly where we are today–afraid, disconnected, unfulfilled, unhappy, and in search of meaning.
Being practical above all else does not get us where we want to go. It doesn’t lead to a happy, fulfilled life. Our left-brain logic talks us out of being who we really are and doing the work we came here to do. And it sometimes talks us out of loving who we came here to love.
Remember, you are NOT your thoughts. You’re an energy being, a pulsing wave of light connected to the energetic fabric that makes up the entire universe. Quantum physicists refer to this phenomenon as the “membrane theory.” When they say that we’re all made of the same energy–waves of light that join everything and everyone–they’re describing intuition! Your consciousness is so much bigger than your mind. Your feelings and intuition connect you to all others beings in our universe. Your intuition is a gateway to all the knowledge, answers, and guidance you’ve ever wanted.
When you’re afraid, you block your intuition. Fear is the opposite of love, and it shuts your portal to the divine. When you’re tapped into fear you’re hooked into low-vibration negative energy–or what I call pitiful thinking. This type of thinking makes your body feel bad; it drains your energy and makes you anxious. It clouds your connection to your higher self.
Intuition and divine guidance speak up in the quiet moments when your fear and mental chatter pause and you simply know what’s true–you know it in your bones. It’s a peaceful knowing brought to you courtesy of your highest self.
Our intuition announces exactly what we need to know exactly when we need to know it to fulfill our mission. Its timing is always perfect. And it uses any means available to reach us. You have the dream when you need the dream. You feel a strong urge to do something exactly when it’s time to do it. You get a visual image of something you need to know while you’re waiting at a stoplight. And you know you’ve met your soul mate the moment you hear his voice.
Excerpted from my new book I See Your Soul Mate