This is the Akashic Record reading for the month of May as channeled for my podcast community, Soul Driven Podcast. I highly recommend listening to it to enjoy the fullness and energy that comes through the Records. Click HERE to listen.
“Here ye, hear ye. We have so much to share with you. For so much is coming forward, so much is bubbling to the surface. There are emotions, feelings, unending words that need to be said. For we are all beginning to feel again. This aliveness, it seeps into the very pores of our everything. It wakes us up…
Is this the end? Is this where we begin the heavy toll
Of saying our goodbyes, of packing
bags and cardboard boxes full of memories
old stories that are no longer true.
Is this the end? Where walls form great barriers
around our aching hearts
and we feel nothing and everything.
When we look at each other and ache so deep
insisting to be the first one to look away.
Is this the end? When words fall flat, sounds
lack luster, and everything loses its magic.
days of sorrow, heavy eyes, and empty cries
as our pillows become replacements.
Is this the end?
Photos removed, things split, waves
Unsure of what words will bring, unsure for
the very first time.
First, I want to be clear — this isn’t about vilifying drugs (recreational) or alcohol.
It’s about having a discussion around why we feel these things are necessary for our life.
The two main reasons we use drugs and alcohol are because 1) we don’t have a dedicated spiritual practice that gives us fulfillment and the tools for daily life, and 2) we haven’t uncovered OR aren’t living our life purpose.
Let me explain.
If you’ve been following my Medium account then you’d know I took a one-year sabbatical from alcohol that changed my life in 2019. Within the first…
“Here it comes a gentle wave riding forward, hitting the ocean, hitting the beach, hitting all sides in which it impacts. The bubbling sounds, the gurgling underneath, there’s so much life in a single wave. It is this force that propels us forward, this underlining current as we fight for who we are, as we come face-to-face with those who disagree, with those who seem to take a separate path, with those who appear to be so different from ourselves.
Yet underneath, we are all combined. We are all one. And this radiant energy that is moving forward, moving out…
It’s been one year since I launched my podcast, so I felt inspired to share my story.
At the beginning of 2019, I was devastated and heartbroken.
I had recently shut down a retail business that I had worked on for the previous two years. But there was no way to make the business model work. It was an “ahead of it’s time” business and one day, I’ll smile in appreciation when someone builds it — for it needs to be created.
But that’s another story.
What was so difficult about this defeat was that I had found true life…
Front-loading. Have you ever heard of it? Especially in connection to communication within a relationship?
So what is it?
I didn’t expect it to in the dictionary. I thought it was just a slang term of sorts that couples use or my partner had picked up from somewhere.
Webster Dictionary describes it as “to load or fill from the front” and funny enough, that’s exactly how we use it.
In the first year of our relationship, like most couples, we made plans or decisions (involving both of us) without discussing the details. “Want to go eat at my…
She called to say they might be divorcing. He has left, for now, for a break, for some time to think. They began well, and strong and very in love. He brought flowers, and she giggled as I had never heard before. They listened to music and put us to bed early, to chase each other around the house. But life is real and hard and can break anything not built well in the beginning. Beginnings need so much time, so much care. They are for seeing, hearing, and feeling for the hearts involved. It has been happening for years…
This article contains no ads for products, encouragement for exercise or diets, and definitely won’t tell you it has anything to do with looks.
Because it doesn’t.
True beauty is everlasting. It draws you in — makes you look twice. Maybe even makes you fall in love, if only for a moment. It gets inside of you and stays for a while. And it might even be tricky enough to make you feel beautiful just being in its presence.
I love that kind of beauty.
First, it’s important to consider what beauty is or how it is defined by you…
And we were riding, sitting, side by
side, heavy hearts nestled in our laps, cuddled close.
My head leaning into the open window
warm salty air bristling through my hair
rolling of houses, palm trees, brown greenness,
all steadily streaming by.
In this moment I became bold, blushing
I looked at you, your midnight eyes, occupied and
content stood facing me, your entirety
breathing its quiet serenity. Inhaling,
my hand traveled the width of my
leg, onto yours and
I asked you,
How is it possible, to feel so
vulnerable, so yellow and without strength, to
smell the dependence on…
There are few memories near and dear to me as this one. It’s a memory I return to often and when it came flooding through my mind this morning, I felt compelled to share it.
First, I want to say that God and I have enjoyed a special relationship since I was born. He (the pronoun I choose to use) has always been a part of my life, always been there for me and outside of this experience, there was one other when He spoke this clearly.
And while I know God is a loaded term, my definition of God…