Question of the Day:”How do I surrender?”

Gabby Bernstein has been a favorite of mine for many years. She’s written a lot of books on manifesting and spiritual surrender. Her many texts have been a staple of my journey. May Cause Miracles: A Forty-Day Guidebook of Subtle Shifts for Radical Change was foundational in my own spiritual growth. In this text, Gabby…

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Question of the Day: “How strong are women?”

Recent events have thrust strong women into the spotlight. Due to these event, I have recently had multiple conversations about the strength of women. One was with a man and one was with a woman, and in both conversations I found myself defending the fortitude of women. Both people had very valid points, and it…

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Question of the Day: “How can I change in a comfortable way?”

Change is an extremely difficult thing. It means moving on, letting go, traversing through unchartered territory. It also means meeting unseen challenges and leaving the safety and security of all things known. Many people dislike change, and they turn themselves inside out to avoid it. Others can enjoy change in some circumstances but struggle in…

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Question of the Day: “How do we practice mercy?”

Today, Amanda Gorman, the youngest US inaugural poet, delivered her poem on the steps of the Capitol. One week ago, those steps were bathed in rioters who wished to overthrow our country’s government, but today the Capitol building saw a peaceful transfer of power as our founding fathers intended. The irony was not lost on…

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Question of the Day: “What is an indication of love?”

There are so many levels and definitions of love. It really means so much to so many, but often it is twisted and choked by what it is “supposed” to be. People shackle love with expectations and regulations because they want to save themselves from the pain of “loving” someone or something too much. Many…

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Question of the Day: “How do I process my anger?”

Anger is the most difficult emotion for me to process. Rage has always equaled abuse and pain. It has represented hurt and violence. As an adult, I finally see how people can use anger as a catalyst to get things accomplished. When anger is used for positive ends, it can be so much more than…

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Question of the Day: “Can I save this gardenia?”

My grandmother loved gardenias. When I was young, she always had gardenias in her home. There was a large one in her sunroom. It sat atop the table and I feel like it bloomed year round. The pungent smell of gardenias reminds me of her and the home my grandfather built for them. Since my…

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Question of the Day: “How do I avoid being a victim?”

The word “victim” means someone who is harmed, injured or killed by someone else’s action or some event. This is the first definition. The second one (according to Webster’s Dictionary) is one who is tricked or duped. Either definition denotes a state many seek to avoid. Being a victim means you have suffered harm at…

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Question of the Day: “How do I stay grounded?”

The act of grounding your energies and staying in vibrational alignment is an important function. Grounding can happen in a number of ways. Generally, I practice one or more of these methods weekly, but during these trying times, I find that I must up my vibrational game, so I ask myself (as well as some…

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Question of the Day: “What if I am afraid of myself?”

Marianne Williamson has this great quote, which often gets wrongly attributed to Muhammad Ali, but it deeply reflects a state of mind many feel. She writes the following: ““Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that…

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