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Today I had an experience that reminded me that angels are among us and will intervene in diverting tragedy when appropriate. My 3 month old puppy got away and ran down the street into a busy road. I heard horns honking loudly and panicked to think she might get struck by a car and I would lose her forever. I dashed down the road towards the blaring horns and there in the distance I saw her. She was frozen in the middle of the road, terrified with traffic stopped in both directions. A kind man in a blue shirt had pulled his big construction truck over. He was down on his knees calling to this sweet tiny puppy with her pink collar on. But she couldn’t move. When I rounded the corner and saw that she was alive, I called to her. She darted towards me with frenzied delight. I cried when she jumped into my arms. The relief I felt was immense! The man comforted me and assured me all was OK. I felt like I had been touched by an angel through the kindness of this Good Samaritan and that angels had watched over my little one. Needless to say, I will not be letting this little pup out of my eyesight again unless she is in a safe place.

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My grandson just started middle school. His excitement for being in a new school was tremendous. When I asked him how he liked his new school after the first day he exclaimed with delight “I loved it!’ “Wow”, I thought! “Such enthusiasm for learning is refreshing.” He made new friends, processed new information and most importantly he kept his mind open to new ideas and ways of doing things. The gift of youth is still in his favor. He is flexible and adaptable. How can we as adults recapture the malleability of youth and stay “teachable”? Perhaps the answer, is to be willing to try new things and to let go of the old ideas about how life should be. When we cultivate an attitude of excitement about the unknown rather than fear or dread, we may just find that life brings us amazing surprises.

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The month of July always causes me to reflect on freedom. Perhaps the greatest liberation we can attain in this lifetime is freedom from our past. The voices of our family of origin may still share space in our heads. However, when we consciously seek to free ourselves from old programming and beliefs, we then walk the path of our true selves. My birthday is on the 5th of July. I am thinking about how honored I am to have an identical twin sister this lifetime. She mirrors my own innocence, beauty, strength and struggle. We survived the same crazy upbringing that forced us to become fiercely independent at a young age. Yet, we also have each other to lean on when life gets hard. I am very grateful that my soul choose to have a soul sister to share this incredible journey with. I have had the opportunity of learning to free myself from my identification of who I am in the “twin set” and acquire the ability to feel complete on my own and listen to my unique soul’s inspiration. My heart still yearns for that deep completion that only happens when I am with my twin but I know I am enough just being me now. What voice of the past is holding you captive that you are ready to release during this month of freedom?

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My grandson just graduated from elementary school. The ceremony was very moving and inspiring. I like that our society is beginning to encourage more formal celebrations of meaningful impasses in life. As we grow older the opportunities to ceremoniously honor our growth and change become less and less. Yet, we are always growing and evolving all the time because life usually manages to bring us opportunities to mature and learn. We discover along the path of life that we must become our own best champions, regardless of what anyone else thinks. When we can celebrate our “little wins” like staying calm when something unfortunate or unexpected happens, or being positive when we are afraid, then we truly have acquired the gift of maturity. Although we don’t get to wear a cap and gown or be adorned with leis, we can smile inside to know how far we have come along this journey of life, and we never really graduate until our final breath.

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Mother’s Day is this month and I am feeling grateful that I am learning how to be a loving, and kind mother to my inner child. I used to have a critical voice in my head that demanded perfection and was intolerant of mistakes. Now I am loving myself and celebrating my imperfections and weaknesses as a part of my humanity. When I respond with gentleness to myself, then I am opening the door of my heart to acceptance. This self-care enables me to open to my intuition and deeper knowing because my innocent inner child feels safe to feel and be, and the seat of my intuition is a healthy and happy inner child.

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What seeds are you planting in the consciousness of your mind and heart this spring? Now is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in new positive ideas and ways of being. Negative thoughts are like weeds that choke out dreams and visions, and positive thoughts are like flowers that bloom and bring blessings into our lives. Please consider how you treat yourself and others. Do you surround yourself with positive, loving people who support you and who see your goodness and want to encourage you to develop your gifts and talents? We grow most effectively when we are in a loving environment that uplifts us, where we feel safe, and where we can contribute to others. Chose positive thoughts and actions now so your heart can express the true love that you are in this world with grace and ease,

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The month of March is often said to come in like a lion and out like a lamb. While this may be true in the snowy and cold states, in Hawaii the weather variable is usually only 5 degrees. Nevertheless, the idea of life being hard and then easing up is quite appealing to me. When I remember that life moves in cycles and everything changes, I am able to relax and trust that whatever is happening, no matter how difficult it may be, will pass. The gift of learning this acceptance of life has come with experience. When I was younger I always yearned for some fantasy in the future that would fill my life with immense joy. Now, I rest easy in the moment, allowing life to gently massage me with her sometimes soft caress and sometimes deep tissue strokes.  I’ve let go of needing to understand the process, control it, or judge it. Instead, I am happy to be alive and enjoy life as a holy expression of the divine being in the perfect moment right now.

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Sometimes life offers us opportunities to bond more deeply with other people than we normally do in our day to day lives.  On January 13th, 2018 at 8:07 AM a message appeared on my cell phone saying that a missile was heading toward Hawaii and to take cover. For the next 38 minutes before the “false alarm” text came in I made a number of choices. First, I prayed together with my neighbor. Then I called my son on Maui and we shared how much we love one another. This was followed with a prayer of gratitude towards my other children on the mainland and the realization that we have such a loving connection. After this brief reflection, I then I drove to my daughter’s house and sat at the kitchen table with her, and her husband and kids. Imagining that this is the last time to see your loved ones bring a very special poignancy to the moment. Then just as suddenly as the original text of doom and gloom had come in, another text flashed across my iPhone screen. “False Alarm” it said. I quickly said a “thank you” inside for another day of life and another day to love. I will forever be bonded more closely with those I shared those priceless 38 minutes with.

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Happy New Year! I love the turning of the wheel of time when the Earth completes another rotation around the Sun. This 12 month period marks the ending of one year and the hopeful beginning of another. Please join me in my New Year’s prayer for a peaceful world that works together in harmony to share Mother Nature’s resources, and love one another. I trust that Spirit Divine is moving in this direction, even if at times there may be doubt that this is true. In my lifetime, I have already seen so much change for good in society and I am convinced that humanity has love deep at the core, and that this love is the most powerful force in the universe and can bring miraculous changes. May your New Year be blessed and may you know that you are love.

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December brings thoughts of gift giving and receiving. But perhaps the greatest gift of all is simply the gift of giving time and attention to another. During the busy holiday season there may be a tendency to rush or squeeze too much into the day. I invite you instead, to slow down and take a minute to reflect on your inner light and let go of the external world while breathing in a sense of deep peace. Then from this place of inner connection reach out and share your heart, time and presence with another. Let us celebrate the gifts that we are and rather than focusing on the material presents, give the gift of love instead. Happy holidays!

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I have a sign on the wall across from my bed that I see upon arising each day. It simply states “Start each day with a grateful heart”. When I remember to give thanks for the very first breath I take when I awaken, then I know am on the right track to having a love filled day. We have entered the month of November and so my thoughts turn towards Thanksgiving and all that I have to be grateful for. I used to pray for situations to be different, circumstances or relationships to be better or material things to come into my life. Now my prayers have changed and they are more humble and sincere.  A friend named Jim shared with me a prayer that taught me more about how to pray. Here it is:  “Thank you universe for all that I have, for all that has been taken away and all that I am left with.” This simple prayer reminds me that there is a greater plan that is working out in my life and in the lives of others. Learning to bow in gratitude to what life brings, offers me the opportunity to find the gift among the pain, loss and change that is an inevitable part of life. I remember to give thanks even when I don’t always get what I want and when I want it. I learn to trust the infinite wisdom of the universe that loves me and you. Happy Thanksgiving. May your life be blessed.

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As a child, I grew up in New England and October was my favorite month because the green leaves transformed to a brilliant red, yellow, and orange panorama. This glorious colorful gift of Mother Nature reminds me to change with the seasons and be bold in life. I recall searching the ground under various trees looking for the most beautiful leaves. I would proudly bring them home and carefully iron their splendor into two sheets of waxed paper so I could savor their brilliance. I always felt sad when even though they were protected by the wax covering them, they would still turn dull and then decay and die.

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September, I find, is often a very busy time that follows the relaxation of summer. There is a push in the air that I feel more than the rest of the year. A brisk motivating breeze to get things done and be productive. This can result in me pushing myself too hard and needing to remember the value of rest and replenishing myself spiritually. A walk in the woods or sitting at my altar meditating are two of the best ways for me to reconnect with my inner essence.

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August is here and it brings in that time of year when students, both young and old, go back to school. As traditional schooling is completed, many of us go through seasons of learning very similar to our formal education, but in our own minds. I have to admit that although I am no longer in school, I relish the art of learning and have become aware of the cycles of knowledge that ebb and flow within us. It is my hope and intention that as I mature I will always maintain an open mind and an interest in learning new ideas, ways of being and activities. Currently, I have a lovely routine carved out in my life that supports me in my spiritual, mental, emotional and intellectual growth. This routine allows me to keep moving in a journey of constant and never-ending improvement. But I have to mix it up with new books, new adventures and new associations. Otherwise I become static and stuck in my box of familiarity. Just as children are arriving into new classrooms and anticipating new faces and encounters, I invite you to challenge yourself to learn a new skill, take a new class or venture into a new field such as metaphysics or parapsychology. Let’s welcome August with the enthusiasm of a child excited about their first day of kindergarten.

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August is here and it brings in that time of year when students, both young and old, go back to school. As traditional schooling is completed, many of us go through seasons of learning very similar to our formal education, but in our own minds. I have to admit that although I am no longer in school, I relish the art of learning and have become aware of the cycles of knowledge that ebb and flow within us.

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I just got back from a family reunion in California. It was my birthday gift to myself. I organized this week-long gathering of twenty family members, about six months ago. My birthday month is July and I like to celebrate with my twin sister if possible, so I started with that idea and then expanded. We had an amazing seven days together.

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I like summertime because it is usually the herald that brings more time together as a family, perhaps some time to vacation, and often, more time to relax and re-connect. For this sunny season, I’m looking forward to a family reunion and the opportunity to visit with relatives near and far. I value these shared moments.

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As of May 3, 2017, we will complete another round of an astrological transit called Mercury Retrograde. This three-week period is a time when appointments often get mixed up, electronics go haywire and people from the past reenter our lives. The best way to deal with these unexpected events is to be flexible.

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As a child growing up in snowy Massachusetts, I remember hearing my mother repeating the old saying “April showers bring May flowers.” She lovingly encouraged me to be patient with the cold and rainy weather that followed the snow. She would often remind me that, yes, spring would definitely arrive.

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March Forth . . . With Confidence!

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