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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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