Can You See a Sign if Your Eyes are Closed?

Question: Can you see a sign if your eyes are closed? Answer: Yes, as long as your mind is open. I absolutely love hearing about signs people receive after losing a loved one, and there’s a few reasons I sometimes blog about them… Most people (not all) find those kind of stories heart-warming and inspiring. Sure, […]


Want to Help Someone? Try Some Positive Thinking

Do you know someone who struggles during the holidays? Or someone who may be struggling during this holiday? Or someone who is struggling, in general? If so, this quote from Abraham will allow you to help them more:   “If you intend to be of assistance, your eye is not upon the trouble but upon […]


Read This Before (AND After) You Vote

I’m gonna go out on a limb and guess that, no matter who you vote for, you’re probably very happy that it’s a.l.m.o.s.t. over. Never have we seen or felt such emotion towards two candidates. The energy is palpable, ranging from intense love to intense hate, and the gap between them is wide. (Key word ~ […]


Setting Your Intention vs Just Wanting Something

Setting an intention for something you want is a bit different then just wanting it. It’s the difference between saying “I’d like to figure out how to get this,” and saying “I want this today, thank you very much.” Do you see the difference? The first is wishing and simultaneously wondering how, and the second […]


When It Comes to Boxes, Inside is the New Outside

When it comes to boxes, inside is the new outside Over the past few months, I’ve been connected with some new and rather unexpected teachers, lessons, philosophy and tools. Book after book, teacher after teacher, lesson after lesson ~ all of them seem to be finding their way to me; connecting and resonating with me. […]


The Year of Learning Dangerously

You can listen to the post by clicking above I’m calling this “The Year of Learning Dangerously” for two reasons: I’ve been doing a whole lotta learning lately, and Some of it feels a little random, a little risky… a little dangerous. That’s probably too strong of a word, dangerous; it’s more like enthusiastically embracing whatever […]


What do Hurricane Matthew and The Election have in common?

What do Hurrican Matthew and the Election Have in Common? They both could be considered scary. But just because something sounds scary, doesn’t mean we have to be scared. Last week, I connected with a few friends in Florida, asking how they were doing, in relation to Hurricane Matthew. Here’s a screenshot of one message I […]


A World Gratitude Day “what-if…”

World Gratitude Day There were some wild and wacky holidays this week. For example, Sunday was “National Cheeseburger Day,” Monday was “International Talk Like A Pirate Day” and next Sunday is “National Comic Book Day.” (Talk Like a Pirate Day is INTERNATIONAL ~ Really?!)     And for the past 51 years, this day, September 21st […]


Science and Spirituality Walked Into A Bar…

Science and Spirituality walked into a bar. They fell in love, got married and gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, named Joseph. They told little Joey that their dream was for him to help the world understand the unlimited power of the mind. That little baby grew up to became a very cool chiropractor, […]


Awesome Things Come From Gratitude And Intention

Three awesome things just happened, as a result of making a gratitude-intention list; a 10-10 list This week I resurrected a simple, yet profound practice back into my life and I enthusiastically encourage you to try it. The resurrected practice (it was never really deceased; I had just fallen off the wagon a bit) is […]