Afterlife, Grief and loss, Spirituality

Riding the waves of emotion

It's been 9 days since my Dad's passing. I have running conversations and numerous signs from him. We are definitely more connected now than ever before which is beautifully strange and has dug up some deeply seeded beliefs and old mindsets that I'm being forced to examine. That's what grief and processing life is all… Continue reading Riding the waves of emotion

Spirituality

Pioneers of Change

Another repost from my dear friend Maria Chambers at https://soulsoothinsounds.wordpress.com/ I may write an original tomorrow. I'm being gentle and compassionate towards myself during this cycle of grief I'm surfing. Namaste my dear onesโค Artwork by George Redhawk If you are reading these words, and relate to the material in this blog, you are a… Continue reading Pioneers of Change

Grief and loss, Holidays, Mental health, Spirituality

How do you say Happy Thanksgiving?

This is a bittersweet holiday for my family and I being this is the first one minus my Dad. The man who always carved the giant turkey and presided over the time we committed to enjoying it because it couldn't coincide with the big football games that are being played today. Despite the fact that… Continue reading How do you say Happy Thanksgiving?

Spirituality

My heavy heart

My dear readers and friends, brothers and sisters, I am not fully myself. However, by the grace and mercy of God, the work I have done over these past 7 months is sustaining my spirit currently as my Dad, 87 is in a hospice facility dying. Just 3 days after I returned home to South… Continue reading My heavy heart

Spirituality

The Time is Ripe for Change

This is written by a fellow blogger whom I adore. Please read carefully and follow her at https://soulsoothinsounds.wordpress.com/ We share a lot of the same concepts and ideas as well as the name, Maria. This post outlines how our world is shifting into higher consciousness on a collective scale will take time. It's coming my… Continue reading The Time is Ripe for Change