Let’s imagine… We all look out for each other. We all take the time to love and accept each other. We honor each other’s beliefs and life paths. We work together, showcasing each of our individual talents, to live harmoniously and abundantly. We care for and nurture the earth. We work with mother nature ratherContinue reading “The World I Dream Of: Love, Peace, Harmony”
Through stillness, we are able to reconnect with our inner voice and intuitive knowing. It is in this glass pool that we may plant a seed and send powerful ripples of intention to the universe.
It is in stillness that we are able to rebalance our nervous systems and switch into the the mode of rest and digest.
These remedies are meant to balance your energetic field and bring love and joy to your life. They heal the heart and help one find their bliss, bringing newfound energy and vitality to life.
I’ve spent much of my life rushing around and trying to take on more than I can handle, consistently burning myself out and stressing my nervous system more than it can comfortably handle.
Those days are gone.
Naturally, when I heard about an Ancient Grain my ancestors thrived on that even celiac people could enjoy, my interest was instantly peaked.
I’ve always been someone who strives to achieve many feats. I’m an ambitious dreamer, with high hopes and intense passion.
Recently, I have come to the realization that this can only take me so far.
I healed myself naturally, keeping all of the foods I love and enjoy, and instead focusing on cleaning up my diet as much as possible.
I pray for a day we no longer fight over man-made boundaries, resources that poison fellow lifeforms, and pieces of paper. The current way of thinking and living is a toxin within itself. At what point in history did money become more important than happiness? When did privacy fences and screens to hide behind becomeContinue reading “What are you Manifesting?”
Smoke hissed and bled into the air, it was dark and the rain clouds covered the stars. Massive, swaying evergreens stood comfortably spaced for miles around, careful to leave room for one another’s roots and branches to unfurl. If the rain picks up I’ll have to take cover beneath one- it isn’t safe to continueContinue reading “Mother Spruce, A Story by Erin McCaffery”
When you take a step, what leads you? Are you walking in the present moment, or are you somewhere else entirely?