According to the dictionary, magical is defined as: beautiful or delightful in such a way as to seem removed from everyday life.  Also Known As (according to me): Montana in June (and the Rocky Mountains in general).  The brilliant shades of green, vibrant wildflowers, abundant water flowing, the chorus of song birds, snow capped peaks…the mind cannot comprehend the totality

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There is an incredible beauty and joy in the smallest blade of grass rising from the earth in spring. It’s an emerging of life, in both nature and ourselves. (If you missed the last post Part Three: Entering the Castle click here before reading on.)  “Great joys make us love the world. Great sadnesses make us understand the world.” ~Kent Nerburn

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Friendships and relationships are a training ground for our relationship with Spirit.  When I use to hold God at arms length away, I was also holding those I loved an arms length away – because those I loved were a child of God, as a wave is upon the ocean. As I rejected God, I rejected

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Healing from childhood religion isn’t easy, but it’s important. Here’s my adventurous journey in doing so.

“God is the energy and frequency that joyfully permeates all things.” When I read this line, I stopped. I took a deep breath in. My heart knew it was the Truth – so eloquently said. So perfect. So exact.┬áSo vast in it’s meaning. Tears came to my eyes. Easy to know when I see flowers

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It use to scare me, the silence. My first silent meditation retreat I felt like I was going to explode. My mind was so amped up, wanting to do, do, do (that was the first three days, then it began to calm down – thankfully!). Now I go into silence and feel completely at home.

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I sat down next to Mary in the front row. I wanted to soak up as much as I could while attending a workshop with Caroline Myss (author, medical intuitive and modern day Mystic) and Dr. Jeffrey Rediger (professor at Harvard Medical School) on Mysticism, Miracles, and Medicine. Mary had a glow about her, a

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Here’s a truth about me: I’m a conflict avoider. Through and through. Since I was a little kid, I’d run into the other room if I heard an argument. I wanted to put a big conflict avoidance bubble around me and make them all go away, but they still happened. And continue to happen. I

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“You cannot truly see and be aware of the beauty of all life, or express the depths of love and compassion for others, until you have first seen your own sublime beauty and expressed love and compassion for yourself.” ~Ramtha I was teaching the rewiring technique to a client last week, when we got to

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