Romancing the Presence

Week one of the Commitment Experiment started last Sunday. The Commitment Experiment challenges us to test the hypothesis that committing to something or someone wholly, completely, both-feet-in will bring:  “A whole stream of events issues from the decision,  raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents,  meetings and material assistance,  which no man could…

Is the Call to Serve the Answer to Your Prayers?

What do you believe about volunteering? Do you believe you don’t have enough time? Do you believe it’s a good thing to do when you can? Do you think you don’t have anything of value to contribute? Or do you believe it could be the answer to your prayers? In December, during a visioning session…

Learning to Trust Your Inner GPS


Within me is a presence that knows exactly where to go and how to get there. 
It calls to me as a whisper or a longing and it pulls me forward. 
I surrender, trust and follow it’s guidance, 
discovering my highest calling and greatest joy.

Learning to Trust Your Inner GPS
And So It Is! 

Learning to Trust Your Inner GPS

Within me is a presence that knows exactly where to go and how to get there. 
It calls to me as a whisper or a longing and it pulls me forward. 
I surrender, trust and follow it’s guidance, 
discovering my highest calling and greatest joy.

Learning to Trust Your Inner GPS
And So It Is! 

Words Have Power

At Rev. Bruce’s recent workshop, Turbocharging the Law of Attraction, he explained that “no” is the most powerful word in the English language. As children, we were trained by our parents using the word “no.” Our brain learned that “no” meant “you can’t have that” or “you did something wrong.” We internalized the feelings associated…

Words Have Power

At Rev. Bruce’s recent workshop, Turbocharging the Law of Attraction, he explained that “no” is the most powerful word in the English language. As children, we were trained by our parents using the word “no.” Our brain learned that “no” meant “you can’t have that” or “you did something wrong.” We internalized the feelings associated…