Category Archive for "Acceptance"

[Enlightened Love Life Series] Choose Self-Care & Say Yes to Beauty

Jul 07 2015

Do you have a friend or family member who never hesitates to give you their opinion—even when you did not ask for it?  Are you tired of being told what to do?  When was the last time that you checked in with yourself about how you really felt about something? I ask these questions because we live in a world where opinions are rampant. This is a beautiful thing—I am all about free speech—but when we lose track of our own opinions, it can lead to confusion, sadness, and a lack of motivation.  And when we are in a relationship and we are not in touch with our own inner voice—it can just lead to frustration, resentment, and heartache! When working with a client, I always ask what she would like to create or experience and I ask her where…

On Self-Love & Trust

Jul 22 2013

Trust is something that I have found seems to be a struggle that many of us endure each day.  When we do not trust, we create a limited version of what we want to create in our lives. Certainly, there may have been experiences in our past which have led us to choose not to trust. Through these questions it is really important to ask if these experiences are worth holding onto. Yes, life is a series of experiences. In these experiences, we find meaning.  These experiences and the meanings that we give to them shape the way in which we view and interpret the world. This happens at the levels of culture, family, and our personal belief system.  Often times, the way in which we view the world does not serve us. If we choose  not to trust, we…

Dream a Big Vibrant & Healthy Dream

Jun 25 2013

Life is a grand adventure that is waiting to be discovered. This may sound cheesy to some people, but really, it is all about how we look at things. Whenever I am having a bad day, I like to reconnect with my inner dream. For as long as I can remember, my inner dream has always involved spending my time doing what I love and with people I love being around. What is interesting is that whenever I am not in alignment with my inner dream, I notice that I start to feel uninspired and drained.  It is during this time that life can take on the illusion of  being really tough.  It is during this time when the immune system become lower,  work becomes harder, and annoying people seem to creep up their way back into our lives to…

Reconnecting Your Anchor through Honesty

Jun 10 2013

Reconnecting with our inner wisdom—or what I lovingly call our Wise Sage, is not an easy undertaking. Reconnecting with our inner wisdom/Wise Sage, the inner guru and teacher inside us all, is not something that just naturally happens. It is a choice. When we are committed to reconnecting with our inner wisdom, it is important that we connect with our motivation for choosing this path. Our motivation is the vision that we have for our lives. It is our inner dream. Our inner dream/vision is a sensory description of what our most pleasurable and ideal circumstances would be if we were living the life of our dreams. If you could have it any way that you absolutely wanted, what you want to create and experience? What motivates you to keep going in your day-to-day? What inspires you? What is your…

Tending to Details & Making a Mess

May 02 2013

There are some people in this world who are excellent planners. These are the people who can map everything out for you and deliver a beautifully flawless product/project. These people are extremely gifted in bringing grace and harmony to all of us, and guess what? I AM NOT ONE OF THESE PEOPLE! Not at all! Although, I will truthfully say that I am extremely grateful for these people, because without them: our world would lack order, grace, and beauty. Thankfully, through my intuitive work and studies in Soul Realignment/Akashic Records as a professional Healer & Psychic, I am acutely aware of what I am and what I am not. This allows me to love, appreciate, and celebrate myself and others all of the more. This attitude of gratitude and acceptance extends to how I show up in my relationships, my…

Following Dreams, Dealing with Fear, & Making Sense of It All

Apr 30 2013

See, here is the thing: sometimes we think that when if we follow our dreams, we are met with instant bliss and happiness. This is not the case. Not at all. In fact, when we follow our dreams, we are met with fear and suffering. Yes, there are moments of bliss and feelings of accomplishment and joy, but more often than not:  we get to deal with fear. After years of not following my dreams after my choice to follow my dreams, I accept that when I follow my dreams, I get scared. With enough awareness, I am able to take the fear as a good sign, but it still sucks to experience aspects of every negative emotion that I have ever felt come to back to me as I follow my dreams. It gets ridiculous too. I go over…

Wise Sage Reconnection Program

Apr 25 2013

As Healer and Psychic of my own company, Bee Loving Bee Wise, spiritual development is one my very favorite subjects! Through choosing to be a professional healer and psychic, I get to IMPLEMENT what I know about spiritual development in my life AND I get to support others in doing the same!  Right now, I am offering a course called The Wise Sage Reconnection Program. This course is is a common sense approach to healing with love and reconnecting with your inner wisdom. Offering you the possibility of participating in the The Wise Sage Reconnection Program is an action I am taking further my mission of supporting other people in creating vibrant health and happiness in their lives!

Movement through Suffering

Apr 10 2013

When I did not even really know who the Dalai Lama was—and really I still do not: I am NOT an expert in Buddhism—or any religion for that matter—- OR history: soooo many things, but anyway, I had this very vague outline/understanding that he, His Holiness the Dalai Lama,  was a positive entity who stood for peace and wisdom.  So, yes—energetically speaking: I knew who he was…One day I stumbled across this quote by him.  I do not have the exact quote but I can offer you an honest paraphrase of it: Every creature—even an insect—is afraid of suffering. It was this statement that created space for me to really forgive other people who I felt had mistreated me. It allowed me to make sense of suffering and see that it happened because people were so afraid of suffering and…

Coughing in the Winds of Change

Mar 26 2013

What I am finding is sometimes we are  often afraid of our magnificence. I know that this used to be true for me. If I were to be the “best version of myself”—as contrived and inauthentic as that might sound, then I might have to change. And really, who likes change? Not very many of us get up in the morning excited to change. It is often quite the opposite. We may not want to change because we have become comfortable and familiar with the “the way things are.” We accept being unhappy as “the norm” and we tell ourselves that our dreams are silly and unrealistic. And all the while, we either become numb to this reality or we begin to feel pained by what we do not have. Recently, this expression came into my experience: We are comfortable with…

A ‘Meaty’ Decision

Mar 14 2013

I have been vegetarian for the past three years. This was one of the main choices through which I have always deemed as being wise and in the highest good of all beings everywhere. I did not cast judgement on others for eating meat—at least not in an aggressive way—but for myself, I could not justify the thought of flesh rotting inside my body or the thought of cows crying before they were slaughtered. I also believed it was the smallest—and by smallest, I mean easiest—contribution I could make to healing our planet. For the last three years, I have totally thrown myself into vegetarian and vegan cooking. I have enjoyed learning about nutrition from a vegetarian and vegan perspective. I loved how great I felt physically. I really did not feel like my choice to have a meat-free life…