Authenticity


How to cope with change

Happy Monday to all my lovely readers. You have no idea how much it means to me that you stumbled across my blog and chose to stay. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Right now I’m in a period of transition. My life is changing and subsequently, this space will be too. I love the metaphor of a caterpillar morphing into a butterfly. First, the caterpillar digests itself, releasing enzymes to dissolve all of its tissues. Then it reforms itself, before emerging as a new being. They’re fascinating creatures and so perfectly capture how to respond to change. We can either reject […]

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An Interview with Doreen Virtue

In this interview Doreen Virtue covers a few topics, including manifesting and listening to and following through with divine guidance. She talks from her own experiences, making each message easy to apply to your own life. For me, her discussion on divine guidance was a much needed message.

For about a year there’s been a little voice in my head telling me to start a blog. For about a year there’s also been another voice saying “yea right”.
One day, perhaps in a moment of weakness for my ego, I finally did it. Do I still have that second voice in my head every week telling me to delete it? You bet I do!

As much as it terrifies me having this blog, I need to trust that there’s a reason this idea was put in my head.

How can you tell the difference between divine guidance and your ego? Doreen discusses that too. Basically though, divine guidance is in the third person, “this is what you need to do” or “you can do this”, compared to the ego which is first person, “I can’t do this. I’m going to fail”.

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Spirituality Matters

It was never my desire to get spiritual. That stuff is for whacked out hippies, which I am definitely not. Don’t get me wrong, I do like some alternative stuff. I’m all for eating quinoa and kale with a side of activated almonds, washed down by a glass of coconut milk kefir… However, spirituality was definitely not for me. After all, I am a very conservative, well-educated professional. Oh how life likes to tease us!


Faker: Living Authentically

This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. – Shakespeare, in Hamlet Sa wat dee Kah, I’m back! Wow, what a trip. I did get plenty of time to relax, reflect and meditate as well as ponder on a few blog post ideas. Perhaps it was all the sunshine or the mango fruit shakes, but my creative juices seemed to be flowing. But I’ve held back on publishing though because, to be honest, some of them still feel too raw. Not a raw, […]