What happens when three highly sensitive empaths face a busted-up nose emergency? It turns out that yesterday's energetics were full of "thanksgiving chaos" (see astrology report from Tara Greene Tarot) AND BOY WAS THAT THE CASE. The first one (and oldest one might I add) starts yelling at the victim of the accident - he's … Continue reading Sometimes you are the glass door, sometimes you are the nose slamming into the glass door
First an announcement -- I had issues posting my blog post yesterday and want to make sure you see that I'm giving away some art and stationary to my readers! You can enter by clicking here and entering your email (just so I can contact you if you win - I won't keep it!) and … Continue reading I’m grateful for you!
Image from Magdalas.com - follow her Facebook page for all sorts of lovely insights! When I read the above quote it kind of blew my mind in that things started to click for me in a new way around flow, abundance, and giving and receiving. I viewed flow state as sort of its own thing. … Continue reading Receiving and giving, it’s really the same. (Plus, a giveaway to kick-off the giving-receiving season!)
What if we bet on ourselves for once and became our own best friend? What magic might unfold?
Image from Instagram account @roseunfolding You worry too much. Live out loud. Your thighs look great. Stop wondering about what will unfold. It’s all beautiful. Trust. You are a badass. Play! Don’t wait until you are an old wrinkled coot to play and be crazy. Try some pottery. Get some new lipstick for crying out … Continue reading Some advice from my future self (aka “old fart Sarah”)
What finally clicked was realizing I wasn't having enough fun in my life. My spiritual work had become purely WORK (I mean, it's challenging and all but it shouldn't be drudgery!). I needed play and spontaneity! I needed that inner child to do her little dance again.
So many people are passing through hard times. Pretty much everyone in my life actually. And lots of people who I don't know, too. I want to hug each and everyone of you (whether I know you or not - I am originally from the Midwest after all. We hug everyone!)
The creation of the art might be a spiritual act, but if you keep it to yourself you have only done half of the work. In sharing it with the outside world you make it sacred. That final step can feel scary and vulnerable but it's also so freaking POWERFUL. It becomes a full circle moment. Not just receiving but giving it back to source in a new way.