I'm blessed to be visited by animal spirit guides in my meditations, in my dreams, in my visions. Today's meditation led me to my zodiac sign - Taurus, the Bull. The image of a bull looking straight at me was sharp, very much in contrast with the image behind her - a herd of bull… Continue reading Bring out The Bull in you
We should give our best not because everything equally matters individually and collectively. What matters in the face of life, in the face of death - is that we show up fully in each given moment - to who we have become, but more importantly to who we claim ourselves to be.
Our consumerist culture has made us feel like an object, too. We're just a part of the display. We don't have our own power. Our unique ideas and preferences don't have value. There is no other way. Everything's been done. We are not in charge. This learned perspective bleeds into all aspects of our lives.… Continue reading How to feel more alive? Create.
When you believe something is missing or needs to change - opt for the better way; don't resort to complaining and feeling helpless - get started and do something about it. This may not entirely address the situation, but it's a way to start the momentum in the direction you want it to go. If… Continue reading The Go-Getter Mindset
If you don't like the standards of the status-quo, create your own. What you do makes a difference. Making a difference is the point.
Yesterday, in the middle of a busy working Monday, a thought bubble popped out - it said, "How can I feel more in control of my days? How can I feel like my days - including weekdays - are mine again? How can I bring back my regular everyday bliss from when I still had… Continue reading How to take your power back? Make more time for Play.
I used to think that the only way I could fully live a spiritual life and be in an ecosystem of inspiring one another was by somehow working in the healing/intuitive arts. Lately though, probably as part of my spiritual progression, I've learned that - 1. If that is true, then that is very limiting.… Continue reading A Leap in Perspective
A few years ago, as I was preparing to join my first art market, I remember having a discussion with myself regarding my anxiety on putting my work out there. I felt soooo self-conscious. I kept questioning the quality of my work, my skills, and whether I deserved to have a spot in the open… Continue reading Put Yourself Out There
You may be confused at the moment. You may be in a foggy part of your path. You may be feeling lonely, probably you're running out of faith in your tank, too. While I won't pretend to know how exactly you must be feeling and what exactly you're going through, 'cause I acknowledge the realness… Continue reading You are not lost. We are not lost.