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Depend on Doubt

Uncertainty is an ally of change. It opens doors to new possibilities. It invites new insights. Ambiguity is a friend of quantum change. When it comes to creating new realities, it gives us the possibilities of a blank sheet of paper with a plethora of paints rather...

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Serendipity

“Serendipity will take you beyond the currents of what is familiar. Invite it. Watch for it. Allow it.” ~ Jeanne...

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Inviting Faeries

From “Time Slipping” by Jeanne McElvaney When the large bowl of pods had become a small bowl of peas, Elizabeth sat and listened to another challenge between old beliefs and what was possible. Old Maggie told her about the faeries who waited at mirknight, should she...

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Fairy Quotes

John Lennon ~ “I believe in everything until it's disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons.” C.S. Lewis ~ “Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” Ralph Waldo Emerson ~ “A lady, with whom I was riding in the forest, said to...

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Listen to the Creatures

It is wise to heed the messages of the creatures who share our world. Like us, they have their usual patterns and, when their behavior is out of the ordinary, it is clear they are speaking to us in the language of spirit. We are, every time, served by responding. "Old...

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Quantum Thinking

Instead of the tired, torn, and tattered map of Old Thinking, Quantum Thinking shows us that creating life-shifts is a flexible journey. "Ignite Changes Using Energy"

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Our Homes

Mind~Body~Spirit. We keep learning there is no separation. I think my body is the home of my spirit. My personal spirit moves freely, interacts, explores, but it comes ‘home’ often. In quiet moments. In self-aware moments. When I’m troubled. When I’m tapping into my...

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Paths We Follow

We step onto a path that determines our destination with a single statement. Often spoken without awareness, they give our live direction. “I can’t draw” said when we are a child will keep us away from any adventure that takes us in that direction. Today, I’m thinking...

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The Gentle, Feminine Curve of our Life

To sail into unknown possibilities and seek the amazing, there were explorers who had to imagine more than what they had learned. They had to believe the world wasn’t flat. That they wouldn’t fall off the edge if they navigated beyond what was familiar. We are at such...

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Magic is Right Here

Magic is right here. Right now. All the time. We experience it daily, but don’t name it because we become accustomed to the different ways we manifest the wonderful in our life with these little miracles. I fumble and fail when using my best logic to crop a photo on...

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Persistence

Persistence. I see that the people around me who have manifested their intention have persisted. Every time. No matter what. Against all logic. In spite of interruptions in their journey. Those “lulls” used to stop me. Now I know they are question marks from the...

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The Many Colors of Love / Part 13

May’s collage had become a guiding light for her. It determined how she spent her time. Instead of watching a movie, she was more inclined to search the internet for inspiration or information about her art. Rather than cleaning the bathroom, she would go to her desk...

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The Power of Our Truths / Part 12

In the uncomfortable time of being in a reality shift, May had opened up to insights rather than seeking the comfort of her old thinking. She looked for inspiration and serendipity. Along the way, she read an anonymous quote that catapulted her forward. Writing the...

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Feeling Energy Shifts / Part 11

Walking the beach with her dog, May collected pieces of glass, feeling as sharp-edged as the broken bottles that had washed up on the sand. Restlessness had crept into the core of her being. Dissatisfaction was hovering. Doubts, as familiar as her favorite pair of...

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Our Tribes are Compelling / Part 10

It was the first day of spring, and May was on pins and needles as she made coffee in the early morning darkness. She checked the Weather Channel on her phone, hoping rain or wind had come in during the night. But Mother Nature was celebrating the day with sunshine...

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Finding Rituals to Guide Us / Part 9

May didn't really think of herself as wiccan, but she had long been fascinated by many aspects of modern paganism. For her, it was a way of connecting to nature. She especially loved the special nights when the moon was full and the sky was clear. Two weeks after her...

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