Monthly Archives: July 2013

Are you working so hard and getting absolutely nowhere? Here’s a tasty tip:

Ever feel like you are working so hard and getting absolutely nowhere? When you are working super hard for something and its still not showing up, there may be somewhere you are not willing to really receive the thing you are struggling over and fighting for, and even exhausting yourself about.

Here’s a tip to help you open up that receiving: Ok, well this tip isn’t actually tasty. I’m eating an apple and was compelled to write tasty. However, a helpful tip it is!

1. Feel yourself falling into your body and really occupying your body.

2. Feel your spirit legs in your body’s legs, your spirit arms in your body’s arms and so on. This may take a little practice if this is new to you or your first few times doing this. If you are someone that tends to float outside of, or just above the body more than actually in it, you might find this more difficult, but with practice this will happen more quickly for you.

3. Once you are in, just lean back. Yep,  lean back so it feels like the front of your body is not occupied. If you find this a bit difficult, just remind yourself that you are leaning back so that the universe has the room to gift to you, and you are leaning back in the trust of Source, the Universe, and all things that make the world go round!

4. Practice! Notice how different things can be when you go about your day like this. Is it easier to converse with people? Are people more attracted to you? Are some things showing up a bit easier for you?

Enjoy!

Kisses,
V

Family Members in the After-Life: Can they be your spirit guide?

Hi everyone!

I did a video on a common question I get asked a lot. Check it out!

Love ya!

Kisses,
~V

The Golden Mesh: Energy Tip

Hi everyone,

Check out this video I did on a quick and easy tip to clear your energy at the end of the day, or just whenever you feel you need it!

Thanks for watching!

Kisses,

V

Half-Empty/Half-Full, or Always Overflowing?

Did you know that when you choose something it actually becomes much easier to look at the positive side of things?

One of my friends is thinking of moving here, and I thought “Wow! that’s phenomenal – you get to enjoy a piece of paradise down here in south Fl! Good for you!” However – that was apparently my point of view. My friend was met with naysayers that live in the area deterring even the thought of a move. “I’m over it. There’s nothing to do here. It’s too hot here. It’s hard to meet people around here. There are no jobs.” These were just some of the tidbits of unsolicited advice. However, if you are around me for even 5 mins you’d hear “It’s so amazing here. Look at the beautiful sunset. That tree is gorgeous! It’s beautiful out! I love it here!” I said many of those things today, even in mid-the-world-is-gonna-end-thunderstorm/hurricane weather that even the alligators and snakes come out of hiding to run for cover.

As I sat and thought about this, I thought about living in CT. Growing up I felt so bored living there, and ughhh the winter! I felt like it wasn’t my choice to be there and I didn’t have the means to move. I was frustrated being stuck in the house on snowy days and I didn’t like being out in the cold at all. When I got into my mid 20’s though, I started to appreciate where I lived. I realized we were so to close to NYC, we could take all kinds of trips to different states pretty easily, we had mountains as well as beaches, there were a lot of corporate jobs and the pay was great, and its one of the richest states. So I chose to stay a little bit longer and enjoy my time there.

Do you like where you live? What would happen if you chose to live there, even if you told yourself it was just for a little while? Well what happened to me before I left CT was that almost every single weekend was a trip to somewhere I had never been. On nice days I soaked up the sun. On an autumn day I rolled in leaves. In the spring I danced in the rain and ran through the grass. In the winter – well I would like to say I shoveled but actually I stayed inside and killed some hot chocolate, pizza and snoozed to movie marathons. How would you start to look at things if you were actively choosing to live where you live? Would the days get brighter? Would you meet more interesting people?

I love it down here in south FL, although I will admit that its never easy to move somewhere completely new by yourself. My move would’ve been easier had there been a partner or friend moving with me. However, the point that I chose to be here is what gets me up in the morning, looking for new things to do, people to meet, and places to explore and expand my love for the area. I would dare to even say that I love it because I chose it. Everything is brighter, funnier, more beautiful and spectacular.  What’s really funny is that I thought people up north stayed in the house for 6 mos of the year because its cold and snowy or some other location/weather related excuse. To my amazement what I’ve found here is that a lot of people stay indoors too and it has nothing to do with the location or weather as I was originally convinced! That blows my mind! People are people no matter where you live. They stay inside in paradise and can complain about where they are living, or they jump into a pile of snow and laugh and giggle and enjoy where they are at.

What’s great about where you live? I believe that we are where we are for a reason and it suits us at the time. Are you allowing your location to suit you and be to your greatest benefit? Try saying “I’m choosing to live here until I choose to live somewhere else.” See what shows up!

Bountiful Kisses,

V