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Good Morning. No, Great Morning!

Published March 31, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

Sitting here listening to Hay House Radio.  The window shades are up and the sun is gleaming through the window and into my face.  It feels so energizing.  I am excited for the weather to make its turn, so I can start walking again.  I miss nature.  It’s been a pretty cold winter so I have been tapping into my weather archetype which is that of palm trees, warm wind and many shades of green.  Palm trees

I am looking forward to today.  It’s a regular old Tuesday at the office which means I will have plenty of time to stay present and mindful.  I will have plenty of time to pay attention to the messages from my spiritual team.  I clearly received validation yesterday that I am on the right path.

After completing the blog Thank You, All You Bloggers I went to work, I had just walked through the door when my sister called to tell me my horoscope, something she has never done before.  This horoscope essentially said that I had a message to get out there and to continue on the path I am on and the message will be received.

Can you say validation?  I felt the vibration of the whole synchronistic moment for several minutes after hanging up the phone.

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Thank You, All You Blogsters

Published March 30, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

Good morning all you amazing blogsters.  I felt compelled to come in and simply offer a good morning to you all, with much love and adoration.  May we all recognize ourselves for what we are and that is giving beings willing to share our lives in the hopes to somehow make a difference to someone, somewhere.

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That is the beauty of the internet.  Sometimes we feel really small in the world.  Sometimes we wonder how we can possible make a difference from our tiny little corner of the world.  That is where the internet comes in pretty handy.  We have the ability to lift a person up who we’ve never met.  We have the ability to commit random acts of kindness with our words to anywhere in the world.

Get up right now and take a look in the mirror and really appreciate the goodness you see.  We are all changing the world one person at a time.  That person being ourselves.  Express your love and appreciation for you!  Because you are making a difference just by being you.

It was brought to my attention this weekend that the greatest service any of us can offer the world is that of living a conscious, loving life.  I also learned that I am responsible for the vibration I emit, therefore, I choose to be vibrationally high, emitting only loving, kindness.

Be Blessed and Be a Blessing

Michele

Working with Archetypes

Published March 29, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

This past week I was listening to Davidji on Hay House Radio and learned about archetypes.  I have heard of this before but no one explained it like Davidji.

Archetypes as Davidji so simply put it are symbols, animals, or people living or dead that represent a certain characteristic that you would like to possess in yourself.  The archetype can be anything at all that carries a character trait that you or I would love to see in ourselves.  It is important to know that when choosing your archetype you don’t have to admire everything about your archetype, only the one strong characteristic that is true to you.

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From left to right my archetypes are;

Jillian Michaels:  I do not like everything about the way Jillian approaches weight loss but she is my archetype for health and fitness because she is amazingly fit, strong and disciplined.  Something I definitely want to see in myself.

Oprah Winfrey: Oprah is an amazing platform for spiritual enlightenment.  Something I strive to be for those in my life.

Elephants:  There are so many wonderful qualities that elephants possess therefore I decided to add them twice.  They are loyal, kind, caring, loving, strong, and intelligent.  Therefore I am surrounded by elephants because I can draw from their beauty in almost every situation.

Deepak Chopra:  Being that Deepak has taught me so much throughout my spiritual path it is not unusual that I would add him.  He is an amazing author and visionary.  Two aspects that I long for in my life, I will be sure to call upon whenever I need them.

Eckhart Tolle:  My inner spiritual teacher.  Eckhart helps me stay in alignment with my inner being.  Eckhart is essential when around family a lot of the time.  When the vibration is heavy I simply call upon my inner Eckart to help me to stay in the present moment.  He allows me to be at peace in any situation.

Louise Hay:  This woman is amazing.  I could only be so lucky to posses even a small amount of her strength, and wisdom.  She is brilliant, empowering, and ageless.  Louise is my inner Goddess.

My husband, Roger and my dog, Sandie:  Both are a force of unconditional love.  This is how they love me and this is how I love them.  Whenever I need to tap into that source of love I can easily draw upon their love and allow it to flow through me.

Elephants again:  For their memory.  I call upon their strength and focus when I need my memory to come through for me.

Bucky Cappione:  He is an amazing man, I call boss.  He is eighty-seven years old and is more vital than most men sixty years younger than he.  He is amazing with money and is able to expand his finances without any effort at all.  He has perfected it to the point that his money is multiplying as he sleeps.  He is my archetype for money and vitality.

My Mom, Shirley:  The most giving woman in the world.  I could only hope to be half the angel in the lives around me as she has been to those around.

Joel Osteen:  Joel is an amazing teacher and motivator.  Back before I even knew what spirituality was Joel opened the door for me to love myself.  God could not have picked a better man to spread the His word.  It was through Joel that I learned that nothing I could ever do could cause God to turn his back on me.  He is my archetype for loving kindness and for motivating others.  Joel promotes self-love, the love for others, and the love for God.  In short Joel promotes Love.

Finally, my dad, George:  This man has instilled in me, strength, leadership, and respect.  I am a walking replica of my father and for that I am truly blessed.  I am treated with respect and dignity, always.

So, there you have it.  These are my archetypes.  It was fun putting the picture together and exploring the different aspects of my life where an archetype was needed.  I draw great strength from all of them, in different areas of my life.  I am blessed to have them as a part of me. and to have the knowledge that I am able to call upon them whenever I am in need.

I am off to listen to Hay House Radio, my new passion.

Be Blessed and Be a Blessing

Michele ❤

My Latest Vision Board ♥

Published March 23, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

Here is my latest vision board.  This board represents spiritual growth and being involved in the spiritual community.  I would love nothing more than to be a part of the Hay House family, and move to a warmer climate.  Carlsbad, California is where The Chopra Center avision boardnd Hay House Publications are located, the reason for picking that area.

I have had some great results come from my vision boards.  I am looking forward to taking this intention all the way.

I am ready to make a big move in my life.

I am ready to move to an area of the world where there are people on the same vibration as me.

God?

Published March 2, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

It’s been a while since I have actually posted a blog, and since there have been some things swimming around in that mind of mine, I figured I would release them to the blogosphere.

So here it goes.  I was born and raised a Catholic.  I spent six years in Catholic school and my family are still Church going Catholics to this day.  As for me, well, I have different beliefs as an adult.  Don’t get me wrong the six years I spent in Catholic school were the best.  I remember the sticky rice and thick bread we had for lunch.  Oh and lets not forget the bagged milk.  Ahhh the memories.

I loved the nuns and singing in Church.  I loved the togetherness I felt going there but I don’t actually recall obsorbing much knowledge about God and the bible except that most of what I did would probably land me in hell one day.  I knew I was a sinner so it was just something I accepted.

I spent several years of my young life in Church two and three times a week.  I have fulfilled my Church going for a life time, in my opinion.  I do not look down at people who believe in the bible or going to Church.   Our beliefs are our own and each person’s belief is their truth.  There are so many different ways to worship.  There is no right one.  They are all right.

If I could explain my views on God to my family I would say, to me, God is everything.  God is the universe and when I speak of the Universe I speak of God.  God lives within us all and to worship God, to me is to worship myself.  I personally do not believe that God can be contained in the skin of man.  I believe that deity was created because most people need to have something physical to focus on.  It is a representation of what God is but not who He is.  As far as the bible is concerned it was written by man, so I have my doubts there.   And frankly, my God is a loving God.  A lot of the stories in the bible just do not represent what God is to me.

God is the all seeing, all knowing force that created the world.  God is the trees just before winter as they die and those same trees as they find life again in the spring.  God is inanimate and ever moving.  God is the life force within us all and that which connects us all.  God is indescribable.

Just know this, everything is life is based on reciprocity.  Whatever you give you get.  If you want to worship the Universe/God do right by yourself and all the people you come in contact with.  Be responsible for the vibration you give off to the world.  Love is the creation of all things so just love your way through life and you cant go wrong.

So in conclusion, I would say to my family.  I know we don’t see eye to eye on this subject but we are all about love, so lets just agree that we are different and love each other, be a family and move forward.  No judgments on either side.  🙂

Three Months Post Op

Published March 2, 2015 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

I just wanted to post a quick update.  It’s a little over three months since my surgery and I am doing fabulously.  I am happier than, I think I have ever been.

I hope everyone out there is feeling good and living life slowly and purposefully.  There is no better way.

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