A Love Poem
Jan28

A Love Poem

by Dan Osarchuk It has been said that when we’re looking for love That we’re actually just seeking our own true self Just like a dog chasing its tail So I wanted to say to you… From the bottom of my heart… That you are my...

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A Song of Twin Flame Love that is Always Present

I was joined by Frank Roman Pace as he shared his song that he wrote for his twin flame, and he shared his journey of love, all of the emotions that go along with such an intensely rewarding relationship. We shared on the steps on the journey leading up to sharing love with your twin flame, all of the nuances of such a relationship and love. We also talked about Expressive Therapies and how all of the arts are great avenues for healing and connecting with your inner guide/voice/feelings to help with your relationships with yourself and others. There is so much more we discussed, very in depth...

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Every Day ~ James Taylor

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Marriage: Your Presence is Your Present to Each Other
Jan21

Marriage: Your Presence is Your Present to Each Other

I was browsing through YouTube videos a few nights ago and came across a couple that sparked something inside which I have felt guided to share with you. Usually, when I get a strong feeling, I tend to sit with it to see what is brewing within so I can know how to communicate with words to share with others. I believe that all we experience offers us continuous opportunities to learn about ourselves and share the insights that come with each other, therefore enhancing life for us all. Do I have your curiosity peaked now? 😉 It all started with the now famous video of the lady texting and falling into the water fountain in the Berkshire Mall. I was intrigued by this as I have been for a while now with the complete immersion in cell phones/texting/always being available for others, to the point of disconnecting us from our own essence, from being aware of all that is surrounding us in the moment. I even have a section in my book, You Find Your Soul Mate When You Let Go of Searching, about this very thing. After watching this video, I did a search on texting and found a couple videos of people who were texting during their wedding ceremony. One of the videos showed the groom interrupting the one who was marrying them just as they were about to be pronounced husband and wife. He then proceeded to pull out his cell phone and gave his wife’s cell phone to her so that they could both text/status update, something like this. Then he put the phones away and told the man he could continue. The only thing I found funny in this video was the man who was marrying them made jokes about those on Twitter and Facebook now know they are married, status update and all. Another video showed a woman taking out her cell phone, which she had in the front of her wedding dress, to text as the man who was marrying them discussed their relationship, “abiding in genuine love.” What I don’t find amusing in these videos is the lack of presence and the disconnection from personal connection as well as interaction. Have you ever heard someone, perhaps a child, mention that they are “bored” because they aren’t doing something? This is a serious problem if we are not feeling ourselves or teaching our young ones the importance of being present and how the present is a gift that we have, each moment offering SO much. We are shifting out of many old ways of being, loving and interacting in relationships, which...

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Our Stories Shape Us into Who We Are: Living More, Loving Deeper and Laughing Often

I had a special guest with me. Alexander Devereux is an Orator & Visionary who overcame epilepsy at birth, dyslexia, and poverty to graduate from college and become a highly successful professional. An ordained minister, he works in the administrative field of higher education. Devereux is at work on his second book, a follow-up to Gar Fish & Long Gravy. Alexander Devereux is the Spiritual Director and Founder of the Enlightenment Chapel, Inc. a ministry that provides spiritual services to the 80% of the American population that does not attend a religious organization. Growing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg, Miss., Alexander Devereux didn’t have much materially, but there was no lack of remarkable personalities around him — each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life. Gar Fish & Long Gravy: Memoirs of Southern Sensibility collects the stories, insight, tragedies, and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters. We shared on how our experiences and stories teach us about life and ourselves as they shape us into who we are...

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