I haven’t done a book review here on the blog before, but I enjoyed this book so much that I couldn’t not. And i enjoyed the book review process too.. so maybe more coming soon too? What do you think?!!
Title: Dying to be Me
Author: Anita Moorjani
Published: Hay House, 2012
The book in Essence
Have you ever wondered if there was an ‘after-life’, whether God or a form of Divinity exists… if you have I urge you to read this story by Anita Moorjani, for once you have, I doubt you’ll have too many doubts about the existence of what lays beyond this life. Continue reading →
Over the past few months I have immersed myself in written and spoken words related to A Course in Miracles, mostly words by the wonderful student and teacher of the Course, Marianne Williamson.
I was honoured to see her speak last year, and while I had read part of her book A Return to Love years before, I’m reading it now with fresh eyes, and devouring all the wisdom she has to offer.
She talks a lot about Miracles being a shift in perception from fear to Love. She uses the language of the Course, which is written in traditional Christian language used in very untraditional ways. To be honest, these words resonate at the very core of who I am and I am loving it.
The Course talks about in every moment there are only two options: Love or fear. So you can choose to see, speak, act, remember or think through either of those lenses. It’s a choice and You are solely responsible, regardless of what is presented. Continue reading →
What if we ALL performed a Radical Act of Love. And by Radical, I mean just that. I really HUGE act or gesture which felt SO good you could bust. Which felt so freaking terrifying you felt your heart almost jumping out of your chest or you tummy about to implode? Which raised your vibration, and in doing so, raised the vibration of the collective in this beautiful place we live in?
The world needs this NOW.
Over the past few months there has been some big shifts for me. I attended a wonderful meditation retreat in my favorite place on earth, Byron Bay, late last year. While at the retreat I didn’t feel huge shifts, although I knew subtly things were changing. The week I returned I felt floaty, like I was in a dream until I heard the news about the Lebanon and Paris tragedies. Continue reading →
Last week I was talking to a girlfriend about an important decision she’d made recently. I was so proud of her for following her gut instinct. She had made a choice a few months go, tried it out, and over the following months something just didn’t feel right (hello: instinct) and so she changed her mind.
Awesome Girl, I say!
It sounds so simple doesn’t it.. Changing our minds. But often we are so consumed with outside influences – what’s supposedly right and wrong, what we believe people will think of our choice and what our choice says about us and the person we wish to be seen as – that it can be really confronting to challenge that noise and just follow our gut. Continue reading →