We’ve all seen examples of channels such as Kryon and Abraham-Hicks, but it seems more and more people are tuning into their own guidance each day, accessing the Universal mind in their daily activities. This might lead to the question, ‘how do I know if I’m channelling?’ While it seems like a strange question, channelling can be a very uncertain and unsettling thing, especially the first few times it happens. You might just think you heard or read the information somewhere, or that you made…Continue
Have you ever been asked ‘what are you worth?’ That may be the most insulting and potentially dangerous question one person can ask of another. Insulting because it engenders in the questionee a need to search for the response in terms of monetary value. It suggests the questioner is seeking some affirmation of their own superior worth, which automatically turns it into a competition, at least in their mind. Dangerous because it sets the thought process in motion that a random external…Continue
Risk is a big word, considering it’s only four letters long. And it involves a big leap of faith, requiring, perhaps, that you put aside what you may have seen as a safety net for the promise of a potentially more soul-aligned or abundant future. After taking the steps, making the changes, what then? That’s where the true test of faith begins, because that is the eleventh hour, that time between action and desired result, the time when it feels some days like you’re literally balancing on…Continue
Added by Jenny Griffin on February 10, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
(This post came about in a strange way. I was watching an episode of ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ one evening and at one point the vicar said, ‘…debt is sinful…’ I got to thinking about this and wondering where the sin of it was, feeling instead that the root of the need for debt is something that needs to be healed. I was guided to pull some tarot cards to see what they said. Suddenly it dawned on me, that the 7 deadly sins have caused so much stress and fear throughout the centuries, and that I…Continue
What better subject to start a new year than failure? As strange as it seems to me, that is what the energy around me has been suggesting, and who am I to argue? There has been something in the air, asking me to question old beliefs about failure, look for new definitions or seek out different perspectives. Failure is a complex thing. It is not as simple as some would suggest, ie, if you’re not a winner, then you’ve lost, or if you haven’t succeeded, then you’ve failed. There are so many…Continue
There are so many conflicting ideas about the meaning of the changes that are coming as a result of the Shift, the end of the Mayan calendar, the Solstice of December 21, 2012, but one thing seems constant: love. The changes are moving us towards a more loving and accepting perspective, where we can embrace each others’ journeys and perspectives without judgement, and gracefully accept the choices of others as true for them. The idea is that through coming to a more loving view of ourselves,…Continue
It’s okay to visit once in a while, but setting up house? Not a good idea. Not only is it hard to live there, but it’s even harder to leave. You can’t sell a house in Victimhood, it’s a neighbourhood filled with abandoned homes and abandoned dreams.
Victimhood saps us of our personal power and allows us to stop taking responsibility for ourselves and the path we walk. It turns us into people who expect others to care for us because somewhere along the way we’ve lost the knowledge of…Continue
From an early age we are sent off, lunchboxes in hand, to institutions of learning where we are taught the things our parents and elders feel will make us ‘good citizens’ and ‘proper people.’ Somewhere along the way we start to forget that learning is inherent to each of us, and that everythingis our teacher. We put aside our own knowing for the accepted version of events that is presented to us in a more formal setting, and we begin to trust that above ourselves. This post is in…Continue
For me, walking is meditation. I walk and walk and my mind goes blissfully blank, and then it starts to fill with all kinds of inspiration and ideas. A couple of weeks ago, I was happily walking in the New Forest, a place filled with incredible scenery and ancient energy. Imagine my surprise when I passed a huge dead tree and realised my next post would be about death.
Even after that initial revelation, it hasn’t fallen easily into place. Something was missing, pieces here…Continue
Added by Jenny Griffin on February 21, 2012 at 5:05am — No Comments
In the past few months I’ve been moved to revelations by some of the most random and potentially non-enlightening things.
The first one was a sign in my cousin’s home which read, ‘What if the Hokey Cokey Really is…Continue
Added by Jenny Griffin on January 20, 2012 at 10:48am — No Comments