One year later and Still there is a piece of my Heart missing. I didn't know I could continue on, when A part of me died. You were my brother aNd friend. You were so full of lifE. The days leading up to the one year anniversary have been full of nausea, anxiety and dread, during … Continue reading One Year Later
We are all interconnected and we are not alone. These are two indisputable facts. The need to sensationalize life on other planets and dimensions is antithetical, when the reality of life existing outside of this place we call Earth is common sense. To believe life doesn't exist on other planets/planes/dimensions or speculate it might, but … Continue reading Expanding Awareness
I lost an important person in my life due to a drug overdose on January 1st. Since then, I've been trying to pick up the pieces and put myself back together. I learned that under great stress, I leave my body. This is an old trick I first learned when I was three and sexually … Continue reading Grief…What a bitch.
I have considered myself a strong person - a warrior of sorts - for the challenges I have faced head-on in this lifetime and conquered. I preach love - for others, for creatures, for Her (Gaia, Sophia, Earth Mother), for plants, rocks and all sentient beings and for self. And yet I'm struggling with love … Continue reading Going Within
If there's one thing North America is plentiful in, it's beliefs. Western culture is right, Western religion is right and if you're considered a superpower, you have not only the right, but the duty to save the world in the name of peace. If you can't sense the sarcasm in my words, let me tell … Continue reading Skydiving Through the Clouds of Belief
When paying attention to triggers, it is helpful to remember the adage: "When you point a finger at someone else, there are three fingers pointing back at you." On the simplest level, this adage illustrates the dynamics of finger pointing; in order to point a finger, most will extend one finger forward, while placing the remaining … Continue reading Magelion Says, “He Who Points At Others Also Points At Himself.”
Like intuition, my blog posts will be more like puzzle pieces coming together than ideas laid out in chronological order. Over time, I've become quite comfortable letting my higher self guide me along my journey. Instead of leading me down a completely straight and uneventful path, I have been urged here and there, sometimes going … Continue reading Trust Yourself: Intuition & Neutrality
For most of my life, I sensed that not all was as it seemed. As a child, I quickly learned that to do as I was told made me "good" and to question or do things in a different way made me "not good." So, I learned early on to be good and to silence the … Continue reading Becoming Magelion