Every time I go with the consensus, I end up needing to course correct. It makes you think. Who defines normal? In my opinion it's those who are really unhappy with themselves because they are so busy worrying what others think that they have totally shut out their intuition. They are people inundated with "shoulds".… Continue reading Alignment


Victim Mentality

This is my 120# German Shepherd terrified to go eat because the 10# siamese cat wouldn't move. This is victim mentality. You over exaggerate the problem and allow it to hold you back from what you need to do to make your life better. While victimhood does serve a purpose shortly after the trauma, it's… Continue reading Victim Mentality


Have you ever noticed when you are looking at cars, you suddenly see the model your looking at everywhere? What if life is like that. What if you go through life thinking all you see is what you think you see. For instance. People who think their life is cursed, or that things will go… Continue reading Illusion

Where you look, your heart will follow…

"Where you look, your heart will follow". This is the most epic advice I ever heard from a yoga instructor. It is totally and completely true. Going through life, focusing on what sucks will just bring more of the same. If you don't like something don't do it, or at the very least don't dwell… Continue reading Where you look, your heart will follow…

What to doi

So after getting back in to the swing of things at work, it's clear that it's not where I want to be.  I can totally do the job, but it's defiantly not in my big picture.  The old annoyances and the pettiness is creeping back in. I would love to write full time, and I'd… Continue reading What to doi

Less can be more

I took a step back from all the spiritual stuff I was doing.  I felt that I was starting to take on too much and was missing the big picture.  Since stepping back, I've kept notes and realized a lot. Writing these daily blogs seemed to help the most of everything I was doing.  When… Continue reading Less can be more