An Exploration of Passion

Happy March! I’m back to making videos after a two-week hiatus to rest and recover some energy. I’ve been enjoying dog walks and wintry weather. I had a conversation the other day about passion, and had a realisation that I wanted to capture. Big Love, ~ Jenny <3

Patience and Growth

I had some messages from the trees today, and wanted to share them with you. The process of growth is one of surrender – the action involved IS surrender. That may feel counterintuitive, because it doesn’t feel like an action from our 3rd Dimensional understanding of it. In a state of surrender, receptivity is enhanced and amplified, which results in organic growth that is aligned with all external factors. Take for instance, a year in which the climate and other factors are not ideal for a tree. It maintains and preserves its energy for its own growth, and produces fewer flowers, seeds or fruits. In years with perfect conditions, it might produce an abundance. Surrender is inherent in trust. To trust that you will intuitively Continue reading Patience and Growth

Trust: The Return to Innocence

There is so much magic in reconnecting with our integral selves. It’s so easy to lose sight of our core truths along the way, as we set them aside or don masks to be other things for other people, or perhaps to ‘fit in.’ One of the most painful things to lose sight of is trust, which is a state of innocent surrender. It involves detaching from what we believe our needs to be and allowing for what IS to flow. Knowing that as each new desire arises, it will be met with brilliant and abundant fulfilment. There’s a Divine patience in Trust, because it crosses boundaries of space and time. There’s no need to rush the things we desire, because with Trust they’re delivered Continue reading Trust: The Return to Innocence

What Comedy Taught Me About Alignment

I am a HUGE goof – I love to laugh, play pranks, play games, ask silly questions, and overall just enjoy the child-like awe and wonder of being alive. My sense of humour might not suit everyone, but it sure keeps me and my inner child enormously entertained. Lately, though, I haven’t been feeling in alignment with that joy, not in the way that I truly want to. I’ve felt a bit like I was going through the motions of living, enjoying snippets here and there, but not feeling altogether satisfied with the big picture. I came to discover that a huge part of this was related to the fact that I wasn’t honouring the goofy side of me in everything I do, including my Continue reading What Comedy Taught Me About Alignment