Inner Child Valentine’s Reading 2019

My inner child was really excited to do her first video reading for you. She chose the cards and then shared her messages with me as they came up. The underlying message is deep self-love and self-acceptance. We used the Spirit Animal Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid, The Goddess Guidance Oracle by Doreen Virtue, and The Good Tarot by Colette Baron-Reid. Big Love, ~ Jenny <3

Your Inner Child Loves You

Your Inner Child is the part of you that keeps you tapped into the magic in life. She’ll be distracted by squirrels and kittens and butterflies in the middle of a supposedly serious moment. He connects you with the joy, enchantment and mystery at all times, and reminds you to look at life with innocence and freshness. She’ll show you the way to play when life feels challenging and stagnant, and demonstrate that a little mischief can lighten even the darkest moods. Your Inner Child helps you pinpoint your desires and the things that make your heart sing. He also guides you to what doesn’t feel good, because it hurts or frightens him. She teaches you to use your heart as a measure of resonance, Continue reading Your Inner Child Loves You

Inner Child Wisdom

Here’s something cool from my inner child. I was chatting with her last night in the bath, and wondered if anyone had ever loved her enough to ‘die for her’ (including me). She said, ‘that’s bullshit.’ Suddenly I felt the message loud and clear: Love yourself enough to be willing to LIVE for you! Really Live, with a capital L, out loud and completely! This gift of life we’ve been given is the most incredible gift imaginable, and the idea that it’s noble or an act of love to die for someone is part of the old distortions that we’re leaving behind. It’s not noble, and it’s not loving. It’s self-defeating because the real test is to thrive beyond the challenges and say, ‘check me Continue reading Inner Child Wisdom

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