The Walking Wounded

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You don’t have to look too far to see the walking wounded; no farther than the mirror, really. I’m wounded, you’re wounded, we’re all wounded. That’s kind of the point of our existence. We incarnate here to grow as souls, in whatever way we’ve decided suits our highest needs. Our individual growth contributes to the collective growth, expanding the vibration of the planet, clearing away some of the old paradigm distortions that have held us in this dimension for millennia. Right now we have an opportunity to expand the consciousness of all of creation in a way that blasts us beyond any perceived limitations we may have accepted as the truth of our ‘reality.’ As each of us shifts the energetic blueprint of our individual Continue reading The Walking Wounded

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

Living in The Field of Dreams

The film ‘Field of Dreams,’ based on the novel ‘Shoeless Joe,’ by WP Kinsella, offers some seriously yummy food for thought. At first glance, it may feel too fantastical to be real; the idea that we could build a baseball field in the middle of Iowa and know that people will come to see (long-)dead guys play ball may seem like too much of a stretch to contemplate. On closer inspection, though, it’s full of hope, trust and enchantment that offers a beautiful alternative to the fear-based reality in which so many of us live. And it is completely within the realm of possibility if we choose to make it a part of our reality/belief systems. There’s all kinds of ‘practical’ wisdom that would tell Continue reading Living in The Field of Dreams

Emergence and Surrender

As we shift into spring (in the Northern Hemisphere), spring is on my mind. I wrote this post about spring and emergence as an act of surrender. You can read it on OM Times’ website here: Emergence as an Act of Surrender. Big Love, ~ Jenny  

I Think I Love Me (so what am I so afraid of ?)

As you know, I have a thing about songs and films inspiring posts from time to time. Today is another example of that – this song (somewhat annoyingly) has been running through my head for two days. I knew on this morning’s walk that it was time to write about it. (David Cassidy ‘I think I love You’ from YouTube). Since January, I’ve been on what I call a ‘self-love-apalooza,’ which has involved delving into some extreme self-love and self-care rituals. As always, when faced with deep reflections of my own worth and what that means in the face of Love, it hasn’t been easy. The past few days have been extra hard, and hence the song. ‘I think I love you, so what am Continue reading I Think I Love Me (so what am I so afraid of ?)