The power to change our karma

I’ve been dealing a lot lately with people who owe me something that I loaned to them with love. I’ve been trying to get it back, because too much time has passed. In response, I’ve been ignored, unfriended, blocked on Facebook, and my household has been the recipient of psychic attacks (be they deliberate or … Continue reading The power to change our karma

May you be surrounded by kindness

How does it feel when you are treated with kindness? When you receive help carrying your things, a smile from a stranger, a thoughtful gesture from a loved one, patience when you need it...? Continue reading this post here.

Right versus wrong use of power

In some mystery teachings, students were required to open their hearts and shed their egos before they were permitted to have occult powers. This system ensured that, when the individual did gain special abilities, these would be used rightly—for the right reasons, at the right times, and only when necessary. Continue reading this post here.

Stop. (Don’t) look. (Just) listen. To your heart.

I spoke with a friend recently. She was coming out of a period of upset. She’s a significant healer, fellow wisdom teacher, and purely loving being. She’s here in our world for the purpose of helping us. She often works in the background, quietly removing unpleasant energies and sending waves of love, clarity, and harmony … Continue reading Stop. (Don’t) look. (Just) listen. To your heart.

If we have a lifeline to offer, then let’s toss it

"No one likes a complainer." We hear this statement often, and indeed the energy of a true complainer is icky. I recently heard this statement though from one of the "success gurus": someone who made themselves very wealthy and was telling people how they, too, may become successful. Basically, the person said this: Life owes … Continue reading If we have a lifeline to offer, then let’s toss it

7 Spiritual Reasons Why People Are Mean

At 6:48am one morning, my phone received a text message.  Reading it, my heart hurt immediately; I could feel the depth of hurt that had generated this question: "Jen, why are people so mean?" I wondered what had already happened in my friend's day to make her ask such a thing. Continue reading.