As you start to shop for the holidays, get people meaningful gifts. How do you figure out what that will be? I'll tell you.
This is just a short post to say: Happy Solstice Eve Day. Love, the Lightworkers. The following photos were taken at 2:37pm EST on December 20, 2017. I had just awoken from downloading another influx of light, when the Sun flared at me. When this happens, it’s often a communication from Father Sun, and I … Continue reading With Love, from the Light
"If you have put God outside of you, [then] there’s nothing in you. And that’s why you’re suffering." The quote above was given to us by Yogi Bhajan, one of the yogic masters who taught us that we ourselves are God (or Source, or the Divine, or your personal preference for this concept). Continue reading … Continue reading The ecstasy within you
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
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.
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.
When I was required to be in isolation for a long period of time, I had nearly no contact with people. I was alone with myself, with the spirit world above us, and with the natural world around me. It was a time when my friends were almost entirely invisible (the Masters, the Archangels, or … Continue reading Finding friendship in nature
"Let him who would move the world, first move himself." ~ Socrates I first encountered this quote during the training to become a Teacher of Kundalini Yoga, and so I equate it with Yogi Bhajan. Today marks the anniversary of the day he transitioned out of his life on Earth; I suppose this is why … Continue reading What’s “Step 1”?
Fires are burning the west coast of North America. Floods are drowning the south coast. Winds are destroying the east coast and Caribbean. Continue reading this post here.
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.
"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
Yogi Bhajan always told his students that he intended to make them ten times greater than he was. And that if he didn't accomplish this feat then he would consider that he had failed. This was impressive because Yogi Bhajan was a genuine Master. He had mastered the complex branch of yoga that is Kundalini … Continue reading The true purpose of the “teacher-student” dynamic
I sit in my new favorite place, my window seat. And all is quiet around me, save for the sounds coming from outside. The window is open two inches; enough for me to be part of the world. To watch it from my perch, two stories up, and hidden behind glass. I observe. Continue reading.
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.