Self Love

Healing Shades of Self- Destructiveness

Healing Shades of Self- Destructiveness

I didn’t realize how self-destructive I was.

I ate organic whole foods, drank filtered water and exercised. I detoxed my body regularly and consulted naturopathic doctors for serious medical issues. The only harmful substance I used was processed sugar.

I cut ties with toxic people in my life while surrounding myself with kind, loving ones. I sought avenues to express my heart’s desires, relieve stress, manifest my dreams, and connect with nature.

I meditated ALOT, shared my love with the world and dedicated my life for the last 26 years to become a spiritual master.

How in the name of all things holy could I have possibly been self destructive?

Self-Love Requires Self-Knowledge

Self-Love Requires Self-Knowledge

“We cannot appreciate what we don’t know” -The Seer Almine

One recent Sunday morning, I was walking my housemate’s dogs.
Right before we left the driveway, I flashed on something a dog client had once said to me about another dog she lived with, (yes, I said dog client and yes, I did say ‘she said’-I am an animal communicator). This dog said that the dog she lived with, “doesn’t know who she is” as in she didn’t know herself and therefore was not very empowered.