This past week I celebrated my birthday with all my wonderful friends—despite that is was a major holiday weekend. Much to my amazement, about forty of my “besties” came out to share in the festivities of becoming another year older. For me, birthdays are always a mixture of fun and self-reflection—a sort of personal “New
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WHAT IS A LIGHTWORKER?
A Lightworker helps others to understand and honor their lives as an expression of love, not fear, and to unlock their own divine potential. They are an inspiration to those around them by helping others discover what truly brings joy and meaning into their own lives.
A Lightworker is believed to have volunteered before birth for their current life purpose. As a Lightworker, special gifts from Spirit may have been given to them, such as heightened intuition and spiritual healing abilities. They have learned to follow their instincts even when it doesn’t always make sense or follow logic.
Thanksgiving is almost upon us—and what a wonderful inspiration for my topic today! This, of course, is the day you gather together with family or close friends, have a lovely dinner, and give thanks right before consuming a huge meal. Do you only give thanks once a year on this special holiday? If so, what
I just finished reading the most amazing book by Marianne Williamson called A Return to Love: Reflecting on the Principles of A Course in Miracles. Many of you may already be familiar with this book, but ironically, it’s how the book came to my attention that I want to share with you. I was going