The Greek gods and goddesses were powerful, but not always well-behaved. Their stories teach us about our own weaknesses and strengths. Whether or not you believe they walked on Earth, the gods and goddesses of mythology are very real entities that can be called upon for advice. Our class tomorrow night is about the Goddess Athena, goddess of wisdom and war. She brings a lesson, not of senseless fighting, but of confidence, strength and intelligent thought. Join us to learn about this powerful goddess who teaches us to build our inner strength and confidence so that we do not need to engage in petty squabbles. This class will be at 7:00pm on Thursday August 31st. See you there!
The dominant view of our world is that the heart and brain should function separately. This is why we feel free to engage in wars and senseless arguments that only serve to further separate us. Our "victories" give us a quick high like a sugary treat, but soon, the high fades and we are empty and again spoiling for another fight. When we engage our heart and brain together, we speak truth, but our words have a higher frequency that unites rather than divides us. We access wisdom, rather than mere facts or emotions. If you were doing research, you would not read only one book or article to complete your project. You would gather references from as many sources...
I find that the more in touch I am with my Angels, the easier it is to make decisions. We have been trained to make decisions from the logical brain. This is a wise thing to do, especially when it involves things like safely crossing the street or balancing your checkbook. You do have another […]
Knowledge is the acquisition of information that you didn’t have before. It empowers you to make better decisions that serve your highest good. When in doubt, seek it out! If someone tells you something and it doesn’t sound right, then do your own research. Do not blindly accept the words of another, even if they […]