Communication Diva Jennifer Swanson interviewed me for her 104th podcast: Raising Your Self-Awareness Breath by Breath: One Day at a Time. We had a great chat about the thirteen ways we can raise our self-awareness, from breathing consciously to taking a different route to get to work.
I expect that you too have heard stories that liken one drop of water existing in a vast ocean with the essence of a soul existing in the infinity of consciousness.
I have another story that runs along similar lines in which water stands for the energy of consciousness. I learned it this morning from my guides when I was waking up and still in the hypnopompic stage of sleeping (that’s when brief events occur between sleeping and waking). Let me tell it to you.
The week between Christmas Day on December 25th of one year and New Year’s Day on January 1st of the next is a week of great opportunities to reflect back and to plan forward, to review and to set goals.
I am always open to thinking about the importance of the seven major chakras of the body and to renew how I see them. This month, I have just finished reading Alberto Villoldo’s The Four Insights: Wisdom, Power, and Grace of the Earthkeepers. How did I not find this book earlier?
I sent out this press release to Vancouver media yesterday:
Vancouver, British Columbia, November 29, 2015—Local author Nina Shoroplova will be hiding 27 copies of her book Trust the Mystery: Questions, Quotes, and Quantum Wisdom in mysterious places around the lower mainland—one book for each day of Advent. She will start this on Sunday, November 29, the first day of Advent, the season leading up to Christmas.
These are “help yourself” copies on two counts because they’ll be “finders
And so, I can move on to think about the book launch(es), regular promotions, my next book, other people’s books that I’m editing, and vacationing.
Right now I’m in Europe on vacation. Today we fly from Bulgaria, where we’ve been visiting family, to Austria, a country that holds particular significance for both my husband and me. My father spent a year in Graz as town major after WWII. I spent my first holiday abroad in Austria learning to ski (not very well at that time).
A quote from page 141 of Deep Truth by Gregg Braden says “We are either the product of a random series of natural events or the result of an intentional and intelligent design.” I know which I choose.
Stand with me and the Nigerian girls: show the world we are #StrongerThan those who deny schoolgirls an education.
Malala Yousafzai is the same young Pakistani woman who has been nominated to receive a Nobel Peace Prize—”the first young person and first Pakistani to win this prize.”In her own words:
Today, I was honoured to learn I will receive the Nobel Peace Prize.