Posts by Niki

Missing In Action

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You may know me from my daily video series that I have been doing for the last 7 months. I recently gone off the radar around October. I find this to be a bit of a bad habit of mine. I start a project with gusto, and then life gets overwhelming and I take self out of the game. No difference here. As a light worker, I feel every part of my life so deeply. I love what I do so very much, but sometimes I get so overwhelmed. So let me explain where I have been and a little about my process: The last few months I have moved into a more stable home base. Those who know me, know that I was in a travel trailer for the last few years. My family and I decided to take a cross country journey to explore different parts of the United States.  After a year we were burnt out....

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My Daughter’s Past Life Memory

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So, yes, I am big into my spiritual practice, but I am still a skeptic until proven true of my own personal knowing. Last night rocked me to my core. Now, mind you, I have had “past life memories,” but if you ever had this experience they often feel like a dream or a figment of your imagination. After having them, my mind usually tries to discredit them in some way. So last night my daughter said somethings that were incredible. It was an ordinary night. Getting home from work, making dinner, then my husband suggested we go on a walk and have some ice cream. On the way home something felt different; weird, erie, like the veil was really thin. I was having weird thoughts. Kali (my daughter), who was walking with us, turns to me and says “Mommy,...

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“Spiritual Leaders” or Falsified Guru’s?

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   Lately I have been seeing a lot of new “Spiritual Leaders” popping up all over the place. I wanted to write this post with a word of caution. There are a lot of people who claim they “know the truth,” but before we follow blindly, we have to make sure we are centered and we go forth with discernment. These “leaders” are showing up everywhere from “spiritual” leaders, politicians, religious leaders, food gurus, readers, healers… Everywhere. So before we drink every Kool aid being served, we need to learn had to proceed with discernment. Not every talented speaker has the “greater good” in heart. A harsh lesson I had to learn early on in my process was the harsh reality that not every claimed...

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Completing a Marathon: Training for Life

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Last Sunday I completed something I didn’t imagine I would attempt. I ran a total of 26.2 miles in the course of 6 hours. For those who know me, I am usually more of the spiritual type, give me a marathon meditation weekend and I am all over it. But running a marathon? Ugh… Really? Now I am not a lady who is out of shape, with a husband who is a personal trainer I try to keep myself active, however running a marathon is a whole different ball game. So what did I learn over the course of these 6 months preparing and then finally completing my goal? Well, a whole lot actually. A spiritual journey through completing my first marathon. When I started my training, I did not have a specific reason why I wanted to try. I had been asked a couple times in the...

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Is your Inner Child Grumpy?

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What is the Inner Child? There is a place deep in your heart that is the home of a very pure voice. A place of dreams, play and wonder. Unfortunately, through years of “domestication” we learn that our creative childlike part of ourselves should “behave” a certain way, and we shut this part of ourselves down. Sometimes we are told our creativity isn’t creative enough, or we are told that we have to like certain things, or HAVE to be a certain way to be loved or not punished. Or even sometimes our parents weren’t able to take of us as children, or they were in so much pain that they couldn’t take of themselves, leaving you as a child to take care of them. This may leave you with. what I call, “The Wounded...

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