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Views From A Muse

Thoughts, ramblings, observations, and occasional wisdom on topics related to hypnoisis, past life regressions, soul contracts and other things of this relam and beyond...

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Yes, You Can

Posted by [email protected] on August 23, 2018 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (46)
Views from a Muse August 23, 2018 Yes, You Can. Whatever you focus upon grows. Whatever. YOU. Focus On. Rockets into your reality. Having a bad day? Tell 3 of your friends AND the cashier at the gas station how lousy your day is and discover how much worse it will become. YOUR thoughts become YOUR reality. Some of us have become so skilled at believing others are so much more valuable than we are. Stop. You did not come here in this time and space on this planet to be anything less than extraordinary. You did not come here to be a neurosurgeon AND a gold star mechanic AND a CPA. Whatever makes your step lighter, your day happier, and your sleep more more of that. Utilize the skilled people in your life and allow them to bless you with their particular brand of expertise. Then go on and focus on your skill set. We all have lots of "to do"s" on our lists. How about making a list of "want to do"? or "I would like to do." Just for today...can you treat yourself with the love and respect you give to others? Just for today can you close your eyes...take a deep breath...and perhaps whisper quietly to yourself "I am the best me I can be today. Tomorrow I may be different, but for today, I accept the glorious, glittery, goodness of being me. Then fill your lungs and your heart with pure love and acceptance. Enjoy the moment. Enjoy and appreciate the "you"ness of YOU. It's okay. Go ahead and try it. Namaste

Do you feel safe enough to change?

Posted by [email protected] on August 9, 2018 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (0)
Views from a Muse August 9, 2018 Do you feel safe enough to change? The idea of change so often initiates a gut reaction, a fear based negative one. Even when the situation you are in is not ideal, you may still have a negative visceral reaction. As humans we are quick to adjust and adapt to the status quo. We adapt to office politics, cultural beliefs, and group consensus. Often we do it automatically because we want to blend into our environment. Some patterns and beliefs are deeply rooted in our childhood. Others are part of a family or employment expectations. Conformity begins almost from birth, certainly from the moment we become physically mobile. �??Be quiet�?� or �??Don�??t touch�?� or �??Hug Uncle Bernie�?� and �??Kiss Grandma goodbye.�?� Rarely as adults are we asked what our personal preference is. Imagine starting a new job and someone asking you where you would be most comfortable place to put your desk or even what type of chair best suits your comfort level. Can you remember back to childhood when you did not perform as the adults in charge expected? Many of us can still recall the feeling of disapproval Most of us wish to be accepted and appreciated. It seems easier to remain in the box, even if parts of your life feel like shoes that are a bit too tight. �??Go with the flow.�?� �??Don�??t make waves.�?� �??If it�??s not broken, don�??t fix it.�?� So many reasons to remain in the status quo. May I suggest a reason to break out of the box? Happiness. Contentment. Ease. Comfort. I could toss out lots of crazy ideas like �??Follow your Bliss�?� or �??Live Life to the Fullest.�?� Just for today, let�??s go gently into the unknown waters of change. Just for today imagine what it would feel like to do some small thing to accommodate yourself. What would that look like? A small change just to please yourself. Would you leave for work 15 minutes earlier to avoid the stress of rushing into the office? Would you leave for the office 15 minutes later, so you can savor a cup of coffee instead of gulping it down? A small change, just a recognition of you and your comfort level. What would it look like? How would it feel? I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Please feel free to comment below or pm me. Namaste.

What's Going On?

Posted by [email protected] on July 22, 2018 at 2:15 PM Comments comments (0)
Views from a Muse July 22, 2018 Whats going on? The song from Marvin Gaye is running through my mind. ???What???s going on???? He sings ???You know we've got to find a way To bring some lovin' here today???You know we've got to find a way To bring some understanding here today.??? I agree with those sentiments 1,000 percent. I just don???t know how to do it. I try to remain calm and positive in a time and place where voicing your opinion; regardless of the tone or lack of specific target far too frequently results in hate speech spewed from both strangers and friends. I am a passionate healer who sometimes finds it impossible to remain quiet in the face of vile ugliness. So often public attacks (as attackers sit safely behind a screen in todays social media world) are instantly ramped up to a level of spewing sticky, poisonous sludge. Without apparent provocation it appears socially acceptable to defame, condemn, and belittle complete strangers. I remain baffled. Did we always carry volcanic level anger inside and currently have the means to spew it out without fear of recrimination brought on by a complete lack of accountability? I am old enough to remember debate teams and spirited conversations among friend and neighbors as we struggled to understand a different point of view. Diversity was interesting, and the debates usually resulted in understanding the ways we are alike, even when at first it appeared we were completely different. I am grateful for the many points of view I have been exposed to in my lifetime. It absolutely makes me a better person. Spewing hateful, disrespectful, and demeaning personal attacks never crossed our minds back then. Possibly because it would not have been tolerated. Do we have things to be angry about both individually and collectively? Absolutely. The anger and lack of accountability for personal action makes me sad and well, yes???angry. Throwing rocks and sticks, burning buildings???and bridges, shouting profane and insulting comments will not resolve the issue. Just in case you did not know, what you think upon grows. What you focus soon becomes the only view in your environment. Be bigger than your emotions. Choose intellect. Choose wisdom. Choose kindness. One ugly word left unspoken may not change your world???but it might change mine.


Posted by [email protected] on May 6, 2018 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (0)
Views from a Muse 5-6-2018 Living in the now. Why is this such A challenge? Logically we only have this moment, this breath, this space we occupy. Later we may have more breath, a different space, a different reality. For now, all we have is now. I suppose we are trained to look at the future, from the time we are small children. �??You cannot have a cookie until after dinner.�?� We will go out to recess after spelling and math�?� What are your plans for college, for employment, for life?�?� Few of us would rise in the morning and go to work if it did not mean losing the ability to pay our bills. When it nears vacation time some of us view going to work as the vehicle with which we will pay for our vacation�?�before we return to work. Some of us spend the second half of our dreamed about and longed for vacation worrying about having to go back to work. We spend about 8 hours a day working, perhaps an additional two hours preparing for work and driving back and forth. That leaves 14 hours to do everything else. If we sleep for 8 hours (who sleeps for 8 hours?) that leaves 6 hours in the day for �??other stuff.�?� This week one of my spirit guides reminded me that time is an illusion. Then he admonished me about wasting time. I spoke with someone about my goals and plans and was asked �??When would be a good time to start that?�?� My response was "today." First i will breathe in and breathe out. As I have done since the moment i was born...but for right now Iwill close my eyes and breathe deeply into my belly. Several times. When I feel myself relaxing i will ignore the urge to get up and move about. Instead I will honor the breath and the relaxation I will spend a moment in gratitude just because I am in this moment. Namaste.

My life as an alchemist

Posted by [email protected] on January 12, 2017 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (49)
January 12, 2017 Views from a Muse My Life as an Alchemist Many of us conjure up images of a wizard with a long white beard hunched over a workbench with bottles and potions when we think of an alchemist. One who is thought to transform lead into gold. As luck would have it�?�in 2017, no special costumes are required. No potions or bunson type burners. I am an alchemist. I do not turn the physical material of lead into gold. I have a much more important mission. I transform the lead of fear; negativity, and lack into the gold of abundance; financial, spiritual, and physical well being. I have the complete joy of working with amazing people and assisting them to turn the lead in their lives into gold. There are many ways to improve your life and I incorporate many tools. I receive the blessings of alchemy in my life daily and I try to live my life every day with the attitude of gratitude as I remember I have only to ask, believe, and receive. This is my first �??view from a muse�?? in 2017 and I simply felt inspired as I ponder the many blessings already received in the first 12 days of this year. I wish each of you the greatest joys your hearts can hold in this splendid year. Please know that life is meant to be celebrated and fun. Yes, you can change a thought and change a feeling. Namaste.

Happy Thanksgiving

Posted by [email protected] on November 18, 2016 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)

November 24, 2016

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Happy Thanksgiving

This is the day we traditionally celebrate the beginning of our life in America. It has turned into Turkey and Football and Shopping. Those’s cool…but let’s talk about celebrating independence.

Are you feeling secure in your independence? Do you celebrate what makes you unique? Are you laughing as you read this wondering what the heck I am talking about independence when you are sweating over a 20 pound bird or trying to think over the sounds of cheers (or groans) from the television room?

You create your own reality dear ones. If you are not feeling happy and blessed and grateful this Thanksgiving…do something different. If you are feeling overcome with joy and gratitude and love this holiday season…do more of that. The choice may not be clear…but it is always yours. Namaste.


Holiday Prep

Posted by [email protected] on November 18, 2016 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (7)

November 23, 2016

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Holiday Prep

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the USA. We are all supposed to focus on our blessings before during and after stuffing ourselves with food. TODAY why not pay attention to the things that ARE NOT working in your life. Dig under the surface and find out what is really going on.

Do you feel unappreciated? Overworked? Stressed? Overwhelmed? Only YOU can change this dear one…will you? Will you take note of what is not working for you in your life today, tomorrow, and the day after?

Will you wander into 2017 dragging all the poor choices you drug into 2016? Ready to drop the baggage that no longer serves? No one can do it for you…but you can start making different choices today. It might be something you are grateful for the day before Thanksgiving next year.



Posted by [email protected] on November 18, 2016 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (0)

November 22, 2016

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We have all heard…People listen to respond, they do not listen to understand. Another cliché right? Is it? Do you? Listen to respond or Listen to understand? A good topic in the current climate in the United States.

Communication is tough. REAL listening is an art form, Just for today…try not responding for 30 seconds after the person you are in conversation with stops speaking. Count to 30 in your head if you must. Chances are the person you are speaking with will be a bit freaked out. We are so used to rapid fire speaking to switch to attentive listening is difficult. Try it, you might learn something. Blessings to you and yours!




Season of Stress

Posted by [email protected] on November 18, 2016 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)

November 21, 2016

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Season of STRESS

Can you hear it – the Holiday music that sounds like the stress of cash registers, long lines, pushy advertisements, and sugar cookies?

I won’t ask WHEN the season of giving became the season of over spending, over anxiety, over over over EVERYTHING! I doubt any of us can remember a time – in our adult lives – that it was any different.

The key word here is ADULT. We get to make choices – we choose our bedtime, our dinner menu, and our television viewing. We are in charge of individual choices. Are we REALLY choosing any more wisely than we did or would have as children?

You have a few more days before the treadmill actually accelerates under your feet launching you into the holiday season of STRESS. YOU can make a different choice this year, you really can. It may be unnerving or even uncomfortable but you can choose to slow down, take a few deep breaths and consider what really matters… Blessings to YOU.


Give me a BREAK

Posted by [email protected] on November 18, 2016 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (7)

November 20, 2016

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Give me a BREAK

Thanksgiving is a few days away – in America we stuff ourselves into a stupor and watch football for most of the day. Does the stress and pressure start when you see the ads insisting you begin buying presents at midnight on Thanksgiving Day or do you rush out – to avoid the rush – and begin shopping on Thanksgiving Day?

This Thanksgiving – why not start the day – perhaps before you get out of bed thinking about YOU. It might be the last chance you have between now and Christmas, to think about YOU. Then the gift buying frenzy begins, then the only thought is buying, wrapping, stressing over who will like what gift, and of course when/how will all this get paid for?

So take a few moments, when you can (again, I suggest before you get out of bed and the madness begins) and wonder what makes you happy? Not necessarily grateful, but just happy. What lights YOU up? Then make a resolution to do more of THAT…for you. You matter. Namaste