Tuesday, December 18, 2018


What from your life has given you your greatest life’s message?  

What answers did you acquire in your own problem-solving to prompt more curiosity within your own life? 

Is there something your parents said to you growing up that seemed cliché that you did not understand? 

Perhaps you were told something and blew it off as ‘random-in-passing’ comments that didn’t have any significance at the time, what comments have you repeatedly ignored?

What can you remember that has repeated as an event in your life? 

How much awareness do you have to understand exactly what that is and what it provides in terms of a life’s message today?

Okay, so I am asking you many questions, but I will be providing a very insightful answer to all of the above in terms of having you reflect upon your own life.

How? Answer these questions and then look at your answers. Your answers will prompt more questions and those questions that you ask of yourself will provide even more answers than you bargained for.

For those of you who have avidly followed my story, you know that my mother’s twenty-six year battle with Alzheimer’s disease has brought up many questions. My entire life’s journey has been answering questions to her disease in terms of mind-body healing and mastering the art of understanding the compartmentalization of how the brain works specifically with the rest of one’s ‘being’ as much as ‘doing.’

But let's take neuroscience completely out of this, and get it back to the human relations aspect of everyday questions and answers. 

It all answered questions to my purpose, my quest and above all, the ability to heal others through her sacrifice, because it put me in the position to do what I do. 

While I had answered the biggest question she would ask, “Who are you?” in every context through introspection, spirituality, cerebrally/psychologically, emotionally, physically, culturally, generationally, geographically, behavioral and past lives I have lived in various time periods, and multilevel depths soulfully twenty-two layers beyond the ethers of empath lightworker connection, I would be foolish to believe that was the only question that needed to be answered through said excavation. That isn’t enough work to do, granted it’s a lot, but when left to ask upon believing I was done, the Universe laughs and says, ‘Oh, you’re just beginning. But wait, there’s more….’ 

I state this for those of you actively working on your continuous ‘work in progress’ pathway of being and becoming, for your own individual footwork.  It doesn't matter if you are a fellow therapist, coach or metaphysical healer or a gardener, plumber or construction worker,  many of you may have halted your own progress believing that you are ‘done.’  Let me shed some obvious light, you are never done.  All of us humans do something with a beginning, middle and end completion manifestation process to what we do with our jobs/careers in order to give us an end-zone, but in life there is no end-zone, there is always more work to do. This continuous process of discovery is an endless and infinite loop and that is what makes life beautiful. 

Many of my clients believe they are ‘done’ with their work when they graduate after reaching certain summits.  While that may be true for said goal, the real work begins when they understand they’ve only just begun to open up a floodgate/gateway to what else they can discover in learning about their pathway. The work never ends if you continue to have a thirst for life and learning.  But that is up to you. 

So I encourage you to think about your life, your teachers, your parents, your friends, your family, your neighbors, your co-workers and even random strangers who challenge you daily providing answers to questions you did not know to ask.  I also want you to ask the questions of yourself from said encounters as to what it means in terms of what continuous work you need to do.  

For example, ‘why did you not find a particular item at the grocery store?’ and why did the Universe force you to go to three other places to find it?   It may seem like a random benign thing or a life inconvenience, but I will tell you that it is NOT an accident – you were being asked to SEE something, and in turn it was revealing to you exactly what you needed to hear/see or experience at the time.  Maybe it was to reinforce your own determination or tenacity to see something through, that you are not doing in other areas of your life.  Maybe you were supposed to change your environment deliberately to notice something else you wouldn’t have noticed otherwise.  You get the picture. 

Your everyday experiences are something you may blow off as just life. But it is not – it is life lessons beyond the lesson, it is the comprehension you have for your every move, step, action, word, emotion, encounter and consequence.  Every single thing has a purpose, and not just in your life but in another person's, too.  

In a few past blogs I’ve talked about traffic delays, car or computer problems and how these things are not random either.  They are designed to either slow you down or get you to learn something you did not learn before or even be significant in a time delay in order for you to take that phone call or be somewhere else that you wouldn’t been otherwise without said event happening in your life. 

Think about if one random inconvenience did not happen, how would that have changed the course of where you are now?  Maybe you wouldn’t have had the pathway you have now.
People believe a tough road is a bad thing.  But if you’ve emerged from it, you gained ten-fold something you wouldn’t have, had you never walked through the experience.  Every challenge, which presents itself big or even what appears to be petty/small and frustrating like a splinter has a purpose.  A ten second pause in your life or ten hours or months, is ultimately for YOUR PURPOSE.  Sometimes life has to catch up to you to thrive. 

Sometimes you need to stop in your own tracks to appreciate where you’ve been to thrive.  Other times, you are being asked by the Universe to look beyond the obvious to see something you’ve been too busy to see or blind to see or cluttered to see because you haven’t cleared your own pathway. 

When we get to the place of understanding that all events are blessings, even in disguise, we grow that much more, learning something new, prompting new answers and of course new questions. Though it may seem cyclical, it really isn’t cyclical at all… it’s an upward spiral to your own escalation of connecting to your own higher consciousness to be enlightened in a way that would not have ever occurred before, but now has. 
It is in these moments we can be grateful and rest peacefully in the answers or get ignited by new questions and find balance in being in both areas and say THANK YOU.