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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Turning January Blahs into Joys.

So, how is your family recovering from the holidays?
There is something I’ve always loved about January... the openness, the newness, the space to launch into anything...
And then I had kids and I was introduced to January blahs.
Have you ever noticed how in October everyone is excited about Halloween and then it turns to November and Christmas whisperings start.. it builds and builds... feeling like a cross between excitement and absolutely overwhelm. Finally, it ends with hysteria. I’ve always done my best to keep it calm and cool, but now that everyone is older they are on their own path. Christmas morning comes, I focus on keeping it chill, but everyone has their own processes, their own anticipation and then suddenly after all the build up... it’s done.
I watched my children eek out the holiday spirit through until New Years. We played, they goofed about and we had some amazing family time. Ours is a “downtime” themed holiday... soaking up the music, food and card game vibe.
But life proceeds... and now it’s back into our happy day to day life. No matter how long you keep the tree up, the energy shifts and suddenly, it just... well, I guess it just feels like January. I start pulling out my agenda, and my Leonie Dawson workbooks, I start feeling my way to the new path of 2017.
But everyone under 14 has a bit of a gap. With nothing “to look forward to.” There's some mood swings, some upset over little issues... really a sense of overwhelmed.
Ugh, my husband and I sigh with the whole thing. Culturally children have been told for three months of the year that there is happiness around the corner. 
But really, we all know that happiness is in the day.
Don’t get me wrong, my kids know this too. In fact, one of the things they all noticed during holidays was how the happiness was in the lightness and moment to moment play of each day. The prep had been empty promises, as the gifts and celebration had been hoopla for 15 minutes, it was the after play that really rung out in joy.
But January whispers to them otherwise. Although my boy loved his blocks and toys, and played with them during the week, now they sit on the shelf as he approaches each day with an energy of “now what?”
Outside is cold and stormy, there’s a restlessness progressing and each day he goes to sleep asking “what’s happening tomorrow?”
When a child is 2-3 they know the happiness of the moment, and anything outside of that is overwhelming. They welcome the end to celebrations and big deals. 
But, like our older children, we can also fall for the premise of happiness having to be found and built upon, can’t we? When do we learn to drop in the joy of the day like our babies? Do we pass the restlessness on to them? Do they learn it from us? Is our children’s restlessness a mirror of our own?

It is time to refocus. It is January after all, right? It is time to breathe in the moment and release the anticipation for a greater tomorrow. Let’s embrace a fantastic today.

This is why I extended my New Year sale on the Spiritual Kids course. (this is the last sale I'll be having in a while, everyone I work with keeps having a fit how cheap I offer it.) I think shifting the focus to creating spiritual foundation in our homes is the perfect solution to January blahs. It shifts it from “what is happening tomorrow?” to “What are we being today?” It turns our child’s focus from “What are others doing for me?” to “What can I create for myself?”
When we offer our children tools to find out what makes themselves jive, when we draw their attention to their emotions and their focus through activities and crafts, we help them feel their way to their inner truths, with fun and lightness. And in that vibration, we attune ourselves. They get to show up as themselves, their own individual essences, rather than the “child” who is waiting for the next holiday. Rather than a role, they can shine as themselves.
Roles follow us all and it’s time to break free of them.
Passing on spirituality has made me have to set aside my own sense of roles. I’ve had to show up as myself so I can encourage my kids to do the same.
It’s a wonderful circle pathway to embark on.
Life is fun; each day a seed to grow into a joyful experience. Each moment, we can choose our focus and we don’t need holidays, or events or even outings to create happiness in our lives.
Living in the present is the greatest gift we can give ourselves.
There was a great quote from Abraham Hicks the other day... it talked about cutting out the word "achieve" and "earn"... and replace with "allow".
We need to stop working towards happiness and allow it to be in the moment instead.

And now, I have to slip downstairs to help my son ice a cake we just made together.
Cake is always an extra bonus to a happy day.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

This is what happens when my daughter cuts my hair

You might have noticed I have a bit of a head of hair. I have to admit, I’ve always liked my hair, it’s full, it’s easy to manage, and as long as I don’t go too creative (I once layered, it was a disaster) it is friendly.
In fact, I’ll let you into a secret... I usually only cut it once a year.
Maybe longer.
I love going to a salon, but it’s one of those things I just never do. Another little fact you might not know about me is that I don’t drive.
Yeah, crazy... I know.
But when I was 16 I lived in downtown Montreal. There was no way I’d learn how to drive there and public transport was a good friend. Then I moved again and was in University, I didn’t want to spend the money to learn when I was studying... and then inspiration led me to my husband and he drove... I got to hold his hand... why would I learn then?
Also learning in the UK, well that sounded complicated. Then I had babies, I’d learn later on, when I wasn’t distracted easily... and so on, and so on. Now... well did I mention I get to hold his hand?
So if I want to get my haircut it turns into a big family venture. Arranging when to go, what everyone is doing while it’s done. It’s not worth it at the moment. It just never happens.
Well, I hit my year and a half point a few weeks ago. My bob had turned long... my ponytail was shabby. It was being uncooperative. It was time for the chop.
So, after our son was in bed (because I draw the line at a 7-year-old barber) I went into my girls’ room with scissors, and asked “Who’s up for it?”
Now I’d done this once before when they were younger... and it had gone fairly well. But then I’d been hesitant about my younger girl doing it. She wasn’t feeling very secure at the time, very focused... so I was a little nervous. However this time around when she asked if she could do it; I knew it was just what she needed.
You see, our second daughter, who’s only 10 months younger than her sister, still has often suffered from middle child insecurities. She’s sensitive and her sister usually hits milestones first. However, I’ve been watching her break free of that over this past year and it excites me. So, I handed the scissors over with ceremony. She was a little nervous, but you should have seen her face when it turned out perfectly even.
Sometimes, offering a little bit of trust mixed in with vulnerability is what our children need from us. When we show up and say “go for it.” And hand over the keys (Hahaha.... what will that day be like if I still haven’t learnt how to drive by then?) or the scissors.
Our girl who always wanted to be little is growing up, and by making that space for her to make mistakes, and then succeed, she is creating her place in this world, with certainty and self-knowledge.
This new year, I ordered the Shining Life and Biz workbooks from Leonie Dawson. Now if you haven’t heard of Leonie, you really should check her out. She’s an artist, author, a mother, and life coach who has put together an academy and these books to unleash each individual’s creativity and sense of self. She’s awesome... and a self-proclaimed Kooky Lady! Anyway, I bought myself the kit and the moment they arrived I knew my daughter should have the life book too. Our eldest didn’t want it, the kookiness didn’t speak to her soul so we got an affirmation colouring book for her instead, but our second daughter is lit up from the inside whenever she opens up the pages and colours in some of the suggested passions, interests or pursuits. It has asked her some self-defining questions and really made her question her goals, interests and her own spiritual connection. At 13, she’s becoming focused as who she is and how she wants to show up in the world.
Together, we’ve started filling in our workbooks and just spending some time together doing soul work. Yeah, we’ve done it before as you know from the Spiritual Kids course, but that was when she was a bit younger. Now she was ready for something a little different... something she doesn’t even show me.
We just sit there together.
So, what happens when I let my daughters cut my hair? It helps us both show up and shine. It creates self-confidence and fun. It reminds her that I trust her, that hair is just hair and grows so there’s little risk (my view anyway, definitely not a lot of women’s, I know) and that life is in the focus and the moment.

Happy New Year everyone!

Thursday, December 29, 2016

I missed the mark...but now it's time to Align and Shine!

I missed my mark...
I skipped a cue and I was a little disconnected....
I'm sorry... but it will be worth it.
See, the thing is, that for the past few months I’ve known a New Years challenge was something I really wanted to do, but because I was swarming in work and...well... it wasn’t new years eve yet, I came up with the processes in kind of a half minded way. I did it via the steps I’m “supposed” to follow, the way coaches do it and the “Embrace Feeling Good” challenge was created. But it hasn’t been resonating or coming together at all. In fact, I was supposed to get my filming done before Christmas break, and it hasn’t flowed yet.
What I love about my work is the fact that as I offer tools to be authentic to yourself, that means I have to use the tools to be authentic to myself. I don’t offer anything I don’t do myself. Everything we work on together, has to come from an inner calling... otherwise, it’s not spiritually aware, right?
Isn’t that the best cycle!
So, over the last couple of days I’ve been asking Spirit to flood the concept and really show me what it should be. What is really going to set 2017 up with a solid foundation of love? What is going to Feel Good... (like the original challenge concept) and yet, be about clearing space, feeling authentically true and feeling good because we are aligned to the highest versions of ourselves? How can we show up this year, with a basement of love, of relief and of honesty... honesty in ourselves and where we are?
So, it starts here... Honesty in myself.
I am shifting the challenge to a little different... now it’s not just about feeling good...
It’s about Showing up.
Showing up as Ourselves for 2017.
The truth is, the world is going through a lot of changes. It’s not about feeling fearful as we cross the threshold of the new year, sure world events and social media might have us think that’s the only way to be, but I believe it’s an important time to radiate out as much love as possible.
And there is no purer light than for you to show up as You. It’s not about looking at the dark parts of the world or the negative stories and talking about how you don’t like them, (which we can all fall into) rather just shining as you.... focusing on the positive light, shining it bright, telling the feeling better story and well... feeling good,  the perfect antidote for an uncertain time.
When we are all resonating as our truest, deepest versions of ourselves, unapologetically, knowing that we are connected to our Spiritual guides/God/Source/inner being... then that is how we create a better home, a better world and a happier life for all our family. It’s also the tools our children need to resonate as themselves too. We all need to support each other to have the courage to shine as Who We Really Are.
So, this is the new sense of a “challenge”... but rather than a “challenge”, let’s go back to the term New Years Intention... this is the intention for 2017. AND YOU CAN SIGN UP HERE!
And we’re starting with a strong foundation... a basement of knowing who we are... who we aren’t... and freeing ourselves to be the best Self... the best parent/partner/friend/person we can radiate as.
Sounds an intense calling for a video “intention”?
Not at all.... We’ll be doing it aligned and easy. A few exercises, a few videos, and sharing with each other on  FB... we’ll be laying the foundations for a good year where we can radiate. It will feel liberating, relieving... and clear. You’ll feel lighter, and ready to creating an amazing 2017.
I hope you join me... because this is going to be awesome... It’s going to Feel Awesome and its going to flow.
Because... you know, it just feels right.
Oh yeah, one last thing...
It felt right to put on a Boxing day special for the Spiritual Kids Course... a little illogical when you consider I’ve been offline basically for a week and I haven’t been able to talk about it or build it up. But it’s on for $97 until January 6th (instead of $147). I figure that most of the exercises are what I’ve used to start the New Years for my children over the years. There is something about going through the processes of exploring who we are and what we appreciate, how we find our inner selves and how to set a good attraction point in January that seems to bring a consciousness to home, and I wanted to make sure you had a chance to have that opportunity as well.
Again... it's felt good.
So... let’s be aligned together, and hold space for each other. Finding that quiet space within, connecting to that divinity within, and radiating the light from our deepest selves.
And then we’ll feel really good.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

All I want for the Holidays

You know what I want for Christmas this year?
I want fun.
I want to have a lightness to life and let it flow through my core. I want to giggle and to have belly laughs, like my son can still. I want to goof around, and be silly. It’s not like I stopped being silly on purpose, somewhere  I just thought I got too busy. But that’s ridiculous, isn’t it?
When people describe me, I often get “positive” and “cheerful” in the description... I think I once got “bubbly”... which I thought was kinda neat although... maybe a little concerning! But sometimes, I forget to let that feeling really drop. I forget to let the thoughts actually vibrate... well at a bubbly level. I think we all do this, we skim through life’s offerings ... never fully experiencing the feeling, which can make life kinda bland. It stops the belly laughs, really.
It’s like when I try to figure out if the presents I’m buying my kids are all fairly distributed, and rather than sitting down with pen and paper in hand to figure it out, I try to mentally think about that as well as everything else... the feeling space turns stressful, because it’s unfocused and unfelt. Rather than fun, because I could be really savouring the joy of giving.
 Mindfulness creates focus, but its circular, as it also comes with focus.
I had the most wondrous realisation the other day. I’m married to the love of my life. I dreamt of meeting him since I was 5, and now we’ve been married for 15 years. Woah! How did that happen? Not only that, but I’m a mom to my dream kids, and I get to come up with ways to pass on spirituality to them and share them with other parents, I get to talk practical spirituality and relationships and parenting with people all across the world daily. I get to write and express myself and I live in a world that I can share that in a click of a button. I get to show up as me. I need to let that sink in finally, rather than chasing it, because I haven’t actually realised it.

So often I talk with parents and they talk about being more present in their parenting, and I think coming to terms with this kind of realisation is a big key to that.
Look at what you’ve got, and decide to claim it. Let it sink in.
Appreciate the moment, and know it will change, and most likely get even better, but what you’ve put out for has come to this point, which will bring forth more asking. So, appreciate what you already have in front of you, and let your heart fill and your energy ground you to the floor in the awe of it all.
Because appreciation can be one of those skimming thoughts, can’t it?
We can list off what we have, like a grocery list, and check them off, almost scared that truly appreciating them, loving them to our core, will make us too vulnerable.
Oh, that’s deep, right?
Love makes us vulnerable.
I remember, when my husband and I first met, we felt so vulnerable, because we thought we could lose each other. We could almost feel ourselves pull back out of the fear of not having each other.
How many other things do we do that with? How much of life do we skim over, not wanting to drop into it completely for fear of missing it if it goes away?
So, what’s the point of this letter?
Well, in these darker days of winter, and as winter holidays approach, I want to encourage you to do two things...
Savour those in front of you and let the loving of them, fill you up from your toes. Don’t just make lists about being grateful for them, rather let yourself Feel the love of for each item on that list, let the list build, so you feel elated.
Second thing is, let any stress go and have some fun! It’s time to feel wonderful, it’s time to enjoy the little things, really enjoy them, and it’s time to embrace feeling good! And Live it up.
Imagine for one moment, if the vibration we collectively carried into the New Year was one of Joy.
What would that feel like as a community?
I guess we'll have to wait to see. 

Oh by the way, I’m working on a free video challenge to start the new year off in a feeling good place, I’ll be letting you know more details closer to the date, but I really hope you can join me.
 I think we should all go into 2017 feeling good about ourselves and our families. <3

Monday, December 12, 2016

Can I take over?

Sometimes, you just have to take over.
This past week, it turned to winter, and it turned early. My daughter hates the cold and we’ve been talking about going away for some of the winter since... well, since last spring.
But winter came early and travel plans, well, let’s just say I’m barely planning Christmas yet.
It’s been a hectic time and I’m looking forward to some chillin’ in pjs and play. I’m not thrilled about the snow that’s pelting outside, but I also know that everything happens for a reason. We have to trust that all is well and that life is flowing just as it should. For some reason we’re sitting here with our heating on full and our old draughty house fighting it back with all its might. For some reason, we’re as under prepared for winter as ever before.
Because we were planning a trip, you know. And winter is early.
Our son is just happy his cat is in the warm and he has an excuse to play inside and not have to go out. Our one daughter isn’t happy about it, but she’s making the best of it. She’s reading, doing her schoolwork and crafting a lot in her room. She wants an adventure, but she’s remembering how it works... we’re here for some reason, all is well, and the snow melts at some point.
But our eldest is the one who is restless. She wants excitement and travel and exploration and who can blame her. She wants to study on the road, to see things, witness things and live. And with that focus her room was becoming a sea of chaos, and she was becoming upset with it all. Nothing was flowing and apathy was settling in.
It starts with a tone usually, which triggers the idea that something is frustrating her. And then it sparks to later mornings, and too much screens. If I say something she says it makes her feel bad... I get it I do. I remember being in that space and not knowing how to get out.
There’s a line in the Jack Nicholson movie “As Good as it gets.” that I’ve always loved
“I’m drowning here and you’re describing the water!”
I’ve come to the conclusion it’s really easy to describe our children’s water that they feel they are drowning in and it’s that process that can really make them shut down.
Sometimes, we have to just give them a hand up, and offer them a rubber dingy.
Every so often I look at either of my teen daughters and ask “would you like me to take over your life?”
And usually, because I ask when life is obviously too much, they sigh and say “yes please.”
So, like today. I clean their room, warning I’m coming with a garbage bag so they should grab what they want before I get in.
I lay out a to-do list, so they have a clear idea where their time should be spent.
I make their meals, making sure they are eating what they should and drinking enough water.
And then I make sure I’m hanging with them a bit more than usual. I make sure that life lightens up. I take some time to sit and giggle while doing our nails.
Because let’s face it, sometimes it can all seem a little bit baffling and we’re not born with a life instruction manual to tell us how to organise what we need to do. As a child grows we seem to expect them to know more and more, when really, when I look at it, I need a planner and breakdown to figure out what I need to do each week... and I only realised that a couple of years ago.
When you are paving your own path, banging your own drum, you can end up aimless and not knowing what to do next. It’s one of the cons of independence. So when our kids are learning independence, covering tips to recognise overwhelm and deal, simply by showing the example of them... that’s an important tool in their bag.
This can sometimes come at inconvenient times. It can lead to late night talks and even blame being thrown around, or stress out of defending themselves. No one wants to admit to overwhelm, but when its an acceptable thing in a home, when we all admit to sometimes dropping the ball, when things can be openly discussed, it means it's ok to say "yes, please take over for a little bit, so I can gather my thoughts and soul."

And sometimes someone asking if they can pick up the pieces just for a while, means our kids can find their  feet again and they can use those tools next time. Because next time, they will be able to feel where they are just a little bit better, and they'll be able to put it in order because we suggested how.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Spiritual Kids... the E-course. What is it?

 I wanted to touch base with you about  Spiritual Kids, the e-course.
 I hate to sound salesy, I want to make sure you know about it. Especially in the recent survey a huge proportion of you mentioned you were considering participating in the course in the New Year.
So, here’s some answers to some questions you may have.

How long of time do I have access to the course?
The enrollment is a lifetime access. You can download everything from the school platform so you can have it with you without internet access, or view it from the platform at anytime.

What age is the course exercises for?
I have 3-13 as my guideline, but it depends. Some stories and poems you may find better for the younger age, but then the journal prompts and emotional awareness exercises suit older than 13. There’s also the option of making some activities more complex, if some crafts  call for a kleenex box for younger children, it could be crafted with a more permanent crafting solution, like woodworking or oil paints  for older ages.
Saying that, I’ve done most of the exercises myself, so it’s all relative and adaptable.

How does it work?
The course is a collection of video lessons, breaking down the lesson concept (Part 1 invitation, Part 2 Spirit, Part 3 Meditation, Part 4 Emotions, Part 5 Appreciation Part 6 The Law of Attraction), and how to absorb it into your daily life. The exercises, MP3s and journal prompts then provide you with tools to bring the concept into your family’s foundation. The first part is designed to help you find your core beliefs that you want to pass on, this isn’t certain things being taught, rather a process of you feeling secure in your own beliefs and letting them radiate out as well as your child having tools and activities to explore their own feelings and beliefs.

What results will I see?
The interesting thing about consciously inviting Spirit into your home is you really don’t know what’s going to be created. From simple connection between you and your children, to them opening up to questions about spirit, to witnessing the law of attraction in your child’s day and lightly talking about it, there are millions of ways spirit shows up. Saying that, I feel that with this course, you will feel more confident that you are providing spiritual foundations within your home. You will feel more secure in what you believe, what you radiate and what you pass on to your children. Your family will feel lighter and easy going about spiritual concepts, and using meditation and spiritual tools will gradually become a way of life rather than a big deal. It won’t feel contrived or foreign anymore.
Now saying that, every family is different and spirit shows up differently for everyone. My lawyers would have a fit if I started making generalized guarantees, but so far, that’s the response I’m getting from the course’s participants anyway. (We have a private group for the course if anyone wants to disagree!)
Actually, if it helps... here’s what people are saying about Spiritual Kids:

Christina Fletcher's Course empowers parents to tap into what's already found within but may still be untouched.
Through meditations, crafts, journaling prompts and downloadable guides full of nuggets of wisdom she has put together an easy to follow course perfect for parents who are choosing to parent from an awakened state. She brilliantly teaches you how go within and enhance your parenting by learning new spiritual tools and applying them to your parenting.
This is a course you can listen to over and over again and absorb something new.
A perfect addition to your conscious parenting toolbox!
Carol Lawrence & Stacy Toten 

I cannot find the words to describe my body's responses. (to Spiritual Kids) ..pure sparkly delight! You have done an amazing job, Christina.... (The course) warmed my heart and I believe that any parent who truly intends to lift the energy of their family to a highly vibration will be inspired by this course...You have brilliantly woven Abraham's teachings throughout the entire course.... my own vibration is raised, just reading through it. Go for it!!!

~ Sandi Schwartz-
Author of Authentic Parenting Power and Coach at Leading Edge Parenting

"This will be a course I experience again and again. I know I will grow and get something new out of it each time.
This course is called "Spiritual Kids", I realised that I am a "kid" when it comes to being spiritually aware, so I did all the exercises myself and learned so much about coming back to being ME.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity, the tools and the little push I needed to invite spirit into my life and show me my path.!"

~ Course participant of Spiritual Kids

Ok, I’m done. Phew.
I don’t think I’ve ever been so proud of something as this course, and I’m sorry for shouting it from the rooftops so often. I just would have loved it when I started out on this journey and I think you will too, and I want you to have it for the best price possible.
It could even be passed on as a gift!

Ok, Now I’m done.
Love and light always,

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

December Intentions

December brings up a range of emotion within me. Excitement and celebration for the year to come, as well as introspection and assessment of the year that’s been. 
When I was about 10 I started doing a “year in review” and “a year in preview”, the last week of December of each year. It’s morphed through the years I must admit. Now, for the month of December I become more introverted. Like preparing for a hibernation, I allow the darker days of winter to let myself drop into myself. I get to connect a little deeper, drift a little further and explore the light within.
I love passing this on to my children; the ability to take the quiet and enjoy the process, as well as the knowledge that answers lie within.
A few weeks ago I was talking with author Rick Morrison about his new book The Hug Store and I was lucky enough to receive a copy to share with my son. Based on true events the picture book follows Rick’s daughter as she struggles to find a “hug” for her grandpa. Leading to the conclusion of her realising that the hugs lie within herself, she is empowered to be able to share love and affection whenever she wants to, that love never runs out. With its vivid illustrations and fun writing style, the story is an easy read to be read aloud to young listeners, making it a delight to pass on the significance of going within to find what you need, rather than forever searching outside of ourselves.

It’s a wonderful time of year to go within. At the same time, looking around us, and seeing amazing empowering products that are being made to help ourselves and help support our children’s spiritual journey of love are becoming available on a regular basis is exciting. Although the media may try to convince us otherwise, it’s a wonderful time to be on this planet, for both ourselves and our children. Yes, on the outside it can be confusing and fast paced, even frightening. The world can be so chaotic, but it seems like each year we look back upon we can find more tools for enlightenment, more processes and perspectives we can offer our children that helps them tune into their truest selves, and really feel their way to their own connection.

It’s the most important focus at this time. To be able to stand up as ourselves, grounded to the earth, connected to our spiritual source, present in the moment and sensitively aware of our emotional guidance system. That’s what we are here to create and what we want to offer our children. It’s been a time of peer pressure and drama, of influence from outer sources. Within my December meanderings, which are still in early stages, that’s what’s becoming apparent.
Now is a good time to shine as ourselves.
It’s a time of gift giving, a time of tool giving perhaps. Holiday seasons are like a pendulum they can chuck you off course from spiritual connection or inspire magic and mystery as you connect within. Books like Rick’s The Hug Store can spark ponderings for our children, activities, crafts, and mostly time together can create the space where spirit can move through our homes, bringing inspiration and motivation to connect more to spirit and disengage from the world’s drama.
This is what I dream of for all I do; to support  homes in being flooded with spirit, not through rules and teachings, but through emotional experiences and guidance. Letting Spirit in and letting it inspire, with support and a shift in perspective to create a feeling of love and relief.

My own e- course, Spiritual Kids, (which goes off its promotional price this week) is created with this philosophy; that when we attune ourselves to our own spiritual connection, things start to happen. Life shifts when we make the intentional promise, when we invite spirit in. People already taking the course are writing in telling me how once they’ve set intention by buying the course for their family and doing the first few invitation exercises, suddenly they are flooded with opportunities to share the exercises and stories with their children, just naturally through the day. Spirit isn’t a forced, uncomfortable issue anymore, it is becoming fluid again, inspired again, as it should be.

Whether it’s through books like Rick’s The Hug Store, or one of the many incredible books out there, or a course like Spiritual Kids, or perhaps your own inner calling’s processes to flood your home with Spirit, I hope this December you can find some space within yourself to stop and feel your way through to letting Spiritual perspective flood your home and interactions with all who live there.

 I hope that you can take just a few moments to review how this year has gotten you to where you are now, and within that space, find the feeling of what you want to create for 2017. It’s an important month for setting intentions and I hope you create beautiful ones.