If It Doesn’t Kill You, It Gives You A New Chapter To Write About #Quote #tuesdaymotivation 

Hi everyone! I hope you all have been doing well. My apologies for not posting in the last few weeks. Something drastic had happened that I can’t say right now. Please know that since the hurricanes that came and hit, I’m doing okay and so is my daughter. I took the first two weeks of October away from blogging and a few social media sites to do some healing and getting myself together. And to stay positive and happy. I tried getting around to reading most of your blogs, and those I didn’t, I haven’t forgotten you.

With that being said, whatever it is that you are going through or had been through, you are still alive and well. You are strong and blessed. 

“What doesn’t kill us give us something new to write about.” Write it down. Sing. Dance. Do whatever gives you joy and comfort.

Have a wonderful week.


Pamela ❤


5 Common Mistakes People Make on Their Spiritual Journey by Fransiska Dewi

Hi everyone! Come and check out Violet Flame’s post about going through a spiritual journey and how to not make these mistakes. It’s a process, but you can do it.

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SeventhRay 2035

“I still have a long way to go, but I’m already so far from where I used to be, and I’m proud of that.” ~ Unknown

Just like any student, I’ve made mistakes throughout my spiritual journey.

Although I prefer to see mistakes as learning opportunities, below are a few things I’ve learned not to do through my years of meditation and detox weekends and constant effort to stay on the divine side of life.

1. Constantly looking for answers externally

When I started meditating regularly, I experienced heightened intuition.

Triggered by this, I constantly tried to find signs to guide every decision I made. While waiting for 11:11, feeling a butterfly landing on my shoulder, or simply finding a four-leafed clover, I was trying to find the answer outside.

I went from one spiritual teacher to another, trying to find the one who would give me the “answer.”

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It’s As Close As We Can Get #writing #blogging

Writing is as close as we can get to keeping a hold on everything that means so much to us. Whether its writing fiction, nonfiction or writing a blog post, we tend to jot down our words before they vanish from our  idle minds. When I was a young girl, I would walked around with a notebook and pencil, looking for something to write about. When I do, I immediately started writing. For, if I didn’t, it would wither away and leave me devastated. From that point on, I write about everything that I can:

Write about phrases that grasp at your soul.

Write about the adventures you enjoyed or didn’t.

Write about childhood memories or recurring dreams you have.

You see, when we write, we tend to keep hold onto the many things that means so much to us. It’s the exact reason why we all write, correct? For if we don’t, it will slipped away like sand through our fingers.

Read more on recurring dreams.