Focus On What You Want To Create

If you are like me, you might occasionally get depressed by what you see in the news or in this world.  It is vital to focus on creating the community and world that you want to see.  When I see people fighting, lying, and spreading propaganda, I work to create peaceful, supportive communities.  I give love, and I tell the truth in response to lies.

In fact, one of the main reasons I wrote Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me about Healing, Survival, and Transformation is because I desired to spread more healing to those who have suffered any type of trauma to and show others that a deeper spiritual connection is always possible, no matter how treacherous the journey.

Focus is important for a variety of reasons. When you focus on your innovative possibilities, your excitement for life expands. When you focus on pain from the past, your energy stays in the past.

Although healing and processing is important, creation is where excitement can be found. You didn’t come here for dissatisfying experiencers and pain. You came here to create the life you want. 

My video is a quick one—under a minute but meant to inspire! And, just in case you like my shiny earrings, you can get them here.

Thanks for your support of my memoir and new book of short, spiritually inspired poetry.  Here is a link to my Amazon Author Page.  It means a lot to hear from readers.

Meditation, More Love in Your Life, and Poetry

My aim is always to bring you videos to inspire a greater connection to divinity, healing, and unconditional love.  Check out my latest short video on how you can experience more love in your life.

One of my recent interviews is with Kelvin Chin who has over 40 years experience teaching meditation classes. Kelvin is an Ivy League graduate, a teacher of other meditation teachers, and participated in first medical studies about the benefits of meditation. Kelvin also taught the first meditation classes at West Point Military Academy, and in the U.S. Army on the DMZ (De-Militarized Zone) in Korea, and at Raytheon, AIA International, 1-800-DENTIST, Dartmouth College and Yale University.

If you prefer podcasts to YouTube videos, I have most of my interviews and talks uploaded to a podcast now.  You can find the podcasts on Apple, Spotify, and Anchor.

I also appreciate your support of my book of short poems inspired by the Insta-poets called “The Self, The Other, and God.”   Please stay tuned for future interviews!  May you be blessed!

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