“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” ― C.G. Jung
I’ve met so many people throughout my life and when I reflect on the type of relationships and connections I have today compared to years back, I see a big difference. Who I AM today is one who draws in different people from all walks of life and being able to connect with as many people as I do, I’ve noticed a pattern in many.
A sense of loneliness, most people feel as if they don’t fit in or are somehow alone in the world in the way they think or feel.
Though, some play the game well. Having friends around them to go out and party with and shoot the shit with. But mostly all of them feel as if they don’t have any ‘real’ people around them where they can totally be themselves.
People who they can connect with on deep levels, having meaningful conversations where you connect to the core of...
Dreams are often a manifestation of our subconscious. They occur during the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) part of sleep, and most of them are not remembered by the time you wake up. Some dreams are just a reflection of the events of the day, while others are more meaningful.
Then there are other types of psychic dreams such as:
Precognitive dreams: a dream that seems to have predicted a future event is identified as a precognitive dream. For example, dreaming about a friend you have not seen in years and then running into the person the next day.
Telepathic dreams: A dream where we may have touched the consciousness of another person and have accurately revealed his or her thoughts, actions or life situation is referred to as a telepathic dream. The dreaming mind may receive information about a loved one as far away as another country or as close as the next room. There is no distance or barrier between two close souls. Even those people who we are in constant contact with every day...
Do you struggle with anxiety, letting go, always needed to try and make things happen?
A little over two years ago, I had to learn the value of spiritual surrender and by no means was it an easy process when I was going through it. But I will say it is one of the most enriching experiences, it taught me a lot and once I gave into the process, it actually became fun.
My process of spiritual surrender began when
I returned to the states after spending a little over a year traveling solo around the globe. It was a huge adjustment for me.
Just imagine being in a different country and city every couple of weeks. On the constant move, always experiencing something new, meeting different people, living moment to moment without any responsibility.
To all of a sudden, I found myself back in Miami living at my mother’s house (which btw I had been on my own for the last seven years) starting all over again. At least...
I’ve been completely off social media now for about eight months. I took a break from the social world to refocus my energy into my day to day life and live more presently in it. A lot of things have changed for me since I returned from traveling the “world” for a little over a year.
In fact, the real inner journey started the moment I returned home. I experienced a lot of emotional ups and downs because I was forced to face aspects of myself that I had been unwilling to face before. But eventually, with a little help, I stopped resisting and I began to surrender and that eventually created sufficient energy to shift my external reality…
What do I mean by that?
Well, after I having traveled overseas for a little over a year visiting (11 countries and over 22 cities), I ended up moving back to Miami and that was a hard adjustment because I wanted nothing more than to...