On December 23rd of last year, my mentor and friend, Alura Cein, released a new Trumpet Blast highlighting prophecies that are currently being fulfilled. I urge everyone coming across this post to click the link and read Her work first. As always, I began instituting the suggestions given and have been encouraging others to do... Continue Reading →
Last week, my autobiographical short story was released to read for free on T.W.N. I hope readers find it encouraging and enlightening. I'm not used to putting out personal content - therefore, it was a challenge for me. I'm glad I did it, though, and am happy that I can cross yet another writing project... Continue Reading →
This post came at a perfect time for me. I hope it helps others feel they aren't alone, as well. https://spirituallyawkward.com/2022/12/12/thoughts-on-hardship-faith-and-making-a-difference/comment-page-1/#comment-443
This post reveals a lot that's going on now with the lantern flies, black mold, and the food supply. Take the advice given. "An Important Reason You Feel Sick A Lot"
During my time studying with Alura, She has encouraged the use of transcendental meditation. I can definitely attest to how essential it is. Setting up a regular meditation schedule and sticking to it is something I've had to do, and now it's become more vital than ever. If I don't do it, I notice the... Continue Reading →
https://spirituallyawkward.com/2022/10/23/the-anxiety-of-knowing/ For all those struggling emotionally during these times. From Alura.
As previously mentioned, having a physical space dedicated to spending one-on-one time with Spirit can be very important and uplifting. I've had some kind of shrine devoted to my relationship with God and Heaven for many years now. I decided to dedicate this post to my friend, Toby, as well as others who might find... Continue Reading →
We have already touched on the true sacred space. Let's start there, because all things come from it. Some of the things I don't allow in my sacred space are: alcohol, drugs, gateway substances, the majority of modern "music", swearing, television, and the majority of modern films. I try to keep a very close eye... Continue Reading →
When people talk about sacred space, they invariably use the term to mean something very stereotypical - a church building, a circle, an altar, a shrine. While those are all nice to look at, what are they truly? Stuff. My mentor Alura has always taught that the spiritual journey is not part of life; life... Continue Reading →