I was thinking about writing a post about overcoming fear and I thought why not have fun. If we laugh at our fears they no longer have power over us. Years ago I had been working on changing my life and things were going pretty well. I was sitting on the beach and all of a sudden I had the thought, “What if I get cancer?” It was so out of context I laughed. If I had started to worry about it I would have had a very different experience.
So how can you laugh at your fears?
Here are some videos that may give you a laugh …. and next time fear rears its ugly head try laughter!
Seeing life through the eyes of love It is the same world but it is a very different world.
The other morning I was filling up my dog’s water bowl. Suddenly I was totally engrossed in the patterns the water made coming out of the faucet. They were so alive and beautiful.
So what brings you here today? I love the internet. You start some where follow this link which leads you to this link and before you know it here you are!
I plan on making and posting a video each week. ...
Loving everything equally When we simplify life we have two choices - love or fear. When we choose love life becomes amazing. I hope you will tune in regularly I plan on uploading videos weekly to help you deepen your connection with the angelic realms.
You swim in a ...
Celestial Guidance We can all use a little bit of help from our angelic friends. Over the next few weeks I will post a series of videos that will make that process a lot easier. So tune in and enjoy.
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Susan Gregg is the author of eight books including the award-winning "Mastering the Toltec Way" and "The Encyclopedia of Angels, Spirit Guides and Ascended Masters." She has been exploring spirituality since the early 1970s and completed an apprenticeship with Don Miguel Ruiz. Her greatest passion is showing others how they can be happy and this passion has resulted in her "Food for the Soul" podcast.
Currently, she lives on the Big Island of Hawaii where she is an avid gardener, hiker, and writer. She often spends time playing with the four-legged friends she's rescued or swimming with the wild sea turtles and dolphins.
Pele is the Hawaiian goddess of the volcano as well as the goddess of transformation, passion, vitality and creation. Pele is a powerful force on the Hawaiian islands. Shortly after I moved to Hawaii, a friend suggested I have my property blessed. I asked Pele if I could live and work on her land. She graciously agreed, so I always take time to thank her and ask for her blessing in my endeavors.