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Big Dreams for a Great Life

Big Dreams for a Great Life












As a young girl, I was curious, always asking my mother questions. One day, while daydreaming about my future, I asked my mom, “did you always know your life would be like this when you grew up?” I’ll never forget her answer; she said, “Are you kidding? I could never have imagined my life would be as wonderful as it is!”

This Mother’s Day, I thank my mom for giving me a GREAT life and for teaching me to DREAM BIG.

You Are It.


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“It’s fantastic to look at people and see that they really, deep down, are enlightened. They’re It. They’re faces of the divine.

And they look at you, and they say ‘oh no, but I’m not divine. I’m just ordinary little me.’ You look at them in a funny way, and here you see the buddha nature looking out of their eyes, straight at you, and saying it’s not, and saying it quite sincerely.

And that’s why, when you get up against a great guru, the Zen master, or whatever, he has a funny look in his eyes. When you say ‘I have a problem, guru. I’m really mixed up, I don’t understand,’ he looks at you in this queer way, and you think ‘oh dear me, he’s reading my most secret thoughts. He’s seeing all the awful things I am, all my cowardice, all my shortcomings.’

But that’s not what he’s looking at. He’s giving you a funny look for quite another reason altogether. He’s giving you a funny look because he sees in you the Brahman, the Godhead, just claiming it’s ‘poor little me’.”

~ Alan Watts, Lectures on Zen/Spiritual Alchemy

abundance for all


panache energyWelcome to who you really are.

There are many spiritual paths, many spiritual teachers and friends. Here are some free meditations and music to support you in knowing and living as Who You Really Are in the new year.

Celebrate. Enjoy.

You belong here.

Super Soul Sunday Wisdom


Jean Houston and Oprah (c) Harpo Studios 2012

“The world needs a sense that we are all in it together.” With those words, philosopher and author Dr. Jean Houston sums up the simple awareness which, if lived out loud, would transform the world.

Jean Houston is one of the founding mothers of the human potential movement, self-described as, “an evocator of the possible, and a midwife of souls.”

Recently, Jean sat down with Oprah for a televised talk that covered world-altering, transformational ideas. You can watch the interview here for a limited time.

Other pearls of wisdom from Jean Houston’s interview with Oprah:

“Aging is deepening, becoming heartful, more loving and discovering that the universe lives in you.”

“We are always in some way being called to the larger life that Reality desires for us.”

“What would you look like if you saw yourself through the Eyes of God?”

“If you don”t accept the CALL, you die a little everyday, leading a repressed life.”

“Expand our inner capacities for radical empathy.”

As Jean likes to say, “These are the times, and we are the people.” Here’s to living your life’s purpose!

Note: Jean has a new book: The Wizard of Us: Transformational Lessons from Oz.