Your Spirit, or higher self, is calling you to remember when you are drawn to do certain things or drawn to a way of life or even an animal.

The Spirit Garden

Somewhere in your past
you knew the Ancient ways…

This is why you find yourself
being drawn by a deep seated urge.

An urge so powerful
that you don’t question it…
Or fight it…
You long for it…


Deborah Hinton

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Ten Ways To Live A More Spiritual Life

I love this post noted spend time with nature as number 1. Feel the earth below your feet. Watch a sunrise or sunset. Watch the wind blow the leaves around. When I went to the beach to take my dog, I never wore shoes to feel the sand and water on my feet. A very important part of a more spiritual life is to love yourself, no matter what. I know sometimes not so easy to do. We are our own worst enemy of negativity. Be thankful everyday for what you have, no matter how much or how little. Forgive those who have done you wrong. Again not so easy sometimes, depending on the depth of hurt. Be kind to all, people, animals, plants and Mother Earth. Just a smile can change a persons day. Change the negative chatter in your head to positive. This is where affirmations play a big role. I love myself. I am happy. I am one with the universe. We are all connected. All is well!

The Metaphysical Muse

The spiritual journey of life is different for all.  Finding the sacred in the day-to-day will help you to stay on the spiritual path, living the most fruitful and abundant, spiritually-rich life possible.  I like to keep a list of my favorite ways to live a spiritual life someplace where I will see them everyday.  You may like to do the same.  To get you started, here is a list of my ten favorite ways to live a more spiritual life and stay connected to spirit.  There are many ways to live a more spiritual life. You already are more spiritual by having the intention to do so.

#1: Spend time with nature

Whether you take a walk at the park, meditate under a tree, bird watch, plant a garden or invest in more indoor plants, nature attunes the soul to the truth within.  Enjoy the scents and sounds…

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Vedic Astrology versus Western Astrology: The Major Differences

I agree 100% with Julianne when she states, “It’s always good to take a look at things from a different perspective once in a while to shed new light on things.” This is why I love metaphysical science! It covers so many topics, ideals, and perspectives.

Scientists are beginning to recognize that what they have been defining as “cause” is simultaneously “effect”. –

Through the Peacock's Eyes

Below is an old post, called Vedic Astrology: The Study of Light, that I wrote a few years ago when I first started this blog. I thought I’d re-post it here since I just created a short video explaining the major differences between the two systems. I hope this brings some clarity to those who are curious about and interested in learning astrology:

Vedic Astrology: The Study of Light:

As a Vedic Astrologer, I am often asked what that is, and how it is different from Western Astrology. Vedic Astrology is also known as Jyotisha, the study of light and the heavenly bodies. It is the astronomical and astrological system developed by the sages of ancient India after hundreds of years of studying the stars and planets. It is based on the sidereal zodiac and the movement of the stars. Western Astrology, in contrast, is based on the tropical zodiac and…

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sydney edited

I adopted Sydney in December 2013 after I fostered her for a year from It’s the Pits Dog Rescue in San Diego. She was adopted out once as a pup and brought back to It’s the Pits at 10 months old, this is when I began fostering her. She was adopted out once while in my care and the lady brought her back within 24 hours. Not nearly enough time for her to adjust. Her loss, my gain. Sydney has a funny personality, but scares most people with her loud barking. I just tell them she is my guard dog :). We have been through many ups and downs. We drove (my daughter and I) from Southern California to Kentucky in 2 and a half days in June 2014. She did really well, but was not wanting to get back in the van near the end of the trip. I can’t blame her. We also traveled with 2 cats and Heidi, our Shih Tzu. The photo is Sydney in her new yard in Kentucky.

The New Childhood Health in America

sam baby

My third grandbaby is on the way, due March 11th, 2016. I was surprised to learn of the toxins we use everyday without even realizing it. I wonder what is causing the increase of cancer, autism, asthma, ADHD and other childhood illnesses. Our food is processed, sprayed with pesticides, genetically modified…GMO, bovine growth hormone (rBGH) for dairy cows, preservatives. We need to keep ourselves informed about what is going into our bodies, you cannot depend on our government to keep us safe!

Source: David Wolfe

Toxins to Avoid If Pregnant