Tying Up Loose Ends and Allowing Expansive Possibilities

In October 2021, I was feeling curious about what the near future would hold for me. I sat down with my journal for a co-created conversation with my spirit guide Holly. Here were her words of wisdom: Holly: Your blog post, Allow and Let it Go, is a good prescription for these next three months.Continue reading “Tying Up Loose Ends and Allowing Expansive Possibilities”

She is an Only Child by Choice

Toward the middle of December, I started looking at my new World Wildlife Fund calendar, and I put a notation for my daughter’s birthday in mid-January. It is an obviously impactful day, and comes just six days before my own birthday. I sat down to journal with my spirit guide Holly, and the birth ofContinue reading “She is an Only Child by Choice”

Seasons of Our Lives

As I mentioned in a post last month, my spirit guide Holly was continuing to send me metaphors through songs. At the end of that post, I mentioned that she went from Take it Easy to Seasons of Our Lives. She was particularly focused on these words: “Autumn leaves will fall, spring won’t save usContinue reading “Seasons of Our Lives”

Angels Along the Road, Part I: Reginald Fitch

It seems most appropriate that my spirit guide Holly and I tell this story as we approach Thanksgiving. Junior high school can be a tough time for many kids. For me it was particularly difficult because for the first time in my short life, I was told that I was physically outside the norm, andContinue reading “Angels Along the Road, Part I: Reginald Fitch”

Holly and the Collective Wisdom: Their Guidance Expands My Awareness

Two years ago, on Day 76 of my 365 days of journaling with my spirit guide Holly, I wrote about a young client who I suspected had auditory processing issues. Holly gave me this suggestion: Holly: Listen to him read to see if there is a big discrepancy between his excellent reading comprehension and hisContinue reading “Holly and the Collective Wisdom: Their Guidance Expands My Awareness”

Oxymorons and the Cobblestones of Our Lives

Have you ever noticed patterns in your life that are oxymorons: a figure of speech made of two separate concepts that appear to be contradictory but come together in a new and more powerful way? On August 19, 2019, I was on day 74 of my attempt to do 365 days of guided writing withContinue reading “Oxymorons and the Cobblestones of Our Lives”

Dear Spirit Guide…

October 13, 2019, I was writing a note to my spirit guide Holly, telling her my view of our channeled conversations with the spirit guides of my clients: I get such joy out of channeling guided conversations for others. It is as though I am doing work for the Higher Good. It is an opportunityContinue reading “Dear Spirit Guide…”

Can a Spirit Guide Have Intellectual Overexcitability?

I have been an educator for more than 40 years, and much of that time my emphasis has been in gifted education. There is a concept in gifted education known as “overexcitabilities.” Without getting into too much detail, that overexcitability can be categorized as: psychomotor, sensual, emotional, imaginational, and intellectual. The overexcitabilities are inborn intensitiesContinue reading “Can a Spirit Guide Have Intellectual Overexcitability?”

Covid Warnings From My Spirit Guide

If someone had told me in January, 2020 that a pandemic was coming that would kill more than 500,000 Americans, I would not have believed that person. But it was my spirit guide, Holly, who was telling me this, across many guided journal posts. The few people I shared this information with were skeptical, toContinue reading “Covid Warnings From My Spirit Guide”

What Wants to Re-Emerge?

On Day 232 of my journaled conversation with my spirit guide, Holly, I posed the following question: What is the original aspect of myself that wants to re-emerge? Holly: You have always had a connection to Source, and to us, but you shutdown many aspects of yourself to fit in with family and friends. YouContinue reading “What Wants to Re-Emerge?”

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