A Message From the Universe

I’m on The Universe Talks‘ mailing list which delivers a “message from the universe” to my inbox each weekday morning. (If you don’t already get these, SIGN UP YESTERDAY. Also, you’re welcome.) Today I woke up to: “Resentment, anger, and impatience, Megan, all have their place. Actually, they’re absolutely priceless, revealing to those who feelContinue reading “A Message From the Universe”

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Love Machine

Thank you for reminding me that the heart’s purpose is to deliver oxygen to the sacred waters that flow through me, and put my focus on the stewardship of my body and spirit. -Pixie Lighthorse I was happy. Immensely happy. I woke up each morning thanking the sun, moon, stars, and my lover for choosingContinue reading “Love Machine”

The Struggle Is Real

I’m reminded today that mourning can be incredibly lonely. Maybe it’s because no two people grieve in the same way. You can be in a room surrounded by others experiencing the same loss, but still feel alone. We all know that life is a cycle with ups, downs, a beginning, middle, and end. Even whenContinue reading “The Struggle Is Real”

Mother Earth’s Lessons in Love

This morning I was reminded that our greatest teacher, Mother Earth, sometimes has trouble letting go. We are a quarter of they way through the month of April, and it was 34 degrees when I bundled up in my full length, furry-hooded coat to take Mr. Darcy out this morning. As we walked down theContinue reading “Mother Earth’s Lessons in Love”

Jai Siddhatma: Victorious Are Liberated Souls

Two weeks ago, I sat alone with a glass of wine desperately trying to decompress from another week filled with dance classes, yoga classes, students of all ages demanding my undivided attention, rushing from one space to the next, and found myself googling “silent retreats.” I stumbled upon Siddhayatan Spiritual Retreat. After browsing through their offerings,Continue reading “Jai Siddhatma: Victorious Are Liberated Souls”

Finding My Dharma

Transformation is painful. It’s often overwhelming, and I’m finding that a lot of times it feels like I’m falling apart. I know that spiritual, physical, and emotional evolution requires altering behaviors, habits, and sometimes moving past belief systems and relationships that no longer align with my purpose. But knowing these things are necessary doesn’t makeContinue reading “Finding My Dharma”

The Gratitude Challenge

I’m a huge proponent of throwing my thoughts, feelings, and general musings into a journal while I drink my morning coffee. I went through a rough period upon moving to Dallas in late 2011, and one of my New Years resolutions was to make it a priority to list three things I’m grateful for each day.Continue reading “The Gratitude Challenge”