The Year of Our Relationships Every year our workshops have a common theme and this year we will weave a carpet of likes and dislikes, commitments and dissolutions throughout the Year of our Relationships. The Spring Equinox workshop explores the idea of restoring harmonious balance where there has been conflict. This workshop is called Never […]
Our quarterly workshops and celebrations are hosted in a enchanting garden, under a beautiful covered patio at a private residence in Oceanside. We love it there. Lucky for us, they have opened their backyard to the Word of the Month group (A.K.A. First-Sunday class). We will be meeting there on the first Sunday of each […]
I have always loved the mystical arts, but being an intuitive is an intense way to earn a living and I have had to learn to love what I do, and I do love it. Thank you for scheduling an appointment with me and giving me the best job in the Universe. I am humbled […]
The Word of the Month for May, 2019 is: Dignity. The saboteur of dignity is the word Injustice. We all want to be treated with dignity, so it’s important that we recognize the dignity inherent in all people. The Yogis say: “There is only one caste, the caste of humanity.” This month, let us focus on the dignity within ourselves and within others, regardless of their circumstance.
This class was recorded on Sunday, April 7th. We talked about the word of the month for March, which was: Listen. We also talked about Dogma, the saboteur or listening.
It was another picture-perfect Sunday near the coast in Oceanside. The birds were singing away and the sun shone through the lush spring garden around us. The breeze caused a bit of rumble in our microphone at times, so we will definitely adjust for that before next class. Thank you for tuning into our the fourth installment of the First-Sunday SiT-Cast.
The Word of the Month for April, 2019 is the word PEACE. The saboteur of Peace is DISCORD. Discord is all around us in the world, so how do we make peace? This video for this month is about understanding that we can make peace by practicing listening, and by using our intelligence to see and respect both sides. We don’t always have to agree with each other to achieve peace.