Sunday, December 30, 2007

Life Lessons from Your Soul - Feeling Love

Recently, someone dear to me asked me a question that sent me on a journey of self exploration. It was an unexpected quest I embarked upon but a fulfilling one. The question was this:

"When do you feel love?"

My immediate answer was "I am love. How would I not feel it?"

At that moment, I looked out at the sea and saw Dolphins swimming by. I ran to the glass doorway and said "I'm feeling love right now!! The Dolphins connect me to love."

I continued asking myself that question and found that I feel love more often than I would have thought I did and under more circumstances than I thought I would. I also found that simply through entering the awareness of that question, I essentially uped my "love quotient" by noticing when I felt love.

When do you feel love? What connects you to the feeling of love and what does not? Can you still feel love in the darkness of a difficult situation? Can you attemt to?

Enter into the richness of this quest. You too may be surprised.

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Friday, December 21, 2007

May the blessings of Peace, Love and Joy fill your heart and your homes as your personality chooses to enter more deeply into Love in the year to come.

I thank all of you who have supported my walk of Love this last year and the many who will come in the next one. Together we can create a powerful change in Earth School that begins within each one of us.

Find the Joy, Peace and Love within you by taking the time to connect with the beautiful offerings that Earth School provides us. Take time to call a loved one just to say "I love you." Take a hot bath or watch a sunset. Spend time with your child or significant other that focuses on what they desire to do and really be present for them. They will never forget it.

There are many things you can do this Holiday Season to gain access to our inherent ability to love and be loved. "Let it out, let it in" as the Beatles sing. Give, receive and allow. Find your own song and sing it with fervor! Be Love.

Happy Holidays to You and Yours!
With Deep Love,
Dr. Meg

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