the path life takes can change if you choose to change it.




Feb 4 2018 #micropoetry


the grief took her by surprise

as it was when something good came into her life

and showed her

what she had spent a lifetime missing

Jan 1 2018 b #haiku #micropoetry #mindfulness #healing

underneath that most painful gash

lies the brightest light

and clearest path

Dec 30 #micropoetry



took me

to the still place within

sitting at the calm lake

with mountain backdrop

cherry blossom petals

gently snowing down

kisses on earth

each breath

bringing me deeper

into who

I really


perspective #mindfulness


It’s all in how you look at things. Bird’s eye view. Perspective.

Image of winter woods from the air by Francisco Silva.


the winter woods by Francisco Silva.jpg

death and birth #mindfulness


the subtle interplay and beauty of death and birth in the big picture.

Image by Marian H Jenkins

by marian jenkins3.jpg

Today I’m grateful for… #gratitude #mindfulness #prayer #healing


Today I’m grateful for the ho’oponopono prayer that has become my mantra. ❤ I say 4 times:

“I am sorry, forgive me, thank you, I love you.”

Today I focused intently for about an hour saying it for the elite 1% that rule the world – I owned my part in this current negative world situation whether from some karma from a past life or otherwise.

I prayed for them and asked that they heal and that they realize how much their greed is negatively impacting the 99% of the planet and that they get help and learn to become present moment and reside in their hearts and perhaps maybe choose to share at least some small portion of their wealth so that all people can afford to eat good food, have a roof over their head, access to clean water, affordable medical care and education, etc… so the current world systems can heal and poverty ends.

I said the ho’oponopono and prayed for my people, First Nations and Indigenous living in third world conditions.

I said the ho’oponopono and prayers for the over 1,200 murdered and missing Indigenous women and their families – praying that they are at peace, that their families find peace and that the truth comes out about all of it.

I said the ho’oponopono for my abusers from my childhood and prayed for them to heal and not suffer and to stop abusing. I couldn’t get through the entire list as there were far too many but I did pray for the major ones… and I said it for any other relationships in my life that had hurt or any negativity.

For the Indian Residential school children and survivors and their families and for them to find peace and for the cycles of violence to end, and for the government to finally release the millions of documents on this, the true history of Canada that are still being held and preventing the full truth from being known.

I prayed for the millions of people that have no one to pray for them, those that are on their own and are feeling so alone and desperate and wanting to be off the planet – for them to feel my love and prayers for them and know they are never alone and that spirit and Creator supports them always.

I felt the release. I got up from bed and laid down my tobacco in prayers and gratitude for this day and for having everything I need in this moment, and for the Creator taking care of me and providing for me every day of my entire life.

❤ Peace to each and every one of you that reads this. ❤

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