Last month I took a three-day trip to the mountains for writing and meditation. I ended up doing more sleeping and reflecting. I arrived home with no blog posts or book chapters written, but I was extremely well rested. My husband laughed at me. “What did you do for 3 days if you didn’t write anything?” I sat. And I prayed. And I let myself be in the energy of inspiration, sitting in the energy of spirit. Often when I… >> learn more.
Whether you stay up to watch the ball drop, or head to bed early, on January 1st we all wake up and suddenly it’s a new year. Just like that. It’s easy to let life happen to you, to carry over the energy of the previous year into this year. But a new year holds the magical energy of potential and change. So what do we do with that?
Many people try and harness that energy by setting goals or… >> learn more.
We are more than half way through 2018. And with the buzz of college students flocking back to campus, and the promise of crisp fall air on the horizon, I’m thinking about my resolution.
Every year I choose a word. Something to anchor me to intention , so that even as I get rocked by the waves of life’s chaos, I am still tethered to my goals. This year’s word was abundance. I wanted financial abundance, to help get us out… >> learn more.
Millions of celestial fans from Santorini to Cairo, from Dubai to Harare, in cities across the Eastern Hemisphere are in for an epic treat with the red moon and the red planet lit up against the backdrop of stars next week. On the night of July 27th, into the morning of July 28th, we will experience the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century, lasting 1 hour and 43 minutes . Although the earth is right between the moon and… >> learn more.
It was 20 A.D., around the time when Jesus walked, and I was a town midwife, attending births and catching babies.
Then, with the snap of her fingers, the scene was gone.
And just like that, it was over—and I was back in my 2015 body, nestled in a cozy chair, in a modern-day room, staring into the eyes of the woman who had guided me through my very first past life regression .
I had come… >> learn more.
Into the Mystic: Mediumship and Beyond Sunday April 8th
Meditation can open up all things mystical, including the spiritual gifts of mediumship, empathy and beyond. Join Cait Allison for this unique class on how to safely connect with your guides from beyond, and how to incorporate a practice of mediumship into a healing journey from grief. If you’ve ever been curious about whether or not you could be a medium, this class is for you!
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Essential Tools for the Overwhelmed Empath
Sunday March 11th
Feeling overwhelmed? Exhausted? Overly emotional?
Join Cait Allison for this unique class on self-care for the self-aware empath. If you find yourself being empathic or extra sensitive to foods, medicines, crowds, situations or people, over just generally overwhelmed this is the class for you. Cait will guide you through an experiential practice to explore a variety of tools to cleanse, protect and restore your energy in… >> learn more.
This Valentine’s Day, take the time to nourish yourself, as well as your relationship, by learning new tools to deepen love and intimacy on a mind, body and spirit level.
Join your Cupid for the evening, Cait Allison, for an experiential workshop designed to build trust, connection and intimacy for couples on all levels, as well as a deeper relationship with your own soul. Join us at the Meditation Room for an evening of play, connection, fun, joy, love, healing… >> learn more.
Do you believe in magic?
I do—perhaps too much. A few days ago in my evening meditation I was actively trying to manifest money for further hypnosis training, and while I was at it, I threw in a special request to Spirit for a little extra grad-school cushioning. The next day when I got home from work I checked the mail—a typically drab daily routine where my anticipation of a letter from literally anyone is met with the… >> learn more.
It started with a thought that I needed to take cash out the following morning. I turned over in bed, simultaneously remembering I needed to transfer money from savings to cover rent. Another toss and a pillow adjustment, later: “what about retirement and my lack of savings skills?” Yet another twist, toss, and turn. The night was quickly evolving into what most Americans experience before falling asleep. I found myself stuck in a catastrophic thought hurricane of plotting and… >> learn more.