Tear Drops Are Not Mountain Tops

Just after my morning meditation, I had the passive thought that I wanted my coffee to be different today. I didn’t know how it possibly could be, since my coffee routine is generally the same every day, but as you can see, it was. I let my frothed cream sit longer than usual and what…

Life’s Equations and Solutions

“Math is the universal language.” “Numbers don’t lie.” We all know the sayings. Well, if the Universe is mathematical, then life makes you a research scientist of sorts. You’re living in a big word problem that is uniquely your own. Which means you are searching for answers by collecting data and plugging it into the…

Beautiful, Profound Inspiration

Yesterday Josie de Vere wrote a poem. The moral of her poem was not to let perfect moments of inspiration expire by pulling your mind away from them to tend to something “more important.” And since we believe that thoughts are things, it didn’t take long for that poem to work its way into the…

Whispers of Inspiration

Each day our minds race from the interactions with our life’s circumstance. This is how we engage and actively problem solve. It’s how we make sure that we come to the right conclusions to reach desired outcomes. A highly tuned in mind isn’t a bad thing, especially when it comes to our interactions with this…

When Faced with “Dis-Solution”

Last night Josie de Vere and I were having a chat. She had a few things she needed to solve for, but the solutions had yet to become clear. Every solution she tested hit a wall. She smiled when she said, “So I suppose I found a lot of ‘dis-solution’”. Then this morning she woke…

Teach Your Ego Some New Tricks

If you struggle finding a goal, or don’t know your purpose, the answer isn’t too far away. Simply look at the thoughts circulating in your mind. Pick one you don’t like and set out to prove that thought wrong. *BOOM!* Instant goal. Maybe it’s that you think something can’t be done, or that nothing ever…