Finding Joy

Finding Joy

Sometimes finding joy is as easy as changing your perspective.

The afternoon before I was scheduled for open heart surgery, my doctor decided that I hadn’t sufficiently shaken off the effects of a recent respiratory virus, and informed me they wanted to reschedule. Read more

Why We Write

My next book is currently in the hands of my editor, and I’m looking forward to its publication a couple of months from now.

It’s been a long time coming, and I’m feeling a huge sense of relief, now that the hardest part is done. But it’s left me wondering why the heck people do this book writing thing. Read more

Suicide and Your Soul

In the wake of his suicide, I’d planned to write about the life and death of Anthony Bourdain, but my Spirit Guides felt there was little I could do to add to the conversation about this inspiring old soul. Instead, they asked me to write an article about suicide in general.

No soul comes into the world with suicide as some kind of exit strategy. Read more

The Ego Has Landed

What Happens When Your Soul and Conscious Mind Separate

Your soul perceives mind, body, and spirit, not as three separate parts, but as one. And that’s why the ideal condition for any of us is when all three elements are operating in harmony.

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Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking: An Old Soul and a Life Well Lived

Farewell, Stephen Hawking. You were an especially inspiring old soul.

I’ve been asked quite a few questions about Stephen Hawking following his death. Did he choose to spend his life in a wheelchair? Was he an old soul? Did he achieve what he came here to do? Read more

What is a Soulmate?

What Is a Soulmate? – Video

Hi there, Christine here from Ainslie’s SoulWorld team. Someone asked the question the other day, “What is a soulmate?”

We had an interesting conversation about that with Ainslie, and we figured if it’s a topic that interests us, it’s likely a topic that will interest you. Read more

gun violence

Gun Violence and the Peaceful Old Soul

I said after the last massacre that there’s really nothing I can add to what’s already been said about mass shootings in US schools. However, after yet another slaughter, I feel it’s important to firmly declare where I stand on gun violence.

I’m against it. Read more

You Always Have Options

You Always Have Options

Why You’re Never as Powerless as You Think

While preparing for this month’s Soul World class, I was talking with my Spirit Guides about how to approach the theme of spiritual investigations from a place that would empower members. My Guides’ told me to remind them that, “You always have options.” 

That got me thinking about a client from some years ago, Lori*, who felt, as she put it, absolutely stuck. Her marriage was supremely unsatisfying, and her job sucked. Read more

Getting Unblocked in 2018

Getting Unblocked in 2018

It’s the beginning of a new year and you’re all fired up to make big changes. You’re motivated and ready, confident that this is the year you actually follow through on all the promises you’ve made to yourself.

But how often have you begun the year with optimism and conviction, only to find yourself feeling stuck and in the same old place of inertia before January is even over? Read more

Predatory Behavior and Spirituality

Predatory Behavior and Spirituality

If there’s one good thing to come from recent attention given to the behavior of sexual predators like Roy Moore, Harvey Weinstein, and Louis C. K., it’s that it will lead to victims of abuse feeling safer to go public with their stories.

You don’t need a psychic to tell you that a guy masturbating in front of an unwilling victim is not acting in a spiritual way, or that a 32-year old man dating an underage girl is doing something flat-out wrong. Read more

Overcoming Addiction

Overcoming Addiction

Do you wish you could quit your addiction? Have you tried everything, but are still struggling? What about past-life exploration?

If, like my client, Andrea, you were a slave in a past life, you’ll resist being told what to do.

The motto associated with those who were once enslaved or imprisoned is “Don’t tell me what to do!” Read more

The Spiritual Lessons of War

We’ve been exploring the Spiritual Lessons of war this month in my SoulWorld Community membership program, and it’s been timely, considering the posturing taking place among some world leaders.

Every one of us has had at least one past life in which everything went wrong as a result of war. Read more