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Is The Universe Trying To Tell You Something?

Do you ever feel like the Universe is trying to tell you something, but you don’t quite understand the message?

The Universe is constantly sending us hints, “speaking” to us about the directions we are to take in life.  To understand what the Universe is saying, we have to become more aware of its “language.”  Oftentimes, we don’t recognize the messages because the Universe speaks through experience.

There are many ways in which the Universe communicates with us.  It does not have any limits on how it will speak to us.  As we become more aware of our life experiences, we can begin to decode the messages sent our way.

To understand the Universe’s language, you must take the steps to learn it.  First and foremost, allow yourself to be open to receiving its messages.  If there is any apprehension, the Universe will take it that you are not ready.  As you cultivate your desire to hear from the Universe, the answers will begin to present themselves in many ways, but you must be willing to accept those answers, no matter how they show up.  You may receive your answers from a dream, from a friend’s advice or a stranger’s, or you may overhear a conversation related to your question. You may hear a song that speaks to your experience, see a message on a billboard or on someone’s tee-shirt, or you may see a TV show that contains the information you need…the possibilities are endless.

Start paying attention to what you are experiencing.  Make note of recurring experiences.  My rule of thumb is, if you hear or see something three times in a short period of time, act on it. These little synchronicities are the Divine’s way of saying that you are on the right track, or they are clues to help you better understand yourself, your growth, or your path. Sometimes the Universe will send messages repeatedly until we get them.  For example, maybe the presence of a particular animal keeps getting your attention.  Perhaps the Universe is trying to tell you to incorporate the traits of this animal into your life.  The symbolism and message can change depending on your individual connection or feeling toward the animal.  Follow your intuition on this.

Pay attention to your body.  The physical body can provide many messages about your emotional, mental, and spiritual health.  Of course illness occurs when our immunity is compromised, but could it be that your body is trying to communicate something deeper? Maybe that sore throat is the Universe trying to communicate something to you about your self-expression (are you angry with someone and want to tell that person but are afraid?).

Keep track of your dreams.  Dreams are very symbolic and unique to the individual, but focus on how the dream makes you feel to determine what the message might be.  Dreams are clues as to what is happening on the subconscious level.  Recurring dreams could mean that the Universe is trying to tell you about an unresolved issue that needs attention and resolution. Make note of the images, colors, and feelings you experience in each dream.

When the Universe sends messages, these messages are often symbols loaded with meaning, so it’s important to examine your connection to the symbol.  A spider to one person could stir up fear and loathing, but to another person it could mean making connections…again, trust your intuition as you develop your own dictionary of spiritual symbols.  You will know the “truth” of a symbol by the way it resonates with you. It’s truth will speak to you as an individual in a way which you understand and relate to on a deeper level.  You’ll just “know.”

As you fine tune your sensitivity to the Universe and its messages, signs, and symbols, you’re experience of life will only grow. Keep your eyes and ears open.  Stay in tune with your gut. The Universe uses signs to validate its presence in your life or as an intuitive nudge to prompt you to take action. As you cultivate your awareness, you’ll soon discover that the Universe has been communicating with you all along.

 

Please share your comments below.   I would love to hear about your experiences.

Spiritual Pampering 101: 5 Ways To Rejuvenate Your Spirit

Life can pull us in many directions.  If we are not mindful, we soon find ourselves overwhelmed with obligations, impatient with ourselves and others, short-tempered, nutritionally challenged, and burned out. It’s important to take a break from the stressors of life so that the body can detoxify and relax and the spirit can expand and grow. If we are to be our best, we need to take time out of our busy schedules for some “me time.”

“Me time” is Spirit time. It is in no way a selfish act.  In fact, spiritual pampering is sacred work.  It is an act of self-care and self-love, and it is vital to our emotional and physical health as it helps to keep us balanced and connected.

BREATHE.  Life is absolutely dependent upon the act of breathing, yet it is a gift that is often taken for granted. Deep breathing exercises can be done anywhere, at just about any time. Inhale all the way down to your stomach, hold it for a few seconds, and then exhale slowly. Repeat until you feel relaxed and relieved.

“MENDITATION.” Quiet meditation is a mental time-out to help us mend the mind and spirit. Guided visualizations are excellent mental escapes to help you focus your energies on more positive imagery. Picture yourself in a relaxing place like a palm tree lined beach, a desert oasis, or a forest path. You can also practice a moving meditation such as tai chi, qi gong, yoga, or simply walking, all of which will help you to connect with your inner resources.

YOUR BODY IS A TEMPLE. It houses your Divine Self. Your physical body is the vehicle that has been loaned to you for you to live out your life while tending to the spiritual energies within. Love and honor your body, exercise, and give it the proper nutrition, rest and respect it deserves. Let nothing in that will desecrate it.

DISCOVER OR REVISIT A HOBBY. Hobbies provide a nice diversion from stress and help you to stay in the moment which helps to reduce tension.

A CHANGE OF SCENERY. Sometimes the best thing you can do is to get away from your everyday surroundings. It doesn’t have to be an exotic, expensive vacation. Take a day, a weekend, or longer and spend it in nature or go on a spiritual retreat where you can focus on renewal. If you can’t get away, designate a sacred space in your home to which you can retreat, and “train” your other family members not to disturb you during your “me time.” Create a personal altar, luxuriate in your tub, and/or light scented candles. Allow your mind to drift in peace.

There are many ways to recharge your inner battery, and these pampering breaks will make you feel better about yourself and elevate your mood and vibrational level.

Stretch Your Thinking

Our inspiration for today comes from Confucius, the Chinese philosopher who lived between 551 BCE – 479 BCE.

Even when walking in the company of two other men, I am bound to be able to learn from them. The good points of the one I copy; the bad points of the other I correct in myself.”

According to Confucius, it is important for us to stretch our thinking. When we do, we learn.

If one learns from others but does not think, one will be continually confused.

If one thinks but refuses to learn from others, then one will remain narrow-minded and in ignorance.

But if we open ourselves to what others have to teach us, we become more well-rounded in our thinking. Some teachings will resonate with us; some may not. Some we will want to apply to our lives; some we won’t. Either way, whether we agree or disagree, we are to respect the process and one another.

Learning can happen in any moment from any source. For Confucius, learning occurs “even when walking in the company of two other men.” Whatever is present in our reality at that particular moment can serve as a teacher when we open ourselves up to the experience.

Learning doesn’t have to take place in a formal setting like a school or a university; it can happen in the most common of places. Teaching doesn’t have to come from professors; it can come from the common man, woman, child, animal, place, or thing.

When we choose to become students in the open classroom of life, we find ourselves “bound to be able to learn” from life’s teachers, whoever and whatever those teachers may be. Our learning will be much more meaningful when we acknowledge that life sends many kinds of teachers.

Our teachers ultimately lead us to ourselves. They reflect who we are. When we see the “good points,” we will want to emulate them, copying them into the script of our lives. However, when we see the “bad points,” we are to “correct them” within ourselves.  We don’t necessarily erase them from our lives, but we work to transform them as part of our learning.

If we are to learn anything, we must be in a state of readiness.

As the adage goes, when the student is ready, the teacher appears.

Beneath the Veil

Today is day 2 of 29 Days of Spiritual Messages.

In our reading for truth, know that we are not seeking “the answer” that will explain the world to us, nor provide us with a patent for bliss. Instead, let us seek those things that bring meaning into our lives, making our own stay on this earth more interesting.

Our reading for today comes from the musical group Zingaia, a trance dance world music group whose sound is a blend of techno tribal beats, electronica, and sensuous female vocals. The result is exotic and hypnotic.
This piece is called “Beneath The Veil.” Click here to listen. Click on track number 6. It’s a nine-and-a-half minute journey; the music can be used while meditating. The lyrics come in at approximately the four-minute mark.
So get comfortable and follow along (it’s better with headphones). 

I am the first breath in crystalline space. Like the starry heavens,
My body arches in ecstasy around the secret center of the Sun.
Through the circling of the spheres shall you come to know me.
For I set the star of truth upon thy brow.


I am a paradise of deep wilderness,
The soul of Nature and Mother of the Earth.
Fragrant and fertile is my body,
Touch me in the petals of every sweet blossom.

Through abundance shall you come to know me.
For I am thy oasis, pouring forth the waters of life.
I am in the heart that rejoices,
And in the body dancing forth the essence of immortality.

Mine are the sighs of passion and also the cries of birth.
Feel my presence in the pulse of thy center
Through desire shall you come to know me, my Beloved,
For I ignite the Sacred Fire…

Who is the “I am” in the opening line and repeated throughout? What do you notice about the language used? How does the language and imagery make you feel?

We start with an air of mystery. Someone is addressing us in an unusual fashion. Normally, when we meet someone, that person introduces him- or herself by giving us a name so that we know who it is. Here, we are not given specifics, only the strange metaphor “I am the first breath in crystalline space.” And so I respond with “I am intrigued.” There is something very alluring about this person, something attractive. 
The celestial language tells us that this “person” is otherworldly; it has given life by being this “first breath.” This is the Source of All Life. Just as the heavenly bodies circle the sun, this Source knows with certitude that we, too, shall come to know it, for it has “set the star of truth upon [our] brow.” This star, this light, is what will navigate us. We have a divinely designed built-in homing device.
Not only is this Source ethereal; it is earthly as a “paradise of deep wilderness,” something that is everywhere but can never be contained or tamed. It goes even deeper than the surface of the physical and the natural; it is “soul” and “mother.” Source gives life; it is Creator, it is “fertile” and ripe, ready to create and creating at all times. All we need to do is to follow it’s imperative when it tells us, “Touch me in the petals of every sweet blossom.” Source wants, even commands, our attention. One touch and a whole new world is explodes into being.
Source moves on to establish a second time that we will come to know it “through abundance” for it is our “oasis, pouring forth the waters of life.” Source, as an oasis, is our refuge; it gives us rest and sustenance, where we may grow strong. Here, we find that Source is within us, “in the heart that rejoices, and in the body dancing forth the essence of immortality.” The heart is a place of love; Source is the eternal state of love, dynamic and ever-flowing, moving fully in us in grace and joy.

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Finally, Source lifts the veil and reveals that not only is Source our center, but it is “the pulse of [our] center; it is closer than our next breath, and it is our very existence. Source again speaks in the imperative when it tells us to “Feel my presence,” and as we do, it reminds us for the third time that “through our desire” shall we come to know Source, for Source is what ignites the “Sacred Fire.” And then as our desire awakens and intensifies, we come to know our relationship with this Mystery when it addresses us directly and personally as “my Beloved.” Source has always been and always will be with us, in us, living and breathing through us as One. 

Through these lyrics we see the progression or the evolution of our relationship with Source. What starts enshrouded in Mystery as something seemingly far away, unknown, and disconnected blossoms into a deeply personal, intimate, passionate love affair with Spirit.

Wow.

Blessings.

In Case You Missed It…

For the past month, I’ve offered information, exercises, and activities to help you grow spiritually through my series 31 Days of Spiritual Growth.

Every day we encounter opportunities, or spiritunities as I refer to them, that call us to our highest good and invite us to witness how all things are interconnected by and with Spirit.

But we miss them when we aren’t mindful.

All too often, we are in too much of a hurry in life, and as a result, we lose moments of insights, epiphanies, grace, beauty, and joy. We take things for granted, and we close ourselves off to the world of the Sacred.


To grow spiritually, we must consciously choose to put ourselves in a place where we are open, receptive, and totally present in the moment. We do this by asking and inviting spiritunities to reveal themselves. Once we open our spiritual eyes, we see a world of wonders that has been around us all along. The exercises and activities in this series will allow you to deepen your relationship with the Sacred.

In case you missed some of the posts in my series, I’ve linked all of them here for your convenience.

Day 1:  Attention Deficit or Dividend?
Day 2:  Becoming A Connoisseur Of The Commonplace
Day 3:  Hungry For Meaning
Day 4:  Letting Silence Speak
Day 5:  Co-Partners In Creation
Day 6:  The Sacred Institute For Spiritual Studies
Day 7:  Making Peace With The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
Day 8:  Making Friends With Frustration
Day 9:  Gettin’ Your Vibe On
Day 10: Put On Your Wonderwear
Day 11:  Yes Yes YES
Day 12:  Mountaintop Message Up Yonder
Day 13:  Avoid Spiritual Suicide
Day 14:  Your Chariot Awaits
Day 15:  Getting Your Emotional House In Order
Day 16:  Victim or Victor?
Day 17:  Scratching That Spiritual Itch
Day 18:  Be A Prophet of Play
Day 19:  What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Day 20:  Dog Day Afternoon
Day 21:  From Underdog to Top Dog
Day 22:  Mountains and Rivers and Valleys, Oh My!
Day 23:  Staring Down The Barrel of Truth
Day 24:  Taking The Plunge
Day 25:  Muskrats, Microscopes, and Mystery
Day 26:  Catapult Your Desire
Day 27:  Your Divine Design
Day 28:  Downgrade Fear By Upgrading Your Thinking
Day 29:  Watch Your Language!
Day 30:  Coming Out Spiritually
Day 31:  Break the Spell and Go to Health

After you have completed the series, be sure to come back and share your experiences with me.

Blessings.

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Break The Spell and Go To Health

Many of us have been under a powerful spell.

The spell of social conditioning.

It’s time to break it.

We don’t realize how much of our life’s choices are governed by this type of programming.

We are told how to act, how to look, how to speak, what to wear, where to live, what to think, what to learn, and so on.

Basically, we are told by others how to live our lives, and the sad thing is, we actually listen without question, thinking that because everyone else is doing the same thing, we should do the same.

Images of Macbeth‘s three witches, the Weird Sisters, come to mind, chanting, “Double, double, toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble” over their hell-broth as they plot the duping and demise of Macbeth. All sorts of vile ingredients, scavenged from animals and humans, go into their spell-casting.

Unfortunately, Macbeth never breaks the spell, even after taking part in the creation of it. By the time he realizes the truth, it’s too late.

But it is never too late for us to get out from under the spell of societal conditioning. We can take back our power and create our own “spells.”

I’ve always found that whenever I “had” to follow the dictates of society or the expectations of others, my body would react violently in the form of massive migraines that would send me to the hospital; I’d be wiped out for days at a time. I “knew” that what I was being told I should do was going against what I wanted to do for my own highest good. 

I had to do something or else live my life in a debilitating state, and when I finally stood up to those Goliaths, all hell broke loose, but it was the best thing to happen because I got to live life on my own terms. If I wanted to make a mess of my life, then I could. If I wanted to make something of my life, then by God I could to do that, too.

I broke the spell when I realized that I had a choice. I could choose to live by others’ rules and expectations, thereby sentencing my life to one of misery and hell, or I could choose to live a life of my own creation, freely, openly, and expansively, from the inside out. The migraines vanished, and I got my health (and my mind) back.

Whenever someone says to me, “Well, you’re supposed to do this,” or “You should do that,” I always come back with “Who says?” especially when I’m not feeling in alignment with what they are telling me.

To break the “spell,” you must first reclaim your power. Our power can be taken away when we are unaware, unarmed, or unprotected. Realize that your power is yours to give, to keep, or to take back. Be aware of your choices. Take responsibility for yourself. Say no when you must, especially if you are not in alignment with someone else’s choices for you. 

Own up to your part in the creation of things past. Things don’t simply happen “to” you; they happened because you allowed them to happen. Let these go; they no longer define you. Forgive yourself. Forgive others. Move on.
Once you’ve reclaimed your power, decide how to use that power. Will you use it to inflict harm on others for what has happened in the past, or will you use it to create the highest good for all? The power to create is an awesome responsibility. School yourself in this responsibility to know how to use it wisely.
Trust your Inner Guidance System. Tap into this system on a daily basis. Honor it. Let it speak to you. Here you will find an abundance of wisdom to guide you. It will let you know when it is not in alignment because your body will react physically with discomfort or unease.
Believe in Divine Direction. Your Divine Essence will not lead you down a harmful path. Know that you are being divinely led in the direction you are meant to go, even if others think otherwise. An uncommon strength will rise up to help you power forward on your path.
Do no harm to others or to yourself. When you are in alignment with Spirit, you will cease to do or say anything harmful as you create and expand. You will act from a place of great love, not fear.

Breaking the spell of social conditioning is about taking control of your life, rather than letting others control it for you. As you practice your own brand of Spiritcraft, you will find all areas of your life improving, growing, and expanding. 

Blessed be!
Spiritwork:

Create your own “spell” or “healing-broth.” Write it in the form of a short rhyming poem. Fill it with compassion, empathy, and respect for you, others, and your Creator. Let it guide and direct your energies for the good of all. This can be your creed, personal statement, mission statement, etc. Recite it often, pray it, meditate on it, or chant it as a mantra. Create a special “brew” such as a cup of tea to accompany your “spell.” You may also create your own special ritual around this activity.

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Muskrats, Microscopes, and Mystery

Spirit leads us in strange ways. Let me share a story to illustrate.

When I was a little girl, I wanted a microscope set and a dissection kit. 

Instead, I kept getting dolls.  
I hated dolls. I didn’t like their eyes. They scared me. So I blindfolded them and put them in the back of my closet where’d I’d never see them.
I continued to ask for a microscope set and kit. But whenever I’d ask, my mother would say, “Go play with your dolls.”
“No,” I finally said. “I gave them all away.” 
“You what?” she demanded.
“I gave them all away. I didn’t like them,” I asserted.  Mother took a long drag from her cigarette to calm herself.
“Well, you’re not getting a microscope.”
Drop back and punt.
I went into the woods to explore and stumbled upon two dead muskrats, side by side. I had always been a curious child, wanting to understand how things worked. Seeing those two muskrats made me want to know why they died.
So, I took them home.
I laid them out on my mom’s new picnic table, took needles and scissors from her sewing basket, and grabbed a filet knife. Never having done a dissection before, I approached it with care and respect. I wanted to know how their insides were put together and how this thing called “life” worked. And what better way to study life than to study death? Victor Frankenstein, eat your heart out!  
When I got my ungloved hands inside, I suddenly felt deeply connected to something much bigger than myself, though I couldn’t explain it at the time. Everything seemed connected; I saw myself in those muskrats and I saw them in me. I felt life pumping through me from everything around me, like I was touching a giant heart in the Universe, yet feeling that I was somehow that heart. But when I heard the strained squeak of the screen door behind me, the life went out of me. Uh oh. The sound of trouble.  
There I stood, my hands tangled in ten feet worth of intestines, as my mother gasped in horror. “Why can’t you just be a normal little girl!
I was punished and forced to dispose of the remains, which I later retrieved in secret to give them the proper burial service they deserved. I prayed, “God, please accept these muskrats into heaven. Amen.” I covered them gently and placed lilacs on their graves. God had two new playmates in heaven.
I finally got that microscope set.
I don’t know why Spirit put me on such an unusual path of exploration at that time. But I was determined to get that microscope set. And nothing was going to stop me, not even being punished. I didn’t want to be normal. I didn’t like it. Normal just didn’t fit. It seemed so confining and unnatural. When I got my way, it really wasn’t about getting my way. It was about honoring something deep inside of me. 
Spirit will lead us down some unusual paths. That’s just how Spirit works. We don’t always know where our paths will lead, but that is the beauty of it. It’s an adventure. It’s a love affair. It’s something that can’t — and won’t — be ignored. 
The direction of our paths, no matter where they begin, will change and evolve as we grow, as we learn, as we experience life. Our paths evolve with us as we evolve on our paths. When we put our lives under a microscope, we begin to examine the deeper questions of life. That’s because deep down inside we want to connect, and we have to dig deep into the guts of life, of ourselves, to embrace and honor that sacred connection. 
What is your path teaching you? In what ways has Spirit grabbed you by the guts? How are you honoring it?
Spiritwork:

Walking the spiritual path is a journey into the unknown. We can have an idea of where we are going, and we can work toward those ideas, but at the same time, great mysteries abound and confound, requiring us to have an abiding respect for such processes. Sometimes we must wait in a state of expectation of things unexpected along the way. 
Take some time to contemplate mysteries. Vow to respect the complexity and mystery of life. Cherish the baffling, hidden, curious, and enigmatic dimensions of your existence and the world around you. Resist the temptation to ask, “Why?” 
Create a ritual in which you yield to the “unknowing.” Rituals are a wonderful way to reinforce a spiritual practice. Create one that reflects who you are in the Mystery of God. Honor the Great Mystery through this ritual. Perhaps it entails wearing all white or all black to signify your devotion to the mysteries of life. Or, maybe it involves chanting a sacred word that represents mystery. Use your imagination.
Blessings.

The Sacred Institute for Spiritual Studies

Spirituality is all around us and in us.

When we understand this, no matter where we look, spiritual revelations abound.

And when we come to know these revelations, then everything we encounter and everyone we meet is a teacher.

Stuck in traffic? Patience.

Difficult people? Empathy and compassion.

Unexpected guests? Hospitality.

When we choose to see all of life as a classroom filled with spiritual lessons, we make an agreement with Spirit to reach the sacred fullness of our potential. It takes being alert, being receptive, and being humble.

A major obstacle to this practice is pride. If we think we already know it all, or think that we have it all figured out, our progress will slow or stop until we remember that we need to walk in humility. Sometimes recurrent issues occur until we learn the lesson embedded in them. As Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön says, “Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.”

When we examine the curriculum of spiritual education, we find courses being offered at every moment. We can enroll at any time, it’s inexpensive, and classes are conducted anywhere by an abundance of teachers. Nothing is useless in Spirit’s classroom; it’s all for our learning, if we so choose.

Spiritwork:

Spirit constantly surprises us with new and uncommon teachers, along with unpredictable lessons. As you go about your day, be alert to your teachers in whatever form they take. Sit under a tree and ask it to reveal its teachings. As you are eating, ask your fork what it can teach you. While you are enjoying your garden, learn from the spider and the web it has created.

Sometimes the biggest lessons we learn come from seemingly negative experiences like illness, suffering, difficulties, or death. If you find yourself in one of these courses, open yourself up to the experience, and ask of it, “What is it that I am to learn?” Your openness, willingness, and receptivity will pave the way for the answers to come.

Let me know how your lessons are progressing. Your stories are welcome here.

Blessings.

Related Posts:

Introduction to 31 Days of Spiritual Growth. Here you will find links to all the posts in this series.

31 Days Of Spiritual Growth

Join me for my new series “31 Days Of Spiritual Growth.”

Beginning October 1, 2013, I will post 31 days of exercises and activities (see below for links) designed for your spiritual growth. This will be a hands-on, heart-centered approach to heighten your awareness of the Sacred in your life.

Every day we encounter opportunities, or spiritunities as I refer to them, that call us to our highest good and that call us to witness how all things are interconnected by and with Spirit.

But we miss them when we aren’t mindful.

All too often, we are in too much of a hurry in life, and as a result, we lose moments of insights, epiphanies, grace, beauty, and joy. We take things for granted, and we close ourselves off to the world of the Sacred.


To grow spiritually, we must consciously choose to put ourselves in a place where we are open, receptive, and totally present in the moment. We do this by asking and inviting spiritunities to reveal themselves. Once we open our spiritual eyes, we see a world of wonders that has been around us all along.

For the next 31 days, use these spiritual practices to deepen your relationship with the sacred. “We are what we practice,” Jewish writer Avram Davis reminds us. “If we become angry a lot, then essentially we are practicing anger. And we become quite good at it. Conversely, if we practice being joyful, then a joyful person is what we become.” 
Be sure to come back to this page for links to all 31 posts. I will link them each day for your convenience.

Day 1:  Attention Deficit or Dividend?
Day 2:  Becoming A Connoisseur Of The Commonplace
Day 3:  Hungry For Meaning
Day 4:  Letting Silence Speak
Day 5:  Co-Partners In Creation
Day 6:  The Sacred Institute For Spiritual Studies
Day 7:  Making Peace With The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
Day 8:  Making Friends With Frustration
Day 9:  Gettin’ Your Vibe On
Day 10: Put On Your Wonderwear
Day 11:  Yes Yes YES
Day 12:  Mountaintop Message Up Yonder
Day 13:  Avoid Spiritual Suicide
Day 14:  Your Chariot Awaits
Day 15:  Getting Your Emotional House In Order
Day 16:  Victim or Victor?
Day 17:  Scratching That Spiritual Itch
Day 18:  Be A Prophet of Play
Day 19:  What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Day 20:  Dog Day Afternoon
Day 21:  From Underdog to Top Dog
Day 22:  Mountains and Rivers and Valleys, Oh My!
Day 23:  Staring Down The Barrel of Truth
Day 24:  Taking The Plunge
Day 25:  Muskrats, Microscopes, and Mystery
Day 26:  Catapult Your Desire
Day 27:  Your Divine Design
Day 28:  Downgrade Fear By Upgrading Your Thinking
Day 29:  Watch Your Language!
Day 30:  Coming Out Spiritually
Day 31:  Break the Spell and Go to Health

Blessings!