Spirituality and Real Life are not mutually exclusive. You can intertwine the two to enrich your day-to-day life, and expand your consciousness. I talked about mindfully following the breath in this post. The breath is the foundation. When life gets in the way – and it will – just come back to the breath. Maybe… Continue reading Can You Be More Spiritual But Also Have a Real Life?
We get so wrapped up in the day-to-day that it’s easy to let spirituality slip to the side, if you even consider it for half a moment. Most people say they don’t have time to exercise, let alone the luxury of contemplating their own consciousness and place in the Universe. Think you don’t have time… Continue reading Meditation Now!
Losing Mom wasn’t the hardest part. The hardest part is dealing with the aftermath. Trying to keep siblings from gouging each other’s hearts out ranks right up there in the Top Two Most Difficult Aspects of Losing a Parent. Then there’s cleaning out the mountains of debris and accumulated detritus crowding Mom’s home of close… Continue reading Why Do You Believe in the Paranormal?
On Saturday, Oct. 22, I drove out to Concrete, WA for Forest Moon Paranormal's first Paracon. Concrete is tucked in the mountains near the Washington-Canada border, at the base of Mt.Baker. Multiple UFO sightings, an active Bigfoot population, and the town of Concrete itself is extremely haunted. You couldn't ask for a more perfect location… Continue reading Where Can You Find Ghosts, Aliens and Bigfoot? Paracon!
Wondering what to watch in this long, cold stretch until Game of Thrones returns with the summer? I have one word for you. Westworld. I never saw the original movie with Yul Brynner, so I came to this with no expectations or preconceived notions. I knew the basic premise - robots in an amusement park… Continue reading TV I Love – Westworld
I had a totally different post planned to put up, but then I found this trailer on Twitter. Have your tissues ready. I watched this and thought it one of the most heartwarming trailers I'd seen. It's based on the book of the same title by W. Bruce Cameron and it spent 52 weeks on… Continue reading Our Pets and Reincarnation
I love hiking! Ok, so I don't backpack into the back country. Yet anyway. But I am so fortunate that here in the Puget Sound I have access to so many different types of hiking trails to explore. Being out in Nature forges a connection between you and the Earth that you just can't get… Continue reading Haunted Hiking Trails
I loved the movie Galaxy Quest. . I loved it in all its cheesy glory. I mean, we all know what it wasn't, right? It wasn't exquisite art or high drama. It wasn't an Academy Award contender. It was quite unashamedly escapist entertainment. Every cliche, every nod to some other sci-fi production, they all generated… Continue reading Life Lessons in Unexpected Places
Hub and I went on a Ghost Tour last weekend. I love that sort of thing, and his daughter gave us a gift certificate for the tour for Christmas. We were lucky it wasn't raining, but cold and foggy, which gave the perfect atmosphere. Just the history part made the tour worthwhile, but we made… Continue reading Weird Weekend – Modern Ghost Hunting Part One
Oh the best laid plans...you know the end of that quote. I had all these plans to get so much writing done on my time off! Blog posts queued up, WIP work, but darn reality anyway, threw me for a huge loop. On the 19th, I woke up early to blood spattered all over the… Continue reading Wild And Weird, But What Happened To The Mayan Apocalypse?