it’s not about midlife crisis…


(Jeff on the television show “Survivor-Second Chance Cambodia”)

I loved Jeff’s (a participant on the tv show Survivor) quote on Survivor this week after he related that he’d be turning 50 next year –he stated, “…it’s not about a midlife crisis; it’s about a midlife quest.”  A quest–awesome!  (and then right after that he exclaimed “something just bit my ass!”)  I guess some quests start off a little rockier than others…quest on Jeff!

Namaste and many blessings!***

it’s alway important to travel and see how others live…I mean in Scotland…

what….really, whisky soup!??…and this entire time I’ve been eating minestrone and chicken and rice soup.  Thank you Scotland.  Thank you for opening my eyes to new soup options!  I didn’t realize how much I was limiting myself.  I will immediately be expanding my soup options.  ;)


very beautiful in Scotland with many beautiful souls (who apparently drink whisky soup hehehe)

namaste and many blessings***

every place is under the stars, every place is the center of the world


(hanging out with the fairies***)

“The lesson which life repeats and constantly enforces is “look under foot.”  You are always nearer the divine and the true sources of your power than you think.  The lure of the distant and the difficult is deceptive.  The great opportunity is where you are.  Do not despise your own place and hour.  Every place is under the stars, every place is the center of the world.”    –John Burroughs

as Denise Linn loves to remind us–your life is happening right now, not when you graduate, not when you get married, not when you have kids, not when you start a career or your kids are grown….now.

It’s all happening right now.  You are the one you’ve been waiting for and you are exactly where you are supposed to be.  Exactly.  Timing Is Everything.

So embrace where you are.

Feel your heart chakra opening and radiating out all of that love and deep inner light residing inside of you (it is there even if you don’t feel it!) and let the waves of that pure essence of You reverberate in and out of you again and again and go put on some stereo headphones and (mildly?!) crank up my favorite Snatam Kaur song (The Mul Mantra–Inner Truth (off of the album called The Light of Naam–there are other songs called Mul Mantra that she sings but the one I *love* is off of this specific album.  It just feels like *sacred joyful glowing splendor*)–as a side note, this song is strangely ethereal in the wee morning dark hours curled up and cozied with a cup of tea before anyone else is stirring.

Namaste and many blessings to you where you are***