Being able to let go, to release anger and resentment toward another–or toward ourselves can be the ultimate challenge on the spiritual path. Nonetheless, we are continuously offered the opportunity to set ourselves and others free from the trap of unforgiveness. Here are several quotes and simple exercises to support your freedom.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on January 22, 2017
It is an honor to be here.
It is a perilous, ass-kicking, wonderful honor to be on the Earth at this time.
We are called to this. We have arrived. We are taking our places and stepping into our roles. We are here to wake up and bring Light to the darkness, starting with ourselves.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on June 30, 2015
Papa is dying: A great spirit is returning home. A wise man, at 93, is surrendering the body. He leaves us with the gifts of his strength of character, of purpose, of conviction. His was a steady hand through the storms of life. His was a pattern of spiritual fortitude and principles no matter the cultural values to the contrary.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on February 12, 2015
Here in the winter months, we may look forward to warmth and the longer days of light. Winter wants our attention, however. It wants to take us down into the crevasses where the roots are still very much alive and the subconscious is growing all things "good and bad" for our dynamic life. It is a time to honor the inner worlds.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on February 9, 2015
[Background: Zetta's Story is in Chapter 13 of my book, Going Out in Style: A Guide to Planetary Departure. In that part of her life story, Zetta talked about her journey with hepatitis C including an NDE (near-death experience) and the difficulties of returning to life after being assured by her doctors that she was dying. This second installation of her story shares the new challenges of living with Hep C--and discovering additional reasons for continuing to be on this side of the veil.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on August 18, 2014
Out she dropped! I squealed in horror and amazement as the huge garden spider skittered across the bathroom tile and under the door.
Evidently my morning newspaper had lain outside long enough for a small wanderer to hitch a ride indoors. After some clever maneuvering with a glass and a piece of paper for a lid, I tossed her back outside to her own spidery world.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on February 21, 2014
Notice Your Thoughts…
When you notice yourself thinking/feeling some of these things, you are on the conscious dying path.
I invite you to put your hand on your heart and take a deep breath of gratitude. As you adopt some of these attitudes, you are making it happen!
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on February 16, 2014
Are you living more consciously?If you notice yourself saying or feeling some of the following, you are on the conscious living path. Pat yourself on the back!
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on January 30, 2014
James, my client, grew up in The Netherlands in the 1950s. His father was in diplomatic work and his mother, Teresa, was a full-time homemaker. His family prized intellectual pursuits, music and the arts. It was a stable time for the family and James and his siblings were strongly encouraged to perfect themselves and make their mark in the world.
After Teresa's death in 2013, when the children were cleaning out her home, the following letter was discovered in a kitchen cupboard.
Posted by Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC, CCHT on January 23, 2014
Daniel was an avowed atheist. He was also my client Laura's friend. He died at age 97, some weeks prior to our session (below).