Category spiritual growth

Gail recording at radio station

Spiritual Growth-a Quick Spot

A brief radio spot-spiritual growth

Be Teachable-Quick Spot

A Radio Spot

How to Accept Life on Life’s Terms

As the years have gone (or flown) by I’ve learned a few lessons. The main one is I’m not the one in charge. It is only when I release that I am able to embrace life.

How to Live a Fulfilled Life

Think deeper. Think. Live your life seeking what your Master wants for you.

Let Guidance Come from Spirit

As a Life Coach, my aim is to guide – not dictate. I point you to your choices on the path ahead. I am not a Spiritual Director. I can only give you bits of guidance for your situation.

How to Take Bad News

True transformation increases your tranquility

Remain Teachable

It seems to me that one of the worst things we can do if we are on a spiritual path, is to think we don’t have anything else to learn-to be so sure of everything that we are unteachable. 

Divine Servant sculpture

Who Was He?

For me the fact that Jesus became the perfect example of a servant is one I cannot ignore or rationalize. Serving it the point. I watched my mother do it. The people I most admire are servants. It is only when serving that I’m most happy. In truth I believe service is therapeutic. If you want to heal, help.

The Road Less Traveled book cover

4Guiding Points from The Road Less Traveled

In the first section Peck addresses “discipline.” He states, “Discipline is the basic set of tools we require to solve life’s problems.” He encourages us to:

Delay gratification
Accept responsibility
Be dedicated to truth
Prioritize different requirements in our lives.

young woman writing in a diary

How to Have Peace

So many of us lack the patience to wait for God. We lack contemplation.
Myss writes in Entering the Castle, “Contemplation . . . nourishes your soul. It stimulates your relationship with the divine.”