The Dream

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King. He dreamed of a better world for all of us: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Let me share with you a few words about my dreams: I have a dream that one day soon we are going to share who we are and what we have with all others – creating on every planet a welcoming home for all of us. I have a dream that through a leap of consciousness we will save the planet making room for all our brothers and sisters, for all plants, animals and birds to expand and live free. I have a dream that we reconnect with our divine nature being one with God, and inviting the divine light into our lives. I have a dream that we live an authentic life, and we create a healthy model for our children nourishing their dreams and transformations. I have a dream that as we live our dreams we make room for even bigger dreams for all of us. What is your dream?  Please share your dreams with us. May your deepest dreams come true!

A New Year And A New You

A brand New Year started and more opportunities to renew our lives are here for us now. What do you believe is waiting you in 2013? What is this year’s theme for you? Choose an adjective describing this year. What personal qualities do you want to enhance in this year? What dreams do you want to accomplish this year? What is your personal mission this year? Please answer all these questions to be able to start consciously creating your own 2013.  And if you want my help with manifesting them I will be honored to help you. May 2013 be the best year ever of your life!

Happy New Year, Dear Friends!

I wish you a year of joy, love, prosperity and magic!  And that you will manifest in your lives all the desires and the goals you set for 2013. I welcomed the New Year at Yoshi’s San Francisco (the landmark jazz bar on Fillmore street) listening to the funky sounds of Maceo Parker.  This month I am going to travel to three different destinations, and I believe my 2013 is going to be a year of transformation and rapid improvement in many areas of my life. On the first of January while filling up in a gas station, I watched other customers around me as they laboriously and with tense faces were cleaning their cars. I understood then the New Year’s resolution concept in a very different light. Those people did not look motivated or happy to accomplish their task;  they were hastily going through the motions acting out of self imposed duty and maybe even shame, and I understood why a lot of New Year’s resolutions do not last beyond the end of January. I decided then and there to make 2013 a year of being, a year of going with the flow in my life.  A year of acceptance and allowance.  A year of trusting and letting God bring into my life all that is most important for me to have, to do, and to be. What about you, dear friends? What are you ready to let go or to start anew in your lives in 2013?