Source, Spirit, God, Higher Power…

But are you really listening?

Blessings of Conflict

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Blessings of conflict

Yes. There is always a way to resolve conflicts.

No. You can’t resolve certain conflicts.

BS.

Many blessings, Sandi

Turning 81, and heck, let’s get our nails done!

Happy Birthday Mom!

Yes, 81… I wish I could say 18 but then I wouldn’t be born, or writing this post right now… So, sorry mom, I guess you’ll have to turn 81! She might be horrified to know I broadcasted this on Anchor, so shhhhhhh will you??

I’m looking forward to our day together. Some people can’t say they still have their parents, and my heart goes out to them. I am grateful every day to have both of my parent’s and will be taking my mom to lunch and to get her nails done!

My dad will be next with Father’s day around the corner. I will cherish everyday I have with them, and be grateful for every day I have to count my blessings!

Freedom

A new day, in a new life. Breaking free of self-imposed chains; external forces that cuffed me somewhere along the way; seeing a new way forward inspired by seemingly impossible obstacles to overcome; Easter. The day we observe The resurrection of Jesus Christ.

This isn’t a post about religion. It’s an acknowledgement that we experience many endings in our lifetimes. And through those endings, emerge new beginnings.

Today, I celebrate my own release. Release from negative live-feed internal nonsense, and build healthy boundaries around those who seek to tear down my efforts.

🥂, may you all find beauty, courage, and strength around your soul. 💞

Many blessings 🙏🏼, Sandi

Faithful Forty: Day 20

I’ve made a lot of assumptions about people and situations. I’ve done so because people can be predictable.

However, I find I am wrong today. I don’t know that I can advise anyone on how to not make assumptions, but I can say, what if the opposite of what you think is true?

I’m making this short and sweet. And leaving you with that question.

Many blessings, Sandi

faithful forty: Day nine

Building bridges:

I’m not an engineer of any kind, but I try to engineer my life as best as possible. Bridges allow us to get from one point to another, because there’s too wide a gap to get to the ohter side otherwise.

As I continue to observe lent 2021 in my own way, I realize more than ever, and most especially with COVID-19 being a constant threat, how important it is to be the bridge for others. It amazes me how often I will run into a situation involving family, friends, even strangers, that I allow myself to be the one to connect whatever needs connecting, to get things done.

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If you can, will you be the bridge for another person(s), because you know it will make a big difference, for something seemingly inconsequential, then will you?

Today, will you ask another if you can help in any way? Will you smile with your eyes because you’re wearing your mask, but you want that person to know, there are good people out there?

Today, I challenge you: will you be someone else’s bridge?

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” -Mother Teresa

Many blessings, Sandi

Made with love

Sandi’s Sacred Spritz

Hi folks!

It’s New Year’s eve Eve… and I’m so happy to share the 3D version of my 5D spritzer! I created this through divine guidance and love. Made with love.

This is a 2.7oz bottle with Lavender oil, sea salt, holy water, and purified water.

Want more info on this amazing purifying, relaxing, lavender-scented spray? Click here for more info!

Many, many blessings to you all as we enter a new year. 2021 Keep on keeping on!!

Sandi

Yes, you can

One time, a few years back, I tried to cut a chain that was locked on my parent’s gate. The key to the lock couldn’t be found. The links were thick, and the chain cutter I tried to use, was difficult and awkward to maneuver. I thought maybe I wasn’t putting my back into it enough.

So, was it the human element in breaking the chain gone amiss, or was it the wrong tool? Maybe I should’ve tried helping my parent’s find the key with more effort, or maybe the gates shouldn’t have been locked that day?

Chains for me have always felt like an element of entrapment. I wanted to remind myself, and hopefully you, as the reader, that chains come in many different forms: Fear, scarcity, disillusioned obligations, lies, manipulation, and – fill in the blanks.

As the year 2020 wraps up, I see now how I have inadvertently broken many chains. I call this blessings in disguise. I plan to use these opportunities for growth, personal evolution, personal revolution, and creative new beginnings. What about you?

Many blessings,

Sandi