Do you exist when you’re alone? If no one else saw what you were doing for an entire day, did you do any of those things? Silly questions right? Of course the answers are yes! If your friend went to work all day and didn’t tell you about it, you may not have observed it but they still could have been there. What about your thoughts, feelings and inner experiences? Do those exist even though no one else sees them?

I don’t believe any of us have the right to say whether something exists or not. Many are very convinced that some things are real and others… not so much… especially when they seemingly contradict one another. Aliens? Sure. Science? Absolutely. God? I believe so. Astrology? Why not? Angels? Sounds good to me. Spirits? Of course! The moon? I’ve never been there and I know there are plenty of conspiracies, but sure. Parallel universes, the North Pole, Narnia, Australia… you get the idea.

Consider everything in your day to day that no one sees. You know that’s real. Give the benefit of the doubt to something else you may have been skeptical of. Be surprised. Don’t worry about being “wrong”.

with love, katie

Does the way you see the world support you? I’m not talking about “limiting beliefs” or anything “serving you”. Really dig as deep as you can. This could be religion, philosophy, science, or none of the above. What is it that you believe in? What is this world to you?

with love, katie

There are so many conversations surrounding “surrender” and what it means to “do that”. If that doesn’t make any sense to you, consider “surrender” to be a quality of life instead of just a one-time act.

This could mean many different things. Maybe it means that this is a multidimensional experience where you are always in a state of surrender and that is how you make decisions. Maybe this means you work with the many dimensions of your being from this state instead of against them. Maybe this means that you are at peace with all states and seasons of being, even “non peace”. What does it mean to you?

with love, katie