Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Moment In Time – A Memory Forever

There’s not a day that goes by that my heart and soul doesn’t crave to be out in nature. Summer is the perfect time for camping, hiking, biking, slack lining, picnics, and anything else where the sun warms your face and fresh air can invade your lungs.

Buckhorn is about 45 minutes out of Fort Collins; just far enough to be out of town but close enough to be convenient. I went up with some of my hippie buddies and they shared their longtime camping spot with me. I feel so blessed to have experienced it – they have found a little slice of Heaven up in the hills. You have to have a 4×4 to get up there and its seductively secluded. It’s obvious that not many people make it up that direction.

Another beautiful part of the puzzle is the campsite is right next to a quartz quarry; I was in hippie heaven haha. I spent lots of time looking at all the rocks and minerals; it was extremely grounding and made it easy to get lost and enjoy the moment. Getting away from the city and all the noise and insanity makes it easier to enjoy the simple things and stay present. I believe everyone should take some time out of their month, week, or even day to spend outside enjoying the little things in life. You’d be surprised how much happiness and joy it can bring you.

I had such an amazing time with all the free spirits around me. We had an awesome fire, made some good camping food and spent time jamming on drums and dancing around the fire. I really enjoyed drumming and am actually thinking about getting one myself. Its very therapeutic, a way to express yourself, and in a way a type of meditation. Again – another way to enjoy the present moment.

I am so thankful for the people I have in my life. I am so thankful for the experiences we have all shared together… And can’t wait to create more!

Namaste ❤


Letting Go – And Feeling Free

Laying in a circle surrounded by beautiful people and love; I hear the sounds of mother nature and sense the energy of the holy spirit around me. I feel the harmony of the instruments and the vibrations of everything around – embracing my heart – and entering my soul.

My heart is happy and I feel more grounded than I have in a long time tonight. I feel content with where my life is and I know I am on the right path. As I continue on this journey I meet more people with the same ideas and passions and its one of the best feelings in the world.

Meeting up with the wolf pack and friends has always been a magical experience and tonight was no exception. I know I met this group of enlightened people for a reason. We met up at city park to do sound healing and journeying. Sound healing operates on the principle of energy and vibrations. Our bodies are made up of at least 70% water and the molecules are affected by our surroundings and wavelengths within the air. With the right instruments and environment – you would be amazed at the power it holds. Music is therapy, and this kind of music is healing therapy. This was my first time experiencing such a thing and hope to experience it again soon. I feel energized, refreshed, happy, and almost exploding with joy. This is what living really feels like.

Jim and Sue met this wonderful group of traveling healers who brought their instruments along and did the treatment for us. They journey around the country spreading their insight and love. I feel truly blessed to have met them and hope to see them again in the future. This is just another sign that this is what I am supposed to do.

I have to let go of any fear or doubt. I have to follow my heart and tell my head to shut up and stop worrying in the process. Its good to be prepared and have a plan, but not to let it rule over your life. Go with the flow, and the flow will set you free.

My senses are heightened – the crickets are louder than ever, the air inside my lungs feels so refreshing, and this peach… Mmmm, lets just say it doesn’t stand a chance. Tonight is a beautiful night – and I hope it is for all who reads this as well. Namaste ❤