LIFE IN THE MOMENTS
Ponderings and Musings offering insights into better living.
by Nora Helbich
We have opportunities of learning, growth and healing in the random moments of our life. However, they’re not that random at all. In our quest for better living we ponder our issues and questions to the Universe all the time. Our spirit calls us to those situations that bring up greater understanding. It’s up to us to become aware, notice the lessons around us everyday. These posts reflect that awareness as it shows up in my life. If it shows up for me, then it’s probably showing up for others. In my desire to be of service, I’m sharing these insights as they appear for me. Maybe you can relate. Happy reading.
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This year 2019 offers each of us the greatest support for transformative releasing and healing so far. The increasing energies of ascension are moving us forward at record speed. Fear not that it’s taking a long time, we really are moving through things much faster than ever before. As an Intuitive Healer, I am keenly aware of these energies and how they show up in my own journey. Of course then, there are those divinely-inspired moments of healing in the strangest places, when you least expect it. This is one
During the last quarter of each year, I receive information from Source that provides guidance about what is needed to move through the year ahead. I receive messages or downloads about what the energy of the year will bring and how that energy is supporting us in our growth and evolution. No one is immune or above these energies and everyone will deal with something in their lives relative to this energy regardless of who you are, what you know and how you live. We are ALL evolving. I’ve been
What a trip it’s been! More than 10 years ago I had a spontaneous opening to my intuitive healing gifts. I remember at the beginning wondering what was happening and more importantly, what was I supposed to do about it. During this last 10 years, I’ve healed and grown in ways I could never have imagined. My life experiences have changed from difficult and challenging to exciting and creative. However it was certainly not a straight, narrow or level road. The curves, the edges, the ups and downs have made
I have said it before and I will say it again. Change is the only constant. When we resist change we resist the greatest part of us that nudges us forward to bigger and better things. Some people are great with change. Others not so much. I am one of those people that likes a lot of change. Heck, I can’t stand the furniture in the same setup too long. Change keeps me growing and it keeps me interested. When things do not change I get bored and then
In a recent discussion with a friend we were reviewing how to identify those moments when we weren’t being authentic. For many, it seems that our masks have played such a role that we often forget we are wearing them. They become comfortable. With the limited vision we are frequently unaware of those inauthentic moments until it’s too late. Sometimes we even believe the façade. How do we recognize ourselves in those times when our truth is too painful to face, or our vulnerability too great to accept our true
I thought that after the recent experience in a business environment I had learned about all about ‘being real’. That breakthrough lesson which taught me more about my connections with others. It was a growth experience: the epiphany that hiding is what keeps us separate from others and disallows the Oneness. I had learned my lesson and I was happy to move forward. I couldn’t wait to share this experience with a dear, dear friend. This friend demonstrated her spirituality, compassion, kindness, gentleness, service, and love everywhere she went throughout
Come out! Come out! Wherever you are! It’s time to stop hiding. Unfortunately, many people today still feel it necessary to hide themselves from others. I’m starting this blog series about what it takes to be real and how we can release barriers to full expression. We expect authenticity from others but can we recognize when we are inauthentic, and do we feel aware and empowered to change? Authenticity is defined as the degree to which one is true to one's own personality, spirit, or character, despite external pressures; sincere
So, it might seem like a strange title for this blog given that Groundhog Day was two weeks ago. It’s also a funny thing, because almost everyone has seen the movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray and the mere mention of it, makes people smile or laugh with the recall. It made me laugh, but then I’m easily amused. Today, I finally got around to skimming the Time magazine that arrived several days ago. Yep, that’s me, just a skim and always after the fact. Now, right there, on Page
I’m no gymnast but I certainly understand the important of balance in life. Like most people I’ve ‘fallen off the beam’ more than once in my life and have come to understand that all forward movement requires the art of balance. I’ve often marveled at the young gymnasts; their ability, the agility, the flexibility. That's never been me. My muscle type is high-tone, which means there is too much tension in the muscle at rest. In other words, the muscle is tight and tense even though it is not doing anything.
Eclipsed It was 5:00 a.m. and much earlier than I normally rise. But this wasn’t just another day. It was worth it. At the time I didn’t understand how it could be, but it wasn’t long before the gift was illuminated within me. This once-in-a-lifetime Super Blue Moon Total Lunar Eclipse was happening now and I was finally in a location to see it. Just another reason why I love Albuquerque & New Mexico! It was such a gift! The moon hung suspended directly in front of my large picture
El Morro - The Headland More than four centuries ago, a then modern-day traveler crossing west through what is now New Mexico, was suffering from the long travel across the high dessert. In search of relief from the relentless sun and lack of water, he sought the shade of a giant sandstone bluff to rest, or possibly prepare himself for the end his journey in life. As if by divine guidance, as he lay himself down, he turned his head, and as if a mirage, we spied a hidden oasis
Light Among The Ruins - Ruins at Jemez Springs Each year, right around the Christmas Holidays, The Ruins at Jemez Springs, New Mexico hold an annual event Light Among the Ruins. They caretakers of this historical site, setup hundreds of luminarias, or farolitos throughout the site. The site has several adjoining buildings including the ruins of the 17th century stone San José de los Jemez church. First this tiny village prepares and lights these tiny magical lanterns, then they open the site for visitors. I had the pleasure of experiencing