This Is What I Can Do. on the Deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade.

Posted Posted in The Journey

I heard the news about Anthony Bourdain. I read about Kate Spade earlier this week. My heart feels heavy. Suicide is never easy. One of my first intuitive hits I can recall happened I was 7 years old. Alone in the house at night. And it just came to me that my aunt had committed suicide. I knew was true. It was so clear, the energy passing through me. I was terrified and I wasn’t even sure I understood what it all meant. The phone rang several times but I was afraid… …Read More »

If Nothing Is Happening, Something’s Gone Wrong

Posted Posted in The Journey
It

When friends come to me and they’re zeroed in on the exact opposite of what they say they are after… I feel a little like Morpheus in the Matrix: Do you want the red pill or the blue pill? These friends are asking to feel better. They seek to feel more aligned. More lit up. More connected, plugged in, joyful. Often they are seeking a specific delight, which is a good thing because each of us is here to shine in our own way. My friends have an idea of… …Read More »

How to Remember You Are Spirit When Everything Feels like It’s Going Wrong.

Posted Posted in Intuitive Healing, The Journey
you are a supercollider

This pep talk goes out to you, friend.  I’m looking at YOU, awesomesauce, in the middle of your awakening journey. May this serve you where you need it most. You are infinite and timeless. A spark of the Divine. You come from somewhere else. This is the Truth we are practicing remembering. And even if we remember one fraction of a minute every other day, it still counts. You are not some finished product occasionally in need of a tiny tweaking. You are a spirit in a body who often needs… …Read More »

Read This If the Thought of the Holidays Feels Hard or Overwhelming or Just Like, SKIPPING!

Posted Posted in The Journey
holidays, family, and baggage, oh my!

On approaching the holiday season in the spirit of honoring how you feel and giving yourself permission to make space for you–even if that seems challenging, especially if you have people in your life who don’t get it. Hello, sweet friend! I am sending love and a hug your way today. Here in the states, it is almost Thanksgiving, which means it’s also almost Christmas Party Season along with Hanukkah and Festivus and Christmas Actual and Kwanzaa and Boxing Day and (ok I am stretching it a bit) New Year.… …Read More »

Have Courage, This Will All Work Out

Posted Posted in The Journey
you are courageous

There are days when you begin to suspect that this is the beginning of the apocalypse. Days when it feels like the roads are all closed. Days when you’ve been fighting your hardest to keep up with the whackness. Days when enough things have happened and now all you can hear are the small fry in your head telling you, just lay down and let the zombies take you already! Maybe you feel this situation has gone on long enough and you’re ready to quit. But please don’t give up.… …Read More »

Me Too, Wooboo.

Posted Posted in The Journey
Me too, wooboo.

Hello, sweet Friend, I am sending you some love and a bit of magic — the kind that is peaceful and sweet and knows just where it’s needed most. This has been a big week. Yikes, it feels like I’ve been saying that to you a lot lately. I thought about not writing to you about Me Too this week. I have this little issue with not wanting to be a downer in my letters to you. I get scared to ruin the party sometimes and I don’t want people fleeing… …Read More »

The past is like a too-tight brassiere.

Posted Posted in The Journey

Some of us cater our energy to the stories we carry from the past. We spend our time — right now — thinking about the past. And in one way or another, it makes us feel like crap. Maybe we’re longing for how it used to be. Today’s not great, yesterday was better. Or maybe there’s a horrible ugly which changed the trajectory of our lives forever, and we’re still reeling. Or maybe we think we’re all good with the past, we’re just hoping to ward off future evil based on… …Read More »

How to Freak Yourself out in a Good Way

Posted Posted in The Journey

Hello beloved, it’s me, Robin, with a special message from Spirit and me – a love bomb to uplift you and inspire you and help you get on track with your truest self. Not your fakey-fakey, woo-woo, ‘I must memorize all the affirmations to keep myself on track’ self, but your real true, awesome, beautiful, sparkly, perfect, creative, unique, SELF. And so this message is called how to freak yourself out in a good way. Think about that for a minute, how often do you go around freaking yourself out… …Read More »

Why We’re Afraid to Shine and How We Can (with video)

Posted Posted in Lightworker Love, The Journey
why we

Hello sweet Friend! Just because you were wounded doesn’t mean you can’t shine. It is completely possible for you to shine brightly, confidently, even if you were repeatedly told that you weren’t worth it or made to feel bad for being yourself. Today’s message is about shining brightly and why that’s so darn scary. Many of us were hurt for being ourselves… there we were, shining our light so very brightly, confidently, and right then we were clobbered for revealing our true selves. We were teased, or slapped, or shamed,… …Read More »

The Crack Where the Light Gets In

Posted Posted in The Journey
The Crack Where The Light Gets In by Robin Hallett

I’ve been spending a lot of time in quiet. Trying to get my bearings, waiting for the ride to slow. I’m reminding myself to breathe, to soften. Giving myself the little extras. I keep asking: Why am I so upset? Part of me is surprised to be feeling this way. As if it’s a problem, an inconvenience. As if some part of me is difficult because I am functioning at less than 100%. And yet, here I am. I can feel there’s this invisible thing I’m trying to find. So… …Read More »

Broken, but better.

Posted Posted in Relationships, The Journey, Transformation
Broken, but better. Healing from old emotional wounding by robin hallett

As a kid, I often felt helpless and unsafe around the people who were supposed to love me the most. I was at the mercy of their fluctuating moods and addictions. The experience of not being cherished or wanted was ongoing, relentless. My personal work today is sitting with how that wounding gets tweaked now as I meet people who resemble the cast of characters from childhood–the ones who seem unsafe, wildly fluctuating in their moods, addicted, and unable to cherish or respect me. On each of our paths, situations… …Read More »

It’s Your Rodeo, Baby. Are You Getting in That Ring?

Posted Posted in Courage, Success, The Journey
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It’s your rodeo, baby. Are you getting in that ring or are you sitting this one out? Either way, the show goes on. If you’re in, best don your hat and grab your gear. You’re going to need it when you ride 🙂 Sure, your fearlessness and bravery will get you up on the horse, but it’s your courage and determination that will see you through to ride another day. Faking it only gets you so far. I am sure plenty of people can pretend to ride a horse…until they… …Read More »

Don’t Let the Turkeys Get You Down

Posted Posted in Boundaries, The Journey
don

Or, How to not continue the crazy cycle of trying to please people who will never ever get you or understand you–not to mention why in the eff would we want to try and please the turkeys?! I know there are times when you think you’re too much, or too kooky. You worry about being too this, or too that. Judging who you are instead of lovingly embracing yourself no exceptions. And I am guessing that like me, you got into this bad habit because your people told you in… …Read More »

Ode to Winston the Wonder Dog

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Winston the Wonder Dog

Note from Winston the Wonder Dog: My parents took me to the vet a few weeks ago because they said I was honking too much. After all that poking and one unhappy thermometer experience, it turned out I had cancer. I swear I felt fine, other than the honking. My parents were brave. They made such a fuss over me–way more hot dogs and bacon in my days. And hamburger. And steak. And lots of massages and walks. Basically they let me do whatever I wanted. And yesterday, they were… …Read More »

Want Your Happiness More Than Your Upset

Posted Posted in Dealing with Upset, The Journey
want your happiness more than the upset

On why we need to stop honoring our suffering like it’s the most important thing happening everrrrr and how to stop freaking yourself out in a bad way. Want your happiness more than the upset. It’s something I talk about with friends often. And I love it when my friends say, but how how how? How can I want the happiness and peace when my upset is all I can think about? How can I sit here and wish for joy when my heart feels like it’s being ripped out… …Read More »