Dear Source...

           ... a chat with the Divine essence

February 12, 2018

Dear Source….it has been a rough two weeks of forbearance with the ugly flu and complete lack of energy. I use the word forbearance since it popped into my head as I started to turn the corner towards health. During my time on the couch, I had to give up any idea of eating, moving, thinking or doing. I could just lie there with no agenda except the vague idea of getting better. This flu is one of endurance and patience. If I got up feeling energized, it lasted for a few minutes to a few hours, then back to Netflix, the only media I could tolerate. My brain could not hold a sentence from a book or magazine. The idea of a shower wa...

January 25, 2018

Dear Source…perhaps it is because I am ‘of an age’, that nearly every conversation I am having with friends and acquaintances begins with: “when do we start to consolidate; where do we go once we have only what is needed for our household; how do we even consider this big change for our next act”? It seems endemic that our society has too much of everything from a house too big to three or four sets of dishes, to books, sports toys, to a closet overflowing with items which never see the light of day. We are stuff collectors and at some point, someone (perhaps our children, perhaps not) will need to be masters of disposal. Or, we...

January 5, 2018

Dear Source…emotional energies are all over the place. Rather than harmonious moments, I am observing emotional edginess being played out with intense dramatic drama. When drama is highlighted it may be an overwhelmingly acidic, tense and uncomfortable time, wrought with confusion.  A look at our political arena, our family and friend’s and our personal life will begin to show how and where negative emotional energy is focused. People may be blaming others allowing their anger patterns to show up. Feelings of sadness, neglect, hurt, lack of confidence plus a myriad of other factors long buried begin to surface. Barbs, victimhood...

December 31, 2017

Dear Source…I am more than happy to kiss 2017 goodbye! The dark energy for this past year has been tangible, sadly real, and in some cases deadly. Watching news feeds where too many people passed in their youth, where countless natural disasters changed lives in a second, where man-made wars pitted neighbor against neighbor, where families could not converse because common ground was destroyed, where the deep heartache of pain and suffering of family and friends became all too real, where what is counted on for security is sucked out of life, and where the dark almost overwhelmed the light. Yet, with the dawn of the day tomorrow,...

October 10, 2017

Dear Source…In our area, there have been many friends who passed too young and now, fires are active in many locales, plus countless national and international tragedies. How do we settle our nervous energy and stress to cope? We may offer a pasture for horses, bedrooms for friends, TP, toys or food for shelters, money to support organizations along with endless prayers and kind thoughts. But, still, there is an undercurrent of “too much, too soon”. We feel overwhelmed with our sadness and confusion. The energy is jangled, crazed, and off center.

What can you do to even out the nervousness accompanying death, natural disasters, an...

September 25, 2017

Dear Source…the honoring of a dying elder helps them cross over when they are ready. They feel held, loved and appreciated. One of your caregiving jobs is to listen to their needs and desires during their last weeks on earth, putting your ideas aside. Even if your elder wants to wear their ratty old jammies instead of the soft new ones you just bought. Mom made it clear she wanted us to spread her ashes with Dads’ who preceded her by eight years. She had been clear about who got what family treasures years ago. As she was in the active stages of passing (and this can happen quickly or slowly), she wanted the house quiet, her cat...

August 12, 2017

Dear Source…recently, I was laid up with a femur fracture due to a simple trip on my concrete driveway. The trip was simple, but the landing was fierce. I limped away from the fall and tried in vain to ignore it. The next day I went to my healer/chiropractor who indicated it may be fractured. I resisted going to the ER for testing so we tried another path. I had decent range of motion until one night when I got into bed and moved my leg in the wrong position. Then, I knew it was time for an ambulance ride. At 3am, the ER was happily quiet. I got my x-rays and ct scan quickly and found out I had a femur fracture. I was released wi...

July 20, 2017

Dear Source…the last few days have been overly busy. My husband continues to heal, which is excellent news, my book, The Pink Door was published, more excellent news and some repair projects on our house are happening…all good, all happy events. Yesterday, I tripped and fell hard on my hip. I did not fracture it, but did a solid job of bruising it making walking painful. A trip to my healer Chiropractor put my leg and hip in order. Why did I trip? When I check in with my thoughts, I realized I was fully in the ego future rather than the soul present. The mail was delivered and I rushed out presuming my new business cards would be...

July 7, 2017

Dear Source…sometimes you are full of love and light living easily in the flow. Everything happens without struggle. Then poof, you find yourself in the dark avenue of anger and confusion. How did this happen? Why did this happen? How do you get back to love? From my understanding, there is a trigger for the anger, which leads to confusion. The trigger is something buried in our subconscious that wants/needs to be revealed. If you can figure out the history of the trigger, trace it back to its origins you can change it. Sometimes this can be done on your own, sometimes it needs the feedback from valued friends and sometimes a the...

June 8, 2017

Dear Source…for three weeks our dear friends, my husband and I traveled in London, Paris and lots of nooks and cities in Northern Italy. This was a trip my husband put together spending many hours researching options. We had traveled together before, but not for this duration. Sometimes we traveled blind – we knew where we were going, but details fell by the roadside. This is typical when you have a self-guided trip. Yet, we were not deterred. We were intrepid travelers. We went with the flow, accepted each and every nuance, and allowed for odd moments of being lost and expressed great gratitude when we landed somewhere that took...

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