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There’s no panicking in enlightenment, angst is optional, and joy is the answer — to everything.

Hello, and welcome to the online home of gina drellack. I am a personal growth enthusiast! Teacher, coach, writer, and speaker. Intuitive, Reiki Master Practitioner/Teacher, and Tarot reader. I continually experience positive life-changing Ahas and Holy Wows; I share so that you can transform, too!

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Ease. Joy. Transformation.

Let’s glide!

~ gina

Reborn

Here is a song I was only very recently introduced to. (Thank you, Alida!)

In addition to reading the lyrics below, please turn up your speakers and listen — may hearing it be the spiritual experience for you that it is for me.

You decide. ❤

I’ve decided to be happy
I’ve decided to be glad
I’ve decided to be grateful
For all I ever had

I’ve decided to let go
Of all this pain tonight
I’ve decided to let go
Of all these demons inside

I know
I am blessed
I know
All I ever wanted was this

I know
I don’t need more
I’ve got
What I came for

I’ve decided to be open
To that little voice inside
Telling me I’m beautiful
Its ok to be alive

I’ve decided to be kinder
To myself when I feel sad
I’ve decided to be grateful
For all I ever had

I know
I am blessed
I know
All I ever wanted was this

I know
I don’t need more
I’ve got
What I came for

Kinder, by Copper Wimmin

I choose happiness.

Blessings and happiness to you, too.

We are constantly supported. Always.

Yesterday evening I was struggling. I was tired, my spouse was tired, and as we were outside together we were gently getting on each other’s last nerve just by breathing.

It happens occassionally, because we are human. The question is less “do you know what I mean” and more “how recently have you experienced this.” No biggie, as you know, and that’s not at all a river in Egypt.

And yet, it hurt.

In my response to their connecting small talk, I had asked a clarifying question. Which triggered the other person into feeling attacked (because they were low on energy) and reacting in a way which then made me feel belittled and that I needed them to be kinder (because I was low on energy).

We both quickly switched gears and settled back into supportive presence together. In my head I could even palpably see their efforts at regaining niceness and companionship.

But in my heart I wasn’t ready to let go of my hurt. (Again, I was low on energy and at the end of my full day. Excuses, excuses…)

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Becoming more self-aligned — a how-to

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Alignment — it’s not just for the tires on our car. It’s also for the vehicle of our Self. I was really feeling this when recently reminded of this deeply lovely Navajo prayer:

in beauty I walk

with beauty before me I walk

with beauty behind me I walk

with beauty above me I walk

with beauty around me I walk

it has become beauty again

it has become beauty again

Accidentally, I got to thinking. What are some other qualities I might like to surround myself with, too?

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Visceral peace

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notice

linger

soften

melt

repeat

Taiji Geri Wilimek, For Now

I connected at “notice.”

I paused at “linger” (no pun intended, but absolutely appreciated!).

I blew open at “soften.”

I surrendered at “melt.

I knew at “repeat.”

How about you? What do you feel?

Handing it over. For real.

Surrender, faith, and trust: it’s easy when nothing at stake is staring me in the face, but how about when my whole body is bursting with wanting to orchestrate, manage, and control? Sure, I can give examples of the amazingness that happens when I do practice Divine hand-offs — but how do I actually do this? What does it look like, in practice?

I was really in the throes of falling off of the Let God Do This wagon, in the interest of being responsible for (a serious situation in) my life. A miracle happened to help me see to stay the surrendered faith course. And of course, the amazing resolution unfolded. (You can read the story of this synopsis, here.)

Did you notice that the miracle was my spiritual head-butt, and NOT the outcome? The results were indeed phenomenal, but my miracle was in my personal pivot point. Just saying…

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