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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!

On this site you will find inspiration and self-empowerment in everyday holy wonders. Engage, explore, and share your story. And if you’d like the ease and joy to come straight to your email inbox, simply sign up at the right to subscribe to the weekly wisdom. (We never share your email.)

Ease. Joy. Transformation.

Let’s glide!

~ gina

How I’m doing the holidays this time

At the My Spirit Experience studio

Today we have a guest writer! Heidi Steffens, from My Spirit Experience, shares supportive insight for each of us as we move into this holiday season. I’ll share my own biggest points of resonance at the end — what will stand out for you, here?

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Simply Be

by Scott Langston

I listened to this the other day on Insight Timer. It was exactly what I needed, and I didn’t know it until I heard it.

May it be of service to you, too:

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Fast track to self-nurturing

Today I have begun a fast for a medical checkup test. In the next 24 hours I will ingest only coffee and water, and I may have eggs for supper. And I’ve already hit my coffee limit.

I got this. It’ll be fine. I’m invested in accurate checkup results, so this isn’t a hardship. However, I do have a plan for my day:

  • I will be gentle with myself, today.
  • I will move my body with intention and grace.
  • I will pause my thoughts and consider.
  • I will attend to what needs be done, and then I will stop working for the day.
  • I will nurture myself, today.

Wait a minute.

This seems like a good recipe, for any day.

What if we approached every day in this way? How would that affect our well-being as we move through Life? How would it affect our relationships, our productivity, and our sense of self?

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Hey there! What’s good?

A few weeks ago I surprisingly ran into a really great person that I haven’t seen in a long while. (Adult son of dear friends, he lives in a different state.)

What do you say as a way of common greeting? Here are some of my, and many people’s, reach-outs for connection:

  • Hey there, what’s up?
  • How’s it going?
  • What’s new?
  • What have you been up to?
  • How are you?

Not this guy. Nope, this beam of light in the world jovially reaches out with:

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Winter Is Coming

I am deeply grateful for the help and support.

I can surrender and trust in the big picture — as well as in the little snapshots.

I do not have to figure everything out myself.

I do not have to figure everything out myself.

I do not have to figure everything out myself.

It will all be okay.

It already is.

Amen.

And thank You.

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