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Numerology Basics : Life Path Number

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Happy 2024 everyone!

With the intention of starting on a light hearted note Faern shares with us a little bit about numerology and it’s history.
She also tells you how to calculate your Life Path Number.
Visit THIS POST on TikTok for more about the Life Path Number and for you to participate in the conversation by entering your number as a comment on the post- Faern said she would add a positive trait or aspect of your number- take her up on it!

Thank You for listening

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Social Media Spiritual Psychosis + 2023 Wrap Up

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Thank you all for being a part of Spirits Path Podcast in 2023!
You hung in there with us as we moved through pandemonium and then changed the name, this means the world to us and our little production.

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In this episode Faern gives her interpretation of some pages in BE HERE NOW (starting on page 95) which directly apply to moving into a new zone of spiritual and emotional living. We understand how at this time there are terrible things happening on this planet- while at the exact same time the energetics of earth are practically being completely overhauled and are offering us a more sound and loving framework to exist from. Therein is the challenge of the spiritual being creating their lives in this present moment.

Near the end is a quick wrap up of the most popular episodes of the year and the most consistent cities of our wonderful listeners.

Thank You for being here,
Here’s to more love in

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Avoid Getting Lost In Media

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In this episode, we delve deep into the importance of mindfulness and self-awareness in times of overwhelming global unrest and transformation. As the world undergoes a phase that could be described as “off the charts,” it’s imperative that we maintain a sense of inner balance and react with intention.

At Spirits Path Podcast, we’re acutely aware of the difficulties that those who are spiritually attuned or energy-sensitive may face during such tumultuous periods. The current global climate is saturated with a unique combination of influences – we’re witnessing an intersection of historical events, energetic shifts, spiritual awakenings, and humanitarian crises, unlike anything we’ve experienced before.

In light of these challenges, we’re dedicating this episode to share insights and strategies to help you navigate these times with grace and resilience. By anchoring ourselves in the light of faith, love, and hope, we recognize the power within us to not only withstand but to actively disseminate positive change and healing.

We encourage listening with an open heart and mind, as we explore ways to preserve our spiritual well-being. Our conversation aims to empower you to become a beacon of light, spreading vibrations of peace and positivity into the world. Let’s embark on this journey together, inspiring one another to rise above the chaos and manifest a reality anchored in harmony and understanding.

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What Brings Me Joy

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“This week on Spirits Path Podcast I mentioned that I wold share some of the things that bring me joy”

I wrote that before October 7- and since then I have deleted this post numerous times. I couldn’t quite grasp the sentiment I was initially inspired by. Which is doubly interesting because the podcast episode is about GRIEF being good. Here I am sometime in January of 2024 deciding I have to finish what I started- but from a new space. You just read the bridge, did it work?

The new space is this: I am here to experience and share the highly energetic portions of my lived experience and I have been shirking my responsibilities because I have been sheltering from it. I detached from the reason I detached or in other words became so attached to detachment that I needed to be reminded of my job, so to speak, here on their earthly plane. I have been playing it easy, simple with the most nonchalance I almost forgot how to live. I definitely forgot what I like- or rather I never gave my “newer” self the time to figure it out.
So per usual the universe provided and now after a couple injuries, some random illness and a couple of huge changes I am locked in and ready to roll. In order to get everything going I am planning a lot of physical maneuvering with Josh in the next year and its going to be a lot of unexpectedness in the best possible way. This is directly connected to creating that space of providing from. More about that another time.
For now, this has to do with how we all treat each other.

The most honest place to begin is with myself.

Treat yourself BETTER

Our new motto- YOU and I. For the next few months. Visit me on TikTok to connect- leave a comment on a video about this blog post.

Here are some things that bring me joy- below is the podcast episode I mentioned above.

Grieving is an inherent aspect of the human condition. It is a vital process through which we acknowledge and deal with loss, whether it’s the end of a relationship, the passing of a loved one, or any other significant departure from our lives. Grief allows us the space to confront our sorrow, to understand its depths, and to pay tribute to the significance of our losses. Recognizing the importance of grief is thus recognizing the depth of our capacities for love and attachment.

However, the cautionary note in the statement, “Grieving Is Good, but not if we get ahead of ourselves,” touches on the concept of anticipatory grief—mourning a loss before it actually occurs. The natural order of grieving can be disrupted by anticipating our sadness and letting it overshadow our present realities. This can create a shadow of apprehension and anxiety, potentially robbing us of the ability to appreciate the present and to live fully in the moment.

To grieve before loss has occurred can seem like a self-protective mechanism, an attempt to buffer the shock we fear. But such pre-emptive grief often does not spare us pain; instead, it can prolong it, extend the emotional challenges, and sometimes even magnify the eventual impact of the loss.

Importantly, grieving must not be allowed to become an end in itself. It is not the destination but part of a journey—a painful yet necessary path we walk towards healing and acceptance. Our adaptive strength is shown in our ability to navigate this process without becoming mired in ‘what ifs’ and ‘maybes,’ focusing instead on the tangible, the here and now, with a cautious eye towards the future.

In essence, while grief is a natural and healthy response to loss, it must be traversed thoughtfully. We are reminded to stay present, to face each day as it comes, and to avoid plunging into the depths of sorrow before its time. That way, when grief does arrive, we can engage with it authentically, fully experiencing its pangs but also leaving room for recovery, growth, and eventual renewal.

In this upbeat episode, Faern shares insights from her own journey of embracing change and finding growth through grief. She believes in the power of open dialogue about the emotional dance of grieving, mourning, sadness, and anger. Faern suggests that proactively discussing these emotional states can foster understanding and resilience. She argues that our society often keeps the grieving process shrouded in secrecy, which can hinder emotional development, particularly in younger people. Join Faern as she sheds light on the subject, offering a message of hope and empowerment for navigating life’s challenging moments.

While it is happening- you might be looking out at the world from a very difficult place and it most likely does not feel good at all- remember injuries cause pain and in healing that broken bone it hurts too. It is the same for emotional aspects of living.

It might not feel this way right now, but, grief is good as long as you don’t leave yourself hanging.
Listen in and let us know your questions when you are ready.
Thank you for being here!

Big Love from Spirits Path…

HERE is the episode

Thanks for listening!

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New Podcast Episode: A Place To Return To No Matter Where You Are

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It is impossible to ignore that the world is in much more of a state of duress than the average person should be able to realize.  Simply put, it is impossible for one single person to HOLD all of THAT and still maintain themselves.
Furthermore- we here at Spirits Path Podcast do not think anyone should have to while at the exact same time do not believe any part of it should be blindly ignored.

Where then does this leave us as individuals?
That is what Faern is offering us today- YOU as an INDIVIDUAL absolutely must have a place within yourself to return to because this big picture is going to get worse before it gets better.
How long this takes is up to us.
Tune into who you are, what you are doing and why. See what you can shift today.

In this episode Faern mentions the last episode called  ‘”Lackmind” In Hard Times’  found HERE. She also points out the series on intentions. If you click HERE you will be brought to the blog on her website where the series is all together on one post. Finally the affirmations episode and PDF can be found HERE.

Thank you for spending time with us on the path.

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New Podcast Episode: Lackmind In Hard Times

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Humanity is in such a massive transition- you’d forget we JUST went through a pandemic, barely beyond it and here we are in the biggest shift yet.
On one level- it may not seem this way as of NOW because it is percolating and a lot of people are trying REALLY REALLY HARD to ignore it. Then on the very next landing they find out this is not possible and begin to hyper focus on what is NOT working- which unfortunately is likely how we got here to begin with.

“LACKMIND in Hard Times” is an episode about just that. NONE of us are in the same boat but yet it is imperative we find ways to pass supplies between the vessels. This week Faern explores what we can do to shift this in a personal way so that we can assist others in doing the same thing. We have to start with ourselves.

Listen in and let us know how you are turning your LACKMIND into a new golden perspective.

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Beliefs, Philosophy & Spiritual Practices : Spirits Path Podcast Episode

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In this thought-provoking episode, Faern delves into the fascinating realm where philosophy and spirituality intersect. While exploring this intersection, she sheds light on some essential cultural aspects related to the process of choosing spiritual practices.

One crucial point Faern emphasizes is the existence of practices that are specifically designed for and originated from particular groups of people. These practices carry deep cultural significance and are rooted in the traditions and wisdom of those communities. Embracing these practices with respect and understanding is an integral part of spiritual growth and connection.

It’s important to note that honoring and appreciating these culturally specific practices should not be misunderstood as exclusionary acts. On the contrary, by acknowledging and celebrating the diversity of spiritual traditions, we create an atmosphere of inclusivity and open dialogue. This fosters a rich tapestry of shared experiences and perspectives, promoting understanding and unity among different cultures and belief systems.

If you found this topic intriguing, we highly recommend diving deeper into the subject by exploring two related episodes below.

Happy listening and may your spiritual journey be enriched by the wisdom found in these conversations!

What Is A ‘Spirit Path’?

11 Minute Meditation: Centering & Holding Space

and as usual, if you have any questions or topic suggestions Faern mentions an email in most episodes- use that one!