10 books to change your world on World Book Day 

To celebrate World Book Day, here’s 10 books that changed my world. 

  1. The Four Agreements – Don Miguel Ruiz
  2. The Mastery of Love – Don Miguel Ruiz
  3. The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
  4. Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much – Colette Baron-Reid
  5. Journey of Souls – Michael Newton
  6. Be Your Own Shaman – Deborah King
  7. Warrior of the Light – Paulo Coelho
  8. Tao Te Ching – Lao Tzu
  9. Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert
  10. You Can Heal Your Life – Louise Hay

Dating Journal Question #3

Get up to speed and check out Question #1 and #2.

We learn love through example. Our example is usually our parents or whoever raised us. We tend to adopt our beliefs about love based on our parents’ relationship. If your parents’ had a hard time being kind to each other, you probably sometimes interpret jealousy or criticism as love (which they are not by the way). If a parent was very controlling, you may interpret control as love (which is also not love). These are important things to recognize because if you want a healthy relationship, you need to bring these things to the light to be processed and healed.

So the following questions are to take a look at your interpretation of love through what you’ve learned about it. Grab your Purge journal and give it a go.


  • How did your parents/care givers show love to their spouse/partner/significant other?
    • Did they use kind words? Gifts? Touch? Do nice things for them? Spend time with them?
      • Give at least one example.
  • How did you parents/care givers show love and affection to you?
    • Did they use kind words? Gifts? Touch? Do nice things for you? Spend time with you?
      • Give at least one example.
  • How do you show love to your romantic partners?
    • Do you see any similarities in how you give or receive love and affection?
      • Give at least one example

Dating Journal Question #2

Check out the Journal Question #1

These journaling prompts will help clarify what you want so you can manifest the right relationship for you and also help you to notice and set boundaries when you are in something you don’t want but are allowing.

Be honest with yourself during these questions. Your Purge Journal is a safe place for you to process.

Continue reading “Dating Journal Question #2”

Dating journal questions #1

Spring is in the air and so is love, so we’re focusing on relationships for this segment.

As mentioned in the What Do You Want? post, if you don’t know what you want, then it doesn’t matter what you get. So, it would make sense that to get what you want, you need to know what you want. I will be posting some journaling prompts to help clarify what you want so you can manifest the right relationship for you and also help you to notice and set boundaries when you are in something you don’t want but are allowing. Continue reading “Dating journal questions #1”

You’re on that dating app to feed your ego not to find a mate.

The reason for the dating app struggle

Does that bring up some emotion for you? Perfect. Then this is probably for you.

Have you been finding you are not matching with the right people, any connection you find is brief, or it never flourishes in to a genuine relationship? If so…

Do you go on these sites when you’re lonely? Do you find you’re scrolling through these apps when you’re bored without a clear idea of what you want?

If so, what kind of intention are you putting out there for a relationship with these actions? Continue reading “You’re on that dating app to feed your ego not to find a mate.”

Thank you for waiting…

I keep seeing posts about replacing your “I’m sorry’s” with “Thank you’s.” Which is right up my alley. Our words are our magic! So thank you for waiting for me. I’ve been processing some things in my world and I tend to detach so I can process. But the Universe had limited patience for my stagnation and the amount of people contacting me and my loved ones about my posts was the sign I needed to get up.  

Also I’m a Gemini ♊ and we can get distracted by new ideas and projects easily. (Because new is so fun!)

So I can’t promise I won’t go underground again, especially as I’m moving forward to get my personal training certificate to combine emotional and physical health, but I can promise to do my best and be grateful for your patience and compassion in the interims.

With gratitude,

Caroline ♡


The origins of fear explain.


What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! (Anyone else into old Soul music? No? Well…carry on.)

What is fear good for? I bet you want to say “absolutely nothing,” and you would be wrong. Fear may not seemingly serve your highest good but fear can be used as a signal that something is off or unhealed. Similar to the way pain in the body signals that there may be injury or illness, fear can be a similar indicator for emotional health.

If we’re experiencing fear we’re usually living in the future. Eckhart Tolle explains that anxiety, worry, and stress, which are forms of fear, occur from living too much in the future. We don’t fear things in the past, do we? We may be sad, bitter, regretful, or unforgiving of the past but we don’t fear it.

Why do we fear the future? Because it’s uncertain, right? How many times have you thought, “…but what’s gonna happen?!” We don’t know! We don’t know. I stopped offering readings about the future because questions about the future are fear-based and I didn’t want to feed that mindset. The inquirer is looking for control of their fate. You never find yourself wondering, “hey what’s happening right now?” because you’re in the now. Right now, you’re sitting reading this. You never get anxious about something you’re doing right now. But you can be anxious about something you’re doing in 1 minute or what we assume and outcome will be in the future.

Anxiety, fear, worry comes from filling in the blanks. We assume we know what’s going to happen. We write in the story before it even happens. And the outcome, that we’ve made in our own minds is what makes us anxious. Or worried. Or stressed.

For example: I have a big test coming up. Right now, I am here studying but I start thinking, “What if I don’t pass? What if I can’t do it? What if I let everyone down? What if I’m not smart enough? What if _______?” And I go down the rabbit hole of all these elaborate and awful scenarios that will never happen but that make me sick with worry and anxiety. But what’s actually happening to me in real life, in that moment? What am I actually doing? I’m sitting here studying. Still haven’t taken the test. The anxiety is entirely self-created by me projecting out into the future. In that moment, I’ve just created my own personal hell by making assumptions and stories about the future. (And let’s be honest, how many times do the things we worry about actually happen? How many times have you actually had that confrontation you went over a million times in your mind? And how many times has the outcome to a situation been more manageable or better than you could have planned?)

So if fear-based emotions are self-created, why do we do it? Why do we indulge? Why would anyone want to do that to themselves? It may be a different answer for each person. It’s something to think about and we’ll go more into the “why,” in the another post.

In the meantime, if you find yourself living in the future and creating fear, try listing the things you are grateful for in the present moment. Even the things directly around you by saying, “I am grateful for….” Gratitude vibrates very high, like love, and is an easy method to pull yourself out of fear and back into love.

Beat the fear and choose love, my little light warriors, I’ll continue to provide to even more tools to do so.