June 2011


Tell Your Story

by Crystal Belle

“Tell your stories. Your neighbors may not understand you, but they will understand your soul. Stories are the last bridge left to allow different cultures to communicate among each other.” -Paulo Coelho from his blog For many reasons, we’re afraid to tell our own stories. Maybe we believe people won’t believe us. Maybe people haven’t […]



Shero Interview: Julia Fehrenbacher

by Crystal Belle

Alia of Inner Bliss Blog shared with us of her sheroes- Julia Fehrenbacher of PaintedPath.org! Alia writes: From the moment I stumbled upon Julia’s blog, I knew she was a kindred spirit – a soul sister. She is the most beautiful embodiment of pure love and truth. She freely shares from her heart in everything […]


“We do not encourage unnecessary starkness. Enjoy life while you are learning. All of the elements of your Self are created for the expression of Divine Love.” -Alan Cohen, The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore I’m so peaceful when I’m meditating. Often, I’ll feel a profound and encompassing peace that re-sets and re-energizes my spirit […]



Longing for the Light

by Crystal Belle

“In reality a darkness altogether different from natural night broods over the land. It is the psychic primal night which is the same today as it has been for countless millions of years. The longing for light is the longing for consciousness.” -C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections We live in a time of incredible light. […]



Owning Your Creative Ideas

by Crystal Belle

One thing that has really stuck with me from all my time studying The Artist’s Way, is something Julia Cameron says over and over, in many different ways: when you have an idea, a creative urge, a groundbreaking thought, a desire to see something else in the world- it is your responsibility to birth it. […]



Marry Your Soul

by Crystal Belle



Soul Mates

by Crystal Belle



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How to Be Yourself

by Crystal Belle

    UBU. Pronounced “ooh-boo”, it means “You be you.” I wish I could take credit for this phrase, but instead I will be forever grateful to the man who taught it to me. A man who unfortunately died years before his time, my ex-father-in-law, Jim, would throw out this little nugget of wisdom whenever […]