Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Can We Talk? Seriously, Can We?

I found this stat list at http://www.transstudent.org/transstats/ and wanted to share it as a quick reference for people who visit this blog. I think people need to know these numbers if there is any chance that, we as a society, can be more loving and accepting to transgender individuals. If you only judge without getting to know and understand people who are not like you then you may one day help contribute to some of the scarier of those statistics, like the suicide rate, as well as the feeling of being unsafe.

If you are using your religious beliefs to justify your nonacceptance of transgender people, you might want to rethink that. If you are Christian, then you are breaking the 2nd of the two "greatest commandments" as is stated in the Bible:

Matthew 22 Verses 34 to 40
[37] Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. [38] This is the first and great commandment. [39] And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. [40] On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

You may also want to follow this bit of scripture in this case as well:

Matthew 7 Verses 2 to 4
[2] For with the same judgment you pronounce, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. [3] Why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but fail to notice the beam in your own eye? [4] How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ while there is still a beam in your own eye?

What I'd suggest you do is rather than have an uninformed opinion, inform yourself. You can find a wealth of knowledge here. Being more kind to people who aren't like you won't send you to hell and I'm sad for anyone who believes that it will. I know you are scared but you are scared because someone taught you to be or from what you've witnessed about how people close to you think about this. You can think for yourself and I'd wager greatly that if there is a God, they put you here just so you would learn to do just that. That is why, according to the Bible, you have freewill. Freewill is yours to use. You don't have to follow blindly.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Apparently there's not enough words in the dictionary to make people understand this point.

I don't disrespect anyone's opinion unless it devalues who someone is and then I disrespect the hell out of it. There is that fine line in disrespecting others and just saying no to the mistreatment of others. I can say I don't agree with that person's opinion but if I say that ignorant people shouldn't exist, that is a different story. To say I should respect someone's opinion that is clearly wrong is like telling me to have respect for Hitler or a lynch mob. I wouldn't respect someone's opinion if their opinion was that someone else isn't worthy of the same rights they have. I just wanted to point this out to someone watching/reading that may not get me.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

man, this was not the post I thought I was writing

Maybe you saw my last video and maybe you didn't. If you did then you heard me speak about something dear to my heart and that is equality. If you believe Brandi in Sedona, who gave my reading, then you know it's why I'm on this earth. If you believe everyone has a purpose and that so happens to be mine, then you must believe it isn't by accident. And... by that, if there is no purpose in finding equality, then there'd be no use for me. But I'm still here.

Do we all have a purpose? I waiver on that all the time including on whether I have one. I don't think we have to know the answer to that because if we do serve some sort of purpose then in just living and being who we are we serve that purpose even without knowing.

I have read books that include the transcripts from sessions of people in Life Between Life Regression Therapy and a lot of them have one thing in common. The people remembering their time as a soul often remark about equality on the other side. They report that all souls are equal regarding how they are loved and cared for in soul form. If you committed mass death or died as an infant, your souls would be equal on the other side. The reason for this is purpose. No matter what you did while alive and in flesh, it was a matter of purpose to advance mankind. Sometimes that means your purpose could be to effect people in a large enough scope as to make real and lasting shifts. It is said we have a soul team and with the help of that team we incarnate with a plan to advance our soul or, in some cases, to surrender our own advancement for the advancement of others. When you think about it like that, then you could see that those who commit the greatest harm sacrifice the most for the greater advancement of mankind. That hurts my brain too, I promise you that.

When you think about all of this it makes bad things happening to good people make sense. If we choose in soul form, what we want to accomplish in flesh, then when bad things happen it is just a part of our plan to sacrifice for the advancement of others or ourselves. It takes away the confusion people seem to have regarding why those who try hardest to be good aren't always rewarded by "God" with good and why bad isn't always rewarded by "God" with bad.

This may all seem crazy to you if you are a Christian and do not believe in reincarnation, but I can assure you there are crazier things you believe because I used to be one of you.

I find one thing in all these revelations so amazing. As an advocate for equality I am so intrigued by souls being equal on the other side. Imagine that if you just committed some sort of atrocity on earth and you were greeted with the same love that a person who lived a life of sacrifice to others. You chose to sacrifice yourself in an evil seeming sort of way while in flesh as part of a plan to advance others and for this reason you are not judged. Because of the way most of us believe who are alive on the planet right now, this is a very hard concept to grasp. When you are telling yourself "God wouldn't give you anything you cannot handle" while you witness countless people commit suicide, I don't think what I am purposing is that hard of a concept to grasp.

Now that you know there is a chance that your soul is equal to all others in death, let's get to work on making this also so in life.

I sat down to write about equality and to discuss the different groups our society has different rules for when it comes to equality and it immediately morphed. That makes me feel like there is someone out there that needed to read this post instead of the one I thought I was writing. If that's true, sure hope they find it. PeAcE!

Sunday, October 14, 2018


In this video it is obvious I had a few things I wanted to talk about, none of which I segue into seamlessly. You know how I like to keep it real so that's what I'm doing. I'll post it, then you watch it and figure out for yourself if it's genius or unforgivable. 😘