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I think it’s amazing how much your home affects your life. The house you choose, the decorations, the people you share it with, the region you finally settle in – these are all factors that help define your happiness. Are you happy with the home you have right now? Sometimes it take a while to find the perfect place, and of course the perfect place changes depending of where you are in your life journey.

I just found my perfect place this weekend. I’ve been interested in the tiny house movement for months now. No, not the one in the picture – that is a house from this company:

If you haven’t heard about the movement yet, YOUTUBE it! The premise is that we put so much emphasis on our material possessions that at some point, we end up accumulating a lot of junk that we don’t need. That sentimental high school graduation robe? Do you really need it? Or that box full of old birthday cards that you’ve been holding on for 30 years? Memories are great, but when they overtake our life in the form of physical things, they become a burden on our present. How can we live fully in the beautiful moment if we are always looking back at those “good old days?”

Anyway, having a tiny house – think townhouse garage size, from 250sq feet to 500sq ft to even 750sq feet (also known as a regular sized apartment in some European cities) – has so many perks!

1. The utilities are minimal – some even choose to invest in a solar panel or two and completely cut our conventional electricity costs. You can make it as sustainable as you want.

2. There is that house taxes loop for “sheds” or at least shed-size living quarters for those who want to own a home.

3. It create an intimate environment and although living in such close quarters with a spouse may be difficult at first, eventually you have to learn to communicate better and that usually strengthens a relationship.

4. My favorite perk is less cleaning!!! If you only have 500sq feet to worry about: well I cleaned my new home in probably 2 hours (I mean deep clean). For regular weekly cleaning it’s like 20 minutes tops.

I can probably go on and on about how great this movement is, but you can just look it up and enjoy watching the beauty of tiny home living on screen. These people are truly innovative, environment-conscious, and most of all happy!

I guess my point is that by the grace of God and my team and all the beings of light who are here helping me, I have finally found my perfect house – the tiny one i have been asking the universe for. She delivered! And if you’re not happy with your home you should go out and look for the one that makes you happy. I encourage you, even dare you, to make such a huge change!

The house doesn’t have to be huge and expensive. Look at the way you think now, get tough with yourself, throw out everything that doesn’t serve a purpose or brings you joy (even if it was super expensive, you could always sell that). The first time will be the hardest, but then you will realize that you all of a sudden have more mobility. You feel more free. Then look at some houses that may be smaller, but cheaper.

Talk to your landlord” you never know, maybe telling him/her that you want to change your life and be happier and for that you need a place that really speaks to you will spark some compassion and understanding and  maybe you can work out a deal, help them find a sublet or let them keep your last month’s rent and deposit to get out a little earlier (worked for me.)

Either way, be happy with where you live – as the outer so the inner, as the inner so the outer. Your inner life may change just by the simple act of moving. It takes some patience, a lot of praying, even more stress, but once you’re in your new place, you might be surprised at how much your life changes.


Ms. Cleverclocks


My sisters asked me a most interesting questions tonight: “When was the last time I listened to myself and thought about what I think?” When was the last time I actually paid attention to my own thoughts and discovered things independent of all the outside sources I have come to rely on – books, articles, channelings, other people’s opinions… the news? Really?

Somewhere on my path I have started to doubt myself – my intuition and intelligence – and decided that relying on what other people thought was a “factual reassurance” that I was right.

My sister is right to call me out on this. I used to lay in bed for hours – talk to God and think about how the universe worked. The answers that I discovered became the foundation for all my knowledge. Now I have found myself looking for answers in other people’s posts, in the minds of the authors. I forgot that the only person who is truly right is myself. I am the one living my life and so everything I believe is true for me. Just like what others believe is true for them. Each person is differentiated in this life by how they perceive things, where they get information, what they choose to believe. But I feel that we all forgot that the most reliable source is ourselves. Intuition is a powerful tool and the ideas that resonate within us are the ones that are right.

I strongly believe that when you die, you create your own heaven or hell. I also believe that during your lifetime, you create your reality. Yet I forgot to combine these two beliefs into the most important one: I am the one who controls these things – I’m the one who knows and understands the laws of nature, I’m the one who believes and knows God exists, I’m the one who seeks the answers and in seeking them, receive them. I don’t need to rely on other people’s’ experiences to understand ascension, Angels, life, or what happens when we die.

This led me to question why, If what I think is so important (at least to me and those around me,) I have been so set on making this blog anonymous and why I have hesitated to show my true, fully open self. I’m not one for privacy in real life, but put me on the internet and I make my profiles unsearchable, my emails unrecognizable, and my thoughts unidentified. I have been a member of for almost a year now, and I have trusted the “wisdom” of others while forsaking my own, thinking for some reason that my understanding of the world isn’t as developed or accurate. Tonight my sister reminded me that this isn’t true. By trying to further develop, I actually put my development on hold by trying to pursue the examples of those who have successfully gone through ascension and those who, honestly, just had the guts to post what they thought. Spirituality isn’t a science, and I’ve just realized that I have treated it as such, mostly because I’m scared I won’t succeed in developing my own (which is of course ludicrous.)

I also have to admit, that starting a blog has terrified me, because adding to the pictures of me on facebook, random remarks on twitter, professional resume on linkedin, accounts on youtube, myspace, livejournal, koofers, bank accounts, random online communities, and various emails, this age has completely wiped out privacy, but has yet to wipe out the people who want to exploit it. Putting so much of yourself for the whole world to see is not only nerve-racking due to the desire to be accepted by your peers (on some tiny level that I hate to admit) it can also prove to be dangerous.

Tonight, I do believe that these fears need to be wiped out. I am empowered by all the people who fully embrace the age of the internet and put themselves out there, for others to see and know, overcoming fears of rejection and negativity. Tonight, I want to join you and, in the spirit of oneness, trust that my contribution and individuality meld together to portray a person who has something that’s worth saying. I want to use this blog as an outlet, and not worry so much about how its written, or how it may be perceived.

In love and light,


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