Rekindle The Spark

“And when all that was left was ashes,

she would again clothe herself in flame.

Rising from the dust of her past

to rekindle the spark of her future.

She was a Phoenix,

her own salvation; rebirthed, renewed, resurrected.”

— LaRhonda Toreson

Remevolution searches for the spark and ignites the Phoenix within us to soar! Remembering who we are is the key to all of Remevolution. Small insights breathe life into our resurrection. Taking the time to recall and process our past helps us to evolve!

Are you feeling the desire to rekindle your spark? To remember who you are? The Evolution of Remembering Me is here.

You may begin by writing as for me, that is a medium for clarity. Writing helps me in many ways. Perhaps you can take a memory of a good feeling from your younger days, when you were happy, when you felt good about something that happened or something you did. Put it to paper. Write about it as if you are the observer. Then write about it as it is unfolding, from your soul’s perspective. Can you see how that pivotal moment of feel good raises your vibration? It makes you remember who you are?

Now take that moment in time and expand on it. Put it into today. How can we continue that feeling in real time? Even if you can’t find a way to re-invent that memory, you can write about it, imagining the feeling of authenticity in the present moment.

This is a writing that you may share with me or trusted friends. Or you can keep it to yourself in a journal. Who you are never changes. We simply forget at times our divinity. Stressors and life struggles burden our essence. We need to clear the clutter and remember the heart of who we are.

You can do this. You need to do this so that the inner strength we have can expand and connect with one another. There is so much turmoil swirling in the world these days. Igniting the fire within you, the strength and passion which carries us is even more essential.

Let me know how the exercise works for you! I can’t wait to read about it!

Remevolution – The Evolution of Remembering Me