Melissa Hevenor
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A Month of Thanks, and a Whirlwind of Gratitude

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Gratitude is an adjective that certainly is a verb in my life. Having gratefulnes and gratitude on a daily basis, lthough this month has been filled with a surplus of blessings. It is truly a time of thanksgiving, not from the freedom of a governmental regime, or a religious institution, but a thanks for freedom to nurture a business that revolves around a lifestyle of spirituality, giving back and serving a bigger purpose. My journey of gratitude began at a sell-more summit hosted by the amazing company called “Speaking Empire.” I love what I do with a passion, and I wanted to find a way to inspire and uplift people, aiding and healing on a larger scale, broadening my impact and ability to serve as a vessel to share and spread G-d’s love in a way that also brought abundance and comfort in my life, but most importantly, gives me the opportunity to share my story, my gifts and impact the world, being of service to G-d, and a higher power.

The president of Speaking Empire is Dave Vanhoose, a brilliant businessman, who is fulfilling his spiritual purpose by empowering entrepreneurs in all areas of business, who desire to serve a larger purpose making the world a better place. I was able to make connections at this summit that will forever positively impact me as a person, and my spiritual business. Friendships were made that will last, I am positive, a lifetime, and I am so proud of being a part of the Speaking Empire family. This business venture will give me the opportunity to travel internationally, inspiring people and sharing my spiritual abilities. I have a whole new framework, for thinking about my gifts in terms of business that can serve a larger purpose.

If this was not enough, I was blessed to be invited to an ashram in Tampa, where Dave’s spiritual teacher and guru resides, in order to enlighten the area and help people develop spiritually, through her love and divine connection. The ashram was amazing. Entering the house is like entering a whole other dimensions of living. You sit on the floor at the feet of the guru, as she teaches about various topics. The walls are filled with flowers, hand-painted, in every color, as the guru chose to invite the garden in, since the presence of oak trees made it difficult to grow a flourishing flower garden on the outside. Everyone at the ashram is vegetarian, and the food was amazing! We ate only three times a day, soups which were more like stews, filled with beans, vegetables and rice, and were not hungry for hours in-between meals, only eating three meals a day. We arrived at the ashram anywhere from 10-11 a.m., had breakfast, then the guru would teach until around 4, we would eat again, as a group, on the floor, and she would proceed to teach until 8:30 at night when we would eat dinner together. I felt so at home there. I learned much more than I could ever share in one blog, but three of the most impactful things that happened were I decided to become vegetarian, after having the guru explain that when we ingest meat, we are putting our bodies’ vibrations to a vibration equivalent to a graveyard. As a spiritual person who understands the importance of energetic vibration, this was a way of conceptualizing vegetarianism in a way that immediately released me from any desire to consume meat, wanting to eat only plants, who willingly give their vegetable sand fruits, She went on to explain that karmically, we are ingesting all the negativity and karma that the animals experienced before and during losing their lives, because an animal’s natural instinct is to survive. The next thing that impacted me deeply was understanding that we should all eliminate the phrase “I don’t know” from our vocabularies, because stating “I don’t know” diminishes the idea that we are part of the “I am” or G-d that created us. it is okay to replace that phrase with “I will find out…” or that’s a great question,” as long as you’re not combining “I don’t know.” To do so, you are lowering your vibration to a negative 20, no matter how spiritual or enlightened you may be, every time you say it. The last thing she opened my eyes to, was the idea that it is not good to wear the color black. If you mix any other color with the color black, the color always remains black. Therefore, when we wear black on our bodies, we are cutting off light and the energy chakra points. She said people are drawn to wearing black and having black cars, because black feeds the ego, causing separation from others, separation from the light, and isolating us as individuals, and allowing us to blend in or fade in the background, denying our own divine connection. This was so eye-opening for me I immediately went shopping after the first day, and bought more white clothes and eliminated all my black underwear and my favorite black evening gown, because the last thing I want is to be separated from the light, and embrace a way of life that blocks my chakra points, causing isolation or blending in. Needless to say, I am now a vegetarian, although I am currently consuming some fish, doing things in baby steps, but I have thrown away almost all black garments, except those that have sentimental value and I am much more conscious of the amount of black that is in retail stores, particularly in the winter.

Not to say that these are choices that everyone needs to make, but I would certainly suggest considering it, and being more aware when you eat and shop. I have already noticed a positive effect on my readings, physical health, and daily connection with G-d. Therefore, I felt a sense of gratitude greater on this Thanksgiving than I ever have, and I did not consume any turkey!

The empowerment to love others stems from the presence and acknowledgement to enrapture one’s spirit in self-love

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

As I stated a few days ago, “the waters of change are here, and I am going to make a splash and cause a ripple effect of positive change, beyond the mind’s comprehension.” So many doors of opportunity have not only cracked open but have swung open, with a red carpet lining the path that is a new and exciting chapter in  my spiritual development, career and journey known as life. Why is this fork different from other forks in the road that promised opportunities paving the way for dreams to come true? The difference is my readiness to embrace self-love that begins by acknowledging flaws and embracing the imperfections while working on self-improvement as a process free of expectations. doing things that bring me peace and happiness will, hopefully, inspire and uplift others to live authentically , with the cards they are dealt, being unafraid to shuffle them, embracing a sequence pattern that was once unknown. In other words, the unknown  no longer evokes fear, because there is certainty  in the understanding that at some level, or on some dimension, there is a higher power, that is, ultimately in charge and is ready to fully support and perpetuate your highest potential. Once you find the inner strength and self-worth to believe in that potential, you will  unapologetically walk the path of your life’s purpose with peace, happiness, and contentment in your role within society,that exudes greatness beyond the third dimension,

Opportunities to be photographed and celebrated for my differences that set me apart form others, have fallen  into place, with the logistics of contracts signed, and creative projects underway that highlight the strength of the human spirit to rise above any misfortune, as demonstrated by my individual story, yet celebratory and universal in nature. For all who understand that no matter  how difficult one’s life is during their current incarnation, their spirit chose these intricate details of their life path. G-d would only grant such a journey if there is belief that each individual’s spirit is strong enough to endure this chosen lifetime, in an effort to perpetuate spiritual growth, reaching for nirvana, o r enlightenment, using the present life as a springboard, to allow more light into your energetic spiritual body. Ultimately , it is only after embracing and loving our own shadows, illuminating our own inner strength, that we can reach a deeper long-lasting  inner flame, that burns so brightly it sets the darkest corners of the earth ablaze with an eternal abundance of divine love.