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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Out of Energy?

Being out of energy is an illusion. You cannot ever be out of energy because you are surrounded by energy; it is literally all around you. What has happened is that you have put your attention elsewhere and therefore allowed your energy to go towards other thoughts, but you still have energy. I will show you how you can quickly reclaim the energy you have redirected.

The air is jam packed with oxygen molecules. Each molecule has protons, electrons and neutrons. An electron will move around the nucleus at the speed of 2,200 kilometers per second which is 1% the speed of light which will allow an electron to go around the earth in 18 seconds. Now with that kind of speed around your body it is not logical that your become tired.

Try this experiment when you are exhausted.
  • Notice where your thoughts are taking you - past, present or future situations.
  • Stop that reoccurring thought process by saying, “Stop!”
  • Then put your attention on the molecules around your body.
  • Imagine you are walking in a sea of energy, which you are.

I usually find my energy will come back up in less than five minutes. Let me know what happens for you.

Marnie Vincolisi 

NASA Photo: Veil Nebula Supernova Remnant. If you would like to see what NASA has found in the Universe, try this link - I find the images are great to meditate upon.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Be Inspired and Inspiring!

We all help each other on this earth, and there are times when we are not even aware of the impact we have on others. I was inspired by a story about a man, Jim Henry, who wrote a bestselling book when he was 98 years old. He was motivated to write his life story, In a Fisherman’s Language, because he heard of George Dawson, a man who was a son of a slave and wrote his first book, Life is So Good, at the age of 101. Jim said, “If he can do it, I can do it.” Now here’s the amazing part. Jim was illiterate until the age of 92. Yes he learned to read and write in his 90s. Impressive!

I am challenged when I sit down to put onto pages my new book and I question whether, at 67, I can do this. Well, Jim and George have inspired me. And if they can do it, so can I.

So what’s holding you back from your dreams? People manifest their dreams every day, at every age. Why not you? Be inspired! And don’t forget to be inspiring. Whether you know it or not, people are watching you and are amazed by your gifts and the things you do. Inspiration is all around you. Look for it and know you are creating it.

To your inspirational power,
Marnie Vincolisi

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Fall is in the Air

So what is falling around you? Are pounds falling away? Or do you have that as a goal? Are you working on letting go of outdated beliefs? Is it time to move away from people and institutions that no longer serve your highest order?

Whatever your intent, now is the time to activate this desire by allowing nature to support you. If you think about it, the earth is mostly nature. Did you know we comprise only 8% of the earth? Look around you. Compare your size to what lies around you. As you stand outside notice the amount of mass you take up compared to the trees, plants, ground, oceans, mountains, and other species.

We are so minute compared to the power of nature so use this force to your advantage. As you observe the leaves falling from the trees or the color falling away from the plants, allow this movement to support your desired intent. Life is meant to be enjoyable. It does not need to be a constant challenge. Fall into nature and let her support you. It really can be that easy.

Marnie Vincolisi

Monday, August 31, 2015

Stay Present When Discomforts Arise

I have been traveling for about two months now and it has been a journey in more ways than one. Everywhere I go, I work at staying conscious of the messages that are being presented by spirit. Some are subtle and then there are those that scream in your face!

My tour in Damanhur was one of those loud messages that will not let you go back to sleep. Because I am still traveling, my time to get online is limited so there will be more to follow. Let me just say for now that when you ask to grow, change and be more enlightened, it is not always comfortable.

When challenges arise, stay present! The chatter in your head will try to lead you astray, but if you can stop, take a breath, and notice the world around you, it will help you understand what is going on and why.

Got to catch a flight!

Sending you love from afar,
Marnie Vincolisi

Friday, August 21, 2015

The Blessings Brought By Our Experiences

During a spiritual journey not all experiences are meant to challenge the spirit. Many bless it.

One of our blessings, the Crestone tour, resulted from spending time at a delightful spa in New Mexico called Ojo Caliente ( While soaking in the natural springs there, irritants from our bug bites where gently pulled out of our skin while we relaxed in baths of natural soda, iron, arsenic, and other minerals from the land.

I found the soda bath to be very nurturing. It brought to mind how Cleopatra might have felt as she soaked in her baths. This gave me the opportunity to move into a past life and entertain the idea of what it was like to live in Egypt long ago. We slathered mud all over out bodies and let it dry and tighten our skin in the sun. It was all so soothing and at the end of our spa adventure the itching was gone.

It is so easy In the summer to enjoy the gifts that nature has in store for us. Go out and find your joy. Nature will direct you.

Many blessings,
Marnie Vincolisi

Friday, August 14, 2015

What's Bugging You Today?

When outdoor summer fun includes bugs that irritate and bite, try using lavender oil with its pleasant fragrance to deter the nastiest insects and also calm your nervous system. A wise woman once told me to mix lavender oil, lemon juice, and apple cider vinegar as a spray-on concoction to protect against bug bites. But if you've already been bitten, once the poison has entered your skin, tee tree oil works well to pull the venom out and relieve the itch. Burn citronella or use sprays containing this element to keep the air around you free from these tiny dive bombers.

It really is all about finding a gentle way to address the irritants that show up in our lives on a daily basis. On a spiritual journey, these opportunities present themselves in spades. What's tickling your psyche? In every given moment, you get to choose if you are going to let it disturb you or not. It is your choice. No one or no thing out there is trying to upset you. Every situation which presents itself
is an opportunity for growth.

Remember it is not what is happening to you that changes your life. It is how you handle the situation that makes all the difference. How will you respond to life's little irritants today? Do they remind you of something? Do you carry your memories in a neutral or negative fashion?

Marnie Vincolisi

Friday, August 7, 2015

Change Your Thoughts and Let Irritations Become Messengers

Last week I talked about how buzzing and biting insects can throw off your energy, if you allow it. But with the proper adjustments, you can ease the distress and become aware of the message contained in the experience.

These adjustments can also hinder or aid the environment. One could spray toxic chemicals to kill these little intruders, which will hinder the growth and life of more constructive insects and birds. Or one could take some of the irritation oneself without immediate relief while protecting the environment. Although healthy alternatives do not always work as fast as chemicals, remember time is an illusion, and we have the ability to transcend it and move beyond the discomfort if given the chance.

Trying a gentler approach towards these little flying attacks holds the opportunity to move from the irritation in present time to understanding why the irrigation is present. Look at who or what is irritating you in your life and adjust your thinking. Give the troublesome situation a new perspective and those bugs just may stop biting.

Marnie Vincolisi