Delia Yeager


You Are Spirit

Posted by Delia Yeager on October 28, 2014
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The Day of the Dead Healing Workshop  3:00 – 6:00 pm This Saturday, November 1

In a world that says you are your body, your car, your job-career-bank book-education-mind-thoughts-feelings-history-story-past-pain-joy-sorrow-regret-fear-longing-etc, it can be challenging to experience yourself as anything Else. You are Spirit – an Infinite Being of Light and comprehension beyond books or words. Experience is the currency of Being, and vibration is how You (Spirit) are expressed in the body. November the 1st is the Day of the Dead, when the veil between the worlds is thinnest in many traditions.

The Day of the

Just Enough Kills Plenty

Posted by Delia Yeager on October 26, 2014
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When you are “happy with just enough,” you are setting your system up to not make more, or to cause new “unexpected” expenses to come up just then, to insure that you have Just Enough. A person who is comfortable with Plenty would never want Just Enough. And a person who would want Just Enough is probably is probably not comfortable with Plenty. Maybe Plenty is scary because if you had plenty, you would have something to lose. Or maybe Plenty is scary because everyone you know has only Just Enough, and having Plenty would disturb the group equilibrium. Whose energy

It Is Time To Come Home

Posted by Delia Yeager on October 23, 2014
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I am nothing. I do not matter. I live only for you. I live for others, absolutely.”  The one says. “You are nothing. You do not matter. You live only for me. I am what is important. Forget your useless, worthless self, absolutely.”  The other says. But these are lies. If you abandon your Self, who will BE you?

You – the bright spark Infinite Being who chose and plotted to create a body for a glorious adventure as Spirit on a Mission in physical form.

If you throw yourself away, carelessly, wantonly, pridefully – if you care so

Invalidation Colors Everything

Posted by Delia Yeager on October 21, 2014
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The more invalidation you normally run in your system, the more likely you are to take exception to things that other people say. The more likely you are to hear, “You normally don’t look very good,” when someone says, “Hey! You look great today!” The more invalidation you normally have in your system, the more likely you are to have your feelings hurt, to prefer fantasy to real-work-right-here-reality, the more likely you are to be tired, not feel very good about yourself, and like it’s just not “realistic” to think that things could ever really get very good. The more