Want to tap into your truest gifts? Play!

Want to tap into your truest gifts? Play!

Playing is nothing short of evolving ourselves. (Pretty sure I just figured out the theory of everything. You’re welcome.) It’s often in these playful states that we’re the most open, joyful, and present. And when we are open and present, that is exactly when we are most likely to make inspired connections, spark new ideas, and see things from a different perspective.

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How to live a full-spectrum life

How to live a full-spectrum life

You yourself are the crucible, and you are your very own alchemist. And when the alchemist and the crucible realize they’re in cahoots with each other… bam! You don't just make magic, you ARE magic.

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Find the ultimate self-empowerment at the heart of home

Find the ultimate self-empowerment at the heart of home

Like any wild thing buried deep, it claws its way back to the surface, revitalized after its forced hibernation. As much as we try, we can’t resist. It will not be denied. And we love it.

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Create your own spell: an exercise in creative self-empowerment

Create your own spell: an exercise in creative self-empowerment

It was my first spell, one of my first tricks for creative self-empowerment.

I didn’t know it then, didn’t know that I could imprint myself on the world and invite it to cooperate and conspire with me.

Didn’t understand that we are all capable of everyday magic.

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How to spark your creative self-empowerment: The art of the medicine bag

How to spark your creative self-empowerment: The art of the medicine bag

Creativity is like the gateway drug to self-empowerment, because creativity always starts with the rush of desire.

And desires... they come from the heart. Nothing more powerful than that. Our truest, deepest desires are our treasures.

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Imaginary Conversations with the Dalai Lama: Part II

Imaginary Conversations with the Dalai Lama: Part II

Stories are like this essence that swirls around us at all times, just waiting to be recognized and acknowledged. And when we do, the stories burst into brilliant, multidimensional life. 

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Imaginary Conversations with the Dalai Lama: Part I

Why do I laugh? Because you can't spread joy with a knife.

Sometimes, when I lie in bed at night unable to sleep, I think about what I would say to the Dalai Lama. I don't know why. He just seems fun.

What would you say?

Love + courage,
Calee

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