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Unplugged in Maui

Posted on by Tracy in communicate, Gratitude, peaceful, spiritual experience, Verizon | No Comments

A Pause When was the last time you unplugged from all social media? I recently took a trip to a women’s conference and told my social media community I was unplugged for the weekend. I tried really hard to stay off Facebook and Twitter. After the conference, I met my husband for a week in Maui. We are blessed to travel there often, so the need to run around seeing and doing is not quite as high; however, I had traveled over to the conference with a virus, and it made a come back for our romantic (not) week in Maui. I was a sniffling, coughing mess. I had started a private, 30-day challenge meditation group on Facebook, two weeks prior to the trip. So, I was in a Zen-like space. Even though I was sick each day, I was able to mediate on the beach in the sunshine and take a pause. I posted a …

Are You Living Your Purpose?

Posted on by Tracy in authentic, business, focus, growth, life, Love, peaceful, spiritual experience, Success | No Comments

By Jenna Gessay Yes, you have a reason for being, and believe it or not, you already ARE it. You may have not yet chosen, however, to express it in a way that truly supports your highest good. That’s okay. That’s what human life just may be about – finding that alignment, and dancing in harmony with it. I am a person who believes we are all connected and one with the divine, and that there is a special imprint, as unique as a fingerprint, woven through our being. That blueprint on our souls, the divinely inspired “why” we are here, can be called our purpose. In my opinion, our purpose isn’t to “do” anything specific. Our purpose is literally to BE THE LIGHT THAT WE ARE. Our mission is to embody our divine light, and to bring it to the world through our own expression and unique offering. Often this …

The first of many Spiritual Experiences ~ Bali

Posted on by Tracy in Bali, Challenge, Gratitude, growth, miracles, peaceful, sobriety, spiritual experience, struggle | No Comments

I had made a drastic change in my life a year prior to this trip.  I had been given the ‘keys’ to a magical FREEDOM that I had been searching for my whole life.  I had been given the gift of sobriety. I had always felt uncomfortable in my own skin.  From birth, I had felt this way.  Nothing, most painfully including myself, ever seemed to be ‘good enough.’  I tried many ways to feel different about who I was and how I felt.  As I got older (13 years) I realized that alcohol could make me feel just a little different. It was enough that I latched onto it for years and years. At 19 years old, I landed the perfect job for my irritable soul, an airline career that would allow me the opportunity to move around and travel all over the world.  Still feeling uncomfortable and 30+ …

Inspired by Luci

Posted on by Tracy in authentic, Challenge, exercise, goals, growth, life, Love, peaceful, play, struggle, Success | 4 Comments

Do you remember being a child and dreaming huge wonderful dreams that moved your soul? Do you remember running so fast that you felt your legs were going to fly right out from underneath you? Or rolling down a hill with your body hitting every single bump in the land and having no fear or worry in the world about getting hurt as you went sailing down that hill of unknown?

Deep Inside Our Souls . . .

Posted on by Tracy in authentic, Challenge, communicate, death, dying, Embrace, family, Gratitude, Grow, importance, life, Love, peaceful, Uncategorized | No Comments

T was diagnosed with throat cancer last August after noticing a lump on his throat along with some other symptoms. The outlook for his illness was pretty grim, although the doctors did give him some hope. He underwent months of hellish radiation, which did things to his body that I will not even go into. As he was finishing his last radiation treatment, his heart started giving him trouble. The doctors suggested that if he could make it a year, they could possibly undergo heart surgery to repair the heart; but in the end, his heart would still most likely be the thing that would kill him. His heart is doing that now, as he has a 6 cm. aneurysm in his aorta and there is nothing more to be done.

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