Life Awakening

AWAKEN FROM LIFE is about discovering who you are and about defining your true self so you can seize the helm of your life! This book is changing lives. Let it change yours!

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Story of Hope Love Destiny

If you like inspirational memoirs about the power of hope, or just want to read a candid expose of my previously misaligned life, FINE…LY: My Story of Hope, Love, and Destiny is the book for you!! It’s a page turner!!

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This memoir written by a woman author tells a compelling, impactful true life story about hope and love, and how she found her destiny. An excellent book for women!

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Inspiring Authors Message

Author, Randi G. Fine 

Living Life to the Fullest

Inspirational Author’s Message

The most difficult people in our lives end up being our greatest teachers.   The hurdles they place before us and the challenges they present to us are only lessons that we must learn for our greater good.   Think of the oyster…without the irritating grain of sand there would be no pearl. ~ Randi G. Fine

We all experience times of joy and times of suffering as we move through our lives. Life is a breeze during the happy times; we get to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. But we must ask ourselves how good joy would feel if we had no adversity to contrast it? The phrase, “nobody said life was easy,” was coined with good reason. The truth is, life is hard work…but the beauty of life is that it has many facets.  We are constantly challenged to learn and grow.  And as we rise to those challenges we become stronger, wiser and better human beings. The universe holds all the answers we will ever need. It’s all there for the taking if we watch, listen, and trust our intuition. I invite you to follow me on my journey as I explore the many paths to happiness, and the many avenues that will lead us to living life to the fullest. I wish you serenity and joy in your life. ~ Randi

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Valentines Day Message 2015

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Tribute to a Most Inspiring Woman

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Inspiring Hospice True Story

Written by Randi G. Fine

I have been a hospice volunteer, working with dying patients, for several years. I know – the thought of spending time with people who are dying sounds very depressing, and it may be for many. For me the desire to share time with those who are transitioning from the physical reality to the spiritual reality has burned deep within for many years. It is both a privilege and an honor for me to be with those who need companionship during this crucial time in the journey of their souls. I do not find it depressing at all – I find it highly inspiring and enriching.

Most of the patients I routinely visit with are elderly. While I have deep compassion for them and what they are going through, dying is a more natural progression in the lives of the elderly and somehow easier for me to accept. Still, the wisdom and positive attitudes exuded by these people is remarkable. Each one has left an indelible mark on me in some way.

Yesterday I lost a patient – a very dear, inspiring young woman I had grown to love who had just celebrated her twenty-eighth birthday in January. This young woman’s world had crashed in around her. Not only had she undergone surgeries and chemotherapy that were ineffective in eradicating the cancer she’d been diagnosed with, not only had she been rendered deaf and unable to walk due to a stroke she’d had after brain surgery, and not only had she been given no hope for recovery, her personal life was devastating.

She had been married for close to ten years to a man whom, because he couldn’t deal with her hopeless cancer prognosis, shut off emotionally and told her he no longer loved her. She had two little boys, ages 4 and 6, who were the lights of her life. They remained in Virginia with their father, a place she and her husband both resided before she got sick and had to be transferred to her mother’s house in Florida. In the four months she laid incapacitated in bed at her mother’s house, she never got to touch or hold those boys again. No amount of pleading or reasoning from her family, his family, or the hospice social worker could convince him to bring the boys to her. She Skyped with them, but never got to touch or hold them again. I’ll never understand how that could have happened. Her situation was beyond tragic.

You would think this young woman would be despondent and hopeless, yet she was anything but. She was loving, hopeful, and gracious. She poured love onto every person that entered her room. If you’d ask her how she was feeling (she could no longer hear but she could read lips), she’d always say, “I’m okay” in a very positive way. She never complained. The only way anyone knew she was suffering was by the grimacing of her face. She would never say she was in pain, even when it was a level 9 or 10.

She continued to look hopefully forward up until the moment she took her last breath, never accepting that she would not see any of her plans or dreams come to fruition, even though it was obvious that her body was rapidly succumbing to her cancer.

Each Wednesday when it was time for me to end my visit, I would blow her a kiss and she would blow one back to me. When I said goodbye this week, I blew her the usual kiss and she blew one back to me. But this week was somehow different. I told her I loved her for the very first time and she said she loved me too. We must have both known intuitively that it would be the last time we would see each other in the physical world.

My volunteer coordinator called me yesterday morning to tell me that she had passed that morning. I thought I would take it harder than I did, but it was easy for me to accept because I know she is no longer prisoner to her diseased, cancerous body and in a much better place – a place of love, a place of peace, and a place where she can always watch her sons. And while the cancer destroyed her body, it could never destroy the strength of her spirit and the eternal beauty of her soul. She is not dead – she remains very much alive.

I know I have been especially blessed with the opportunity to have known this beautiful, deeply inspiring woman. For that I am immensely grateful.

So, in case you are still wondering… that is why I do what I do. That is why I am a hospice volunteer.

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Choosing To Think Act Speak Feel More Consciously

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consciousness1How to Choose More Consciously

Written by authors Pia Smith Orleane and Cullen Baird Smith in their book, Remembering Who We Are: Laarkma’s Guidance on Healing the Human Condition (copyrighted material)

If we wish to make conscious choices, we must begin by turning our focus away from others’ behavior and towards our own. This requires a change of strategy in our interactions. We must reprogram ourselves to stop reacting to others and our environment and instead begin to choose conscious actions, regardless of what others are saying or doing. These conscious actions can be as simple as walking away or no-engagement in conflict, learning neither to defend ourselves nor attack others, or quieting ourselves to the degree that we are able to actually listen to the truth in our own hearts. As I (Cullen) always say, “You cannot be in a state of compassion if you are in a state of reaction. And you cannot be in a state of reaction if you are in a state of compassion.” A decision to hold our own peace and not to react to others enhances our ability to make every choice from a place of compassion, both for ourselves and for others. As we turn our focus away from the behavior of others and towards our own behavior, we can begin to ask ourselves honest questions about how we are engaging in life. Here are a few questions we find helpful in examining ourselves:

  • How am I greeting the world with my face (my expressions) and my speech?
  • Am I expressing negative energy in my thoughts, tones, or speech?
  • Do I remember that every thought I place in my own water (within my own being) either enhances or pollutes the water of all others and the planet?
  • Are my tones and words filled with kindness, compassion, and love?
  • Am I actively taking responsibility for what is mine to change?
  • Am I inappropriately taking responsibility for what is not mine?
  • Am I looking for goodness, rather than flaws?
  • How am I being unconscious in my habitual behaviors?
  • How am I being thoughtless or insensitive to others?
  • Are the differences I notice attached to emotions and beliefs?
  • What do I believe that keeps me stuck?
  • How are my perceptions incorrect?
  • Do I spend enough time connecting to Nature?
  • Am I being quiet enough to really listen?

The questions above refer to choices in our actions as governed by our thoughts; they are examples of how to apply *The Ten Choices in our daily activities and interactions. As we ask ourselves these questions, it becomes easier and easier to make better choices consciously. As we consider the above questions we find Laarkmaa’s wise counsel interwoven through each word. *The Ten Choices compiled from Laarkmaa’s comprehensive wisdom, will certainly guide us into our own healing and the remembrance of Who We Are.

*The Ten Choices for Evolution

The explanation of each Ten Choices is found in Chapter 10: Guidelines for Living in Pia and Cullen’s book Remembering Who We Are: Laarkma’s Guidance on Healing the Human Condition
  • The First Choice: Choose love.
  • The Second Choice: Choose trust.
  • The Third Choice: Choose to create new perspectives for cooperation rather than competition.
  • The Fourth Choice: Choose to be compassionate.
  • The Fifth Choice: Choose transcendence.
  • The Sixth Choice: Choose truth.
  • The Seventh Choice: Choose to illuminate our lives with joy.
  • The Eighth Choice: Choose to connect.
  • The Ninth Choice: Choose harmony.
  • The Tenth Choice: Choose to be aware, to be responsible, and to make choices from the heart in every present moment.

Copyrighted material reprinted only with permission from authors Pia Smith Orleane and Cullen Baird Smith

Listen to the interview I did with Pia, Cullen, and Laarkma on A Fine Time for Healing. Hear Laarkma’s voice as the star entity answers to my questions.


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Everyday Malfunctions Caused by Mercury Retrograde Jan and Feb 2015

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It’s Groundhog Day All Over Again!

Article by Larry Schwimmer  Posted February 2, 2015 on Huffpost Healthy Living

I feel a bit like the “astrologer version” of Punxsutawny Phil, the legendary groundhog in the movie Groundhog Day, who emerges each spring from his burrow to announce whether – weather conditions will be good or bad.

Less dramatically, as I step out of my home in San Francisco and look in the skies, I see planetary weather that could be problematic, because…from January 21 to February 11, Mercury will again be retrograde. So, I have to warn you, it’s “groundhog day” again!

I want to help you avoid the frustration and annoyance from this event felt by Phil Connors, the main character in the movie played by Bill Murray. Unlike him you are not “doomed to spend the rest of eternity” plagued by the problems of Mercury retrograde. However, you can expect to be a bit challenged for the next three weeks as the world seems to go haywire with unusual communication problems, misunderstandings, out of the ordinary delays and equipment breakdowns of all kinds. In addition, you can expect upsetting problems occurring in our stock market and economy, as well as politicians with bad ideas and inept solutions.

For those people who are not familiar with Mercury retrograde (such as those living in a cave, being held captive by aliens or because no mention of it appeared in the Wall Street Journal), please let me briefly explain.

The planet Mercury rules our intelligence, mind, memory and, all types of communication ranging from talking and texting to writing. It also affects our self-expression, and communication style. In a more public sense, it rules commerce, computers, telephones, transportation and air travel.

How Mercury functions in a person’s birth chart explains a great deal about how they think, formulate ideas and communicate them. It indicates how someone makes sense of the everyday world they live in. During these three weeks when Mercury is retrograde, one’s mental faculties and communication skills are not functioning well; in fact they seem to mal-function.

When this unique event happens (3 times this year), communications of all types go awry, haywire, or even crazy! Unexpectedly, normal communication becomes unreliable, filled with misinformation where important data is missing or misunderstood. The passage of information from one person to the other seems to be unintentionally cloudy or confusing in some way. A person’s intellectual, communication and mental processes – are less acute. They become dull, careless, mistake-prone and forgetful.

The result is that any action one takes or decision one makes during the retrograde don’t have the intended result. In fact, they often fail or seem sabotaged. As a result they will have to be re-done or restructured in some way when the Retrograde period ends and Mercury goes direct.

The traditional advice I’ve written about for years should still be regarded: don’t start projects; don’t sign contracts; don’t get married; don’t buy equipment or a new car; and avoid travel. And, be ever vigilant for mis-communications and mis-understandings. Oh yes, one last thing: expect delays and be patient.

Why This Retrograde is Extremely Unique

Each Mercury retrograde has a certain flavor and character based on the sign that Mercury is in when it goes retrograde and the sign that it ends up in when it goes direct. They are often different signs. This retrograde is unique in that Mercury will start out in the “air” sign of Aquarius and end up in Aquarius. In astrology there are four “elements”: Fire, Earth, Air and Water. This retrograde is even more unique because Mercury retrograde periods only occur in the same “element” (i.e. Fire, Earth, Air, Water) sign approximately every seven years.

What’s even more noteworthy is that the Sun will be entering this same air sign of Aquarius the day before, January 20; and when Mercury turns direct on Feb 11th the Sun will still be in Aquarius. Why is this all so significant?

Noted astro-cycles expert, Ray Merriman gives the answer,

“The last time there was an air-air-air trio involving this set up of Mercury retrograde and the Sun (in the same element) was in 2008. In fact, it happened three times in 2008: January 28-February 18, May 26-June 19, September 24-October 15. You might remember what happened in 2008 in regards to the world economy. The time before that was in 2001, when it occurred twice: June 3-27 and October 1-22. You might remember what happened in 2001 in regards to the world economy, as the dot com bubble burst in May of that year, followed by the attack on the World Trade Center in September 2001. It was a time of hysteria in financial markets and politics. This trio was also present in late 1929 and 1930 too. It is approximately a 7-year cycle.”

As you may recall, during 2008, the stock market was crashing and world economies were being brought to their knees. Panic and fear occurred in all the financial markets. There was confusion and upset among politicians and our government as to what to do. As one would expect, since it was during the retrograde, many bad ideas were turned into poorly thought-out, expedient solutions. It’s taken us years to dig “partially” out of that economic hole and the turmoil created during those times.

Once again, we have Mercury retrograde in the air sign of Aquarius during an ominous time in the world and in the financial markets. Be sure to pay attention to your investments (as in: “It’s January 21st. Do you know where your money is?”) But how is this Mercury retrograde likely to affect your communications and interactions during the next three weeks?

One of the positive qualities of Mercury in the air sign of Aquarius is that people are likely to express their humanitarian side by being more empathetic than usual. Unfortunately, they will also have a tendency to stubbornly believe they are right. There is a mental arrogance often at work when Mercury is in this air sign. It becomes hard for people to admit when they’re wrong and have made a mistake. (“It’s not my error. I’m sure of it.”)

People will get attached to ideas that won’t work, especially ones that seem new and innovative to them. In fact, in an effort to correct a mistake they’ve made, they will come up with a method to fix a problem that actually makes the problem worst. That’s what you can expect during this Mercury retrograde.

Imagine someone losing the package you ordered. Instead of saying, “Sorry, let me send you out a new package, they’re likely to come up with some ridiculous suggestion to remedy the problem. (“Since our delivery person couldn’t find your apartment, why don’t we send the package to your sister’s home. Then she can call you when it arrives and you can drive over to her house and pick it up.”)

Eventually, when this retrograde is over, the more positive side of Mercury in Aquarius will take over. The ideas and solutions that are proposed are truly innovative and better thought out, and more likely to work. They are likely to be both brilliant and practical solutions.

Wait Until Mercury Retrograde is Over

Wait until Mercury goes direct on February 11, to take action and make important decisions. When that happens, clearer communication will return, important data can again be relied on, and you’ll see matters with crystal clear vision. You’ll possess important information you didn’t know while Mercury was retrograde. This new knowledge will help ensure you’re making a correct decision. If you heed this cautionary advice, you’ll have less frustration, fewer mistakes and disappointing failures during these three weeks.

If you want to know if you were born with Mercury Retrograde; and, where your personal transits are – to see if they are affecting you, go to Free Transit Calculator and enter your birth date. And, if you’re curious to learn more about your personal Horoscope in 2015 and what it says about your love relationships, career, investments and health: Order your customized Report: Your Horoscope & Future in 2015.

Larry Schwimmer is president of, a San Francisco-based consulting company. The firm uses planetary cycles analysis to counsel individual and corporate clients on picking the “best dates” to make successful decisions of all types: personal, marketing, financial, and political. The firm currently advises a diverse client base that includes politicians, presidents of major corporations and an MLB baseball team. Schwimmer is an internationally known business consultant, life coach and astrologer (with a Fortune 500 M&A background). Visit his website: Larry Schwimmer is an astrologer in private practice. For private consultations on your compatibility with someone, contact him at: or go to
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Loved One Beyond Sends Hopeful Message


Hopeful Messages From the Afterlife

Article Written by Randi G. Fine

As I stated in my article, Is There Life After Death, for many years I have had an insatiable curiosity about the infinitive properties of consciousness. That curiosity has led me to fill my personal library with books written by noted, and in some cases scientifically tested, psychic mediums such as John Edward, James Van Praagh, the late Sylvia Browne, and George Anderson.  I have seen three of them, as well as psychic medium Lisa Williams  and Brian L. Weiss, M.D., author of Many Lives, Many Masters, speak live and in person. I have had several mediums on my radio show, A Fine Time for Healing, including my fabulous monthly guest Spiritual Medium Laura Lee.

There are several intriguing accounts of the life after life phenomenon in books that I have read such as near death survivors Betty Eade’s Embraced by the Light, and Paul Perry’s Saved by the Light.  I have read fascinating, eye opening books written by respected physicians Raymond Moody, M.D., the world’s leading authority in the field of near death experiences, and Elisabeth Kubler Ross, M.D., a pioneer in near death studies.  My bibliography could go on and on. My belief is unshakeable.james van praagh6

I preface this article with these references primarily to suggest that my investigation into the life after death phenomenon is fairly extensive.  Not only have I read more books than I can recall on this controversial subject matter and witnessed a plethora of evidence through others before my very eyes, I have also had a few undeniable experiences myself.

The phenomenon that I am referring to is not ghostly or ghoulish. Most often these are loving experiences, not frightening ones.  Our loved ones on the other side do not want us to be fearful; they come out of a love that is purer than we can ever begin to grasp.

In one of my own experiences, in addition to the messages lovingly meant for me, I was given an important message to pass on to someone else.  That “someone else,” the spirit’s parents, were as far removed as one can get from even the tiniest inkling of the concept I was about to share with them.

The dilemma weighed on me. Many questions ran through my mind. “How am I going to deliver this message to those who lacked belief, who I was sure could not conceive of what I was to tell them?  Was it cruel to pass this message on to parents who were grieving the finality of the loss of their child? How would I present the difficult but important message that I had been entrusted with? Would they receive it with anger, resentment, pain, or distrust?  Would they embrace me as a loving messenger, sink deeper into despair, or never speak to me again?”pensive_woman

I wrestled with these questions for a few days, my conscience torn between the possibility of hurting someone deeply, of appearing like I had lost my mind, and the responsibility I felt to fulfill this loving request from the beyond.

My spiritual friend had gone to great lengths to prove his existence and to assure my belief in his authenticity. Though I wasn’t ready—I could never be prepared for something like that–there was only one acceptable answer to my conundrum.  Though I may have not personally understood the importance of his message, I had to trust the sender’s intentions in reaching his loved ones.  That would take a giant leap of faith on my part.

To be as effective as possible, I felt that the message delivery must be done face to face with his parents.  I conjured up a believable pretense for my need to see them, then I made the telephone call and scheduled a time to visit.

Upon my arrival on the day of the visit, I sat down with his parents on the sofa in their apartment and we had a lovely chat. During the course of the conversation I gently eased into the delivery of the bomb I believed I was about to drop on them. I slowly began revealing the details of my odd but profound experience.old lady

As his mother focused her attention on my words, her eyes got wider and wider.  She asked me many questions, trying hard to comprehend the largely inconceivable concept of talking with “dead people.”

I explained that her son, as well as two of her other loved ones who had passed on, were very concerned about her state of mind. They knew, just as I had known, that she had slumped into a long-term depression and given up her will to live. I explained that they had been trying to reach her and get her attention, but had been unable to.

She was surprisingly receptive and open to the news; though I am not sure how much she understood. But that did not matter. She seemed happy with our conversation and I was more than relieved to leave the visit on a high note.

As I share this experience with you today, I wish I could report that this story had a dramatic, earth-shattering ending. I cannot. But maybe somewhere down the line it will, then again maybe it will not. But that is irrelevant. We are all called on to be messengers of sorts many times throughout our lives; sometimes consciously, sometimes not. And messages of hope and love should always prompt a call to duty, no matter how uncomfortable we may find them. We may never know the serendipitous domino effects of our actions and reactions in life. All we can do is trust in these loving messages and act on them as we are asked to.


Our loved ones who have passed on want us to know that they are very much alive and happy. They want us to know that they that they love us and are always with us, so acknowledge their presence.  Give them the most beautiful gift you can; let them know that you have moved on with your life and are doing fine.  When our loved ones know we are happy, they are at peace.

Our loved ones on the other side know with certainty something that many of us in the physical world remain uncertain of. They know that they will be joyously reunited with us before long, and that there is, without a shadow of a doubt, life after death.

Read more articles on this topic:

Life After Death Exists

Death Nonexistent Life Eternal

True Angel Story

The Rainbow Bridge





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Angel Meditation

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A Daily OM Article by Madisyn Taylor

A meditation with your angels can provide a new gentleness into your normal meditation routine.

Though your host of spirit guides encompasses many diverse beings, all of which willingly watch over you, meditating with angels can be a uniquely insightful experience. The angels stationed at your side are both powerful and knowledgeable—they possess a limitless understanding of your needs and desires, your strengths and weaknesses, and your purpose. However, angels take an active part in our lives only when invited to do so. Meditation allows you to make contact with your angels and lovingly request that they participate actively in your day-to-day life.

To begin, retreat to a solitary place where you won’t be distracted by concerns. Incense and candlelight may aid you in achieving a meditative state but are not necessary. However, laying an image of an angel, angel statue, or item symbolizing your angels before you can focus your thoughts. Sit comfortably, breathe deeply, and let yourself relax. When you feel peaceful, invite your angels from the highest of light to sit with you as you meditate. Mentally repeat your request and reiterate that this time together is important to you. Then, in your mind’s eye, visualize a bright-white light floating above you. As you breathe, draw this light first into the crown of your head and then into the whole of your physical self. Allow this light to spread through your arms and hands, your core, and your lower body. Repeat this integration of illumination with a violet light.

Once again, ask your angels to be with you. Let the stillness surrounding you enter your soul, and open your heart to your angel guides. If they wish to communicate a message, they will do so now. Allow them to wrap their wings around you and infuse you with their bountiful love. Breathe them in as you did the light. As the meditation draws to a close, you may feel a presence, fluttering wings, or billowing fabric, or you may see an angel in your mind’s eye. Thank them for providing you with love and light, and being with you as you meditated. If you don’t sense or feel anything, there is no cause for worry—you can be certain your angels are with you. Don’t be surprised if you start to see signs throughout the day that your angels are near, perhaps a feather at your doorstep. As you practice this meditation, you will become increasingly adept at recognizing when your angels are near and sensing their presence.

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Inspirational Quote About Truth, Perception and Intuition

Words of Wisdom by Randi G. Fine

Always look deeper…beyond what you see is what is real. ~Randi G. Fine~

We have all heard the expression, “What you see is what you get,” meaning that the person saying it is honest, upfront and has no hidden agenda. In that context the idiom may be true. However, though it may seem so, that statement does not actually apply to life as most of us perceive it.

We cannot trust the limitations of the perception of our five senses. When we learn to look deeper, to trust our intuitions, our subtle senses, we are likely to arrive closer to truth than if we do not.

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Inspirational Faith Quote

Inspirational Faith Quote

The belief that you are never alone and that you always have divine guidance, will carry you when you find it hard to carry yourself. Have faith in the perfection of the Universe. As difficult as life sometimes seem, understand that there is a greater plan for everything that happens. ~Randi G. Fine~

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