Intuitive AF

Intuitive AF

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Back in April, my intuition pointed me to three spiritual principles to define Spirit Uncensored: Choice, Faith and Gratitude. However, my intuition failed to warn me that to lead this organization successfully, I would have to go through a gauntlet of spiritual lessons on the power of choice, faith and gratitude. This month, we’re focusing on faith. Unfortunately, releasing fear and trusting that my life is always unfolding perfectly is easier said than done. But because I’d just completed a 4-month exploration of “The Power of Decision”, I foolishly believed I could simply choose to let my intuition guide me through my personal tests of faith. I feel like I use my intuition about 68% of the time...so I’m not quite intuitive AF. But now that I’m focused on following…
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Shit-Talking Karen

Shit-Talking Karen

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Working in the television industry is literally the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I spent my first 3 ½ years in LA cycling through unemployment, unpaid internships and part-time jobs. It took 4 more years of working as an assistant before I finally stepped into an executive role. On top of that, working in the TV industry is EXTREMELY challenging. There are a lot of tight deadlines with expectations of perfect and polished content, a high volume of work, and managing a lot of anxious people who are stressed out by the challenging workload. This perfect storm of events led to the birth of Shit-Talking Karen. She’s the voice in my head who second-guesses everything. She criticizes me every opportunity she gets. She judges everyone and everything that doesn’t go…
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Join Rev. Karen at the West Hollywood Dyke March!

Join Rev. Karen at the West Hollywood Dyke March!

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Please join Rev. Karen Frost and some of the Spirit Uncensored Spiritual Rockstars at the West Hollywood Dyke March on Friday, June 7, 2019. Rev. Karen will be the keynote speaker.  We will end Dyke March by marching up Santa Monica Blvd. led by a female drum circle and into the Pride festival to watch Paula Abdul perform! Event Location:  Sal Guariello Veterans Memorial Park 8447 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood,  CA 90069 United States + Google Map About Rev. Karen Frost Rev. Karen Frost is the senior minister and co-founder of Spirit Uncensored, an organization centered on the concept of love as a religion. She hosts a spiritual event at Spirit Works in Burbank on the second Sunday of the month, and an immersive event at Ahiah in Pasadena on the fourth…
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Happy Mother’s Day to Everyone!

Happy Mother’s Day to Everyone!

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By Kristen Ashley Moore Happy Mothers’ Day to everyone reading this!  Because everyone has experience with a mother of some sort….  At the very least you came out of one! So Happy Mother’s Day to everyone.   Our relationship to this role of motherhood can vary wildly from person to person and even from situation to situation.  I want to take a moment to honor mothers who have experienced the death of a child, miscarried, had an abortion, gave birth, adopted, are a step-parent, have foster children, are estranged from your child(ren), have a strained relationship with your child(ren), you aren’t raising your child(ren) because they were taken from you or because of choice, would have chosen not to be a mother if you had it to do over again, are…
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Be Best

Be Best

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By Ronnie Frost Our “The Four Agreements” series based on the book by Don Miguel Ruiz, was well timed for what I have been going through the past few months. I often don a Superwoman shirt, knowing that I can do anything I put my mind to with hard work and perseverance. I entered 2019 with multiple burning bowl ceremonies and a meditation retreat in an effort to be #ZenAF. With my spiritual commitments and goals in place, I was confident to theme the year “She Ready” (a phrase used by comedian Tiffany Haddish). The first week of January, I tried to be impeccable with my word (the first agreement) and prioritize my self care goals. I was in the trenches of the most challenging project of my career, helping…
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Assumptions in Paris

Assumptions in Paris

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By The Wife I planned a big trip to France this year, after years of procrastination and watching fares. Finally, we would be “N****s in Paris” like Jay-Z and Kanye--before Ye lost it and they fell out. Or maybe we would be like Jay-Z and Beyonce famously taking over the Louvre as they did in Ape Sh*t. Most importantly, it is my 40th birthday so I wanted to do something awesome. So, for months, I watched cheap flights, made sure that our finances were on point and finally reserved our plane tickets. I’d spoken to cousins and coworkers who have traveled to or live in Paris ad nauseam before making this purchase. I sent the itinerary to Karen and all is perfect. We were both ecstatic. I get this multi-tour…
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The Badass’ Guide to Almost Being Impeccable with Your Word

The Badass’ Guide to Almost Being Impeccable with Your Word

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By: Ashlee Kelly When Rev. Karen Frost told me about the Four Agreements Series, I was excited! I was in the middle of the Fifth Agreement but decided to go back to the Fourth Agreement and read a long with her talks. Then, she got the bright idea that I should be a guest blogger, no big deal. I’m a blogger, I can blog, but I rarely venture outside of content that’s not about me. I’m awesome so why talk about anything else? When it came time to compose this post, I struggled a bit. Although I had outlined my goals and created a bomb-ass vision board, a series of events made it tough for me to be impeccable with my word. I think I’ve come along way in the…
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One Thing For Positive Change

One Thing For Positive Change

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As many of us are participating in non-violent resistance and marches this weekend— the Los Angeles United School District teachers strike, the Women’s March and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations— I am inspired to reread the “Letter from Birmingham Jail", by Dr. King. I consider it CliffNotes on the wisdom behind some of the most effective non-violent demonstrations in the world. The letter was written in 1963 as a response to white clergymen who criticized King’s methods of peaceful resistance. The letter called out the clergymen who chose inaction as their lack of action maintained the status quo of racial injustice. Earlier this year, President Obama requested that we find one thing in our community to change and take one step towards changing it. We can ensure that the…
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