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Annie Burnside

About Annie Burnside

A modern bridge between the mainstream and the mystical, Annie Burnside, M.Ed., is a soul nurturer, author, public speaker and teacher specializing in parenting and spiritual development. As a soul nurturer, Annie inspires others to listen to the voice of their own soul making direct divine connection fully accessible within daily reality. She became especially interested in working with other parents on a spiritual level as she began to remind her own children of their divine nature. The author’s mission is to inspire raised consciousness in individuals and families around the world by reminding them that they are above all else creative, intuitive, eternal, infinite, energy beings and led to her award-winning first book, Soul to Soul Parenting. It is Annie's perspective that greater intimacy with the voice of the soul leads to living true and will change our world.

A SELF-LOVE Kit!

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Mental health is such an important topic in these times as culturally we face a worldwide epidemic of difficult human issues such as bullying, disempowerment and anger often with a root cause of the stigmatized disease of depression. While not necessarily a cure-all to what ails so many in our society, if we truly desire… Continue Reading →

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Competition With Friends

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We’ve all felt it at one time or another. A friend shares a “success” story or a great idea for what is sure to be a future success story, and we gush with praise and excitement on the outside, but on the inside, not so much. Or that photo on Facebook where our dear one… Continue Reading →

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The Death Of A Mother

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One of my dearest girlfriends received the call not too long ago that most of us dread—her beloved mother was literally on her deathbed. After battling stomach cancer for almost two years, the time of her transition was very near. The morphine drip to ease the pain was imminent. Within hours, my friend was on… Continue Reading →

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A New Take On The Weekly Grocery Run

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Remember in our twenties, when the grocery store seemed the perfect place to meet your soul mate. Well, times have sure changed for me! Now a regular old trip to the Safeway provides an optimal opportunity for a full-blown spiritual experience, seriously… I had another grocery store out-of-body recently—that’s right, at my local grocery store… Continue Reading →

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Recounting My Daughter’s Realization About Living True Everyday

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Yes, my oldest daughter texts, posts on Instagram, and, of course, Snapchats. Yes, she is acutely aware of when it is “time” to freshen up the wardrobe with a few new pieces from the latest fashion trends. Yes, she often rolls her eyes at my “weird” behaviors. And yes, friends are at the top of… Continue Reading →

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Stop Passing The Buck

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I write this blog as an emphatic plea for us all to begin taking greater conscious responsibility for our own input and output so that we can stop passing the buck onto others. At times, I have been led to much contemplation surrounding what I have come to realize is actually hidden anger within me… Continue Reading →

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Pity On None, Compassion For All

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It is vitally important that we deepen our understanding and outpouring of compassion by first acknowledging a key difference between compassion and pity. Most of us are taught that pity and compassion are close cousins, if not identical twins. Whether outwardly stated or not, often the energy behind the healing thoughts, words and actions that… Continue Reading →

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There’s Only One Of Us Here!

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The other day, I excitedly met a woman for coffee to discuss our work, our passions and how we might collaborate on a few projects close to our hearts. It was a beautiful afternoon, and I whooshed into the bustling city cafe with red cheeks, my new hat, and generally, brimming with life. At forty-three… Continue Reading →

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Why Credentials Might Not Really Matter!

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I have contemplated the idea of “the degree” a lot in the past several years through both my own experiential lens and through the experiences of several others whose work I greatly appreciate. Degree or no degree? Is there a degree for much of what many of us desire to offer through our work today?… Continue Reading →

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Self-Love Coupled With Empathy As A Path To Humanitarianism

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First of all, it is still so strange to me that I now blog about my inner shifts, heart’s desires and soul truths that used to remain hidden away in my own personal journals. I honestly cannot thank enough those who cross my path in a myriad of ways for allowing, encouraging and inviting me… Continue Reading →

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Live Like You’re Dying – We Are ALL Terminal

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Recently, I have been thinking a lot about life and death – but mainly life. The truth is, no matter how much we may resist the notion, we are all terminal. And if we really let this sink in… And if we really contemplate this for more than a few seconds here and there… And if… Continue Reading →

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The Hometown Trigger – A Friend Not Foe

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Recently, I attended my 25th high school reunion. I hadn’t been back to my hometown in this capacity without a spouse or children for fifteen years. My parents divorced and moved from the area while I was in college. Let me start by saying that a huge impetus for attending the reunion was to spend… Continue Reading →

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