She was a fantastic woman; beautiful inside and out, extremely well educated, successful in every right, she had a ton going for her. Except her feeling of being completely stuck in life and having absolutely no idea of which way to go or what to do. Been there, done that. I’m sure many of you have as well. But I
I remember being at a Hay House summit several years ago and Reid Tracy, the president of Hay House, made the comment to our group, “It takes 10 years to become an overnight success”. The crowd laughed, because we all knew, although frustrating at times, it was absolutely true. We do not become ourselves and all it entails overnight. Yesterday
It was the feeling of fear in my body that made me realize I was actually afraid. I immediately started directing my self talk and in a matter of seconds was back in a place of, what I call, “resource”. Resource for me is a place of calm, it allows me to consider multiple options, whereas fear only allows
“I love in the beginning of the book how he asks you what is the worst decision of your life and I thought, “marrying my ex-husband”, and then he asks you, “what was the best decision of your life and I thought, “marrying my ex-husband”. We laughed and laughed and laughed. How often in life isn’t this just the case.
Ever notice how much better you feel after a walk outside? A stroll in the woods? Getting your hands in the dirt? Maybe it’s just me. I am a dirty hippy. It’s been said before, perhaps I am misplaced in the smallish concrete jungle which I Live in, I should’ve been a flower child of the 60’s, I belong out
“When this served your Soul, it was comfortable. The fact is the pattern is now uncomfortable and is your Soul’s signal your Spiritual being has shifted out of the old pattern and it’s time for your human components to catch up”. It was a hard truth, but still the truth. “But he needs me”. She retorted. “No,” I replied, “your
I am one of those people that for the most part avoids my phone on the weekends. It’s a boundary, personal life thing. We all need time for ourselves, family, friends, etc. and to set work aside. This story was an occasion when in passing, I looked down and saw a text message from a client and decided to check
I was working with a beautiful young woman a while back. She is smart, both intellectually and worldly, pretty, energetic, outgoing, you name it. She is all the things in one package that most people love, but some are envious of and others latch onto because deep down inside they think if they’re with her, they’ll be great too. During