Life is truly unpredictable…
Things happen outside of our control and we can feel pulled in many and even conflicting directions.
As frustrating and tiring as this can be, it’s not a surprise that life can feel sometimes like we never can get ahead…
But we still have a choice.
Believe it or not you can still find peace on the rollar coaster. We can still buckle our seat belts and feel centered inside despite the turbulence. It is possible!
It just takes doing the work and some practice!
Check out this week’s episode of RE-ID TV to explore this a little more…
I’d love to hear any thoughts on
Can you relate to having moments in life where you feel you are swimming up a thick stream of resistance- where most things feel hard, and nothing is falling into place? That is such a challenging place to be in life…and scary! On the flip side you may have those moments and times where things just feel SO smooth. Or maybe you are even surprised by how well something just clicked and seemed to flow effortlessly.
There are always different lessons to be learned in each life experience we have… and believe it or not our feelings have everything to do
Have you gone through times in your life that have felt more “internal” where maybe you didn’t feel social and mostly wanted to be alone? Or where no matter how hard you try to work on something important to you, it just feels hard for some reason, even to get a small amount accomplished? I definitely have felt this way numerous times. What I’ve found is that this experience has a few contributing factors:
#1- There may be some emotions or beliefs that need clearing in order for you to feel the clarity that’s needed to motivate taking action.
#2- It might
I recently had a client (male in his mid thirties) say that he feels he hasn’t really “lived” yet. I asked him, “how would your life need to look or be in order for you to feel you are truly living?” He said he didn’t know. I felt sad for him in that moment. I asked his permission to share this story with you because it’s one I believe many can relate to. This particular man grew up full of dreams, but unfortunately as the responsibilites of life weighed on him, he lost his connection to his heart, and his passion for things he
Many times we go through life just performing our day to day responsibilities having intentions and dreams about the things we eventually want to do for ourselves… but so often work, kids, family, money, and other things get in the way. It is understandable that many of us learned to put ourselves last. Unfortunately what ends up happening is that days, weeks, months, and even years go by and we often don’t get to do that “thing” we wanted to do for ourselves. The saddest part is that usually down the road, resentment and other mixed emotions slowly
In this season of love I feel it is so important for all of us to keep in mind that the way to having more love in our life is to begin loving what we have and this includes loving who we are. This actually means not only loving the parts of us that we already like about ourselves but loving the things we don’t like about ourselves or even blockages and patterns that get in our way. This has definitely been a theme this week for me and most of my clients. How can we embrace the things that
We all have our limits with things, people, and situations… These personal limits are nothing to be ashamed or guilty about even though many of us experience these feelings when we are honest with ourselves.
The truth is, these limits desperately need to be honored by us whatever they might be. It’s been said that children need limits and structure to feel safe and secure in the world and the same is true for our inner children inside of our grown adult selves.
Limits are known as boundaries, and boy are they needed in order for us to feel as happy
Happy New Year!! Welcome 2015!! May this year have more joy and love in store for you than ever before!
One thing that is sure to spark more love and joy in our lives and recognizing and listening to our true desires and passions. This means getting connected to the things and people we love! And getting connected usually means making some sort of commitment to ourselves; a way of life, a new change, a dream, or a relationship (whatever it may be for you). As you know, not much is guaranteed in life except change itself. And bringing
Happy Holidays!!! I sent this week’s video out 8 months ago, but it’s one of my favorites and I thought it was perfect for holiday potential triggers. The info in it is something that warms my heart and I wanted it to serve as a loving reminder.
I’d like to know if you’ve ever felt that your family (the one you were born into) didn’t or doesn’t currently really see you and acknowledge you for the person you are. It’s kind of a heavy subject but many people have this ongoing pain in life that they carry around for years. It may
Sometimes we can be so drained and depleted and numbed out that we don’t even realize that we are not being nourished. Sadly, we just become “used to” how ever our life is set up… Can you relate from your own experience or know someone who fits this description? It doesn’t make us bad people, it’s just that we’ve been conditioned to not be in tune with ourselves and therefore sleep walk through life.
What I’ve found is when I start to get to connected to the things I love and need I end up nourishing myself and my