Posts Tagged as: inspiration

7 books that could deepen how you create

Summertime is my time to create. I see fewer clients, travel less, and reduce my speaking gigs. I spend more time communing with nature and connecting with my soul-family. This summer, my creative spirit has been devoted to writing a book. Today, I’m writing to you from a place my heart will always call home….

radical self love – the key to everything good

For a long time I didn’t love myself. I tried to cover up my lack of self-love by winning awards, being the captain, and by being a good little over-achiever. I was an expert in the fine art of perception management. I was a chameleon. I would change myself to fit into my environment in order…

a strategy for changing beliefs & sparking change

In my work with clients, one of the first things we untangle are limiting beliefs. I’m not worth it. I’m not good enough. I’m not loveable. There’s not enough time, money, energy. I’ll never get out of this place. Life is too hard. I’ll never be happy.  I’m too {old, fat, young, uneducated} I need…

how mindfulness can change your life

Mindfulness is a powerful practice. It makes everyday life richer and more meaningful. There are times when ordinary life loses its satisfaction. These moments can signal that now is the time to experience a deep, soulful shift in consciousness. Try asking, how can I find the sacredness in ______________ {throwing out the garbage, tossing the salad,…

change isn’t always better

All too often we approach life with the fantasy that change will bring about a better future. Sometimes it does. Often it does not. Unless we venture into the conditions that brought us into our present life and practice radical self-acceptance and truth-seeking, we risk recreating that which we’re trying to escape. Your outer life…

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