What can do when you just can’t keep going anymore? Your mind has too many thoughts. Your brain doesn’t know how to organize those thoughts and your body feels crowded by an encroaching sphere of chaos.
That feeling of just being ahead of careening energy isn’t your imagination. It’s a reflection of imbalance and lost mojo. Stress displaces and clogs our energy. It jams nervous system’s signals and jacks up (or down) hormones.
When this happens your body and energy fields are at odds. Energy and the chaotic mind are pushing your nervous system’s receptivity — your empathic radar — out toward the leading edge of your energy field, anticipating “what’s next.”
There is a way to find balance the moment when you realize you’re being hijacked by your own thoughts.
This simple practice can be thin-sliced depending on what you do in the moment. It will help to align and recharge your...
In order to stay calm in the midst of chaos you first have to choose to make changes regarding how you respond. This is not always easy, especially when you’re scared and the adrenaline is running amuck in your body. Nonetheless, you can change.
Firstly, remember the three main points in the video above: no matter what happens, you will always be okay; you are loved, and you are never alone – you have unseen help. These are your foundational tools.
Secondly, make a choice and promise yourself that you’ll do your best to wake up, consciousness-wise, and respond differently to things that scare or upset you. This takes time and commitment regarding your choice to change.
Thirdly, remember healing and change is a process. Be kind to yourself. You’re not perfect. No one is. Walk your path one step at a time.
Finally, remember to put yourself in other people’s shoes for a moment. Be empathically aware of what the big picture is. That will...
Today I want to offer you three tips to help you through the Holiday season. The tips below and the podcast above will help you keep in touch with your body and what you need to create a more relaxed and enjoyable time … and life.
One: Take time to do short relaxing transitions. It’s important to take longer breaks and relax during more chaotic times. However, when you don’t have a lot of time, it’s important to learn how to create short transition times. Transition time is when you’re moving from one situation to another. So when you jump in the car, come home from work, or get ready to head out to a party, take some time to gather yourself in.
My favorite thing to do is sit in the car for a few minutes. No radio. No cell phone. Just me and my thoughts. Breathe. Give yourself a moment to collect yourself before you jump into the next activity. This is very useful during the Holidays. It’s a great habit to cultivate and to keep all year...
As I mentioned in last week’s post, the last eight or nine months have been really wild. The world seems to have shifted gears into a high-voltage, chaotic energy. My sense is that it will be calming down, reestablishing a new baseline.
For now though, I want to share with you three simple steps to help you recapture your energy, in case it has scooted off somewhere. Feel more balanced and then maintain it, so you’ll feel more energized throughout your day.
That way, you can handle the things you have to handle. And maintain vibrant, bright, and happy energy.
Step One: Calm Your Energy
You can’t use your intuition or intellect if your mind and energy systems look or feel like a Jackson Pollock painting.
The fastest, easiest, and most convenient way to calm your energy is by calming your breathing. I know. I know. You know this. But are you doing it?
When you know, but don’t do…do you really know?...
It’s been pretty busy lately, right? Time crunches. Quick little monkey minds clouding your decision making. And if you’re like me, and most of my clients, transformation seems to be the buzzword in our hearts and souls.
I wanted to share with you a practice for connecting and being kind to yourself in transformational times. The BIG tip is reconnecting with your root. When you connect to the deepest part of yourself, you are more likely to love yourself and your life right where you are. Then, change happens more easily. No matter the speed at which life is moving you along, or holding you in place, change is happening. Inside and out.
Firstly, I believe it’s important to remind yourself “WHAT” you are. We are often searching for “WHO AM I?” Shouting out to the heaven, “Who am I and what do you want me to do?” However, you...
Have you been graced by a valid opinion?
Or have you been hit by an onion?
“Should I listen to this person’s opinion, or not? They are part of my inner circle; yet, it feels like I’m getting mix messages. What should I do?”
I get this type of question all the time in my intuitive consulting work. So let’s dive in.
But first, let me start with how this concept came about. The way my blindness is – seeing two direct-to-sight letters at time – every time I see the word ‘opinion’ my brain registers it as the word ‘onion.’ It makes me laugh.
So today, I want to share with you the idea that other people’s opinions can turn out to be onions in disguise.
I don’t know about you, but there have been times in my life when I’ve had opinions turn out to be onions. Because they can….
Sometimes, even when those close to us mean well, their opinion just doesn’t feel right. You wonder if they...
I created a guided meditation for you this week! It will help you release anxiety, stress and call back to you any scattered mental thoughts and energy that has spiked off your body or has become congested. It will help bring your energy home and center it with peace and contentment.
We all get the blues. If you’re on a spiritual path, stretching yourself like Silly Putty, you’re going to feel bummed out from time to time. But that’s okay. That means you have an opportunity to clear away old shadows and bring your Light into those once darkened places.
Let’s put some of your amazing Light to the task. After all, a shadow is created only when Light is cast into the darkness. That’s what SoulWorkers do — go into the dark and apply Light.
Next time you’re feeling blue, here’s what you can do:
Oh God, get me out of here!” Have you ever chanted that prayer? I know I have. The urge to run is powerful. It’s instinctual. It can be an intuitive warning that danger is hovering; however, this type of intuitive alert is not what I’m talking about today.
The urge to run can be a default that you’ve set up in your life. It grabs your attention when life breaks the barriers of your self-defined sense of control.
Do you run? Do you freeze? Do you fight?
As the saying goes, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” However, the saying I’m talking about isn’t well known; however, it’s commonly felt.
Does this feel familiar? “When the sensitive in me gets emotionally torqued … RUN!” These slogans have similar themes, but the intentions are miles apart.
One of the things I know about myself is that I can dig in anywhere and get through whatever is happening. I can choose to lift my energy up, to listen...
You’re in a boat. The water is warm. If you fall in, at least you won’t freeze. But it’s choppy. And you’re in deep. Beefy waves rise up and lick the top of the boat. It’s scary out here. The land is so far away and shrinking to the degree you feel as if you’re looking at a postcard.
What do you do when your life feels adrift? Especially, when you know that those around you can’t really help. How do you settle your mind so that your body can let go of the built-up energy and tension that has rippled through it?
Normally, you’re a cool-minded person. Levelheaded. Easy to be around. You’re empathic. You get other people. But you’re not getting you; at least, not in this moment.
You recognize that the distance between you and the shore marks your inner separation. Take a moment and intuitively glance within.
How far from shore is your boat?
Instead of keeping your eyes on...