Last month I went on a beautiful two week vacation with my partner and his family. It was a well rounded experience starting with Las Vegas where I stayed at the Bellagio and got to see Cirque du Soleil. We then hopped into a van and all 10 of us stayed in the Grand Canyon for a couple of days. The road trip was full of singing cowboy songs and gawking at the astonishing landscape. Our final destination was Zion National Park. We rented a house and grounded into the heat for a week.
We are all connected, each one of us, to each other as well as our ancestors and our future generations.
So, what if, collectively, instead of making hasty decisions based on own self-understanding, or self-proclamation around what is true or not, what if we thought about each decision we made as a way to honor seven generations ahead of ourselves?
What if we took a moment to ask those that we trusted for information to help us make decisions that will affect ourselves and generations from now - to find the peace within, to find transformations that occur in others, and for our businesses to then evolve in ways that you couldn't possibly imagine?
That's the magic of the miracles that occur when you remember that you are what you have been waiting for.
I'm sharing a little secret with you. I find myself venturing outside during my work breaks breathing in the fresh air and enjoying the summer breeze. Quietly and covertly I'll place my hands by my side and whisper bold statements while embodying my fierce 5-year-old Wonder Woman. Then with a little smile I then skip back inside to continue my work.
Affirmations are more than random statements you repeat back to yourself every morning - without connection or emotion.
I just returned from a month of traveling which included a family vacation celebrating the 40th wedding anniversary of my partner’s parents.
As I unpack my bags, settle into a daily routine, and ground into my life at home, I come to realize how tired I am. My awareness system, which are made up of all my feelers and sensory thread, was turned on high in order for me to engage with all the people I came across on my travels. Now that I have returned to a quiet home, I can feel all my senses desiring to go within.
These moments of folding in do not need to fully impact your business.
Sister, have you ever been standing at the crossroad, wavering and being indecisive? Unsure of which way to turn and knowing that this place of uncertainty was causing you to freeze. Your ego is screaming, "just make a choice", while your brain is telling you one thing while your heart is telling you another and your intuition feels as if it's sleeping in the middle of the fight. Here is a sacred practice to help support you in the discovering of your TRUTH.
Ask yourself, what do you need in order for you to make a BOLD move towards your vision and purpose. Who would support you? What program can help clarify things. How does a particular experience, mentor, coach, or program fit in with your desired result?
This is when you actually decide that where you are now is no longer acceptable and you have to make a change. You don’t have to be certain with what that will look like, but you know in your heart you can’t stay here - you are being called to step into another space and the time in right now to take action.
Today we took the time to get real and dropped into a personal practice of identifying problems that we are currently challenged by and committed to staying in the discomfort. We then moved into acknowledging where we've previously been out of alignment and how we used our brilliant intuitive souls to move through and out. Afterwards, we tracked how we could use this understanding to support our clients and invited them to work with us.
Sister, today is our first LIVE gathering to begin our weekly journey into the sacred. I felt it was important to start our weekly gathering with meeting and being in right relation with our finances. Let's get clear with what are our expenses, the green energy we are currently bringing in, how much we actually desire, creatively notice how we can bring in the abundance, and then be in gratitude and open to the magic of possibilities.
My skin burns from the rawness of my new layer. The shedding wasn’t a passive process but active, uncomfortable, painful, fiery, and combustible. I can smell the burnt layers hardening as if they were battle wounds that I must peel away from my being. This wasn’t an easy task, the shedding of my skin. Feeling vulnerable, raw, with tender outer layers only made me wonder how to navigate this plane from this place.