Have you ever received a “calling” to make a change in your life? Perhaps to move to a new job, change your lifestyle, or leave a relationship. A “calling” is a message you cannot ignore. Here are some ways “callings” show up: You get a message as a strong intuition that feels compelling. You know at a deep level that
Alice had a difficult year last year filled with fear for her health, anger about not being able to see her family, and general negativity about her finances. When the energy in your home is not aligned with your desires it can be overwhelming. If the energy in your home is negative or stagnant it will impact all areas of
Life is like riding a roller coaster. Imagine yourself strapped into that car chugging up the rickety rails to the top and in an instant you are plunging down so fast your knuckles are white from gripping the safety bar, you feel your heart pounding like thunder in your chest, the wind plasters your hair against your head, and your
Your inner voice chatters at you all day long. Right now, it is hovering over you. “You are not checking off enough tasks on your to-do list. There is only 1 hour left in your workday and you are behind.” Panic sets in and you launch into hyper-drive. You must complete the day’s tasks, no matter how long it takes.
Crystal wakes up in the morning, her mind racing with a list of the tasks she wants to accomplish that day. She checks her email and social media while she waits for her coffee to brew. Then it is off to work in her home office. Crystal is the kind of person that doesn’t think about her routines or habits.
The flow state holds the key to everything you want. Peace of mind, prosperity, fulfilling relationships, a meaningful career, vibrant health & happiness can easily be yours when you dwell in the flow. What is the Flow State? The flow state happens when your personal energy vibration, desires, and surroundings are aligned. Enter the state of flow when you are
Michelle was in her forties when she felt like she was missing something and realized she was unhappy with her life. She was living the life she dreamed of when she was twenty, and she was disappointed. Michelle had: beautiful home on a lot surrounded by nature with a gourmet kitchen and a view of the valley below a fulfilling
Sally was the oldest daughter of alcoholic parents, and she spent most of her childhood taking care of her younger siblings. She got them ready for school, walked them to the bus stop and kissed them as they boarded the bus. School was difficult for Sally. She struggled to learn how to read and write. She was embarrassed because it