“Always in motion is the future.” ~ Yoda, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back What if you believed that you could change your reality with ease? In my work as an intuitive counselor, one of the biggest challenges I help my clients to cope with is the element of the unknown in their
As an intuitive counselor (some people call me a “psychic”), reconnective healing practitioner and yoga teacher, my passion is helping people create more happiness in their lives. I believe strongly that we create the reality we live in. Every thought we think and every word we say has an impact on our daily lives.
After I was diagnosed with Grave’s Disease; an autoimmune disorder that causes an overproduction of thyroid hormones, I went a journey that turned me onto natural health and healing, the idea of food as medicine, and listening to my body instead of ignoring it. Along the way, I picked up some wellness practices for taking
Greetings, Gorgeous! What are you dreaming about? Write it down. See it having already happened. Affirm that it is YOURS. Now. Vision it, dream it, write it, speak it, paint it, sing it, summon it. You create the reality you live in. Every thought you think, every feeling you feel and every word you say
Since December 2014, I’ve been fortunate to teach yoga at Nerdstrong Gym; a wonder filled cross-fit gym that unites geekdom and fitness in a way that’s more magical than when chocolate met peanut butter. “Yogastrongers” (as my students have been nicknamed) are a lesser known subsection of the Nerdstrong community, not unlike Marvel’s “Alpha Flight” (think Canadian Avengers).
Acknowledge and love yourself for who you truly are. Not who you think you are, or should be, or who your friends/family/kids/spouses/bosses think you should should be or could be, but who you are, NOW. Where time and space intersect at this present moment. Take a second to notice and appreciate all the wonderful things
Gifts are everywhere, make sure you’re keeping your gift goggles firmly on your face and focused on what’s real. Find the blessing in your current situation. In a recent Business Insider article, Eric Barker writes: “You know what the antidepressant Wellbutrin does? Boosts the neurotransmitter dopamine. So does gratitude. Via The Upward Spiral: The benefits of