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Welcome Yourself.

Art: Fernanda Uribe

Ahhh, self love, self acceptance, self care.  Common parlance these days, but still potentially the most difficult skill for many of us to learn while we’re driving our meat suits around this big blue marble.  Your cells hear everything you say and believe about yourself and transform themselves accordingly.  The things we say to ourselves when we think nobody is listening get recorded in every facet of our physical appearance and reality – we literally wear our beliefs on our faces.

I scribbled the words: “Welcome yourself.  Even the parts you do not like.  Connect, breathe into them and be gentle, for you are in all your being-ness a thing of beauty.” in a notebook during an extended meditation class I had during my 200 hour yoga teacher training back in early 2013.

Looking back, this random musing feels a little bit like divine missive from my higher self.  As though my future healed self  was tossing a life line to keep me going during one of the most challenging periods in my entire adult life.  The time during my yoga teacher training was emotionally fraught;  I’d lost my mother to pancreatic cancer and endured a particularly terrible break up with a boyfriend who was an addict at the same time.  I was coping, but moments like this one were few and far between.  I think I spent the majority of that year with my dukes up, ready for disaster.

That beautiful day though,  will be forever etched into my memory.  The light of awareness was coursing through my body like a drug after participating in several meditation exercises.  Self acceptance and self love spread through my chest and into body  in a way that I’d never experienced before.  There was warm  sunshine streaming in through the yoga studio windows and warming the bamboo floors.  I was surrounded by friends who’d become family and for that moment everything was right with the world. I was entirely present in the moment.  I was living in the fleeting, proverbial now.  I have attempted to live there as much as I can every day since that day… It’s a daily practice for me, as is the journey towards greater self love.  Meditation is my medicine.

So, my friends, welcome yourselves.  Even the parts you do not like.  For truly – you are, in all your being-ness.  A. Thing. Of. Beauty.

I’m with  you on the journey.

Love,

C.

Art by Fernanda Uribe

Trust Your Instincts

Image by Claudiana Gois
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“Trust instinct to the end, even though you can give no reason” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Wow, are you a mind reader?”  “How did you do that? “  “How do you know that?”

These are questions I’m asked frequently because I use my intuition on a daily basis.  What some folks call a “gut feeling,”  a “hunch” or “women’s intuition,” I call “headquarters”.  I have friends and family who frequently describe me as someone who “listens to the universe” (wow that’s woo-woo) and this ability has served me well in my life in countless ways from keeping myself from getting mugged to finding love.

I grew up in a very emotionally chaotic environment and had a family dynamic that required me to operate on an intuitive level to survive.  That’s not the way I’d recommend learning this skill, but is often the way it happens.  Intuition is a survival skill.  Though we no longer have to cope with hidden dangers jumping out at us from behind bushes in modern life, our intuition knows what’s best for us even when our conscious, thinking mind doesn’t yet understand what’s going on.   Due to the fact that this part of our brain (our limbic/reptilian brain) doesn’t get triggered very often, we don’t always recognize it’s messages and therefore tend to ignore them.

Tuning into and using your innate intuitive senses can positively affect your daily life by informing your decision making and relating skills.  We make hundreds of choices daily, using most of the senses that we have, and intuition is just one of them.

One term I’ve heard used for the intuitive process is “Rapid Cognition.”   In his book “Blink” Malcolm Gladwell writes: “I think we are innately suspicious of this kind of rapid cognition.  We live in a world that assumes that the quality of a decision is directly related to the time and effort that went into making it.  When doctors are faced with a difficult diagnosis, they order more tests, and when we are uncertain about what we hear, we ask for a second opinion.  And what do we tell our children?  Haste makes waste.  Look before you leap.  Stop and Think.  Don’t judge a book by its cover.  We believe that we are always better off gathering as much information as possible and spending as much time as possible in deliberation.  We really only trust conscious decision making. But there are moments, particularly in times of stress when haste does not make waste, when our snap judgements and first impressions can offer a much better means of making sense in the world.”

Often times our intuitive sense knows the right answer long before our rational minds do. Our intuition often works faster and provides great hypothetical answers that our rational minds can then research and quantify.  In most cases, the answers and ideas that our intuition offers us turn out to be the best options in a given situation.  In my experience, I’ve found that the impression that came to mind first was usually the correct and most accurate, even after much deliberation.

The power of our unconscious minds is great, but it can be fallible.   The trick to maximizing the benefits of using one’s intuition is to learning when fear is at play and when intuition is at play.  We can fine tune, educate, and manage our unconscious reactions. The power of knowing is not a gift given magically to a fortunate few.  It is an ability that we can cultivate for ourselves.

What if you could learn and implement this aspect of your mind and use it to your advantage intentionally (and not just by chance)?  One of my passions is teaching people about how amazing life can be when we use our intuition consciously, for our benefit.

I’m so excited about doing this in fact that I’m putting the final touches on a workshop series that will help you do just that!

Do you ever wonder what life would be like if you could use intuition to guide yourself towards the vision you’ve always had for yourself?  When you harness this ability, it will allow you to:

  • Solve problems and make decisions with ease.
  • Recognize and maximize opportunities.
  • Connect with friends and loved ones more deeply.
  • Navigate job interviews, social interactions and dating with more clarity and confidence.
  • Feel confident and comfortable no matter what life throws at you.
  • Open up to a world of possibilities.

Please stay tuned for more information on my upcoming course on intuitive living! Subscribe here or to my newsletter and get all the details!

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I look forward to speaking with you, intuitive one.

 

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15 Life-changing hacks guaranteed to instantly increase your energy levels and happiness

I absolutely LOVE Mindvalley Academy – and this blog post from their great team is right on the money!!

The more of these simple hacks you put into your daily/weekly practice, the more energy you’ll have, the better you’ll feel about yourself, the faster you’ll grow in all areas of your life and the happier you’ll be.

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Game on!

1. Clean up and simplify your life.

The first (and the most effective) step to real beauty in any area of life is to clear out all the crap, clutter and garbage that’s holding you back and slowing you down. Let go. Clean. Simplify. Move on. Start fresh. If you hold onto the old, the new won’t come. This applies to beliefs, habits, emotions, regrets, fears, clothes, relationships, projects, people, ideas, possessions… everything.

Today, make room for new and better things to fill up your life. Let go of the old and start the practice of cleaning and getting rid of everything that’s cluttering your life and draining your energy, happiness and attention.

Start with small, baby steps. Filter emails, switch off notifications, unfollow or unfriend disempowering people and pages on your Facebook newsfeed, or sell or give away the clothes and shoes you never wear.

2. Give it. Share it. Exchange it.

Energy is a medium of exchange. It’s meant to flow back and forth, up and down. It’s designed to be shared and exchanged. The more of it you give, the more of it you receive.

Start giving genuine smiles to random strangers and see what happens.

Start giving spontaneous compliments, high-fives and hugs to your friends, co-workers, partners and even strangers.

Start telling people around you how much you love them and how much you appreciate their presence in your life. Do it today and as often as you can. Don’t wait for tomorrow to tell them. You might be hit by a bus tomorrow and never get a chance to tell your loved ones how much they meant to you.

If you’re not getting back what you’re giving, let them go, move on and give your life juice to someone else. Be the light to people. The universe will reward you, it’s watching 24/7. Have faith.

3. Get some sun.

The sun is the ultimate source of power and energy you can use to heal and increase your power.

There’s a reason why Superman heals faster and grows stronger when he is closer to the sun. There’s a reason why plants use sunlight to grow, and there’s a reason why the entire planet is (slowly) switching to solar energy. If you have immense sunlight where you live, use it to your advantage.

For me, early morning sunlight is the best. I have plenty of it where I live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Almost every morning I go to the beautiful rooftop garden in the 38th floor of my condominium and spend 10–15 minutes meditating in sunlight. I take off my shirt, turn towards the sun, open like a sunflower and feel solar energy recharging me.

At the same time I would do some visualization, EFT tapping or just talk out loud to the Universe, telling it how grateful I am for all the amazing events, people, experiences and opportunities the it is sending to me. Sometimes I also observe, touch, smile at and talk to the plants around me.

4. Practice EFT Tapping.

Emotion equals energy in motion. EFT tapping is my ultimate tool for clearing negative emotions, limiting beliefs and disempowering habits, and also for reprogramming my subconscious mind with new empowering beliefs and habits.

I used tapping to quickly clear some very painful emotional trauma from my childhood (physical abuse, losing my hero in a diving accident…), and also to recover from a painful breakup.

Whenever I feel any negative emotion erupting or growing stronger (such as fear, anger, frustration, hate, sadness, disappointment), I face it, deal with it and clear it using EFT tapping.

Whenever I identify a limiting belief, or disempowering behaviour or habit that’s preventing or slowing down my growth, I start reprogramming it with EFT tapping.

EFT tapping works like magic, it costs nothing and it’s super simple too.

5. Practice meditation.

There are too many benefits of practicing meditation to list here, and even more different meditation techniques, so I divided them into two groups:

Meditations that disengage and calm down your mind: You don’t think about anything. This is my #1 transcendental meditation.
Meditations where you engage and stretch your mind: You think about something, you focus on something, you imagine or visualize it. My favorite is Christie Marie Sheldon’s Love and Above morning meditation.
Find and practice anything that works for you.

6. Eat more (raw) food.

The stuff you eat either gives you energy or takes it away from you. Eat as many fresh raw foods (veggies, fruits, seeds, nuts) as possible. These foods contain a lot of life force and energy but don’t drain your energy because they are easy to digest and absorb.

Heating food above 47 °C (105 F) kills almost all of the food’s nutrients. Eating meat also takes lots of energy for digestion and absorption. The human body (in particular, your teeth, saliva, salivary glands, intestinal tract, stomach acid) is not designed to digest and ingest meat. The largest, longest living and strongest animals on this planet are non-meat eaters and they don’t cook their food either. Think about that.

7. Go to bed early and wake up early.

Nature reserved one third of your busy life for sleeping for a reason — so your body and energetic fields could heal, repair and recharge, and you could shine and thrive during the other two thirds of your life.

During the work week I’m in bed at 10pm or 10:30pm latest. Between 10pm and 2am, your body begins releasing loads of lovely healing hormones, such as testosterone and melatonin. If you can’t go to bed and fall asleep at 10pm, you’re doing something wrong and living against how nature designed you to live.

If you think you’re an “evening person” or a “night person,” you’re not. That’s just an excuse because you can’t find better ways to work in distraction-free time and space due to your busy schedule, made-up social demands, kids and all the projects you’re running.

You will be much more energized, productive and better off if you sleep between 10pm–4am or 10pm–6am than between 12pm–6am or 2am–10am.

8. Go to bed hungry (or with light food in your stomach).

Go to bed hungry (ideally by 10pm) and the next morning you will wake up very early and feel like a superhero — fresh, recharged and strong. Sleeping time is meant for healing and recharging, not for digesting the heavy stuff you ate last night for dinner.

Avoid eating high-fat and fried food, meat, processed food, pasta, rice, cheese, bread, dough and sugary food before bed. Have a fresh salad, smoothie or lots of water instead.

9. Hang out with positive and empowering people.

You don’t even have to think of who gives you energy and who drains you — you feel it.

Hang out with people who use positive words, smile a lot, think of solutions, are driven by life, inspire you and uplift you, practice any of the stuff listed in this post and are open to exchange their energy with you.

Get rid or avoid energy vampires who feed by sucking other people’s energy or putting other people down. Yes, help people who need help. Give them light, but don’t let them drag you down.

10. Start creating. Start that project (already).

The hardest thing about getting started is getting started.

I’ve been there too. That state of mind where you’re getting ready to get ready to get started. When you want things to be “just right” before you start. When you wait for all the stars to align in your favor and the “perfect” time to start.

The true reason why you still haven’t “started” lies in your subconscious mind. It’s most likely a combination of fear (fear of being judged, fear of being criticized, fear of being laughed at, fear of failure, fear of success, etc…) and limiting beliefs from your childhood — “I’m not good enough,” “I’m not worth it,” “I don’t have what it takes,” “I don’t deserve it,” and so on…

Just start it, will you? Don’t wait for for your situation to be “perfect.” It never will be. Seek creation and progress, not perfection. Creation and progress are more important than perfection.

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine and I discussed how we both want to launch a blog. To this day, she is still searching for that “perfect” design theme and doing some more work on herself, while I spent close to zero time on searching for the design theme, launched my blog with the default WordPress theme(!), and spend most of the time actually creating, writing and publishing the content. I’ve already published three posts. See the difference? Creation and progress are much more important than perfection.

11. Fast.

By fasting I’m referring to the act of not consuming food.

Fasting is good for your physical body, as well as your spirit and energy. Every 14 days or so, I fast for at least 24 hours. During my fasting day, I don’t eat anything. I only drink tea and water.

The logic behind fasting is very simple: when there’s nothing to digest in your stomach, all of your energy goes into healing and recharging your body.

12. Go beyond your comfort zone every day.

Both your spirit and your mind need novelty to grow and expand. The new experiences you get from doing something outside your norm is what helps your spirit and mind grow. When you do something outside of your comfort zone, you feel great and energized. This is where your growth begins.

How do you know something is beyond your comfort zone? You feel the adrenaline, the butterflies, your heart starts pumping. Raise your hand and speak in meetings. Talk to that woman or man you adore. Go on stage and speak in front of people when the opportunity arises. Step in front of the camera.

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13. Be grateful and thankful every day.

Take time each day for a few minutes to be grateful. No matter where you are, who you are with or what you’re doing, there is always something you can be grateful and thankful for. Always and everywhere. People, events, adventures, food on your table, the air you breathe, the warm shower water. Say it loud:

“Dear Universe (God, life, spirit, nature or however you call that higher force), thank you for ______, _______ and _________. Thank you!”

By practicing gratitude, you are essentially sending signals to the universe which will in turn be like: “Ooh la la. Look at this guy. He really appreciates the goodness in his life. I’m going to send him some more of that and even better stuff!”

14. Life hacks from our readers and customers.

After publishing this article, a lot of readers responded with their own life hacks that give them energy and life force. It’s an honor to see you’ve gleaned knowledge from this article, and an even bigger honor to see you participate with your comments.

Here are some of the best suggestions from our readers:

From Janis Rutherford: “Live in the now, otherwise you will miss the greatest gifts.”

From Lauri Lincoln: “Love yourself. Truly LOVE yourself.”

From Kathleen Tuny Cory: “Being 1 with nature is my #1 must!”

From Carol J Craig: “Visualize your future — it works and is powerful and awesome. BE… Be Happy!”

15. What else?

The fifteenth is intentionally left blank. It’s your turn! What other life hacks give you energy and life force? What would you recommend to others? Leave a comment below 🙂

How to make the best choices.

 

Jason Lee Parry

Swipe right or left?  Italian or sushi?  Some decisions we make without much thought, and some we agonize over.  We form opinions and choose to take action based on previous experience, beliefs, emotions, and reason. Hopefully, we also believe in the idea that we can make choices that ultimately lead to our greater well being.

Whether a decision is of little consequence – such as where to eat dinner, or of great consequence, such as where to live, or what job to take, we can employ our intuitive senses to aid in the information gathering process.

For example, when going out for dinner, I “taste” the food at a particular restaurant before deciding whether or not to choose it as my destination.  I  envision myself inside the restaurant and notice the smells, sights, sounds, tastes and vibration.  This is a technique called “remote viewing”.   It’s a highly entertaining (and effective) practice I began when I was a young girl on the phone with my friends.  We would “guess” details about the room the other person was in, and marvel at the things we could sense about the environment without using the physical sense of vision.  We didn’t know at the time we were honing our intuitive senses.

According to the International Remote Viewing Association,  remote viewing is often a means of doing serious science research and for performing operational-type tasks in criminal investigations, government intelligence work, and commercial applications.  In my own work, I use it to help my clients solve problems as well as find lost objects.   I have personally also used it to manage the dynamics of cross country moves,  job interviews and in a predictive nature with regards to relationships and future events.

Often times, during a remote viewing, other techniques can also enter into the process – such as: mediumship, intuitive knowing and telepathy.

The next time you get an invitation to dinner, why not give it a try?  It’s quite possible your intuition will be right on target, you’ll have enhanced your dining experience and had a little fun too.

I think it is time for your own private session.

If you’re hesitant or haven’t had a reading before, please read what my clients say about working with me.

I look forward to speaking with you, intuitive one.

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Intuition: Skeptics and Science

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Many folks out there are under or mis-informed when it comes to the truth about intuition and about what  I do when I provide a reading for my clients.  What images come to mind when you hear the words psychic or clairvoyant?  A gypsy with a scarf over her head, staring into a crystal ball? Or perhaps someone more modern, like Alison DuBois who was the model for the television series “Medium”?

In my experience doing this work since 2008,  I’ve observed a fair amount of skepticism, by those who don’t believe in the idea that we all possess an inner GPS that guides us through our lives; and that all “so-called” psychic mediums, clairvoyants, tarot card readers and astrologers prey on their clients and rely on cold reading skills and subjective validation.  In response to that attitude, I offer this: for a year and a half I worked for a San Francisco think tank doing predictive work with specific outcomes with an accuracy rate of 83%, which negates any reliance on cold reading or subjective validation.

I’d also like to offer the idea that clairvoyance/psychic ability/intuition  is not a gift for the chosen few. Everyone who has the capacity to quiet the mind and tune in can access intuition.  My colleagues and I are not the only source of this information, though I did work hard to develop the skills necessary to use my intuition.  Prior to doing this work professionally, I studied and practiced  to become more in touch with the part of my consciousness where intuition resides.

Science posits that intuition’s origin is in our limbic brain or reptilian part of our brain. Psychology Today published an article titled “The Science of Intuition” where Kelly Turner Ph.D states that:  “Our intuition often knows what’s best for us even when our thinking minds do not understand yet what’s going on. That’s because intuition operates from the part of our brain that developed at a time when hidden dangers could jump out at us at any moment – such as a tiger hiding behind bushes.  This part of our brain became highly skilled at sensing immediate danger as well as places of safety.  However, because most of us now live a relatively safe, day-to-day existence, that part of our brain is not triggered very often, and when it is, we are not familiar with it, so we tend to ignore its messages.  However, we all still have that part of our brain and some of my patients have learned how to use it to their advantage.”

Tuning into and using our innate intuitive senses can positively affect our daily lives,  by informing our decision making and relating skills.  We make hundreds of choices daily, using the most/all of the senses that we have, and intuition is just one of them.  Often times our intuitive sense knows the right answer long before our rational minds do and we call that a “gut” feeling.  Our intuition often works faster and provides great hypothetical answers that our rational minds can then research and quantify.  In most cases, the answers and ideas that our intuition offers us turn out to be the best options in a given situation.

That’s part of the information that I provide to my clients in order to help them solve real-life issues, in addition to helping them tune in to their own intuitive sense.  Why not use all information available to us and enhance our cognitive toolkits?

Why not find out how to use your intuition?  Click here to learn how:

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Why Yoga?

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Yoga offers far more than physical postures, headstands and the opprtunity to twist yourself into a pretzel. You will start to notice some changes when you begin taking yoga classes. You stand taller.  Your muscles become stronger and suppler. Your body is nourished by deep, healing breaths, your lung capacity increases.  You’ll hold a plank for two minutes without a struggle.  Others may ask you how you developed your strong core and enviable mobility.  You’ll become so zen that “Netflix and Chill” will actually mean – “Netflix and Chill”.

With any luck, you feel happier and more connected to yourself and the world around you. Yoga practice is a powerful vehicle for awakening when done with intentioned self inquiry, both which will help shift your state of being on and off your yoga mat.

Nerdmaste.

Limits from the past don’t determine the present.

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DON’T BE DETERRED BY FALSE LIMITS

“When we think of resources being limited, we often think of our own abilities. Here, too, our notion of limits may inhibit us. We may push ourselves to what we believe are our limits, in swimming, public speaking, or mathematics. However, whether they are true limits is not determinable.

It may be in our best interest to proceed as though these and other abilities might be improved upon, so that at least we will not be deterred by false limits. It was once assumed that humans could not run the mile in fewer than five minutes. In 1922 it was said to be ‘humanly impossible’ to run the mile in less than four minutes. In 1952 that limit was broken by Roger Bannister. Each time a record is broken, the supposed limit is extended. Yet the notion of limits persists.

If we are mindful, we don’t assume limits from past experience have to determine present experience.”

—Ellen Langer from Mindfulness

October, the Magical Month!

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Greetings Gorgeous!

October is one of my favorite months, and *not* just because it’s my birthday month. October is filled with magic and brings potent connections to the spirit world, as the veil that separates the material and the spirit world grows thin. It also brings the energy of traditional ceremonies to honor those who have passed to complete the cycle of birth and death, creating harmony with the universe. It also heralds our entrance into the cycle of darkness for the upcoming year.

It’s an excellent time to remember all those who have passed and to remain in a state of love and gratitude as the year draws to a close, and to appreciate all the goodness we have in our lives.

We can use my mediumship and clairvoyance skills if you’d like to capitalize on the magic that comes with the season, or we can use our time together to get a good look at anything you’d like to change during this highly transformational time.

When you book a reading from today through 10/31/15 use code: Birthday Goddess to receive an additional 5 minutes, on me.

As always, I’m with you on the journey.
xo

How to Survive as Highly Sensitive Person

 

Bill Williams

 

Those of us who are tuned in or sensitive may feel the effects of our environments quite acutely, whether it’s the full moon, shifts in the energies that surround us or angry drivers in rush hour traffic. All this input can cause us to wind up feeling blue, overwhelmed and just off kilter. If that applies to you, I wanted to offer up a few of my favorite tools for shifting your perspective and getting back to feeling positive, healthy and refreshed.

Move your body.  Go for a walk or run, do some yoga, or dance. Exercise releases endorphins into your bloodstream, which will immediately give your outlook a boost.

Feel the feet in your shoes and the breath in your lungs.  Get present. Breathe. Get into the NOW.  The very best way I know of taking care of all the future moments is to take care of the one you’re living in now; and sometimes that means gently bringing yourself back to where you’re at.

Ask yourself if whatever you’re stressing about will matter in five years.  Will it?  We are all faced with big decisions and life events like deciding to marry, purchasing a house, moving, becoming a parent and final exams; changes that can all be  quite stressful.  However,  much of our time is spent stressing about things that won’t matter next week, much less in five years from now.  So – cut yourself some slack if you’ve made a mistake at work or feel like feeding your child macaroni and cheese for the third time this week makes you a less than ideal parent.  We’re ALL doing our best – and so, my dear, are you.

Write or draw about it.  Often the act of organizing your thoughts in the form of a journal entry or a drawing that symbolizes the situation can help you gain insight.  I love the cathartic release of being able to express what’s bugging me – and oftentimes solutions come to me when paragraphs begin to take shape on the page.  At the very least, you’ll get it off your chest, at best you’ll be inspired with some solutions.

Find some gratitude for what you DO have, right now.  This one is a never fail for me.  Let’s face it, here in the United States, Canada and Europe we’re not faced with serious survival issues.  Chances are if you’re reading this you have a computer, a smart phone, enough money to pay for internet access and that’s enough to be grateful for right there!

We’re not walking around without shoes, safe drinking water or facial burns because we’ve refused a marriage proposal.   Look around you – what are you grateful for right now?  Your child’s beautiful face?  That delicious cup of coffee in your hand?  A warm bath with candles and a good book?  A binge-worthy series on Netflix that you can get caught up on?  You get the idea; and if you’re like me, you have much to be grateful for. 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.

Literally change your view 180 degrees.  Bend over and stare at the ceiling from that vantage point.  Get on the floor with a child or a pet and look up, or under the sofa (Note:  do not stress if you see dust bunnies! Bonus if you find loose change!) The world looks pretty different from down there, doesn’t it?  Go climb a hill and look down at how peaceful the vista is – doesn’t matter HOW you do it, as long as you *DO IT*.  My hero Einstein says that you can’t change a problem with the same thinking that created the problem, and in my humble opinion, truer words were never spoken.  Change your vantage point.  (This may also cover the move your body category too – very efficient!!)

Seek input from a trusted  guide or outside source – a friend, sibling, significant other, or you can call me for a psychic reading.  Sometimes a fresh set of eyes can bring in a new piece of information that completely changes how you view a situation.  With my special set of “eyes” we can deconstruct, heal and transform whatever challenge you might have on your plate.   Give me a call, I’d love to hear from you.

Whatever you do, be gentle with yourself and know that you’re being divinely guided to welcome in all the opportunities and experiences that will unfold for your highest good. Have faith that what you are dreaming about is en route.  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 has an impact on your life. It’s ALL happening.  Be careful what you wish for.

I’m here for you – and I’m with you on the journey.  I look forward to connecting with you.

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