Tag: inspiration

Looking at Your Life & Overcoming Conditioned Response

I was asked recently by a business coach to write an essay on why I feel I self-sabotage and other negative habits that sometimes keep me from being the best version of myself. You know… when we play small. I dig deep on these things… I encourage you to do the same because unless we become aware of why we do things, we are powerless to change them. I’m not saying we get past these things sometimes, but awareness helps us grow and I am here to grow! I am glad I have coaches that guide me to dig deep!

I wrote this after days of background beating myself up… You know those times. Where you’re good and you’re meeting responsibilities, however you’ve let your passions slip. You postpone your personal goals for all the “stuff” you have to do. I wrote this little quote-pic for IG and then it hit me… My blog needs

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Day 2- How Can It Be Possible I Envy My Dead Brother

Is it that I tend to dig deep or would these things creep up on the average person too? Are we all average? What makes anyone exceptional? Can it be we are all exceptional by simply trying to be a better version of ourselves? I said I’d share this week with you and I will.

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Zen Life-Wisdom Inspired by Love, Masters of Meditation… and a squirrel

SQUIRREL!!! So many times in my life I’ve felt, acted, reacted and been overwhelmed with indecision. A lot like the embodiment of your friendly, neighborhood squirrel. Have you seen that meme about the road of life being paved with squirrels who couldn’t make a decision? In all honesty, decision making and discernment-of-choice have not actually

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Seduction of Spirit: Wisdom Shared from my Meditation Retreat (even though I started writing this 5months ago!)

Along your spiritual journey certain themes play out within almost all wisdom traditions. Acceptance, detachment, surrender, faith, trust, allowing… these are some of the big ones for me.  Hearing these words, repeating them to myself … actually creates calm. The guidance of gurus, saints and sages often comes down to… simplicity.  Keep it simple.  Trust

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