It may not always look the way you want, or work the way you intend. But it will always, always tell you the truth.
That’s right. Your body is your most valuable intuitive tool – and often gets overlooked.
Let's explore how to develop your intuition through loving your body. Ready?
My body’s intuitive?
Yup. It knows. And it can’t lie about it. Not one little eensy, teensy bit.
Remember when you were ready for your last relationship to end and you felt sort of queasy or disgusted when you were kissing? Remember when you were
Romantic Relationships - The beginnings are always so magical, so full of excitement and joy.
Why is this? And how do we prolong that happy feeling throughout the relationship?
It's all the good stuff. Why? Because we're looking for all the good in our partner. Our hormones are heightened, and we're focused on seeing how this person is adding value to our lives.
We see what they do and who they are through the framework of acceptance and love. And they respond to this.
It's a sweet time. We prioritize spending time with our partner and often vocalize what we love about him or her.
It's also the time in a relationship when we
Would you be surprised if I said that your lack of financial responsibility is an emotional problem? Maybe even a spiritual one?
Budgeting and managing money is a block I work on with clients often. Fortunately, it's also a skill that can be learned.
However, we must look at our natural inclinations to approaching money, and our overall relationship to it. These can often be found hiding in our childhoods. . . we simply must be brave enough to look.
If your intuition is niggling at you to create a budget, spend less, or create a healthier spending and savings plan for yourself (and ESPECIALLY if you're struggling with it), READ THIS POST!
Break-ups. Divorce. Separation. So painful.
Often, we are so angry or sad or hurt or even surprised when our romantic relationship is ending that it's difficult to show up lovingly and consciously. After all, we're busy running away, throwing blame, or just too damn shut down.
Here's the truth: It's painful when relationships end. Even if we want it to end.
But if we shut down, run away, or throw blame, then we're not taking responsibility for how we've shown up or what part we've played in the demise of the relationship - and trust me, you've played a part. Even if not in being overtly horrible to your partner, you may have abandoned yourself - but there's a part - and it can be painful to own.
But once we've truly owned our responsibility in it, then we are able to walk away calmly and lovingly. Walking away lovingly with grief, love, and compassion is the goal.
Read this article to find out just how to do that and what it can mean for your next loving relationship!
We all want the magical, fairytale stuff. The excitement, the passion, the happy-ever-after. And damn Hollywood for making us think that's how deep, true, intimate love works. If you've had any sort of romantic relationship experience, you know that's not quite how it goes.
You see, love is never about your partner making you happy or filling you up or making it easier to live your life. Your romantic relationship - and every experience and moment in it - is always about you.
Conscious love is NOT about analyzing how your partner could be or do better. Conscious love is about recognizing how YOU could be or do better, choosing to show up in your relationship as your authentic self, and identifying and meeting your own needs. Conscious love is about being self-responsible.
Want to know how to do that IN a relationship? Read on brave warrior. Read on.
Love. We all want it.
Our innate human desire is to be loved.
And there are ways we can help create the conscious, loving relationship we desire.
So, do you want to know how to call in your love?
In this article, I present nine different suggestions for how you can actively call in the romantic relationship of your dreams.
So read up and Happy Relationship Creating!
We all love the newness and excitement of January. It's a time to let go, to start over, to recalibrate, and put in place healthier options for our lives.
We typically focus on the physical body. We tend to think a lot about the types of diets we want to follow or the new physical workout plan we wish to execute. Perhaps we activate a new gym membership, join a yoga studio, or hire a personal trainer or dietician. We become focused on being our best selves!
But we're overlooking a necessary part of being our best - our emotional health!
As we usher in the new year, let's focus on an aspect of you that doesn't just change your physical appearance, but your entire life. Here are 10 easy ways to workout and improve your emotional health.
Giving comes far more natural to most of us than receiving. Typically, receiving isn't always an innate trait. We must develop our capacity to receive.
Why is it important to know how to receive?
Because we can hurt others, not to mention deprive ourselves, if we don't know how to accept and allow!
Are you ready to learn to be more receptive and create more love in the world?
Here are 3 simple ways to do just that:
I am in deep gratitude for having someone step up and tell me the truth of what was holding me back.
“Your reading/healing was so awe inspiring. Not only were you TOTALLY right, half an hour after I left you my knee stopped hurting and has not hurt since. I have been thinking on what you said and realize I do need to participate in my own direction. I am going to meditate on what I have already thought about since we met and try to form a blueprint, a flexible blueprint for the Universe. My fear of being wrong was holding me back; I see that now. I am in deep gratitude for having someone step up and tell me the truth of what was holding me back. Thank you. Really, thank you.”
B. – Charlotte NC
The information you gave me was incredibly freeing in order to write the parts that had me stymied as to how I would/could handle it.
“At yesterday’s gathering, I was asked about the reading and others were interested in how impressed I was at the answers that came for me. To me that is what a reading should give – answers – but I must admit I asked for the reading with no preconceived notion of what I needed, wanted or would receive from it. I didn’t even know I had questions that could be addressed in a reading! The information you gave me was incredibly freeing in order to write the parts that had me stymied as to how I would/could handle it. Those stumbling blocks are gone now – and in fact the emotional barb connected has been removed. I find it most amazing – and joyous.”
K.B. – Troutman, NC