Do you ever wonder why you’ll be cruising, “I got this. I’m on track. This is it!” and then boom you lose it. Your usual maintenance tools don’t work. You’re stuck. You’re in a funk and don’t see a way out. (The ‘why’ of it, I’ve heard, is about bringing forth things that are unprocessed or incoherent with our current energetic state into our awareness. Like a mental/emotional/energetic cleanse that we feel as density in our bodies.) This has been happening a lot lately. Good thing, because I have some first-hand experience to share with you now.
The beginning of spring is an enchanting time of renewal. We see it naturally occurring in the world around us. Trees turn green, flowers begin to bloom, and birds fly all around us. It is also a wonderful time for us to look at ourselves and our environment and welcome new practices into our lives […]
I was on the phone with one of my close friends. She was struggling with her teen daughter, “Ella”, who keeps making choices that are not in her best interest, choices that keep getting her in trouble at school and at home. My friend was at the end of her rope.
On a recent episode of the EnVibe Life Conversations Podcast, Cheryl and I discussed different tools we have used as we set intentions for the future and hope to manifest new experiences and objects into our lives. There are several practices that we love:List-MakingDeep Envisioning During Meditation (I especially like Dr. Joe Dispenza’s guided meditations […]
Our need to feel loved and cared for and to give love and care to others seems to be an innate human quality programmed into our DNA. Feeling loved and cared for gives us a feeling of security and self-worth. Caring for someone else gives us a sense of wholeness — it’s an extension of our love.
The start of the new year is a great time for some reflection and soul searching. Journaling is one of our favorite ways to get those juices flowing. Here are a few prompts to get you started…List 30 things that make you smile.What bit of advice would you give your teenaged self?What bit of advice […]