Unconditional love means that we treat others, how we would want to be treated, not how we deserve to be treated, but how we would want to be treated. Yet, so often we unconsciously place expectations, limits, or conditions as you might call them on how we love others or how we treat others, including ourselves.
Turning away from yourself in the midst of chaos, even after years of practicing intentional living happens…and it’s sometimes just easier to do when you feel like you’re in survival mode.
We all go through transitions in life, from the most basic like just waking up each day to the big ones like retirement or menopause. They all correspond to the rhythms of life, yet they aren’t always fun or easy.
In today’s episode, I share why discomforts or aches and pains are simply messengers your body uses to communicate with you, and how to begin to get in touch with what those messages are so that you can begin to free yourself from the discomfort.
You have full permission to allow the heavy, uncomfortable days and not feel guilty about them. Flowing with life doesn’t just mean just moving in a straight line – it means moving WITH the ups and downs.
When you feel the shift in energy that comes after feeling an inward pull or lower emotional time, you could be moving into Phase 2 of your Energetic Rhythms Cycle; here’s how you can maximize the energy you have so you remain focused and energetic with your time.
Setting intentions is the initial step in using your body’s rhythms and the moon’s cycle to decide what you want your life to actually be like and to begin to live in a way that aligns with that vision so that you can feel focused instead of scattered.
Why comparison and trying to “keep up with the Jones'” is actually one of the fastest ways to burnout, yet still a part of the journey.