This is where I connect you with insights & tools on how to cultivate greater Health, Harmony & Happiness in your life.
Habits and rituals, two seemingly different words, but really tied very closely together, one just holds a little more power than the other.
List making is essential if you want to feel like you’re getting things done in life, but there’s one thing that may be missing from your list that can actually make life easier for you.
Playing it safe means you aren’t finding that edge in life that makes you the best version of yourself. But if adding one more thing to your list to take action on or try harder at seems overwhelming, rest assured, finding your edge doesn’t always mean you have to do more.
Flowing with your time, energy and focus even when unexpected things come up, doesn’t just mean floating through life and letting life happen to you. On the contrary, it means intentionally becoming aware of those places that make you slightly uncomfortable then learning to adapt to them without going too far.
When approaching a transition, in order to get to the place of effortless action, there are three key things that I’ve discovered need to be intention placed around them.
In this episode, I talk you through the real reason transitions can feel heavy and take you through a visualization to help you identify the process that happens when you are going through a transition.
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.
Being a do-it-all person means you know how to get stuff done, but it often comes at the expense of other things or people, yourself included.
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.
Work and Rest, two necessary phases of everything we do in life. Yet, in today’s world, we often get stuck in the work mode, thinking that’s the only way to productivity. But yoga teaches otherwise.
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