A February Fast

As we usher February out the door, consider purging your life of these 5 disempowering behaviors: REQUIRING understanding from others. The key to not caring what others think of you is to give yourself what you need. Give yourself understanding by believing in yourself and being willing to stand in the truth of that self-belief regardless … Continue reading A February Fast

Tuesday Tip:

Good morning warriors! As you go about your day, take note of the instances where you stepped up to tasks, situations, conversations, etc... that were not “comfortable” for you. Pay attention to what was gained, and use it for soul fuel for the challenges yet to come. You are building the muscles of your being. … Continue reading Tuesday Tip:

“One- nothing wrong with me. Two- nothing wrong with me…”

"Three-nothing wrong with me. Four-nothing wrong with me... (Drowning Pool- Bodies) This is one of my favorite songs to turn up LOUD and work up a good sweat to when I need to get out of myself. Out of my head. Out of my skin. I know there are others out there (and yes, we … Continue reading “One- nothing wrong with me. Two- nothing wrong with me…”

Don’t take my word for it

Don't let anyone convince you of anything just because they say it's so. How does anyone know what's so for you? And if it does turn out to be so, how can they know it's the same so as the so that is for them? They can't! What is so for you will always be different than the so that is for someone else because we are each different. Am I saying that you … Continue reading Don’t take my word for it

What you see is not who you are

https://youtu.be/xPAat-T1uhE The above clip, which happens to come from one of my favorite actors in one of my most favorite movies, is one that is near and dear to me. I can tell you honestly that I am not surprised by the depth of his epiphany or the sincerity in which he professes its effect on his … Continue reading What you see is not who you are

I require NOTHING (from YOU)

Attempting to force our will on another becomes unnecessary once we acknowledge and utilize our freedom in exclusively placing our energy only where it serves us in an optimal manner. I've taken to repeating the mantra, "I require NOTHING!" Okay, full disclosure: sometimes I need to shout it so that it really sinks into my … Continue reading I require NOTHING (from YOU)