Recently I arrived at a couple of major endings in my life – one being the culmination of my time in Rochester, NY.
This morning, I greeted the dawn of an unexplored new beginning… in Costa Rica!
I will be living in Costa Rica for the next 3 months, and from there, I have yet to unravel what my journey has in store for me.
Goddesses – we are in a season of humanity where we are focused on building deeper layers beyond the material realm and what the eye can see. We are more than the stunted, suppressed, idealized versions depicted in media and exalted by the Wounded Masculine energy parading in the patriarchy.
Being in conflict can often feel like walking through a minefield of hidden trigger bombs. Often when we feel triggered, particularly in conflict, it is can feel borderline impossible for us to continue on consciously
It’s far too easy to become detached from our Inner Child self when it is an intangible, amorphous idea, rather than a precious small child we can actually visualize and see. So, how exactly do we start this process of healing the relationship with our Inner Child?
If you are immersed in any kind of self development and healing work, chances are you’ve come across the concept of Inner Child Work. To those of us who are unfamiliar with this practice, it can sound rather woo-woo and mystifying to be working with some obscure facet of our personality we may not be fully aware even exists.
My meditation this morning made me weep… like actually bawl and release a flood of giant anime-like tears that you only see in Studio Ghibli movies.
As adults, sometimes we need to give our grown ass selves a time out. See, what took me a long time to understand was that this fight or flight response doesn’t just happen when presented with a conflict situation.
While doing my morning routine today, the thinking mind was strong. My thoughts were racing, the yoga flow I was doing felt half-assed, and there were emotions I needed to release.
Do you ever take notice of your breath throughout the day? For those of us who struggle with anxiety and regulating our fight or flight response – this is life changing!
Stream of consciousness journaling changed my life, and it will change yours too.
If you’ve been diagnosed with a mental illness (either by a professional or by Dr. Interwebs) – then I’ve got a secret to tell you that you didn’t know about yourself.
For the first time in my life, I made a 30 day, nonnegotiable commitment to myself. This coming from a person who falters even committing to a too long series on Netflix.
Today marks the completion of this 30 day journey.
When our masculine energy is stuck in a disempowered state – we become passive and unstructured, unable to follow through with a drive to move forward and utilize action in order to bring about what we want into existence.
Which is stronger? Instant gratification or your ability to resist temptation in order to build something greater?
Discipline is the missing link between the life you have now and everything you want to manifest…
There is a delicate balance between following what feels good in the present moment, and discipline.
If you’re reading this post, chances are you are no stranger to the world of self care and personal development.
Sisters, are you with me?
It is time for the Rising of the Wild, Dark Feminine
Reclaim your Power now
The battle of the Heart has begun
I’ve never as actively engaged with grief as openly and willingly as I have with this current experience with death, and the learnings have been many, with more sure to come.
You see, even plants have a season of underground growth.
You’re digging through the mud, working your way towards the light, getting dirty in all the shadow work, mastering your craft, learning new skills, having the ugly cries.
The wisdom of the Crone is that everything happens in cycles and seasons.
Perhaps among the most well known, the #metoo Movement is finally drawing attention to the injustices of our patriarchal society, albeit through the painful experiences of the women impacted, myself included.