I’m going to be upfront with you. I believe meditation is a big piece of spiritual life. I haven’t found a better practice to release my pesky, troubling thoughts so that I can feel my natural state of peace.
But I get it. I live in the real world too. I understand you don’t always have time to meditate. When you do make time, it can be hard to quiet your thoughts.
Follow your bliss. This advice used to really piss me off. I would think to myself, “if I knew how to follow my bliss, don’t you think I’d be doing it.”
I was super frustrated and found myself spinning in circles trying to figure it out, but it’s way easier than I made it.
The secret most folks don’t know–Bliss hides in plain sight. It’s in the most random things and in ordinary places.
Does this ever happen to you? 🙋🏼♀️
You 👀 look around your world 🌎 and see others thriving and wonder why things aren’t working out for you like they are for them.❓❓❓
💰Your business is barely limping along while your colleagues are killing it.
🍪 The smell of a cookie makes your pants instantly tighter while your best friend can eat a whole box of Oreos and not gain a pound.
“What should I do?”
I get this question a lot from clients when they’re at a crossroads – unsure which way to go.
Most folks are looking for the neon arrow that will point them in the right direction.
Ironically, life isn’t going to tell us what to do. Why not? Because it’s here to serve us. Life likes to give us options.
As humans, we carry an innate ability to create.
I’ve been hearing lots of complaints from business owners, parents, and community leaders about the generation known as Millennials.
Millennials are entitled.
They don’t think they need to prove themselves.
They don’t want to put forth any effort.
They don’t want to earn their way.
The narrative about Millenials fascinates me since my generation (Generation X) embodied the opposite characteristics. We suffered from “not enoughness” or low self-esteem.
We have some things to talk about- things that you have been pondering, wondering, and searching for. You have a lot of questions about how life works, why you’re here, and what it all means. On top of those big questions that pull at you, you’re also juggling life as it comes. It’s a lot.
Here’s the thing…
The reason you feel this pull, the reason you have all these big and little questions about your life is that you are remembering who you truly are and it’s not what you previously thought.