Difficult emotions can keep us from doing our best work. RAIN is a tool that helps us touch the tender places with mindfulness and compassion.
Despite heavily promoted myths of instant transformation, coming home to the body is a long process that requires patience, trust, and compassion.
To lift, to light, to laugh, to enlighten, to level-up. And to do it in collaboration with conscious community. This is part of what’s in the meaning of my three words for 2019.
Choosing three words to frame your year is a simple but profound ritual that can keep you aligned as you navigate your year. Here’s all you need to know to get started.
Do you look at your accomplishments and ignore your disappointments? Do you look only at your disappointments and ignore your wins? Or do you ignore it all? Whatever approach you take, keep in mind that how you end is how you begin.
[spacer size=”40″] Here’s why we need to stop talking about work/life balance.
There is a palpable fear in the air. People are reeling. They are paralyzed with anxiety. You hear the call to move forward, to move on. But how? I’m sharing an intimate story to help you.