Open to RECEIVE

Open to RECEIVE

This year, according to my Feeling-Based Annual review, I have a prescribed word for each month of the year. The word for May was RECEIVE.

In life we are constantly partaking in a wheel of giving, receiving, offering, taking and allowing. There is a flow between all of these energies – sometimes we may be more in the mode of offering, other times we may be in the flow of allowing, and then other times we may feel evenly balanced between all of the modes.

An interesting experiment is to as you go through your day to see how you are doing in relation to these different qualities of giving, receiving, offering, taking and allowing. Check in throughout the day with your heart, and ask yourself, how am I feeling right now in regards to one of the elements of the flow… READ MORE

8 Ways to RELISH Connecting with and Converting Your Ideal Clients

8 Ways to RELISH Connecting with and Converting Your Ideal Clients

If you are reading this, and happen to be a wellness-preneur, you are likely to identify as a spiritual person – someone whose values are the guideposts for their life. You may have a kind of inner aversion to the idea of selling. But if you are in business for yourself, whether you are spiritual or not,… READ MORE

IGNITE: Five Core Attitudes and goals of a Yoga Practice

IGNITE: Five Core Attitudes and goals of a Yoga Practice

My word for March is Ignite. What are you igniting this month? What fire is burning in your soul that wants to be expressed? How does it want to be expressed? What form does it want to take? What poem is being whispered deep into your heart to find expression in your life? When I… READ MORE

Your Only Job is to Be You [SEED]

Your Only Job is to Be You [SEED]

The word for January this year is Seed. I am planting the seeds for the flowers and trees I want to nurture and grow this year.
What seeds are you planting this month? What are you wanting to grow in your life this year? What feeling states are you aligning with more and more? READ MORE

A Self-Loving Annual Review

A Self-Loving Annual Review

What I have changed since the early days of my annual reviews is I take a more yin, or feminine approach to the whole process. Instead of focusing on concrete goals (write that book, make that album) I place the focus on how I want to be feeling both within myself and within my relationships with others (which is a reflection of how you feel about yourself). READ MORE