I want to celebrate something! 0

I want to celebrate something!

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017

YOU!!!!!!! You are most likely a great friend, having compassion and doing your best to cheer your friends up when something goes wrong, right? You most likely try your best to treat your family with kindness and consideration (OK, most of the time, LOL) You are a caring person, maybe even inspiring. Happy to celebrate the achievements and accomplishments of others, but… What about yourself???? Summer is here, and it’s time to recognize and to celebrate YOU—all of your accomplishments, your personal and professional growth, and everything you love about your life! While the spiritual/emotional capacity of Spring is the power of growth, Summer holds the power of maturity.  In summer, the buds of spring bloom into full flowers and now can share their pollen to make more flowers. Recognizing and celebrating all you have accomplished is the way you expand your capacity, inner abundance and self-sufficiency. The same way a good summer harvest can supply food for the winter months, celebrating your achievements gives you the confidence to connect with others and the hope and faith to carry you through all of the ups and downs of success. Let’s take an inventory of all your good stuff, so you have a good supply for Winter!!!! Hit reply RIGHT...

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How to Easily Set Boundaries That Set You Free! 0

How to Easily Set Boundaries That Set You Free!

Posted by on May 11, 2017

She was totally exhausted when she got into her UBUR, and the very nice driver started to chit chat. She was overwhelmed with a lot on her mind, and the last thing she wanted to do was make conversation, but she chatted anyway. She didn’t want to be rude or obnoxious to this nice man, but by the time she got home, she was done. And, she proceeded to yell at her daughter when making a simple request was more appropriate. She felt terrible and apologised saying she had just had an intense day and needed a time out. When her daughter came over and gave her a big hug, she was touched to tears. Love makes things better. So where’s the love for yourself? One of my clients was sharing the worry that she was a bad mother, as she told me this story. “On the contrary,” I said. “You just taught your daughter a lot in that exchange.  How to be honest about your feelings, how to apologize, how it’s ok to take timeouts, so you don’t blow your stack (lol). And that is the lesson I want you to learn here. If you had taken a proper time out in the UBUR, time to breathe, and...

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You don’t have to work so hard! 0

You don’t have to work so hard!

Posted by on Mar 8, 2017

You don’t have to work so hard!    One of my favorite Type-A clients came in very agitated last week. She is very successful in her career because she is smart and knows how to get things done!   She has been wanting to attract a husband and has been doing the manifesting exercises to attract him. She has put pictures of intimate exchanges with men on her vision board, and she has been putting herself out there by going to different wellness events because a trusted psychic told her she was going to meet her husband at such a gathering. But when she showed up to her session this week she was frustrated.  She shared, “I don’t want to work this hard to find a man.”   I giggled and said, “You don’t have to, in fact, if you feel that this is hard, you are attracting difficulty, not him, lol!”    Remember, The Law of Attraction works with feelings, not words.  So while she wanted to attract love and partnership, what she was actually manifesting was difficulty and the fear of being alone.   When I asked her if she enjoyed going to the wellness events, she said, “Not really, no.” Just because people are telling you something is good for...

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Let’s talk about sex, shall we? 0

Let’s talk about sex, shall we?

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017

Let’s talk about sex, shall we? Cause let’s face it, very few people add sexual images to their vision board, but often we are in total lack of great, sensual and sexual energy. Personally, I find it’s best when it’s not rushed, and when there is lots of foreplay. Great conversation over a fabulous dinner with the touch of hands across the table leading to a tender turned passionate kiss outside the restaurant, a hot but still respectable make-out session in the back of a taxi on the way home. Some of the most exciting moments of a relationship are about allowing yourself to get turned on and exploring your passion with limitations. I remember feeling empty and alone the day after sex happened too quickly when I was single. Having that level of physical intimacy before there was an equal level of emotional intimacy and trust left me feeling off balance and anxious the next day. I made a conscious choice to wait longer with the man who became my husband. After being wined, dined, charmed and properly kissed, it was tough not letting him sweep me off my feet. Oh how he tried to get me to come back to his apt, lol! Somewhere in my gut...

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How to Free Yourself from Codependency 0

How to Free Yourself from Codependency

Posted by on Jul 4, 2016

How to Free Yourself from Codependency Happy Independence Day! What does independence mean to you? Self-Reliance? Freedom? Liberation? The emotional pattern called co-dependency can rob you of your freedom, self-confidence, and make you feel trapped in a matter of minutes. I witnessed it this past week. One of my clients has been making huge satisfying changes in her life as a result of doing this work, but this past week she fell back into an old pattern and made herself miserable. Monday morning, she walked into the business she owns with her partner, with the intention of having a great and productive day, then all hell broke loose. She was immediately bombarded with a serious employee issue, two client issues that needed immediate attention, and her partner’s unwillingness to help. She felt as if the world was against her and like she was the only one who cared about the business. One of the client issues was a result of her partner’s turning in paperwork late, while the other was the result of one of their staff’s oversight. She was cleaning up other people’s mistakes and feeling unappreciated and cheated. No one else wanted to take responsibility. In our session, she asked, why was she the one to always...

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