The Decadent Gift I Gave Myself 0

The Decadent Gift I Gave Myself

Posted by on Jun 28, 2017

Today is my birthday! And to celebrate it, I want to share a story with you that I hope will inspire you to live your passion!   Over the winter my husband and I got into this Netflix series called The Chef’s Table.   This series is incredibly inspiring, as it gets into the head and heart of pure genius, the small number of chefs who have received three Michelin Stars.   These are the Mozart’s of cooking. One might think these chefs mad, as they are driven by their soul’s passion for food and the all-encompassing pursuit of perfection. They live and breathe their art, spending all their time sourcing the best ingredients and working tirelessly to create new cooking methods or dishes in the kitchen.   I find their passion inspiringly intoxicating. One episode that actually made me giddy was one about Grant Achatz, and his restaurant, Alinea in Chicago.   His story is nothing short of inspiring and his food, what I would call, multi- sensory art.   After Grant was diagnosed with a chef’s worst nightmare, cancer of the mouth, he was told by the first doctor that he would need to remove his tongue. He was ready to die. That is like telling a prima...

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The Secret to Attracting Love 0

The Secret to Attracting Love

Posted by on May 19, 2014

The Secret to Attracting Love It’s simple in theory, and yet it took me years to really be able to experience what I am going to share with you now. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics. – Albert Einstein So, be love, and receive love. Before getting real with myself with this work, I thought, “No problem, of course, I do that.” And yet, I didn’t have the husband I wanted. If I wasn’t attracting it, by the rules of The Law of Attraction, I wasn’t believing it was possible on all levels. So, I committed to doing my subconscious brain training to get my mind and central nervous system comfortable with the below phrases. See if any anxiety or tightness comes up in your body as you read these; see if you can pinpoint where you feel it. I am lovable. It feels good to receive praise and appreciation and gifts. I love every part of myself. I can be loving and accepting of everyone. I have more then enough love to give. It’s easy to set boundaries with those I love. If you got...

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How Expectations Kill Miracles and Keep You From Getting What You Really Want! 0

How Expectations Kill Miracles and Keep You From Getting What You Really Want!

Posted by on Jan 20, 2014

How Expectations Kill Miracles and Keep You From Getting What You Really Want! Had an amazing session with a client this week which proves this point. It was pretty cool. Click the video below to hear the whole story! Sometimes what we think we want is based on our past beliefs of what is possible, and those past beliefs may have come from our parents or from our understanding of what was possible at another time. Think about it, just five years ago, a lot of things were different. Technology has now made it possible to go to school virtually, so people can take classes and get degrees from anywhere! And, the internet has made different kinds of jobs accessible to more people, giving us so many more options on how we can best design a career we love. Just read Tim Ferriss’ The Four Hour Work Week if you want more ideas about this. I believe the sky is pretty much the limit. We can manifest what we dream up and believe to be possible, but there in lies the rub. We have to believe it is possible in order to attract it. What we found out this week was that my client had some past beliefs about...

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The Easiest Way To Stay In Action on Your Resolution. 0

The Easiest Way To Stay In Action on Your Resolution.

Posted by on Jan 13, 2014

The Easiest Way To Stay In Action on Your Resolution. The answer is doing what you want. The first question I ask all of my clients is- What do you want? So much suffering comes from doing things we don’t want to do. And, when we do things we don’t want to do, it actually lowers our energy and can over time even affect our health, as the release of stress hormones over long periods of time can tax our immune system. With our world moving so fast, sometimes it’s hard to even figure out what we want. And, sometimes, although we may know what we want, if we don’t know how to make it happen right now, we give up on it. For example, say you want to lose weight. It’s not going to happen instantly, so how can you do it, and give yourself other things you want, too? Is there a form of exercise you love?  If not, do you enjoy being outside? Would it be a treat to get to the park and walk or run? Is there a favorite show you can download to your phone and watch while you do cardio? I developed my Radiance fitness class by combining all the things I...

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Stress Relief for a Common Emotional Disease, Guilt 0

Stress Relief for a Common Emotional Disease, Guilt

Posted by on Jun 17, 2013

Stress Relief for a Common Emotional Disease, Guilt Ahhhhhh guilt. Letting go of guilt can not only be great stress relief, but it also raises your energy level and vibration. Abraham Hicks, one of the first to bring the Law of Attraction to the world, says that we can attract what we want if we believe it is possible, and feeling the excited and positive feelings that would come from receiving what we want helps to raise our vibration to the level equal to what we want, so we can attract what we want faster. Conversely, if we feel guilty, we actually lower our vibration, and bring ourselves further away from what we want. So use this link and this phrase to clear it! “I release all guilt, so I can raise my vibration and be more energized for my world.” This can apply to and be helpful in all sorts of situations, and it often comes up when we don’t want to keep a promise to ourself or someone else. Here’s a prime example. You want to get in shape for summer, and you promise yourself you will go to the gym and workout, and you just don’t make it there. So ask yourself, what part of working...

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Tip No. 5: How Music can be a Motivating, Energizing Help or a Drain on your Body. 0

Tip No. 5: How Music can be a Motivating, Energizing Help or a Drain on your Body.

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013

How to Make Weight Loss FUN and FABULOUS so You Won’t Want to Stop!   Tip No. 5: How Music can be a Motivating, Energizing Help or a Drain on your Body. Working out to your favorite music helps you avoid distractions and energize your workout experience. Especially when you are in a crowded gym situation, it is so helpful to use motivating music to focus and inspire you.   I also pay attention to the words of the songs I choose, making sure they are positive and uplifting.  I stay away from training to breakup songs that sound angry or use negative language, as hearing negative words actually has a weakening response on your body.   Through the 1990s, Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words, prayers, music and environment on the molecular structure of water.  As our bodies are made of over 60% water, this theory affects us.   Here’s a great video describing his work.   In working with clients daily, I have found emotional stress makes people weaker and more tired.  I usually do stress reduction exercises prior to applying force on a body. And, I have found that negative words are a stressor too.  Just the...

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