Why Sisterhood is the Medicine You Seek

Do you ever feel that your life is not your own? You find yourself just going through the motions day to day. Life has become rote and routine. In many ways, you may find yourself living for others. Nothing you do feels like you....what you love....who you are....what you value. Is this resonating?

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I'm Mad as Hell and I'm NOT Gonna Take it Anymore!

If you live in the US, no matter what side you may be on, the energetic climate is quite palpable and at times very hard to feel/witness. I am an Emotional Empath – which means I can sense the emotions of others and sometimes even take them on as my own. This energetic climate can overwhelm me very easily without my extreme self-care tools. Sometimes that tool is to simply “turn off” and “tune out.”

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Love Yourself!

One of the best testimonials I ever received was to hear, “You gave me back to me!” What an honor it is to be able to hold the space and guide someone gently back to who they truly are! It is a privilege I do not take lightly. Most of the women who come to me are grieving a loss which includes the loss of who they thought they were or who they believed they should have been. And with this lack of clarity around knowing and loving of self, there is confusion in other areas of life because we all know and understand that what we experience is a direct reflection of what we are vibrating - as within, so without.

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Tips to Build Alignment Momentum Part 2


Welcome to Part 2 of the Tips to Build Alignment Momentum. Last time I shared the importance of Defining Your “WHY”; Being Willing to “Consider the Possibility”; and that Contrast is Good! I also challenged you to implement any one or all of the tips. Did you? How did it go? Remember, alignment is all about feeling good. That really is all there is to it. Let's explore some other ways of building the Alignment Momentum.

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