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Mother Nature

I woke up this Mothers Day in Mother Nature’s full embrace…insert nature sounds here: birds singing, waves lapping on the shore, and the wind whispering through the trees.

”Don’t rush she says. There’s a pulse and rhythm to life.”

It’s a message easily forgotten and I rely on my daily yoga practice to help me remember this balance. The active component of the yoga builds the health of the body, while the meditative component heals the mind and accesses soul guidance. Both are important!

There are times to push forward and times to slow down and reassess your actions and desires.

Slowing down is not “inaction.” It’s how you keep yourself on your own path, and not influenced by the ideas and dreams of others. Don’t let yourself get so caught up in busyness that you find you’re climbing someone else’s ladder to success.

What is it you want to do on this journey called life? This might not relate to your career at all. It’s not necessarily what you do to earn an income. Remove that limitation. Anything that nourishes your soul, and really lights you up, will enhance every aspect of your life.

If you’re feeling disconnected from what that is, or how to actively pursue what feeds your soul, consider joining me on an exciting online program to fulfill your dreams. Watch for detailed information about my Crystallize Your Vision program in your inbox this Wednesday evening.



Is this you?

Is this you?

I remember once when my daughter was very young, I promised to take her to her favourite bookstore. We set out and holding her hand, I started jogging lightly…she was only 4 or 5.

She asked me, “mom, why are we running?”

I had NO IDEA why.

I was so used to feeling pressed for time that I’d lost my ability to do anything slowly.

It takes a lot of de-programming to slow down. We’re afraid we’re going to miss something, fall behind, fail.

Being in a constant hurry means missing out on the enjoyment of your life. You can’t cultivate meaningful relationships or nurture your interests when you’re living in “fast forward.”

It’s time to get lost in the journey…to move slowly. When you catch your mind racing, pushing you to move faster, take a long deep breath and ask yourself:

Where are you going?
Why are you going there?
And why are you moving so fast?

This reminds you to stop and question what you are doing and why.

What’s important to you now? Always spend your time and energy on that.

My Crystallize Your Vision Kundalini Immersion/Teacher Training online course starts in exactly one month. It will help you discover what is important to you now, and help you enjoy the journey. Find out more