Wednesday, November 30, 2011

It's December?

Can you believe it. December of 2011 is here and 2012 will be arriving before we know it. If you're like me, you may be feeling pushed and rushed with the list of desired items to get done. I love the festivities and traditions. I also love the feeling of "new" with the year of 2012 beginning.

On my wish list for next year, I want to feel even better than I do now. I want to be in better shape mentally, physically, and spiritually. I want to change some eating habits which aren't nurturing and add in activities which are. I want to let go of being stubborn ( just acknowledging that I am proves just how stubborn I have been. ) I want to complete what I have started and begin where I have finished. I want to live more and fear less.

Choosing to make a change is the first step. Writing it down is a good second. Putting a small piece of it into action is a great baby step. And then following through with the help of a friend or partner is a great stride. Talk about it. Make plans. Be proactive.

Enjoy every twinkle light and mug of cider.
Happy December!

Friday, November 11, 2011


Happy 11.11.1111

This is a once in a lifetime day as you already know and I just wanted to share how grateful I am for you and our experinces together. Today is about oneness. Many special meditations are taking place around the world. Take a few moments to check them out, or close your eyes and tune in. It is very likely that someone somewhere is sharing their gratitude at that same very moment!

During our teacher training, I shared a thread ceremony with my student teachers. After our group completed 200 hours of training, we sealed in that exceptional time by sharing a sacred thread ritual. We tied the blessed thread onto each other as we went around the circle. The significance of the thread acts as a visual reminder of what we shared and also a symbol of what we still need to focus on or work through. The thread that is tied on our wrist or ankle at times can feel annoying (what are we getting annoyed at in life) or comforting (what feels good and right to us.) It can also be a daily reminder of our unique experience we spent together if we choose to see it that way.

My thread let go of me this past week, three and a half months after it had become a part of me. I was sad to see it go, but realized that it was now time to create a new opportunity for a new thread in my life.

That being sad, starting in January, I will offering workshops which relate to our well-being and joy. Ayurveda, pendulums, nutrition, mudras, and more. Let me know if there is a subject or topic you are interested in hearing about.

I am also extremely thrilled to be back in my body! I have felt as though my mind has been scattered and unclear, which i was blaming perimenopause on. But thanks to the advice of a friend (whom I hope will come speak at one of the workshops), all is well again. Her advice was to move the electrical items next to my bed which send off eft's. For the last three nights, I have slept better than ever and have woken up refreshed and ready to go!!! Honestly, I feel as though the real me is back!

So my miracle tidbit to you on this very special day is to think about your surroundings and clear the electrical space away from where you rest. Clock radios are the worst culprits. (I can't even bring myself to give it away knowing I will cause someone else discomfort.)

Love you guys,
Enjoy this special and wonderful day,