January 2017 archive

You’ve Got the Power

If you’re having a hard time with digestion you Solar Plexus may be inactive. I know you may be wondering, “well how do I know if my Solar Plexus is inactive?” I am so glad you asked. Some signs to look for are low self – esteem, fear, lack luster attitude and lack of empathy. […] Read more…

Seek and Sort

While exercising my personal power to accept the now rather than fight it’s mere existence, I have learned that letting go is an act that is practiced daily. Just because I let go of some things yesterday, doesn’t mean I won’t have to let go of anything tomorrow. The understanding that all things work for […] Read more…

The Flow

“When you let go you create space for better things in your life.” I’m sure we all would like MORE for ourselves. So, lets try letting go, getting creative and enjoying the simple pleasures of life. For me, I am currently dealing with all of those things in every area of my life. I’m coming […] Read more…

How to Prep for Contentment

Just in case you forgot, we’re STILL Hitting the Floor and meditation is the reason why! It’s the perfect solution to finding contentment.  con·tent·ment [kənˈtentmənt]   NOUN a state of happiness and satisfaction: “he found contentment in living a simple life in the country” synonyms: contentedness · content · satisfaction · gratification · But can […] Read more…

RED Affirmations

Self – Sabotaging with negative self talk can be a key to all of your root woe’s but as Jessica from NoRealJewelry.com and I said in our Periscope about eliminating negative self-talk, “don’t be your biggest bully.”  Visualize all of your tasks complete, discuss your concerns with loved ones, journal and devise a plan. Abandon […] Read more…

Balance the Base

The chakras are energy centers that allow yourself to receive, internalize and diffuse energy.  When I was first introduced to my chakras I paid a lot of attention to my root because it was less active in comparison to all of the others. I then noticed that I was always thinking about “what if’s” instead […] Read more…