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How To Avoid Something And Still Get It Done

Posted by on Feb 17, 2016 in breath, creativity | 2 comments

  We all avoid something. Going through that stack of mail. Making an appointment with the dentist. Getting on our bikes and riding around the block. My biggest avoiding is Getting New Glasses. Big capital letters kind of avoiding. Just the thought of it makes me want to run and hide. I’ve been wearing glasses since I was four and every single time I...

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Breathing Space

Posted by on Jul 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 4 comments

  Whenever I return from traveling, I give myself a day with nothing planned so that I can re-adjust to the time zone, take a nap if I need to, do laundry, and unpack my own self from the experience before jumping back into daily life. And so I’m spending this last week of the Heart Sparks Road Tour in the mountains of Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ, just...

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It’s Alright to Cry by Ruth Davis

Posted by on Mar 11, 2015 in personal growth | 5 comments

 This past Sunday, yoga teacher Deborah McEvoy and I facilitated an amazing Heart Sparks Yoga and Writing Workshop. We breathed, we stretched, we stood in tree pose and, after Shavasana, we dove into that calm and opened spaciousness and explored deeper responses to I AM and I LOVE with some free writing. Several women in the workshop shared that they...

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The I Of a Hurricane – Finding Calm In a Storm

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in awareness, breath, exercise, mindsets, personal growth, relaxation | 2 comments

So many people I talk with say they are living in a world of overwhelm. They have so much going on, so many things on their to do lists that they don’t know where to begin. Their lives are happening all around them and they have resigned themselves to the idea that this is just how life is going to be. But really, we get to choose. Imagine a...

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Back to Basics

Posted by on Apr 3, 2013 in abundance, awareness | 2 comments

I’ve been home for just a couple of days and I’m still adjusting to being here. It’s like coming back from any vacation: I need to re-ground, re-group and remember what’s important and why I’m here. A part of me thinks I should rush back into things and focus on work. But my wiser self says to move slowly, to pay attention to my breath, to reconnect with...

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