In Order to Follow your Path

    In order to follow your path, sometimes you need to be willing to let go of that which does not serve you. We’ve heard this a million times; I know I have. It sounds great, profound..powerful, but what does it actually mean? It means that you are willing to walk away from others/let…

Taking the First Step Towards Change

“For change to occur in us, we must be willing to enter the wilderness of the unknown and to wander in unfamiliar territory, directionless and often in the darkness….We do not need to keep every little thing under control. In fact, we find ourselves only by allowing some falling apart to happen.” – Maureen Brady…

Putting out the Energy you want to Receive

We always get back from the universe what we give it. Energy doesn’t lie. I remember the first time someone pointed out to me “You have manifested exactly the life that you wanted to create.” At the time that I was told this, I was having financial struggles and, specifically, she was referring to my…

The Silver Lining

“You have to do everything you can, you have to work your hardest, and if you do, if you stay positive, you have a shot at a silver lining.” Silver Linings Playbook (2012)   I’ve always loved the term “silver lining.” I was never quite sure of its’ origins, though, so I did some research to…

How to Stand in your Power

  Whether it’s in a relationship, at work, or at home, standing in your power is a profoundly powerful skill to master. Like anything in life, it becomes easier with practice. Here are 10 simple steps:   Be clear, specific, and concise about what is it that you need.   This is the first step…

Finding Joy in the Present

  3/14/2016   “It will all work out for the best if you stay in the present,” is something I heard about a year ago from a therapist. It piqued my interest then, and it piques my interest now.   Yet the more I think about, the more questions I have about it. How does…

10 Things Most People don’t know About Yoga

  I taught yoga for a little while before I became a 200-hour certified yoga teacher. Looking back, I realize how one-dimensional my understanding of yoga was. I was in love with the “ahhh” moment at the end of a Vinyasa class. But I didn’t understand how or why it happened. I’ve always loved back…