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Consciousness and energy expansion are cultivated in the space between our breaths. This is where our intuition heightens, we receive messages, and find contentment and peace in all things.
What if we lived in a world where we told each other what was good in the other person and focused on that?
What message are we sending to our children and anyone else who stands before us when we are glancing down at our phones and not being 100% present?
As you move through your days and weeks ahead, here are some ways you can strengthen your manifesting abilities–making it an easier and more fun process:
My teacher said, “If you don’t use the support of the block, where else in your life are you not asking for help?” The sting of her words pierced straight into my heart — she was right.
Does it matter how I sit, and do I need to sit cross-legged like a pretzel on the floor to meditate?
Turn into the discomfort, turn into the pain, turn into all that makes us want to run and deny.
There is something very special about going through an intense experience together, and then coming back to that very same spot to rekindle what was started a year ago. It is a bond that cannot be broken or explained.
Meditation helps so you are no longer frightened by what is beyond the horizon. You are enticed by it.
Meditation not only changes the way I handle conflict and navigating relationships. I have also noticed that I have less stress, anxiety, and my worry meter has gone way down!
If you are struggling to find that tribe that fuels your dreams and fills your heart – please know that it’s in reach!
We can step forward and embrace change, or stay where we are and stunt our growth. The choice is ours.