We sensitive folk are feeling the intense energies of the tail end of Mercury Rx and the approaching holidays. Daily life is one big exercise in balancing my feels, so I empathize. Here’s how to stay sane:
1. Avoid people. Yah, I'm serious, especially during Mercury Rx. It's easy since I have no kids and self-employed, but still have to function in the world with my own irritations (a great practice). I make it a choice to withdraw as much as I need and don't feel bad about it. That lessens the interactions with others — even friends — who are ready to rumble. I'm a healthy healer after 14 yrs because I step away on a regular basis. ✨✨
2. Indulge in Nature. She is the great healer and will keep you grounded to accept the season that you're in.
3. Don't obsessively read the news and think it’s the only reality. When you do, just laugh and imagine you're watching a Shakesperian play.
4. Eat well. Sleep. See friends for dinner. Keep it easy and light. Again, Mercury Rx can bring up difficult chats, so wait until it’s direct before you get into the nitty gritty. ✨✨
6. Get healed. The world is full of amazing healers. Use them.
7. Meditate, chant and chat with the Goddess. Nurture your connection with the Divine.
8. Feel what you feel. It will pass. Things will improve. All of it is valuable for your growth and insight.
‼️This might be the hardest post that I have ever made on Social Media but I need to do it because I know there are other people out there who are going through exactly what I went through. ‼️ I started working out in August 2016. I hit my goals pretty quickly and I was so happy. May 2017 rolled around and I went on cruise. I told myself that I needed to enjoy myself and I could work off all the food when I got home. The problem is that week brought back every bad habit I ever had. I was also going through many emotional changes in my personal life. I couldn't get out of it. I was out of control with myself, my business, and my health. What I needed was a swift kick in the freaking rear.
21 days ago I decided to recommit as if it was day one all over again. Forced myself to be diligent in my eating and workout everyday. No cheats. No missing workouts. 100% committed.
This is my 21 day transformation. When I took the too pictures I cried because I knew I wasn't committing to myself anymore. But guess what. That is done and gone.
The reason that this is so hard for me to post is because I didn't want to admit that I was struggling to get back on track. Slowly but surely I did it and I found my why for coaching again. Since recommitting I have helped not only myself get control but A BUNCH of other women because I remember WHY I DO THIS. I do this to show people that ANYONE can do this. YOU CAN DO THIS. It doesn't matter who you are or what you've been through. Today can be your day one. Make today your day and take control of your life.
If you need that extra help and accountability I want to be that person for you. Fill out the link in the comments ⬇️⬇️
A Mala Necklace:
It offers people a wearable reflection of something in their own journey. The decision to love even though it can break our hearts, to meet challenge with our compassion is the yoga practice of life. The mala becomes what the wearer wants it to be. You engage the energy of the gemstones, with your prayers, your hopes, and dreams.
Take a few deep breaths to center and align yourself with your intention.
5:30am Rise and Shine Flow With Jeremy Bain
10am Vinyasa Flow
4:30pm Vinyasa Flow With Lori Mershon
6pm Yoga for Beginners
7pm FREE Meditation
7:45pm Gentle Unwind With Asha Strother
“Pain to Power”
Sharing my story is important because I want others to know that they are not alone.
I would also like to share the different challenges I went through as an adoptee, to help educate future adoptive parents.
An upper-middle class family adopted me.
Based on what I can recall, my childhood, after I was adopted, was of an average child with a special attribute to it.
At 13 months, I was placed in an orphanage.
According to some reports, I was found on the doorsteps of a police station.
To date, I wish I knew who my birth parents were and see our similarities if any.
👉 Go to (http://bit.ly/2yS1m5h) to read the full story.
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