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Are you ready to create your Best Year Yet? Well, I’m here to help you do it! First up is starting with a vision and goals. What is it you want to change, create or improve in your life? You’ll need a vision so you can create the road map to get there! I suggest starting with a brainstorming or day-dreaming session. It’s simple. Just sit and give yourself some quiet time where you will be uninterrupted. Set a timer for 10-15 minutes then picture where you want to be, what you want to accomplish, or a feeling you want to create in your life. Imagine as many details as you can. If you want a little help with this process, I recommend trying Guided Meditation. My favorites are available for free on YouTube such as The Honest Guys. They have ones

I was talking with a healer friend of mine this morning about all juicy things related to healing, which means inevitably we talked about our own stuff. If you aren’t aware, a healer doesn’t actually heal you; they are simply someone to guide you so that you can heal yourself. In my experience that can only happen if the “healer” has done their own work. The inner journey isn’t the most important journey

  You don’t grow in your comfort zone.   Think about that for a sec.   Have you ever accomplished something by staying in your comfortable little box?   It's easy to talk yourself out of taking action on something because of fear. Maybe it comes in the form of excuses or telling yourself you don't have the time or the resources you need. But if you quiet down the inner chatter and let the truth percolate, you may realize it's really FEAR that's holding you back.   This idea that you have to get out of your comfort zone to grow became all too apparent recently as my teenage daughter swam in her first swim meet. She wasn’t the only one on her team that was there to swim in their first meet ever, and I'm sure there were other children on other teams in the same boat.     As

Comparisons Aren't on the Path to Healing by Justine Calderwood, MSPT It seems our brain is always trying to "figure things" out and "rationalize" everything.  What would it be like to just stop, quiet your mind for a little while and FEEL into things?  What would your BODY say?  Where would you feel the pain of past trauma or injury?  See, we have a natural tendency to want to analyze, figure out and make sense of the events of our lives and our stories.  What if you could release some of your trauma simply by your willingness to feel into it?  What if you didn't need an explanation?  If you didn't need to attach to the story in order to heal from it?  What if by simply FEELING