Posts tagged growth
Decompartmentalizing As A Practice In Boundaries

What if showing up boundaried meant standing solidly in the truth of who you are without the responsibility of caring for others through their discomfort as a reaction to you?

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Seeing Ourselves and Each Other

I deeply, deeply believe that we are here to witness ourselves and express the authentic being we find within our bodies and our hearts. I deeply, deeply believe that we are here to witness each other too. I honestly can’t come up with any other reason than this one: love.

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October's Giving Practice

“Reforestation is the #1 climate change solution in a landmark 2017 peer-reviewed study that was led by scientists from over 15 institutions, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which expanded and refined the scope of land-based climate solutions previously assessed by the IPCC. Conservation, or the “avoidance of forest conversion” was 2nd.”⁣

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Self Love Through Inner Child Work

Much of my meditations lately have consisted of me hanging out with my child self. It’s been a celebration of where we’ve come, what we’ve done to get here, and how we did it. Together.⁣

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The Wisdom of the Body

I had the opportunity to be a guest on the podcast Love Always, Jo. Read more about my experience and listen to this episode to hear more about the wisdom of the body. You’ll also hear first hand how I coach Joanna, the host, about something that’s been going on with her body recently.

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Your Body, Emotions, and Unconscious Beliefs

“How do emotions show up in the body?” 

I hear this question all the time. There is no generalized answer as you and your associated stories are complex. Often it is not just emotions but unconscious belief systems, patterning, and sometimes trauma all wound together affecting the shape of your body, how you feel, and how you show up. There are classic responses to your emotions from the endocrine, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and nervous systems that can cause obvious reactions such as tension, flushed skin, or butterflies in the stomach. For many, however, the process is not so cut and dry. Emotional repression is all too common in our society and those emotions can and often do manifest in other physical ways to get our attention. 

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