Today I’m passing along information that I loved from a blog from Brian Hill, an astrologer. Yes, we are certainly dealing with some interesting external circumstances theses days. However, if we give our power over to them, we will certainly lose our power. If on the other hand, we cultivate our “internal locus of control” […]
Today’s Friday Photo comes from a North Shore Water Fall, MN. Allow the power of this waterfall to resonate with the power you have inside of you. Keep things in perspective and align your life with the vision of what you want.
Today’s Friday Photo comes from Amboselli National Park, Kenya. Elephants face the threat of poaching and extinction every day. But their daily life goes on. How you deal with adversity is up to you. How you feel and act are perhaps, the only thing you really have control over.
The New Year marks a perfect time to reflect on what you want to edit from and add to your life. How you go about it makes all the difference.
It’s that time of the year when we celebrations begin – and of course Thanksgiving is the first on the list. As it’s name implies the tradition is about giving thanks, though most people think of it as an all you can eat kind of holiday!
Every client that we see learns a special breathing technique. You’ve probably heard about the importance of the breath and there’s a myriad of ideas out there on how to do it. The idea is to stimulate the vagus nerve where it sits under the diaphragm. The stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system to release calming […]
Today’s Friday Photo comes from a garden in Chanhassen, MN. It’s the perfect quote to follow Monday’s blog about the stories we tell. Take some time this weekend to explore what ingredients you have put in your favorite dish (aka you!). Is it time to liven up that recipe?
I want to continue with a consequence of blaming and not taking responsibility. Whatever you’ve chosen to blame becomes a story you continue to tell in many forms.
Some times you may find yourself in a situation that makes you uncomfortable. Perhaps friends want to go bike riding, but you blame your ‘bad knees’ as an excuse because you really think you can’t keep up.
I am working with a second member of a family. Both clients have found the creative breathing technique I teach to be extremely helpful, so they have taught all the family members how to use it.