Tag: empower

Forging Your Path

Are you living your life authentically, or are you following a prescribed route or path? A map designed by and for someone else that has very little consideration for who you are. So often there is an idea of who or what we are… Continue Reading “Forging Your Path”

Brand New

Have you committed to perpetual growth, friend? The kind that has you striving for the kind of evolution that requires shedding again, and again, and again. A commitment to growth can come at a price, however. There will be people who cannot or will… Continue Reading “Brand New”

Almost and Just About

Stop settling, friend. Stop settling for almost, just about, close enough, and what ifs. Stop shoving your dreams, wishes, desires, and needs aside for something that leaves you yearning and desiring more. For something that doesn’t quite scratch the itch because you’re afraid that… Continue Reading “Almost and Just About”

And Cheesecake

When we first set out on a goal we are gung ho, overly enthusiastic and full of energy. This is certainly true when we first pen our New Year’s Resolutions. Setting out our goals and intentions for the year of all the things we… Continue Reading “And Cheesecake”

Releasing Control

We all crave intimacy, and yet it’s the scariest thing in the world to receive for it requires vulnerability. Vulnerability — my friend — demands that we give up control. It means that we allow ourselves the space to be raw and open.

Toxic Love

We are groomed to accept toxic love. Perhaps this started with the story of Romeo and Juliet, star-crossed lovers who were doomed to death at the onset? For whatever reason, the stories we tell and are attracted to affirm these types of love stories.… Continue Reading “Toxic Love”

Shared Stories

It’s important to share our stories. No matter where we are at, or whatever it is we’re experiencing or going through, we are never alone. Our stories create bridges, showing others in the midst of chaos a way out. Words have the ability to… Continue Reading “Shared Stories”

‘Good’ Enough

Define what being ‘good’ means to you. Remove this from the hands of any other opinion, perception, or expectation that doesn’t come from within you.

Flow with Integrity

Peace comes when my mind, body, heart, and willpower are all in alignment – whole and undivided.
Only when this happens will I act from a place of sovereign discernment, clarity, and connection to my innermost self. This is what it means for me to flow with integrity.

Radical Acceptance

What struck me today was the importance of radical acceptance, of the ability of accurately seeing whatever lurks before and within me, and accepting it for what it is. Not dressing it up in niceties or false hope; but holding it in my arms, feeling it in my body, moving through it, and letting it go.