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What are you holding on to?

If the pandemic has taught us anything, there is no such thing as certainty. The best we can do is anticipate the future - and be prepared to pivot when that future arrives and is nothing like what we anticipated!

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Root Down to Rise Up

"Root down to rise up" is an instruction given often by yoga teachers. It uses linking language to connect two body parts, something I learned about during my yoga teacher training in 2012. By following this direction, the student enhances his or her pose by grounding or anchoring the lower body, allowing for greater freedom in the upper body. Without a firm foundation, however, the balance and alignment the body needs is compromised.

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Empty Your Cup

Empty your cup so that it may be filled. Emptiness is the starting point, when you are in a state of confusion, anger or blaming.....being empty is an opportunity to be filled. - Bruce Lee

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What Are You Struggling With?

This September is different than in any year in history. 2020 has shown us that we must continue to learn and manage change, no matter what circumstances life puts before us. This, however, is easier said than done. Much if not most of our stress and emotional pain comes from our resistance to life as it is.

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What Wolf Are You Feeding?

There is a Native American parable: an elder is teaching his grandson about life, describing a fight between two wolves going on inside himself. One wolf is angry, jeolous, resentful and greedy. The other wolf is peaceful, loving, empathic and generous. "Which wolf will win?," asks the grandson. The elder replied: "the one you feed."

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What Are You Making Your Money Mean?

The mission I bring to my work is to educate others to see what ACTUALLY is, rather than the STORY of what is. Before we address spending plans or investment strategy, I encourage my clients to explore their relationship to money and the meaning they attribute to it. What are you making your money mean?