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Spring is almost here!

 As we all begin to emerge from the hibernation of winter, this is my favorite time of the year to start really tapping into the powers of intention and manifestation.

When everyone is setting New Year’s resolutions in January, I save this for the springtime. As we come into the spring months of the year, this is a great time to awaken those dreams and goals inside of you and start speaking them into existence. (Try some mirror affirmations!)

This is also such a beautiful time to sit in silence as nature is also coming back alive in the form of baby birds chirping, frogs croaking, and life being restored all around us.

If you have been feeling very stagnant, or feel like you’re not progressing in the way you anticipated, this is a good time of year to start writing down your goals, saying them out loud, and pulling those good things towards you that you’re trying to manifest. I always say this, but, one of the biggest pieces of manifestation is believing that you deserve the things that you’re asking for. So if you are having a hard time believing that you deserve the things that you’re writing down, then I suggest working on your esteem and self-image. Creating an inner landscape of peace and equanimity definitely helps with this.

Let this time of year be a time of an awakening of your spirit. As the sun begins to shine more and more try to let yourself shine as brightly. Emerge out of winter a new person, a brighter, and more spacious version of yourself. If you have struggled to take up space in your life, Come out of your hibernation as fierce as a bear waking up from their winter slumber.

The only way that I have found to be able to quiet my mind enough to focus my energy to do any of this, is through meditation. If mindfulness meditation is something that you struggle with there are a lot of resources, here, and out in the world to help you combat some of those feelings. If you’re on this page, then you already know that I have a lot of recommendations for excellent mindfulness teachers that I have used myself. Learning how to cultivate stillness within is what allows me to do the deep work on myself that I do.

If you’re reading this right now, we can do a mindfulness exercise together 

on your next inhale in your head say “Breathing in I am aware that I am breathing in”

And then on your exhale say “Breathing out I am aware that I am breathing out”

Now we have taken a mindful breath together. 

This is one of the things that I use 10,000 times a day to redirect my thoughts back to my body. Whether I’m sitting in meditation or just trying to do the dishes mindfully, this is what I use to help take control back of my brain. 

I’m very much looking forward to doing a lot more meditations at the upcoming retreat. I plan on doing a silent meal, not the whole meal, but probably 10 or 15 minutes of silent eating, just being and sharing space and energy for a few moments. I’ve been reading a lot of books on cultivating stillness and getting comfortable with silence, and I am looking forward to sharing those teachings with you all.

If you find yourself struggling to keep your head above water throughout the day, I invite you to try the exercise of mindful breathing. 

When you inhale, in your head say “Breathing in I am aware that I am breathing in”

And then on your exhale say “Breathing out I am aware that I am breathing out”



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Mar 06

I know for me the next few weeks will be spent Spring cleaning of mind and home 🧘🏼‍♀️

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Me too. I am so ready for a season change!!

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