I am furious.
At my dog. Who ran away. Again.
Actually, if I’m being truthful, he sauntered.
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Regardless – this is not about the speed of my dog’s movement, but rather the speed of my movement.
As I stood in my kitchen seething with a quiet rage (at being duped, at having to take the time to go find him, and having ever-more stuff on my plate), I realized this was one of those times where I could choose to walk my talk (as an Energy Mastery Coach), or I could inadvertently let my emotions take charge of me.
I knew which I wanted, and my question soon became Keep Reading…>>
I was feeling pretty hard-edged for the first few months of the year. If you’ve read any of my recent blog posts, you may have noticed as much.
Oddly enough, I didn’t even notice it.
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And the funny thing is, as an Energy Coach, it would be the first thing I’d notice if I met myself on the street. I wouldn’t judge it – I would just see it for what it was.
And I would realize that with some balancing, I’d be a lot more powerful.
But since it was me, and my own life, I was blind to it. I just kept on plugging away, pushing things into being, Keep Reading…>>
Vulnerable stuff ahead…
I had an “ah-ha!” moment with my coach last week (yes, even I have a coach…and I’m way better for it!) that my definition of SUCCESS didn’t add up to my definition of success. It sounds convoluted, and it is, which is perhaps why I hadn’t even noticed it before.
Here’s what happened:
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I have a business that I LOVE!
But…. I’m not yet serving as many people as I know I’m meant to serve. And I don’t yet have the income that I know I’m meant to have.
And I just now realized (yes, just now) that because of these things, I often feel more like a failure than a SUCCESS.
Which makes sense…but also TOTALLY doesn’t. Keep Reading…>>
Our boss “should” praise us; our partner “should” compliment us; our kids “should” thank us. But how often do any of these things happen? If we keep waiting around for them, we begin to feel very, very empty.
I’m going to propose something radical here: I going to suggest that it’s time we all begin filling ourselves, rather than expecting others to do it for us.
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I wonder how many of you had some resistance flare up just now?
“I don’t have time to say ‘yes’ to me! Whoever heard of such a preposterous idea! I would never be that selfish!”
I can almost see a grandmother – or a Puritan!– poo-pooing the concept. You likely have the same voices in your head, saying that exact sort of thing. Keep Reading…>>
I just got a puppy. For the first time. Ever. And he’s 100% adorable and sweet (as you can see).
But holy smokes he is triggering me!
I know, how is that possible with a face as cute as this?
See, I didn’t actually want a new baby. (I know, a puppy isn’t a baby. But you’ve got to admit there are some similarities from the whole “totally dependent and time-consuming” angle.)
I’d had some pretty intense post-partum depression after my first baby. So there’s the trigger right there – this lack-of-freedom, and being-at-someone’s-beck-and-call is all too familiar. In a not-so-fun-way. Keep Reading…>>
I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling a little “off” right now.
I feel like I want to be slacking, but I that should be charging forward instead.
Something inside me is wanting to be fallow – you know, to rejuvenate and all – but another part of me is acutely aware of the danger of losing momentum.
And the whole thing has got me to thinking about when to Push versus when to Allow.
This topic is not new. Not to me personally, and certainly not to my clients.
Here’s how I most often encounter it for myself:
I really don’t feel like doing the dishes right now – but that’s okay, because I’ll have the motivation to do them at some point in the next 3-6 hours.
And I do. So it’s all good – this is a system that works for me. And for my family.
Along these same lines, if I don’t feel like doing the laundry, I know I’ll get to it within a day or two. Writing thank-you cards? A few days. Writing my next blog post? Um….
This is what I’ve been facing the past few weeks.
I just plain wasn’t feeling it. I was all Christmas and New Years and travel and family and eggnog. Nowhere in this milieu was there an energetic connection to sitting at the computer. Or reaching out to people who, by my estimates, were similarly in their own little tinsel and eggnog bubbles.
Frankly, I wanted to give us all a break. Keep Reading…>>
I fancy myself to be a really grounded, centered person.
And I am.
Most of the time, anyway.
This morning I was thrown from that happy warm-fuzzy bubble.
Aghh! Why does that still happen, when I know as much as I know and help as many people as I do?
Why do I still allow someone to take my power?
Now, in all fairness, that someone was my husband. And he wasn’t trying to take my power… Keep Reading…>>
Hi Julianna…I have conquered or aspired to and won most of my life goals…but there is one area that I have tried in the past. I have never failed at it but I have never conquered my fears around it either. My real concern is my own lack of being able to conquer this? That is where I need help. I want to conquer my fear and my desire.”
This week’s MP3 offers a really powerful guided visualization on transforming a block.
Often, we try to make changes by thinking or doing.
The reality is that the best thing we can do – for real, lasting change – is to go in the back door, sneaking past the brain, logic, and analysis.
That’s precisely what this recording does.
Each week I respond, in an MP3, to a reader’s question with some Energy Coaching and/or a guided visualization. Let me know what you think, in the comments below.
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