If you are feeling a sense of disconnection, of “scattered-ness” or overwhelm - not sure what step to take next with a particular issue then maybe even a short time in nature could be the remedy? How long since you breathed her in?
This year has been huge both professionally and in terms of personal growth - stepping up and outside my comfort zone which looks set to continue in 2019. A large part of what has kept me calm (for the most part) is a focus on the sacred aspects of everyday life. Greeting each day with a knowing that whether or not I “succeed” in my actions is irrelevant as the beauty and divinity around me reveal a deeper truth and knowing that all is magnificent. Watch below for some reflective questions to prompt a sacred entry into 2019. I wish for you a peaceful and joyful Christmas and New Year with much love.
Making a change starts with admitting things aren’t going so well. For some of us (me) that can take a long time - to actually admit it - because it’s easier to bury your head in the sand than to take those first steps. I lived with inner turmoil for many, many years and it became my normal. It was how I was and I tried to get on with things. To change takes courage and getting comfortable with discomfort but I promise you it’s worth it. Listen in for my musings on this process….if you really desire change in your life but feel you need clarity and accountability in 2019 then check out my coaching offerings here on the ‘Coaching’ page.
I find it so inspiring as a coach when people begin to recognise that their inner dialogue and the stories they tell others about themselves are no longer relevant. Fake. They call their own bluff and have to face the fact that they’ve held onto these old stories because they’re familiar, they’re a default response and facing a future in which a new story comes alive can be scary. I’d love to know what story you feel it’s time to let go of and how you plan to intentionally create a new one that limitlessly embraces you and your gifts.
I find this passage from Anam Cara by John O’Donohue spine-tinglingly beautiful. If this doesn’t inspire you to step up into your potential then I’m a monkey’s uncle. Apologies about the nostril close-up - not sure what happened there with filming…..just close your eyes and listen!!