Are you a multi-potentialite? Have a load of ideas or activities you want to participate in and just can’t do it all?
Jenn knows your pain. Jenn Danielson joined us to share her shift to being in touch with her priorities and over-committing her time. Here’s a short wrap-up, but watch the entire show for more a-has and details.
Something ain’t right
When faced with fear, do you ever try to find a way to really love it?
It may seem absurd, and I stand by it. If I choose to love something (or someone), I can find a million reasons to do so. If I choose to see what I don’t like, I can find a million reasons to do so.
My focus determines what I see.
So instead of making fear something we have to hate or relate to negatively, we can embrace it with love and gratitude. (Don’t worry, it manifests naturally depending on what we’re looking for.) Continue reading “Inviting Shift Tip 5: How Can I Love This?”
We’ve been talking fear this week so far. Today is another tip to getting through fear in order to make big changes in your life. Making big changes in life in order to work at something better often means staying open, especially when there’s challenges.
In the eye of the storm, stay open.
Challenges can feel like a storm and when we face bad weather, we often want to hide ourselves away in a secure place. Quite the opposite is helpful when we want to shift. We must stay open and humble in the face of fear. Continue reading “Inviting Shift Tip 4: Remaining Open to Shift in Fear”
This week, we’ve been talking fear and tips to get past it. We already discussed becoming friends with your fear and knowing our truth versus our fear. Today we talk about challenges. Challenges are life’s way of testing us to see if we have the chops for all the greatness we want. If the Universe thinks we;re ready to be tested, it means that transformation is just around the corner – if that’s what we choose.
Challenges are life’s way of saying “You sure you want this?”
Challenges really aren’t there to make you give up. They are there to prove to yourself that you really can get whatever you are called to. If you want courage, they will challenge you to be courageous. If you want a big, lofty dream, life is going to make you prove you have the endurance and the ability to handle it when you get it. Continue reading “Inviting Shift Tip 3: Challenges Mean You’re Ready to be Tested”
Here’s the second tip with dealing with paralyzing fears. Yesterday we talked about getting to know your fear. Now that you know what your fears are telling you, it’s time to figure out if it’s all true.
Know how to pick out your truth from the fear
This is very tricky. When we hear the fear, it can drag us right in. We can get emotional and live from that frightened space. We become small and fear becomes big. This is not the space to decide your truth. Continue reading “Inviting Shift Tip 2: Truth or Fear”
Fear doesn’t have to be about struggle – although we often make it that way. There are some tricks to staying open to shift. It’s about reminding yourself why you are moving forward even when fear doesn’t want you to. We need to constantly remind ourselves to make choices that align with our intuition and our calling. We can do that in many ways like mantras, meditation, or just breathing.
For the next 5 days, I’ll offer some ways to practice fortitude to your fear. Here’s day one.
Get to know your fear.
So often we want to treat our fears like an enemy. We want to puff our feathers and draw up some adrenaline and kick fear’s a$$. The only problem is that the core fears you have Continue reading “Inviting Shift Tip: Get to know your fear well”
Amanda Richardson is an expert on health. Her story was a lifetime shift starting when she was 13. She learned very young how her mental wellness affected her physical wellness and she stayed very curious.
Below is a very quick wrap-up of her shift. To get all the great details, watch the replay.
Something ain’t right:
When Amanda was a child it was pretty rough. Her parents divorced and she left with her mother while her brother and sister stayed with her dad. She moved to a new state, where Continue reading “Stories of Shift: Whole Health is More Than Cells”
Take care in asking the universe for anything. That’s a lesson I learned this week, again.
I don’t often ask the universe for much these days. I am pretty blessed and grateful. However, lately, I’ve wanted to connect with my son more. In fact, just last week I was talking to a friend at lunch about having our boys and just moms do something together for a weekend for a bonding experience. Continue reading “Be Careful What You Ask For”