Holidays: Fraught or Fun?

What comes to mind when you think about the holidays?

Do you groan, feeling burdened by all you have to do? Do you dread going shopping for gifts or cleaning up after Christmas or Chanukah or Kwanzaa or other holiday celebrations?

Or, do you feel a sense of fun, delight, and joy in the . . . → Read More: Holidays: Fraught or Fun?

Loving Yourself means ‘Owning It!’

Years ago I heard my guidance say to me, “Own it!”

“What do you mean by own it?” I asked. “Own what?”

No answer.

 

What Owning It Means…

It took me quite a few years to understand what “Own it!” means. Now I know that it means to fully own my own life, . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself means ‘Owning It!’

Loving Yourself Heals Resistance

Have you ever experienced any of these situations?

Your project at work is due on Friday. Today is Wednesday and you’ve been procrastinating. There is no way of getting it done on time. You are supposed to meet a colleague for lunch. It’s an important meeting but you realize that you are going to . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Heals Resistance

Are You Disappointed With How Your Life Is Turning Out?

I received the following question from Leia, a woman who attended one of my webinars:

“How can you achieve self-love when you have deep disappointment with the way your life turned out?”

This is a very interesting question, because how your life is turning out is directly related to your self-love, but it . . . → Read More: Are You Disappointed With How Your Life Is Turning Out?

Loving Yourself When You Feel Freaked Out

It’s one thing to be loving to yourself when things are going well and you feel centered and peaceful inside. It’s quite another to love yourself when you feel panicked and freaked out.

Tara ask me the following question in one of my webinars:

“When my inner child gets really freaked out, and I . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself When You Feel Freaked Out

Loving Yourself By Forgiving Yourself and Others

I’m often asked how forgiveness fits into Inner Bonding. My experience is that as we learn to see and value who we really are in our essence, and we come to understand why we made the choices we’ve made – many of them coming from our false beliefs, we are easily able to forgive . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself By Forgiving Yourself and Others