In the past few weeks, I have been feeling an uneasiness in the center of my chest. At night, I have noticed my heart has been beating a little harder, and I have also noticed an overall sense of tension in my body that is normally not there. Because I have noticed this resistance, I have been focusing on my vibrations by meditating, exercising, and relaxing more.
On the personal front, I have noticed family dynamics shifting like sand below my feet, and although change is always good, regardless of how unsettling, during periods of universal changes like in the form of solar flares and eclipses, holding onto our own vibrational fields is even more of a challenge.
All that is is energy and that includes us.
If you are an Earth Empath, you feel attuned to nature and what is happening on the earth plane. You may be someone who senses sadness or grief before you hear about something devastating in the news. You may be someone who senses the pain of a forest and her trees being...
Sometimes it can be difficult to observe your thoughts and especially when triggered and after spending time with those who trigger you.
It can be challenging to regroup and gain emotional control after having had a strenuous conversation, argument, confrontation or some type of interaction that has knocked you off balance.
We live in a sea of others vibrations, others perspectives, others wounds, others triggers, and others agendas. And when we love people, it can difficult to separate our stuff from their stuff.
Codependency creeps up in the most beautiful of spaces.
When we worry more about our sister and her kids than we do ourselves and our own kids...
When we worry more about how to fix the neighbor's love life than we worry about our own marriage and relationships.
When we fail to set a boundary with someone who may not realize they have crossed one...
When we take on other people's issues even though we are drowning in our own.
When we fail to recognize our own codependent...
Often, we are so fixated on what people think about us, that we forget to check in with what we think about us. Below the veil of consciousness, we are busy doing all we can to ensure we don't rock the boat, make too much noise, appear too needy, or dare ask to not be abused.
When we forget to take care of us, it can be easy to slip down a rabbit hole or two when we read on social media that an old flame has just said something untrue and painful about us, or when we discover that a friend we loved has just stabbed us in the back. Years ago we got bullied at home or in the schoolyard, but these days, bullying can happen anywhere at any time and even all the time.
When you are bullied at work, in school, on Facebook or some other social media outlet, it can be totally overwhelming. Our codependent fear hits an all-time high because instead of worrying about what one person thinks about us we are now worried about hundreds or possibly thousands.
Words create or they destroy and in...
In this Youtube Livestream, you will learn an entirely new way to speak to yourself which can help you feel more connected to the Divine Inner Child.
Knowing how to address and confront SHAME when it shows up in our bodies and conscious minds, allows us to transform a past energy into a more positive one.
If you feel like an alien, that is because the humans that were supposed to teach you how to be human, most likely abandoned you in some way, or at a minimum, it is possible they simply were not attuned to their own self and therefore they could not attune to you.
That is not your fault!
Thank heaven, because we are all aspects of the Divine Consciousness, we can use our ability to Master our Focus and heal the self.
If you are here, chances are you are becoming aware that you may be suffering from codependency.
You may be here because you have suffered from narcissistic abuse and you want to learn how to stop attracting narcissistic abuse into your life.
Many of us come here wishing to breakthrough or to break free from a narcissist, and often we focus on the narcissistic behavior, while secretly wishing we could change the narcissist, as well as their behavior. This is a totally normal and human reaction, but it is not as healthy a thought process as it could be.
Until I woke up and healed from codependency, I was a magnet for narcissistic others. It wasn't until I was fully committed to healing my own thoughts, and I was ready to be humble enough to challenge my own intentions, that my world began to shift.
Being humble enough to look at one's self and one's own behavior takes courage. We must be willing to push through the programming from the past that has us feeling like we are not...
We've all had that really horrible relationship--you know the one--the one you know you should leave but you don't--the one you go to bed wishing would just end somehow without you having to be the one to end it.
One of the things we don't often realize is, if we were not raised to VALUE our emotions, opinions, wants or desires AND if we were disrespected, treated with indifference, minimized, gaslighted and abused--as adults--we simply DO NOT HAVE THE DATA for how to stand up for ourselves in an empowering way, not even when, it is BLATANTLY obvious that we should.
And that is not our fault.
Our brain will ALWAYS default to the FAMILIAR rather than choose an UNKNOWN even when the familiar is destroying us UNTIL we
Until the brain can no longer dissociate from the overwhelming grief of a painful relationship--we will be psychologically drawn to stay in a painful situation.
So Dear One, don't blame yourself or go on...
Our ability to ebb and flow, grow and change will determine how far we can take our lives, regardless of how dysfunctional or traumatic our pasts may have been.
Being open-minded enough to check in with your mindset allows you the freedom to DECIDE who and what you want to become.
Today, it is my hope, that you do what you can to check in with your mindset, and especially when it comes to times in your life when you perceived a particular experience as a failure.
There was a time, I saw the ending of a friendship or a relationship as a huge failure until I began to accept that sometimes relationships change because the tone or the frequency of the agreements between people have changed.
I once saw myself as a failure as a mother because my children were the product of a divorce. All that changed when I began to see that through the divorce, I could offer my children so much more than I ever could while married to their father.
When my first book was rejected or ignored by over 100...