Detachment is hard on your heart — and it actually creates blocks to what you want. Non-attachment, on the other hand, is actually nourishing, and much easier to put into practice.
Give it your all. Give it away. Your desires are being held in the hand of the cosmos with incredibly sturdy care. Life is not testing you. She is rooting for you.
What an Appy Birthday for me last month: Seeing the light choice as the right choice, unlocking the password for Beloved and an Appy #Truthbomb Breakthrough! May Roundup.
Appy Birthday to me! The #Truthbomb App launches today. Candles! Champagne! Truth! I know. #Truthbombs would make a great app. Easy breezy on your phone. Where dat app at? Finally! Here she is! The #Truthbomb App features: 1.300+ of my choicest #Truthbombs, 2. It’s an...
My most-read posts EVER happened last month: The apple experiment, calling back your power and morning rituals. April Roundup.
Soul Truth Declarations -- yours for the declaring. Take what you want. Leave the rest. Stretch to believe if it feels good to do so. My true nature is luminous. I have everything that I need in this moment to move to the next moment. Absolutely everything is...
It’s hard enough to make your way in a world where you will be judged, daily. To overcome the intentional punishments inflicted by dark mongers; to find the right concoction for emotional wounds; and to rise from the simply deep heartache of not getting what you want — it’s anything but easy.
Swallowing your words, paying rent in hell, and maintaining appearances. Why we make (unhealthy) compromises.
There are two kinds of compromise: the kind that heals you by expanding you — it’s the healthy kind that stems from real love and grace. And because it usually brings some delight with it, then doesn’t feel much like a compromise after all. And then there’s the kind of compromise that bruises your soul…
Small things. Teeny tiny gentle things. Just one small analogue choice a week can silence, soothe, and interrupt patterns that need positive interruptions. You can do it. You must.
“You know gentlemen,” Miten said as he strummed his guitar, “I think this lyric speaks to the masculine, to the heart of our sexuality. It’s what we’re here to give the world, you know. So it’s a bit radical, but would all the men in the audience please stand up.” Silence. All the men in the concert hall rise. The women started looking around, behind our seats, next to us, taking it in, softly smiling, nodding to each other, like, “Well THIS should be interesting.” …
It takes a village. And Throat Coat Tea. And velcro rollers. And producers who listen with their heart and soul. And so began my journey with Sounds True Publishing to bring The Desire Map book to bookstores and to create a new series of audio programs.
In November we got real clear on the messiness of affirmations, the guilt we feel towards our dreams, and the promising liberation of the forthcoming Desire Map program.
Leaves are falling and it’s time for a letter. I’m in that creative place where the lion’s share of my new work is done, but there’s still much to do. Metaphorically speaking, it’s like the baby could come at anytime, but there’s still the LABOUR about to happen.
October 2012 Roundup: Brewing with the art of “ease,” the divinity of procrastination, and the essential of sincerity in communication…
September was a month made for cleaning slates, getting centered on our worth and the big unveiling of my new “Desire” program.
August 2012 Roundup: Quotes, karma and the Q’s to ask before dropping the big bucks.
Groove-gasmic music, magazine covers you want to lick, and MoreLoveLetters.com… My latest “I’m Loving” list for you.
Inspiration hunters, Circle of Fire launch, and blaming your parents (don’t do it anymore): The July Roundup
July 2012 Roundup: We wiped out threats to creativity, faced the fear driven questions and helped Malawian girls stay in school.
November 2011 Roundup: A young entrepreneur, clutching a mic. A room full of affluence, cameras, bright lights. Thirty seconds to convince one of the wealthiest moguls on earth to give her a meeting.
Ready for some primal wisdom? Even destiny has an expiry date. And if you’ve spent an eternity trying to wish, hammer, hope, push and ploy things into form, maybe it’s time to point your dream in another direction.
March 2011 Roundup: Dusty (and happy) from a sojourn to my Southwestern stomping grounds. Allowing the sacred hot-tubbing time to alchemize cynicism into shrewdness.
January 2011 Roundup: Entrepreneurial fire-starting wtih Jonathan Fields, chatting with New York Times Bestseller Kris Carr and my top 20 personal money practices.
Kris and I jammed on wellness, love, and kale. Watch til the end and you’ll hear how I’ve used Crazy Sexy Diet to get my own glow on (and what I think of Dr. Oz, hint: oo la la.)
What do you think you’re entitled to? Believing in your implicit worth liberates you to create more value for the world you serve.
November 2010 Roundup: 30 days of grandiose gifts. And the champagne is still flowing.
October 2010 Roundup: There’s pain all around us. It’s tempting to fret, pace, yank your hair and worry yourself into the ground. But it’s not pro-active. So refuse to do it.
August 2010 Roundup: depression vs. sadness: the power of mincing words. Sadness strips you raw. Depression muffles and muddles.
Illusion-nuking-initiation-heat. Phoenix fire licking my soul. Cleansed to naked. Clothed by loved ones.
Mark Kelley, from CBC, and I talk about “stop doing lists.”
It is easy to understand how you would come to the conclusion that your path to feeling good is through influencing or controlling the behavior of others. But…
His mind is like a kaleidoscope of solutions and problems and questions.
There are many who see honesty as a noble goal within business or personal relationships. Though I think honesty captures the passive and reactive components to the open exchange of ideas, authenticity extends the responsibility to be a proactive representation of your true self. Where honesty has an on/off switch, the ethical center of authenticity requires it to be always on.