A client of mine is a self admitted workaholic. She works all the time, weekends and late nights. She struggles with allowing herself to do things that she really enjoys and yearns to do. She is in a trap, caught in a cycle of 'doing' versus 'being'.
You can close the year 2015 gloriously happy. It is possible to feel great joy in these final days, if you commit to one important focus. I invite you to make these last 3 1/2 weeks of this year fantastic.
Feeling emotions that are real and 'clean' is honest, brave and authentic. I'm thinking about the following emotions for example, sadness, grief and fear. Resistance to those tough emotions come in a variety of forms including: anxiety, panic, blame, judgement and more.
When I first began working with one of my clients I was taken by her calm coolness. She impressed me and it was clear that she felt confident in her successful career and community but wanted a great love affair.
The thoughts we have in our head about our body and our weight dictates what we do and how we feel about it. If you think to yourself that you'll never loose the weight then you will always feel disappointed in yourself and your shape.
Prioritizing what deeply nourishes you is paramount to a rich life. These activities and relationships support your productivity, responsibility and appreciation for life. Joy breeds an energetic feeling of freedom and possibility
What you care most about deserves your attention. Your love affair should be one of them. If you live with someone, shared a love ceremony with them or decided to have children together, I encourage you to keep the magic alive.
A friend of mine sent this thoughtful quote to me a few months ago. It's a great reminder that in times of mild or great upset, we can learn to seek out and find the lesson or 'the light', in it. This is a truly radical act of self love.