let go for maximum benefits

Let go of the fear of managing how everything will turn out ever-and particularly as a condition of ever even beginning. The gifts available in trusting life’s magic are always worth more than the temporary comforts of believing you’re in control.

let’s get real

Is there one amongst us who doesn’t lament, “There’s not enough time”?!

Even if you manage to wrestle your ego out of the busybody group think, conscious movers and shakers always have more they want to do, discover, create and love. It’s so easy to feel overwhelmed by limited hours and energy in each day. However, when we catch ourselves speaking like this, we know that we are giving our power away.

Taking responsibility for time by framing it as priorities vs availability can feel a little harsh, but it’s honestly one of the most empowering ways to break old habits and assumptions and motivate ourselves to really take charge of what matters.

Lives aren’t created at the end, when all the things are done. And our legacies shouldn’t exclusively be made up of the moments when we took “time off”. Lives are built minute by minute, every single hour of every single day. It’s always worth stepping back to see if we are inspired, proud and in alignment with what we’re building.

your real super power

You don’t get to choose all the things in life, but you and ONLY you get to decide if they will define or liberate you.

disingenuous push vs divine pull

Fear vs. Intuition: How do you tell the difference?  Once you start to turn inward for your truth and direction, inevitably there’s the task of discerning between the narration of your fear-based ego and the divine wisdom of your intuition.


There are a few ways to tell them apart, one of which is paying attention to how the message is delivered.  Fear is the chatty-cathy voice in your head carrying on and on and on.  It will rarely stop talking without your conscious intervention as it presents the arguments for its position in a repeating loop, persistently trying to compel you into doing (or not doing) something.

In order to hear intuition you have to get quiet.  Usually its insight is concise and to the point—on average using only a few words or a sentence or two at most.  Intuition doesn’t feel like it’s trying to sell you on something, rather it’s simply connecting you to what feels like your own inherent knowing.

You can make room for accessing intuition more readily through the process of meditation, which is largely the practice of not being so attached to all the noisy chatter in your head.  You can also access it by simply sitting still, taking a deep breath and asking your highest consciousness, heart, god, whatever resonates with you: “What is my loving truth right now?”

Fear generally motivates more talking, more seeking information outside of yourself, and more restlessness and agitation.  Whereas guidance from your intuition will only feel surprising or uncomfortable if it requires you to consider or do things that are outside of what you currently allow yourself.  When you connect with intuition there won’t be any confusion about what the most authentic you would choose, it will only be a question of whether you’re going to take action in alignment with your soul rather than try to take refuge in the mandates of your ego.

with abandon

This is what holds us back.  This is what keeps us from growing and adventuring, trapping us in playing small: the instinctive feeling that we need to grasp tighter, hold back, bound ourselves up in limiting ideas and identities.  Our fear-based egos keep us terrified of investing ourselves and our energies in anything not “safe” or guaranteed to “work”, which means that more often than not we do virtually nothing new at all.


Yet, nature gives us the opposite teachings.  Nature consistently demonstrates that it’s only in spreading energy in all kinds of places, in all kinds of ways, with no attachment to any one seed in particular that energy and life is regenerated and growth actually can happen.