As women, we live our spirituality through our bodies, through opening to the sacred nature of our bodies. All experience in these bodies is sacred. All of it.
All those things you have to do. The ideas. The projects. The “somedays”. The “shoulds”. The dreams. The desires. The next steps. They might look organized on the outside, corralled into friendly lists and post-it notes and dreamboards. But look closer, and it’s a cranky ocean of overwhelm.
Speaking of Dani, she sent out an open invitation to join her new program – and it’s absolutely free. It’s called Changemakers and it looks all sorts of rad!
And now my body is starting to shift. It feels like love. It feels amazing to be losing weight that doesn’t belong, but without any sort of ‘rules.’ Just following what feels really good to my body.
Wanna see how Jamie gets through her to-do list? Click, click.
Tanya’s spouting wisdom: When next you meet someone and find yourself reciting the “it’s easy for them” story, take pause. You don’t know what their fight has been. What demons they’ve wrestled to show up. Which parts have been shut down so that others may thrive. No. You don’t know. No one really does.
Ellie Di’s sharing 3 tactics for rocking the shit out of your projects.
Pssst. It’s not too late to join Liz and Kelly’s Studio Sessions.
Self-care for the Soul covers three of my favorite self-care practices: getting grounded in the basics; affirmations, intentions and gratitudes, and unplugging.
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