Self Study

I’ve been working on a concept in my own personal practice/self studies. The concept is a combination of many concepts because that seems to be how my brain works. It all comes back to this. Injuries from yoga (and I’d even put all movement activities in here) aren’t a badge of honor or a trophy […]

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The Art of Individuality

The art of individuality. Navigating these realms within myself is such a fulfilling adventure. Witnessing patterns, observing what causes old habits to resurface, and patiently acknowledging my triggers. This process is tricky terrain. At one point it threw me into a deep darkness for at least a week. But my inner guidance, intuition and Goddess […]

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Path to Love

I’m just going to cut right to it… Christian terminology triggers me. As soon as I hear the words “God” “Christ” “worship” even “church”… I get uncomfortable. I start to feel panicked and begin to shut down. I remember, many years ago, being so excited to share a spiritual book with my Grandpa, who was […]

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Trust Yourself

    I have spent a good amount of my life following others. I learn through observing and reading and repeating. So when I would see someone that’s perceived as beautiful, successful (or whatever it is that I was seeking), I would put that person on a pedestal. I had to be like this person […]

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What Feels Good?

Let’s change the conversation. It breaks my heart to hear “Oh, I’ll love myself when I’m thinner” and all the shame that comes with being softer. As if life will only be perfect and wonderful when your body is “perfect.” But here’s the kicker… It’s never perfect. Once those 10 pounds are gone, you find […]

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Hurry Up and Slow Down

  I’ve spent the past 6 months not writing much… not making many goals… not feeling any kind of creative spark. Creativity would greet me every once in a while, but I was caught up in upcoming change… and the stress that comes along with it. So I just didn’t give myself the space to […]

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Sensory Overload

Sensory overload. To be a light in times of darkness. To be a positive presence in times of pain, fear, anger, frustration… To feel so deeply that all the pain in the world stabs your heart, but you can’t ignore it. You can’t block it out or turn it off. You have to feel it…. […]

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