A beginner's mindset can create miracles in your life

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If right now you are in a moment in your life where there's a lot of uncertainty, anxiety, or overwhelm, I have something for you.


Reverend Michael Beckwith says:

“When you stand and throw your hands up in the air and say ‘I don't know’, you are in a space of power.”


I believe that being open to learning, and having what I call a beginner's mindset, can create miracles in your life. 

So my invitation for you is to adopt a beginner's mindset with these three steps:


1. Spark your curiosity

It is through curiosity that you can tap into new teachings, ideas and possibilities. Leave worry aside and let curiosity take its place.

Ask yourself things like…

How can this work for me?

What can I learn?

How can I grow? 

Become the student of life. Learn as if you never knew anything.


2. Be gentle with yourself

It's so easy to be judgmental of ourselves, of our own unfoldment and of the things we do....


Three questions to ignite your soul's desires

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Do you want to connect with your soul on a deeper level? Is this part of your new year's intentions, but you don't know how to begin?

If you're thinking… Yes, that's me! Keep on reading, I have something for you.

Questions are one of my favorite things. I know it may sound a bit weird but questions, when they are of high vibration, can ignite our soul's desires. They can launch us into dreaming without limitations.

A few days ago a dear client asked me, how can I have more constructive conversations with people? And I said, ask high quality questions.

If you want to have more powerful conversations, to gain clarity about what you want in life, and to deepen your connection to your soul, ask yourself these 3 questions.


1. Without limitations, what do you want in your life?

We are so used to playing small, to seeing the circumstances and the facts and using all that against us. But how about you give yourself permission to play with the idea...


How to Look at Chaos & Crisis with a Different Lens.

Barbara Marx said:

“Crisis is an evolutionary driver. Before something new happens the system totally breaks down, and that breakdown is a signal that is allowing something new to breakthrough. If you have evolutionary eyes, you notice that things are breaking through all at once. If we say yes to breaking through, we will find ourselves in the next state of our evolution.”

If you've ever felt like something or everything, is breaking down in your life, that's a clear indicator that something new is trying to emerge. And although this is a synonym of growth, the chaos and crisis it generates put us in survival mode, and that can be very unsettling, even painful. 

So how can we confront chaos and crisis so it doesn't feel like we're merely trying to survive?

By looking at it from a different lens.

I had a beautiful conversation with some very resilient and inspiring people who shared their insights on exactly how to look at chaos and crisis from a different...



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