Building Resilience


How often do you let your phone’s battery die? 
Personally, I never let my phone die. I plug it in on my way to work, keep a charger at hand and I make sure the battery never gets too low.
I’m sure you do the same, we all do!
Now, let me ask you this other question:
How often do you charge your inner battery...? 
Resilience, as defined by the Heart Math Institute, is the capacity to prepare for, recover from and adapt to stress, challenge or adversity.
And you are a resilient being, but resilience is a quality of your heart , so if your inner battery is not charged, you’re depleted.
That is why sometimes it is so hard to respond to life with the wisdom that you know that you have.
So what can you do daily to keep your inner battery charged?
❤️ Connect to your heart
🍉 Be mindful of what you eat
⛔ Set healthy boundaries
🌳 Go out in nature
😴 Take time to rest
🏃 Move your body

Grounding Yourself

 "We're in this world, but we’re not of this world."


The first time I heard this from my beloved teacher Michael B Beckwith I didn’t understand what it meant. Now that I do, and I can tell you it is a very profound truth about our existence.


"We're in this world, but we’re not of this world."


What this means is that you are an eternal being.


We are an intangible spark of light that was never born, and will never die.


The beautiful, expansive energy that we are, comes into this world, collapses into a human body and that is how we begin the journey of the human experience. The adventure called life.


But as we reach a certain age we fall out of grace. We slowly grow into the realization that life can be like a bumpy road and so we forget that we are eternal beings. 


We start living as if we are from this world, this world of matter is all there is.


Things can get overwhelming. We can feel powerless...



You are about to get access to an incredible heart meditation. Thank you so much for trusting my guidance.