Winter Solstice is Shining the Light on Your Soul Freedom Path

Winter Solstice is Shining the Light on Your Soul Freedom Path

Happy Winter Solstice Angella, Today is a good time to reflect on the light and the shadow side of your business. What’s working? What isn’t working? What do you really want to shine the light on for 2014? More purpose, more money, more ideal clients? What about more easy and grace? More money with meaning? More clients who are amazing to work with? More travel and fun? Take a moment and set your intention of what you want. Write it down and use this technique: write it down in the present tense as if you already have it. If you write it down like this: I want a $100,000 business then you will have more WANTING. Write it like “I have a $100,000 business where I am living my true life’s calling.” Release what isn’t serving you anymore: self doubt, struggle, not following your intuition, etc. Rather than completely focusing on what you are releasing, I encourage you to focus on what you really want. When you focus on that, start taking action toward those things then guess what happens naturally and gracefully (if you allow it)? Anything that is not in alignment with that new desire will fall away. It will spin off. This spinning off process can actually be the reason why people sabotage what they want because getting what you want requires things to change. Often times, this is changing the relationships you have or relationships and conversations you’ve been tolerating. It changes who you are from the inside out. The real YOU emerges and unfolds and you will be amazed at what you see. Here’s...
The sometimes silent dream killer (two tiny words)

The sometimes silent dream killer (two tiny words)

I’ve been thinking a lot about how to have big dreams and not apologizing for it. If you’ve been on my list for a while, you may recall an article I wrote about the one phrase that women say that diminishes their dreams instantly. It’s not “I’m not enough,” or “I’m wrong,” or even “I’m right.” It’s “I’m sorry.” I’m not talking about when you legitimately mean it and you are apologizing, I mean when it prefaces simple questions like “I’m sorry, can you tell me the time.” “I’m sorry, I have a question about this item.” It’s as if we say “I’m sorry for taking up this much space in the world.” I’ve noticed that there are three primary areas where women apologize. It’s when they: 1. Ask for what they want. 2. Get what they want. 3. Want what they want. There was a time this year that I actually believed for a moment that I wanted too much. I doubted the reality of my dreams and guess what? I co-created the perfect experience with amazing teachers to feed those doubts. 2013 has been a big year of transformation for me; it’s been big for a lot of people. I’m sure you can relate too right Angella? Here is a very brief snapshot of my year: I’ve come out of the spiritual closet. I claimed my gift as an intuitive and Akashic Record reader. I changed my business model and more changes will be coming in 2014. (Can’t wait to share them with you!) I let go of a lot, including friendships, my made-up identity, and what...

Would you say yes? The most important talk I’ve ever given.

Will you say “Yes” when it really matters? Last week was a roller coaster of emotions. A close family friend passed away in a train accident last week; Larry person was a father figure to me. To say that I’ve been devastated is true along with also having some of the most surreal experiences that have activated my gratitude and purpose on the planet to a whole other level. I was asked to speak at Larry’s funeral. It changed me forever. As someone who loves words, how could I pair down Larry’s life and the impact he has had on me in ten minutes or less? Could I do this man justice by the words I share in front of his friends and family? Could I say something worthwhile to give an opening of peace to his wife and his three sons, whom I love dearly? As I stood there in the front of the room looking into a sea of people who were sad, heartbroken and quite frankly still trying to take in this sudden change in our lives, I learned that our words have a profound impact – more than we know. Larry is known for how he made people feel because he took such great interest in making people feel accepted and valued. He made his words count. Your message creates your legacy. Keeping our message to ourselves because of fear, or the false belief that no one will want to hear what we have to say, or whatever the excuse is, stops people from getting the next step they are looking for to create a...

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