Every time I complete a teaching session, particularly during this season, I contemplate what I should release and what I should create space for. In my life, I refer to this as "letting go to receive."
This deliberate act of shedding allows me to clear space so that I can genuinely assess what aligns with my path and what doesn't.
Continuously, I'm in the process of seeking harmony in my life, focusing on discerning what's meant for me and what isn't.
When I peel back the layers of this healing work, at its core, "letting go to receive" underscores the cyclical nature of life and the significance of peace and flow in my personal growth and transformation.
When I embrace the concept of letting go with honesty rather than criticism, I gain insight into the intricacies of my healing journey.
Taking inventory to determine what should remain and what should be discarded is profoundly transformative, albeit undeniably challenging.
Despite the difficulties that may arise, I cherish Autumn because it serves as a reminder that even amidst change and decline, beauty can endure.
The trees become my teachers during this time of year. As they release their fiery leaves, I'm prompted to shed my own layers, beliefs, and habits that no longer serve my highest or truest self.
"I simply want to live an expressive and fulfilling life.
Many of us have abandoned our souls, lost our guidance from nature and destroyed our earth and the connection to OUR TRIBE.
I want to release some of my opinions and awareness on these tragedies and reveal how we can restore the health of our ecosystem through soulful expression...