Breathe in - whatever it is you want to release breathe it in. Count it in 1, 2, 3, 4. Hold it - feel it, in every cell in your body. Count it 1, 2, 3, 4. Breathe out - release it all. Count it out 1, 2, 3, 4. Repeat until your Body tells you it's completed.
Pursue YOUR passion. Follow what's fun for YOU - no matter what that is. Have adventures in Self-love and then to do more of that. Do more of what turns you on, more of what makes you feel delicious, more of what raises your vibration. LOVE. YOU. FIRST.
How many of us are walking around with low-grade anger? How many of us are at maintenance-level anger? How many of us are quietly seething throughout the day? It’s hard, in fact I would say it’s almost impossible to feel pure pleasure and joy when we’re dealing with long-term anger. Fun with our partner can hardly be on the top of our “I want to” list when we’re still angry about something that happened last year, last week, last night - even in the
Jellyfish is one of my Spirit Animals, I feel this is relevant to so many of us in this moment 💙💚💙 I found this fabulous article and just had to share it:http://www.spirit-animals.com/jellyfish/
42 questions for 42 days One of the most powerful tools I know of is to live in the question rather than living in conclusion 💙💚💙 So for 42 days I will email you a question for you to look at your life through. I don't have a subscriber list nor am I currently building one so there's no chance of you being spammed. This is purely a gift from me to you for no other reason than simply for you to see just how much you can expand your life with one simple ...
I am on a mission to guide people to their highest selves, to love themselves so totally that they are always in a state of bliss (yes I do believe this is possible). I want people to follow the fun and joy which will then lead to having everything that they actually want. I plan on always bringing more to my life and the lives of others than I did the day before. To leave everything and everyone in a better/higher state than before I came. Do
I'm tired of hearing how we need to embrace the darkness within. We've been drawn to the darkness since the dawn of time. We've romanticised it, glamourised it, celebrated it. The tormented artist, the misunderstood movie star, the depressed and suicidal writer - these have been our heroes for centuries now. We've linked creativity to suffering. We've accepted bad behaviour based on someone's insecurities. We've aspired and bought into the whole conc
What if we focus on fun and pleasure?