Happy New Year, Decade, January!
Holy cannoli-if you’re ready for a breakthrough, banner year, 2020 is your time.
It is such an honor to be in your inbox-and my intent is to provide high octane, top-notch quality content this year to help you transform your relationships, starting with the one you have with the Goddess in the mirror 🙂
If you’re new to my world, welcome!
Every first week of the month, I love to share a monthly Goddess oracle card forecast!
How it works:
I pull a card for each day of the week and I highly recommend you grab a sheet of paper and pen to pause the video on each card, asking, “What could this card mean for me?”
If you’ve been in my community for awhile, you know I always encourage you to trust your intuition and develop that muscle to tap into your own Truth.
In this video, you’ll learn:
the overall theme of 2020 and a week by week intuitive nudge
what the big deal is about January 12
how you can plan ahead and create empowered relationships, no matter what the energetic ‘weather.’
Watch it here:
ps: Happy New Decade gift: Many of my private clients and friends consider themselves to be empaths, or those who have a heightened sensitivity and gift for feeling other people’s emotions, among other things. Is this you too?
If you are an empath, you tend to attract ‘takers’ in relationships and that’s the last thing I want for you in this brilliant new energy! Learning how to manage this gift is crucial so…
I created a free list for you! It’s called, the ’21 Best Practices for Empaths.’
Download it for free right here
Here’s to new beginnings!
Merry Xmas and Happy New Moon Eclipse to you!
Wow-it feels so special to be writing you on this double-whammy high-octane energy day.
What are you up to this Xmas?
I’ve spent Xmases single and sad, alone and ecstatic, coupled and wanting to be alone and coupled and blissfully together! I find that this day can be very magical or very annoying depending on your perspective!
So often in the last few days of the year, it can be really easy to just gloss over things and focus on the upcoming New Year.
Which, don’t get me wrong-2020 is going to blow all our socks off in a great way (more on that in next week’s video) …
But it’s so important to sink in and spend a bit of time honoring and reflecting upon the year.
So you don’t make the same mistakes twice.
Or forget to honor and celebrate all the amazing shifts and wins and lessons you experienced so you can take that wisdom with you!
Can I help you finish out the year?
Block off 15-30 minutes for yourself.
Slip into something cozy and comfy.
And grab a journal and pen.
To make it easy, here are 4 of my favorite sentence stems to journal on before the bell strikes 12 midnight on Dec 31 wherever you are in the world.
1. What I’m most proud of from 2019 is….
2. One big thing I released from my life was…
3. My biggest challenge was…
4. What I’m most committed to and excited about creating for 2020 is…
1. Let yourself flow-don’t edit as you go (I’m so guilty of that!). Just allow your feelings to come out.
2. Clear distractions-turn off your phone and do this away from FB and social…seriously. You are that important.
3. Celebrate when you’re done! Blow out a candle, dance to Lizzo, make a meal for yourself.
These 4 prompts can help you gracefully wrap up 2019 so you can float freely and lightly into 2020 and all its amazingness!
It’s been such an honor to share these weekly musings with you.
BONUS: If you feel guided, hit reply and share with me one thing that you’ve taken away from these tips. I love reading these!
I am psyched to continue to connect with you and help you be your most empowered, sparkly self so you can receive all the LOVE that wants to come your way!
Over and out, with lots of Goddess sequins and cue my exit music please <<<big band 20’s music will do just fine>>>.
See you next year!
Happy Full Moon week!
How are you feeling?
Yesterday, I visited this cool ghost town in Arizona called Jerome with my honey and he wanted to check out the tasting room from the vineyard of Tool’s lead singer, Maynard. (All he had to say was wine and I was like…okay! Is there chocolate too??)
It’s a sleepy, creepy kinda town, with houses that look like they are going to fall off the cliff…skeletons hugging the sign of Haunted Hamburger joint and if you gaze up, you can see the Grand Hotel and Asylum cafe high on the hill, where you can take in the scenery of the mountains, the former mine and this quirky little place.
I felt like I went back in time and on the drive back, I reflected on what it must have been like to live there in its Gold mine heyday…and how it all came crashing down in the 1950’s and was basically left deserted when the mine dried up. Only to be reborn again when artists and hippies came to revive it a decade later.
It got me thinking a lot about this year-things that panned out for you.
Things that fell spectacularly apart.
Maybe even things that never even got off the ground but died in the idea phase.
Friendships that you outgrew.
Relationships that deepened…or dead-ended.
The theme of this week is “illumination.”
Full Moons bring up insights, illuminating the things you’ve been avoiding, the things that are really important to you and all the emotions that accompany both of those awarenesses.
And with the awareness, comes letting go.
But what I’ve found in coaching hundreds of people and in my own personal experience is that letting go starts with one thing:
Acceptance of what is. Acceptance of how you are feeling. Acceptance that something is being asked to deepen or die.
Until we accept it, the letting go can’t happen.
It maybe can mentally but not a full-body let go.
And letting go is not a destination.
It’s an on-going decision to stop fighting what IS.
Like Jerome-it used to be this booming gold mine town…then it was deserted for a long time…then it was reborn and is now a booming little town rich with artists, wine, haunted hotels and tours and who knows what it will reinvent itself to be in the next century.
So during this Full Moon week, I encourage you to journal and look at the following:
1) What is being asked to deepen?
2) What is naturally falling away?
3) What do I need to accept about XYZ situation?
Get a cup of your favorite beverage.
And I’ll see you on the other side.