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Mental Health & Happiness Tip: I have found that literally opening myself up ~ standing taller with better posture, looking upwards, opening my hands, outstretching my arms ~ actually makes me FEEL BETTER! It helps my mood, my outlook, my mental health, and my physical health. A very common response to pain, trauma and depression […]Continue reading
The point is to make others not just feel good about themselves, but BETTER about themselves. The point is to LIFT others up, not tear them down. The point is to harvest a life full of LOVE, not judgment or hate. To inspire others, to encourage others, and to support others. To speak with kindness, […]Continue reading
Hey. If your mental health is struggling right now, that’s okay. You are valid, you are appreciated and loved, and what you feel matters. (Btw— you can always message me, if you want someone to talk to.)
2020 has been a real weird year. Our norms are not the normal right now. Just remember that as life goes through seasons, we also go through seasons. Some are longer or darker or harder than others. That is also okay.
Don’t give up. As with seasons, after the dark, there is always light again, and the sun always shines again. Remember that. 🙏🏻
Take each day at a time. Breathe. Allow yourself some space. You don’t have to figure it all out right now. It will all be okay… because you will be okay.
I feel as though something in me has broken open.
I don’t know if it’s my body beginning to heal, my sparkle coming back, an invitation from God to expand my perspective, or all of the above, but whatever it is, I can feel myself breaking open.
And it is invigorating.
This week, I found myself at the beach a lot.
As I strolled up and down my little section of the shore,
I listened to the sounds of the ocean.
I watched how the waves danced along the sand.
I followed the birds as they glided inches above the water, looking for fish.
I looked out to the sky and the clouds and the horizon ~ and somehow, it looked much bigger to me than ever before.
I’ve walked this beach many times before, but the expansiveness had never felt so profound.
And all at once, I was filled with peace, patience, goodness, purpose, wonder…
An assurance of my journey and a rush of faith now felt like a strong river flowing right through my heart.
And I became still. And submissive. And trustworthy.
I breathed it in, and it sort of felt like something in me had just… released.
After feeling so strange and almost flat for so long, once again, my insides filled with wonder.
Life began to feel open and wild and full of opportunities again.
Living with an open and spiritual heart has always been important to me, and I so check in with myself often to see if I’m where I belong.
And for the longest time, I felt different… sort of flat and closed off.
But I never stopped praying and visualizing and setting my intentions to become open once more.
And now, a door has swung open, and I am walking through it.
I feel connected. I feel stronger. I feel light.
And it feels so. good.
And with this, I say to you:
Do not lose hope. Keep setting intentions. Meditate. Pray.
Do whatever it is you do to keep your connection… and keep your perspective beyond just your own little world. It’s okay to fall into seasons where we retreat inward, but don’t get stuck there.
When we refocus our energy upward and outward, as opposed to downward and inward, that’s where the doors open.
That’s where resonance happens.
That’s where the magic lies.
Hey, you! Just popping in today to tell you that you are amazing and strong and resilient. ✨ Wherever you’re trying to get to, just know that you CAN (and will) get there. Even if it takes a few extra steps. Every step has a reason. ✨ Keep going, and keep your faith, in your journey and in yourself. You are doing a GREAT job. 👏
I am thankful and honored to have had Charlie Daniels speak out against bullying and show support for my anti-bullying program and the work I do through Nobody Has The Power To Ruin Your Day. Thank you Charlie, and thank you for sharing your great life and influence with all of us!