Tag: pushing past fear

Using Your Doubt to Strengthen Your Trust

We often see doubt as somehow failing ourselves or not being strong enough, etc. Shifting our awareness of Doubt, we begin to recognize that each time we truly embrace it, move through it, sit with it, love it as part of our journey… then we build more trust from within ourselves, for ourselves. We strengthen

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California: Day 3 — Downtime, Lunch With A View and Lessons in Trust

One way I epically failed in my recent relationship was in the realm of trust. I’m never afraid to admit when I show up in ways I wish I had not. There’s also no real reason to beat myself up over what I consider failing. First and foremost I failed myself and that’s part of

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The Dating Chronicles: California Dreaming — Day 1, planes, texts, wine, 50-Shades guy, and returning to Self

The Dating Chronicles often contain some foul language, sexual content, pushing boundaries and very open-minded thinking. Read on if you are aware of this and are not judging my perspective, lifestyle or general musings. We are all on our own journey. I share my thoughts and experience with those who may benefit or become inspired to find their own magic. I post this disclaimer because I understand that’s not for everyone… therefor if you are already offended, stop here. If you are intrigued… read on! I wish you luck in finding yourSelf, your inner magic and fun while dating.

The Dating Chronicles: Letting Go Of Lost Love

Moving on from lost love can be one of the most difficult times in life. We truly go through all the stages of grief and I highly recommend you allow yourself to grieve. Any loss, even if it’s not a death, is worth taking the time to allow yourself the process of grieving. It’s in

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Get On That Plane and FLY! 

When’s the last time you’ve been on a plane? Road trip? Backpacking? Outside??? A sure-fire way to find your inner magick is to get out of your normal surroundings. Even if it’s as simple as driving a different way to work. Seriously. It’s called a pattern-interrupt. Something you often hear in association with a meditation

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