Busy mind? Learn how to work with distracting thoughts

How to work with distracting thoughts…

Has this scenario happened to you? ​​​​​​​

You are going about your day and you notice you are on a negative thought train and you keep repeating it over and over again.

  • “I don’t like ……about my job.”
  • “I don’t like ……. about my body.
  • “My life just isn’t what I want it to be.”

As you stay on this negative thought train, you notice your body feeling tense, and your overall enjoyment of the day going down. Research shows that obsessive thoughts & rumination are associated with bing- eating, anxiety, depression, lack of self esteem, and greater irritability & restlessness.

Obsessing and ruminating about thoughts that are either in the past or the future will only lead you to feeling disempowered and frustrated. Why? Because all we have any control over is right here in this present moment.

The truth is that 70-80% of our thoughts are negative.… READ MORE...

You are worthy of love

Today is Valentines Day, a hallmark holiday in the United States, but celebrated all over the world. It is a celebration of love and affection. What the world needs right now is MORE love, generosity, and kindness.

In order to give love, generosity, and kindness with abandon and real sincerity, we need to recognize that we are worthy of love, generosity, and kindness first.

It is not selfish, but an essential to acknowledge your own worthiness. No one is every going to give you the love, care, affection, or acceptance that you need and want, when you need and want it. Soooo…you give it to yourself dear one.

Today, I want to share a small mantra and meditation that has been part of my daily practice for the last decade.

Are you ready…

​​​​​​​Self Love Meditation

Place a hand on your chest and one hand on your belly.
Close your eyes.…

Cultivate What You Want by Loving What You Have

Want to find contentment in the New Year? Look for ways to acknowledge what’s already working and pair it with intentions for the year ahead.

The concept of a new year can bring promise and sometimes a sense of not being content with what we have. Our mind is naturally inclined toward the negative and as a result we may focus on what needs to be fixed or what isn’t going well in our lives. We can bring an energy of discontentment into the New Year and with it a feeling of pressure. Have you ever heard yourself think, “This is the year that I have to…exercise more, meet the man/woman of my dreams, land that dream job, etc.”

The New Year is an opportunity to grow and develop new qualities that will more closely align with the kind of person we want to be and the life we want to be living.… READ MORE...