Today, I’m going to debunk the 5 most common myths I hear about meditation. (And hopefully help you realize you can do it too!)
Living your truth is how strong communities are built. And your fullest expression of that inner world is what we’re all here to witness. It doesn’t have to happen quickly or on anyone else’s watch, but it’s the inevitable outcome of staying aware of the bigger picture while recognizing your individual impact.
Instead of rashly quitting, I made a plan to transition to something that nourished my soul. My dream of running my own business and working as a yoga teacher full-time. So, I journaled about what it would feel like to have full control over my own schedule, and to have agency over the work I pursued.
Who am I and how do I want to be seen? These are important questions. How we’re seen by someone else is the impression we leave them with. And impressions are really personal values. What I value will change how someone views me; how I'm seen by others. When we know what we value we know how we want to show up.
Self-care is trendy right now. You’ll likely see the word attached to bath oils, spa treatments, wine... And that’s all fine, but my issue is that this commodification of self-care means that people have started to believe that self-care is something you buy. Guess what? It isn’t!

“Change can be so constant you don’t even feel the difference until there is one. It can be so slow that you don’t even notice that your life is better or worse, until it is. Or it can just blow you away, make you something different in an instant.” – Life

Here are three ways to reframe your relationship with change. Who knows, maybe you’ll even make friends with it! 

Do you often catch yourself obsessing over details around a decision to the point where you feel overwhelmed and paralyzed by the process? Imagine what it would feel like to be free from that possibility. That need or reflex.
Take Brittany, who graduated from my 200-hour YTT a few years ago. It took a lot of time and persuasion from those around her to take the leap and sign up for yoga teacher training. Here’s how she got the courage to make the leap.