1. Aligning with the work you’re meant to do, the person you’re here to be and work the world needs for healing. In this way, it’s about healing the collective and not just signing up for a salary, a quick fix or making it all about your own personal gain, fears or needs.
We’re in the final phase of completing part of the upstairs renovation within our home and it’s been so fun. We still have lots of work to do as we go around and intentionally upgrade our space to match our personalities and what we truly desire during this next season of our life: minimalism, a calm home that feels spacious and free and light and creative, and a healthy home to raise our girls in.
As we’ve built out a wildly successful business over the past few years our teaching has shifted. We know we’re here to help people achieve big yes, but to do so with soul and grace. In alignment with God/their inner teacher/your higher self, whatever word resonates for you there.
Every year we clean out and detox a few areas that feel heavy. That good old kitchen junk drawer, closets that need a refresh, old toys that we can donate. Always, always aim to make space for the new and fresh.
Experts say that those who have a clean car and a clean home minus any junk, clutter or trinkets actually have a clearer headspace.
There are many teachers of this concept today and for many people it’s not new because so many great men and women have gone first, writing books, and doing beautiful work behind the scenes in this field. They’ve paved the way so to speak. (Teachers like Marianne Williamson and Gabrielle Bernstein for example. Even modern day preachers and ministers are doing such a great job at bringing forth this message to the masses in a way that isn't so scary. Some of my favs: Joel Olsteen and Bishop TD Jakes).
Story time! A few years ago I left a stressful job that was robbing my soul. I may look happy on the outside here, but my insides were screaming at me. I know so many people have a cliche story like that, but how much truth lies within those key cornerstone moments? The one’s where you decide that you’re worthy of something greater.