Featured Posts

Words Can Crush

Pottery

Hi and Welcome Back to the Art of Onward! I'm so happy and grateful you are here. I pray that, via these posts, my journey insights, and my telling of them, is of service to you as you travel your path.

During one of my client coaching sessions this past week, my heart was filled with such joy to hear that her healing journey is now allowing new friendships in to her life. You see, when we begin to take the reigns on the inner voices we accept throughout the days, and we begin to re-establish our worth from the inside as opposed to exterior influences, a beautiful change begins to occur. Not only do we feel it, as this confidence grows exponentially, but the world around us does as well.

Like pottery, our subconscious is crafted by the words we receive. And we choose their message.

As we open our hearts to ourselves, we also open our lives to new high quality friendships.

Click To Tweet

Tweet

If you're just beginning your healing journey, please know my heart goes out to you and I'm sorry you have been hurt. This world can be crushing, and the ones we love and trust the most can also be the best positioned to hurt us deeply.

If you are experiencing the first shocks after a trauma, please remember this is your time, and you can take as much as you like. There is no rushing the process of recovery, so feel my love and even more so, the love of the Divine, surrounding you this very moment and holding you safe in just the right way.

Please feel free to contact me directly, if you feel alone, isolated, or if it feels like all that is good has turned its back on you.

It has not. You are loved always. Forever.

A few of my favourite healing moments included in a number of posts earlier on in this blog sequence, are:

*walk barefoot in the grass outside

(the earth actually pulls negative ions out via your bare feet, so it not only feels good and grounding, it is also physically healing)

*breathe

(this is harder to do than it sounds. Stay with me for a moment and breathe in, counting to 8 in your mind, hold your breath for 4, then exhale slowly through your mouth while counting to 8 again) Repeat this when anxiety strikes, repeat this when you feel like you can&#