health and wellness

Manifesting 101

The beginning of the year is a great time to hit the reset button and get clear about what you want to manifest for the upcoming year.

To start, think about all the areas in your life where you would like to see a change. I tend to focus on personal growth, career, relationships, spirituality, health and wellness, animals, financial goals and healing the planet.

Write down what you want to manifest. Be specific. Once you are clear about what you want, you will be able to take steps to make it make it happen.

Visualize and imagine that what you want has already happened. Tune into how good it feels. If you can see it, you can make it happen.

Don’t let anything come between you and what you want to manifest. For example, I often hear “I can't do this because I don't have the money", or “I can’t take that first step because I don’t have enough experience”.  It's amazing how opportunities open up once you take the first step and commit to your new endeavor.

Begin to cultivate a deeper connection with yourself through meditation. This is when you can relax and trust that you are working in tandem with Universal Energy. Also, meditation is a fertile space where inspiration and new ideas will reveal themselves.

When inspiration hits, act on it! Manifesting is a partnership with the Universe. When you don’t act on an opportunity that comes directly from Universal Energy, you will lose steam.

Finally, as you look at everything that you want to manifest in 2018, learn how to stay positive. The energy that you generate by staying positive brings more lightness to your life. You will notice more and more positive things happening as a result of your positivity.

Let's be adventurous and fearless this year! Let's put ourselves out there and manifest all the things that we have only been dreaming about!

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HELLO 2016!

I always love the beginning of the year! For me, it's a wonderful opportunity to hit the reset button and start fresh.

It's a great time to look at the upcoming year and identify all of the positive changes you want to make.

To start, think about all the areas in your life and come up with goals that will help you expand in each area.

I tend to focus on personal growth, career, relationships, spirituality, health and prosperity.

For example, a personal growth goal could be to work on your emotional state and to focus on being more grounded.

A career goal might be to find new ways to put yourself out there by getting a new job, taking a class or by starting that business you always dreamed of.

A relationship goal might be to work on the state of your current relationship so that you can discover new and deeper ways to communicate and be open.

A spiritual goal could be to begin a consistent meditation practice so that you can be more calm and centered.

A prosperity goal might be to make a budget so you can save money.

A health goal might include reducing your stress level by letting go of minor annoyances.

It helps to write your goals down. This way they become concrete and anchored in reality, especially once the initial thrill has worn off and you encounter your first obstacle.

It can be helpful to set a time frame to accomplish your goals and to think about additional resources you might need to help get you there.

As you look at your goals for 2016, part of your journey might be to change certain beliefs about yourself. You might have a belief that you are too busy to meditate every day or to nurture your spiritual well-being.

Get creative, especially when it comes to money. I can't tell you how often I hear “I can't do this because I don't have the money.” It's amazing how opportunities open up once you commit to your endeavor.

Let's be adventurous and fearless this year! Let's put ourselves out there and do what we've been dreaming about!