End your suffering in relationships and say hello to divine love!

Let’s talk about your next year!

It is said that 2018 is going to be a transitional year, and for those of you who have gone through or seen “transition” in child birth you know that this part is the most uncomfortable. It’s the moment right before you meet your baby, so there is a lot of tension building and you are being stretched beyond what you thought was possible. 2018 is the year of the earth dog in Chinese Astrology, and so wherever your loyalties lie all will be highlighted. If you are loyal to your limiting beliefs and the patterns that hold you back from living your dreams this will be heightened. If you are loyal to creating new habits, pathways or practices that will lead you to the life you have always dreamed of that will be heightened.

So what does it mean to be loyal? There is a sense of commitment involved in being loyal. What are you committed to? What are you aligned with? How is your current life picture congruent with your goals? How is it not? These are some questions for you to reflect upon as you approach the coming year and all the intense power that comes with it.

You make a choice each day to commit to your self, your dreams, your light, your relationships, and your connection to spirit. Some days it’s easier to make that choice than others, but each day you consciously make a choice to align with your vision it gets easier, it gets more engrained in you, and new patterns/habits form.

When I teach yoga or chi gong, I always say that everything you do is a practice, whether you are practicing contentment and equanimity or stress and dissatisfaction you are in a state of practice. This is how habits form, and when you bring your awareness to the habits you are forming you have the power to make massive changes in your life!

In honor of you living out a life that is beyond your wildest dreams I am giving you three of the most potent tools that will change your patterns and the outcome of your future, because our world needs you to be living your dreams and shining your biggest and brightest light this year!

I talk to women all the time who say they keep attracting the same “type” of partner, and even though there is a little voice in the back of their head that is telling them, “Not a match!” they proceed with the relationship anyway.

Why?

It has to do with something called a samskara, which is essentially an imprint or pattern that develops from a previous experience. This imprint may or may not cause you suffering, but it could be holding you back from living out your wildest dreams. Some call these samskara’s limiting beliefs but I like to refer to them as “patterns” or “habits,” because it is possible to change a habit and patterns can be altered to create completely new standards.

If you or someone you know is suffering from the vicious cycle of attracting the same problems, relationship after relationship, I am here to tell you IT CAN END! You have the power to put a stop to this madness and it boils down to seven principles, of which I will give you three of the most potent.

I teach these seven principles so much more in depth during the Sacred Sensuality Series; which is designed to open your heart to a deep and fulfilling relationship that will last! My clients learn how to attract their partner, stay with them and stay happy with them. Some of my clients are already married or committed to their mate, but they are no longer happy or want to reconnect; so they join the Sacred Sensuality Series, which guides them back to the joy and celebration of love!

So what are the three most important principles you ask?

Sacred Choice

You always have a choice to give that “same ‘ol type” your phone number after meeting them intuitively knowing that they will not be a good match for you, or you can choose to not give them your number. The fact that you are attracting that “type” again and again is something much deeper, which I work with women on as they go through the deep transformation that the Sacred Sensuality Series provides. At the end of the 9-month journey my clients take, they no longer struggle with the choice to give their number to a tempting but wrong fit for them, because they are no longer attracting that type of partner. They have cleared the magnet inside of them that kept attracting that “type” and now they are shocked at who is magnetizing to them! It’s so fun!

Sacred Pause

This powerful tool is so simple yet so profound! All you have to do is give yourself and the people around you a signal that you need a moment to pause. It is a gift that allows you to recalibrate to your truth. There will be times when you don’t know what your truth is and so the pause might be a few days, but if it you need a moment to figure out how to speak your truth, your pause could be a few minutes. You can use the Sacred Pause for anything, whether with partners, kids, or colleagues. You will know you need to use it when you are having an intuition, a feeling in the pit of your stomach or a tugging at the back of your mind. You can also use it if you are feeling overwhelmed, as it gives you the space you need to take a deep breath, feel your feet on the ground and get clear on how to move from point A to point B. One of my favorite times to use it is when I am in the presence of sheer genius or radiant beauty.

Mutual Support

This is one of the most beautiful ways to coexist in a relationship. You’d probably agree that when two people feel like they are getting the better end of the stick they will stay with the relationship, whereas if they feel like they are giving more than they are receiving (or not being able to give what they love to give) they are eventually going to drop the stick. This is where the practice of mutual support comes in. In all your relationships, intimate and otherwise, you want to be able to lean against each other equally so that you are both upright and feel in balance. Will there be times when one needs more support than the other? Of course there will, that is normal. You will know that you have surpassed what is “normal” for you when you start to feel resentful about being the one who is doing most of the giving. If you have the same thought, “I am tired of being the one doing all the work here,” more than three times then you are not in mutual support. Don’t worry, all is not lost, this can be remedied, and it is not difficult. It just takes diligence, and you will want to employ the Sacred Pause and the Sacred Choice to get yourself there.