My number one place to be and the reason I’m here on this planet besides serving humanity is being a mom – it’s such an honor. My kids are my soul family!
My family has been going through challenges the past few weeks, navigating Sasha’s illness. I believe it’s my nature to look for gifts in every situation, so I wanted to share a few gifts I’ve found during this difficult time. My affirmation has been, “the gift is in the challenges!”
For those of you that don’t know, my oldest son, Sasha, was diagnosed with a severe case of Ulcerative Colitis. He didn’t realize how bad his condition was until he went to the emergency room. He hadn’t had an appetite for a while, had lost over 50 pounds, and was in such agonizing pain he was put on a morphine drip.
Sasha has been living on his own for the last five years, serving in the Coast Guard at a Naval base in Georgia. We finally got...
This holiday season, say goodbye to the blues and say hello to illuminating the path of love and light!
Think of your inner guidance as a navigation system that will notify you when you need to direct your attention to a particular area of your gratitude journey. I’ve divided up the gratitude journey for you as a roadmap of three main areas that need tender loving care during the holidays: the body, the mind, and the soul. Here are “turn-by-turn directions” to gratitude for the holidays, plus intentions and affirmations to support your path.
The body is an integral part of your journey to gratitude. There are many things we take for granted because we become disconnected from the body. Making a point to express gratitude for your health, strength, stamina, and ability to nourish yourself each morning before you start your day is a great way to begin on the right track. Embody gratitude even if you struggle with pain or illness...