Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Manifest Like a Magician
Learn From Your Family
Happy Wednesday Friends! On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about my parents’ recent visit to San Francisco. We had such a blast together ~ we went to wine country, ate at yummy restaurants, saw a show, and so much more. What impacted me most wasn’t so much what we did together but how I ended up learning so much about myself and who I am while I was with them. I also realized that one of the greatest gifts I can offer my parents is compassion for their aging process. Check out my ‘Wednesday Walk’ to hear more about how we can learn so much about ourselves through the way we show up with our families.
Wednesday, August 07, 2013
People Can Change
Happy Wednesday Friends!
On today's 'Wednesday Walk', I am visiting San Diego for the first time since I moved away to San Francisco five months ago. During this trip I led the NGY Teacher Training as well as spent all of my free time catching up with dear friends. During these reunions I recognized that I felt different ... like I had transformed my way of being. While the change isn't visible on the outside, others sensed it too because of the way that I showed up in my connections with them. Personally, I attribute it to what I learned and experienced during my recent time with Africa Yoga Project ~ oneness & connection. Check out my 'Wednesday Walk' to learn more about how our life experiences change us and affect the way we show up with others... particularly in places we used to call home.
I would love to hear from you! When did you realize that you had changed due to an experience you had in your life? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Who's Rooting for You?
On today's 'Wednesday Walk', I share about how good it feels to have people in my life who are rooting for my success. It feels so inspiring to know that I have a team of people cheering me on, who are willing to help me ... without expecting anything in return!! Check out my 'Wednesday Walk' to hear more about the importance of recognizing and acknowledging the people who are selflessly supporting & serving us. It's true, we all have people in our lives who want the best for us and are rooting for our success.
I would love to hear from you! Who are the people in your life who are rooting for your success? And how are you selflessly supporting others without expecting anything in return? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.