This One Word Heals Everything

Sometimes life can feel like a slog. 

It’s ok, we’ve all been there. 

Lately my daughter and I have been sick with a deep, long cold that’s been going around. All projects or adventures were put on hold while we simply got through the day. Wake up, breakfast, play time, lunch, nap, repeat. 

I was going through the motions this morning when I reminded myself—there’s another way to see this.

I just had to remember the one magic word that heals everything. 

If you’ve been feeling stuck, stagnant, trapped or uninspired in your life, “This One Word Heals Everything” is for you. 

This short and sweet pick-me-up will help you see your entire day differently, so give this video a watch and see what happens. 

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Because the truth is… the only reason we ever feel stagnant in life is because a part of us is ready to move. 
The spring within you that is your creativity, your inspiration, your lifeforce, has been welling up behind the stones and is ready to stream down the hillside.
You can feel the energy gathering…
and it’s precisely because of this that the pressure feels so uncomfortable. 

This inner flow is ready to rush into fresh areas of your life—and bring with it a new era.
Sometimes we just need to be reminded of what’s possible.

On the topic of finding inspiration in unexpected places and letting everything in life (no matter how slog-y) open new opportunities…

I’m excited to be a part of this upcoming FREE teaching on July 5th—Necessity as Mentor & Muse

When the team at Ancestral Medicine asked if I wanted to join one of their live talks, I took a look at their schedule and immediately said THAT ONE.

I’ve been deep in the trenches of learning about necessity as muse since my daughter was born last year. And its honestly changed everything about how I view life, magic and possibility. 

I’ll be joining educator and ritualist Daniel Foor as well as body liberation facilitator Tiana Dodson for this live talk. It’s completely free, and I’d love to gather with you there.

Because when we embrace necessity as muse, a world of endless inspiration and possibility can unfold.