Boundaries are some of the most self-loving and trans formative practices you can do for yourself because they naturally shift energy away from the behaviors, dynamics, relationships, and situations that deplete and distract you.
Empaths are people who are able to deeply feel the emotions and energy of other people and places (also, possibly: animals, the earth, and a host of other things too, but that’s for another post). Everything has its own vibrational signature, and empaths are people who are able to ‘read’ this signature by feeling it within themselves.
I hear it all the time and it’s so far from the truth that I’m ready to bust this myth into smithereens.
Like any couple with two young children, my husband and I were fantasizing about spending our eighth anniversary away from home overnight somewhere kid-free. “Oh, the sleep we could get!” we thought, but every time we started to make our plans, I kept feeling this voice inside tell me that we were not supposed to go anywhere, that we needed to stay home.
So, we listened.
Sure enough, that weekend…
For some practitioners, Reiki energy is strong, powerful, clear, and apparent. They feel it right away and experience a natural connection with it. For others, it can take some time to establish an authentic relationship with the energy that feels effective and meaningful.
I’ve had an influx of distant healing sessions lately, along with many questions about how it works, and the experiences both myself and my clients have, so I thought I'd address some of the most common questions I receive:
Ten Questions that will help you find the right teacher & training for you
Pursuing training in energy healing can be a very transformative and empowering experience for many people. It can be the key that unlocks lasting healing and awakening in body, mind and spirit. For some, it is completely life-changing and reality-rocking.
Meditation removes stress and replaces it with a sense of inner peace and calm. It’s one of the best tools you have to deal with physical and psychological distress, balance your emotions and be in the present moment. Meditation will help you experience greater calm in the midst of the chaos. It will connect you to your inner-most feelings and challenge our habits of self-judgment.
1. Tell me about your personal journey with yoga. Why is it important to you?
I have been practicing yoga for about ten years now, but I still consider myself a beginner. I love yoga because it brings wholeness into our human experience. As we move, we connect with our breath, create space in the body, and a calmness to the mind. It’s a beautiful and accessible practice that has countless benefits. Sharing yoga is important to me because it’s empowering and helps people remember who they really are. Yoga offers a sacred space for self-discovery, healing, and growth. I love that!
2. When did you first begin teaching yoga? What made you transition into a leadership position?
I started teaching yoga asana (postures) about 2.5 years ago. I have taught meditation for close to eight years. I feel very passionate about sharing the things that I love, and so it was a natural evolution for me to begin teaching, as it gave me more opportunities to share my passion and purpose.