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Category Archives: whole health
“Like the stars you twinkle and catch my eye pulling my focus to a new way.
Where a woman can give fully from her heart again and again and again.
She can create power and abundance in her world from her own internal supply.
Yes she can be disciplined and knowledgeable, yet natural and free.
Blazing on and on and on in speed unbounded in potential and laughter.
A reflection that brightens the midnight sky illuminated for all a shinier way to be.”
One of the women that I worked with wrote the above poem for me as a gift.… Read the rest
Unfortunately, it may have nothing to do with what YOU’RE doing.
It may be your hormones.
Hormone imbalances lead to difficulty losing weight and an increased risk of obesity and they can’t be solved by dieting alone. If you’ve been unsuccessful at losing weight chances are one or more the following hormonal imbalances could be the problem:
Digestive disorders, allergies, autoimmune disease, arthritis, asthma, eczema, acne, abdominal fat, headaches, depression … Read the rest
Most of my blogs speak to a large audience because I hate ever excluding anyone from anything! But every once in a while, I draw back towards my heart-center, and feel the desire to speak to my dearest inner circle, the female spiritual warriors around me whose lives so much mirror mine. Like me, they love what they do, but they do it with such an intense passion that at times they find themselves burned out and stressed out. How can we walk the walk and talk the talk if we are literally FRAZZLED and FRIED?
It’s so important … Read the rest