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I have seen so many people share messages of the love and light that our country and world need to move forward over the last couple of days. And I honor that.
But I also know how afraid we are of holding the space for grief. For shadow. For fear. For questioning what we thought was true. For darkness.
If you have felt called, in the depths of your gut, to speak the message of love and light in these immediate hours and days after the election, I see you, I honor you, I receive your medicine, and I am grateful for you.
But don't jump to the message of love and light because you think you "should." Be true to whatever is genuinely arising for you.
I wrote this song 14 years ago.
I shared it in small circles back then but was terrified of being visible with my voice and my message.
So I shut it down. I stopped singing.
I retreated from one of my strongest callings and fell into a path that felt safe to me.
But I know now that I am here to sing my true song.
The risk of being seen in my fullness is one I am willing to take.
I ask you to watch this video and read the words below it with an open heart and mind.
Women are so afraid to tend to themselves.
We've been taught it's selfish, indulgent, even sinful. We've been taught that if we let ourselves shine that we're taking up too much space. That we won't be accepted. That we won't be safe.
What if the very safety, acceptance, and healing you're so hungry for can only be found in YOUR empowered choice to nourish the home that is yours and yours alone?
This year has been a time of so much learning and deep, tough soulful work for me.
It has been humbling and it has been healing. It has been unnerving and it has been awakening.
I’m in the middle of what feels like a big turning point in my understanding of Self, in my work, and my journey in this life. Phew. It’s been intense.
I had the opportunity earlier this month to speak about this and so much more with my beautiful friend and colleague, Amber Lilyestrom, on her podcast The Soul Fueled CEO.
The girls and I were looking at their baby albums and at my wedding album the other day.
Flannery said to me, "Mama, you don't look like you did at your wedding. You've really changed."
And I said to her, "You're right, I have."
Today is the first New Moon since last week’s Autumn Equinox. The New Moon is an opportunity, each month, to be in the space of new beginnings, rebirth, and starting fresh.
So today is your day to set intentions for the next 30 days.
What do you desire to embody over this next month?
What vision do you have for yourself?
What commitments are you willing to make to yourself so that you may take aligned, life-giving action in the coming weeks?
Every New Year, I choose a word of the year that I most desire to live by for the next 12 months. My word this year is JOY.
Well here's the message I received from the universe on joy after I proclaimed it as my word this past winter:
Universe: "If you want joy in a way you've never had it before, than you're going to get sadness in a way you've never had it before, too."
Me: "Wait, what? But I really just want joy, Universe! I've done sadness. I've been through the mess of life. I've paid my dues, haven't I? I simply want to be present to joy. Is that too much to ask?"
Have you ever felt stuck or been struggling with something in your life when common advice like "move on," "just get over it," or "let bygones be bygones" all fall short of the healing you really need?
One brilliant way to get unstuck comes through understanding that you're not "broken" but that the stories and beliefs you're living by need to be revised.
From this place of liberated self-awareness you can re-write your story and create a more joyful and enlivened pathway forward in your relationships and life.
If you're noticing that your life or relationships are defined by struggle, there is a way to re-author all of this into something more empowered, authentic, and true to who you really are, and I'm so excited to share with you how.
I had a powerful call with the women in my Mama on a Mission Mastermind circle last week and I'm going to let you in on what we did.
We celebrated summer. We invited ourselves to feel deep gratitude for what is. We invited ourselves to be real about, with self-compassion, the challenges we face. From that space we got clear about two things so we can properly plan out our lives this coming fall.
I'm at once scared and determined to write these words to you. I told you last week that I believe the political is personal and what I'm sharing here is in devotion to my promise as a mother.
I'm actually on vacation with my family at a lake in Maine right now, and figured out how to create a personal hot spot on my smartphone so that I could get internet and send this message to you today. My calling is greater than my fear, dear women.
Before I share with you how I'm letting my conscience guide my vote at the presidential election this November, I want to connect in with you and where you stand.
I want to know what you're vision, hopes and dreams are for your community, your country, and your children's future.