Bless Your Mess

Life is not always easy.
Life can get messy.
Life can get difficult.
Life can get oh so confusing.

The key lies in how we walk through and what we are willing to learn. When we learn, we expand. We grow. So…

Tune in, trust yourself, and bless your mess. That’s my mantra for today.

It’s all a lesson. Get through the crap and keep love in your heart

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Always Follow Your Bliss.

Always Follow Your Bliss.

“A very good career choice would be to gravitate toward those activities and to embrace those desires that harmonize with your core intentions, which are: FREEDOM and GROWTH—and JOY. Make a “career” of living a happy life rather than trying … Continue reading

MY 2014 MANIFESTO: 6 Things to Practice for a Spectacular Year

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“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.”

-T.S. Elliott

2013 was a crummy year for many people in my life (myself included). Mine was volatile, unpredictable, difficult and full of change. Out of the darkest moments spring the greatest gifts – the key is being able to walk through the fire and learn.

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Fear, Intuition and Why I Gave Up Alcohol

cabana“Everyone, when they are young, knows what their destiny is. At that point in their lives, everything is clear and everything is possible. They are not afraid to dream, and to yearn for everything they would like to see happen to them in their lives. But, as time passes, a mysterious force begins to convince them that it will be impossible for them to realize their destiny….

[But] there is one great truth on this planet: whoever you are, or whatever it is that you do, when you really want something, it’s because that desire originated in the soul of the universe. It’s your mission on earth….
To realize one’s destiny is a person’s only real obligation.
All things are one. And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it.”
– Paulo Coelho, ”The Alchemist”

I remember when I read The Alchemist for the first time, about a decade ago. I was in Southern Thailand, incredibly sick with dengue fever. I was confined to a guesthouse unable to move or go outside. All I could do was sleep and read. I devoured this beautiful book in hours and can honestly say it changed my life. It carried messages I desperately needed to hear at the time and would continue to need again and again over the next 10 years.

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