WHAT REALITY DO YOU WANT TO BE LIVING?

One that feels good and flows naturally, with ease?

“WE MUST TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WAY WE FEEL.

The notion that others can make us feel good or bad is untrue. Consciously- or more frequently- unconsciously, we are choosing how we feel at every single moment. The external world is in so many ways a mirror of our beliefs and expectations. Why we feel the way we feel is the result of the symphony and harmony of our own molecules of emotion that affect every aspect of our physiology, producing blissful health or miserable disease.”

– Candace B. Pert

“WHAT YOU BELIEVE, YOU RECEIVE.”

“IN ANY GIVEN MOMENT YOU CAN CHOOSE AGAIN.”

Do you feel like life is hard and you’re always struggling? That it’s just one negative thing after another?

It’s not about being crazy, ‘out there’, carefree or careless. Actually, I think it’s the opposite.
Most of us are mindlessly living our lives on autopilot. Asleep, unaware and just going through the motions.
We’re missing the beauty that surrounds us, not experiencing life to its full potential.

TO BE WILD AND FREE IS TO LIVE INTENTIONALLY.
Instead of following the crowds and doing things that we think we ‘should’, it’s about being mindful of our thoughts and actions, and making conscious choices that are in alignment with our own values and beliefs.
It’s about cultivating a deep awareness of ourselves and the world around us.
It’s about immersing ourselves in the present moment and being grateful for all that we have.
 
And most of all, it’s about being our natural selves.

UNFORTUNATELY, OUR MODERN LIFESTYLES HAVE LED US TO BECOME DISCONNECTED FROM THE THINGS THAT TRULY MATTER.
Instead of living our lives feeling wild and free, we feel stuck, controlled, pressured and restrained.
We’re immersed in a culture of constant busyness and have lost touch with our natural way of being, the way we were designed to live.
We’re brought up in a consumerist society that conditions us to believe that we don’t have enough and we’re not enoughThat we’re separate from everyone else and the world around us.
With so much value and worth placed on the need to have the most ‘stuff’ and to be ‘the best’ we judge, doubt and compare ourselves, competing against others in an attempt to find happiness.
We want to do more, have more and be more; trying to be everything to everyone because we feel like we aren’t good enough, just as we are right now.
We’re not skinny enough, pretty enough, smart enough or wealthy enough, so we spend our lives striving to fix ourselves.
Longing for love and acceptance, we live and behave in ways we think we ‘should’ in the hope of pleasing everyone else.
Our happiness and self-worth depend on the opinions of others, so we continually seek validation from external sources, rather than turning inwards and finding contentment within ourselves.
Experiencing life in this way (just because it’s ‘normal’ and everyone else does it) places overwhelming expectations and pressure on ourselves and is emotionally, physically and mentally exhausting.
Spending all of our time worrying about our responsibilities and our never-ending to-do lists, we lose sight of what it truly means to live.
AND IT ALL STEMS FROM OUR DISCONNECTIONS.
BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY.

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I KNOW WHAT IT’S LIKE TO FEEL OVERWHELMED, STUCK, LOST, INSECURE AND UNSURE.
I ALSO KNOW THAT MOST OF US FEEL THIS WAY.
WHY?
Because it’s deeply ingrained in our culture.
Without even being aware of it, we’ve grown up being told that we need to work hard, to strive, to push ourselves, to be productive and keep achieving.
To always be busy.
We’re all rushing around in this fast-paced, hectic world trying to accomplish a million things at once.
We never stop.
We’re constantly bombarded and overloaded with information.
We wear our ‘busyness’ as a badge of honour because taking time out to do ‘nothing’ is seen as lazy. As if being ‘busy’ somehow makes you seem really important and successful.
So, we float along, forgetting about doing the things that we need or want to do, and spend our days mindlessly caught up in the daily grind. Without much conscious thought we follow lifestyle patterns we’ve developed over the years, barely aware of what we’re doing because we don’t need to think about it anymore.
We don’t allow ourselves the space and time to tune into ourselves, to listen to our bodies, to rest, so we become out of balance.
Deep down we feel unhappy because we’ve lost the connection with our natural selves, but we’re too afraid of feeling this pain so we suppress our emotions and numb ourselves to our realities by taking pills and burying our faces into our phones, T.V’s and computers.
We start to struggle and feel weighed down. Negative. Self-critical.
Life becomes too hard.
We become stressed, anxious, exhausted, depressed.
Drained of all our energy, we can’t be bothered to do anything and we start resenting ourselves and others.
We talk to ourselves horribly, annoyed that we’ve created this life, but we’re stuck in a cycle of self-hatred and don’t know how to get out of it.

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.


-albert einstein

Let’s disconnect from our modern, frantic lifestyles so we can reconnect with our natural way of being.
A return to the way we’re naturally designed to be living.

I’M HERE TO HELP YOU REDISCOVER WHAT’S NATURAL FOR YOU.

To find your natural rhythm and flow.
To follow your bliss, not someone else’s definition of it.
To create a life that’s calm and balanced, filled with love, happiness and harmony.
To live life as nature intended.