Sunday, January 21, 2018

You Need Courage to Pursue Your Purpose

Your life matters. Your life has a purpose. May you have the courage to pursue it.
—Nancy Salmeron

A few weeks ago, I met with a charismatic, passionate, and determined young woman who wanted to inquire about my work as a writer, personal development coach, and inspirational speaker. I was humbled that she wanted to learn from me. This was not the first time I encountered a woman who wanted to get a cup of coffee together to learn about my work. Yet, I am always amazed by the fact that I inspire other women to pursue a path of personal development and inspirational speaking. This reaffirms for me that I am on the right track and that I should continue to empower individuals to live a life of bliss and passion by living their purpose. As we discussed what makes me come alive, I asked her to tell me about her passions and purpose. She mentioned that she has worked a great deal on herself and has become a woman whom she admires. She believes that self-love is the answer to being a successful human being. I agreed. I felt that she had the capacity to impact the world in a positive way, but I reminded her that self-belief or self-love is a long, torturous journey that we don’t only embark upon on the outside, but that we must also seek deep within to discover. I also shared that this journey takes time and that we must never promise a quick-fix to those we speak with. This conversation made me think about my message of living a life of bliss and passion and connecting it to our purpose. Being in purpose and being a creator of your life is a beautiful thing, but it takes time, dedication, and perseverance to live a life of bliss and joy. When you embark on this journey, you realize that the uphill climbs are tough, but they remind you of your strength. This serendipitous connection with this beautiful, young lady made me realize that I must be cautious about suggesting to you that being in purpose is something that happens overnight and that it’s easy. It’s not easy. It’s one of the hardest things you will ever do. Many have tried and failed. Only those individuals with the heart of a lion stick around to see who they become. Do you have what it takes to pursue your reason for being here? Are you strong enough to face disappointment and give it a wink and move on? Are you determined and patient about discovering who you can become? I believe you must be courageous when you seek to discover the purpose of your life. This journey of self-discovery brings you many trials and tribulations, but will reward you with your “why,” if you stick around and see your purpose manifest. Here are some tips for staying the course to living a life of passion and purpose.

Have the courage to pursue your purpose.
Let courage be your guide to purpose. Your purpose is your reason for being—your contribution to our world. Some are born knowing what their purpose is. For others, like myself, it may take forty years to discover what it is. Following your reason for being on earth may be easier said than done. You will discover many painful disappointments that will make you question your sanity and wonder about your purpose. There will be days filled with fear that will impede you from believing that your purpose is why you are here. You will have many reasons to give up on your purpose. But if you are patient you will discover, along with times of doubt and fear, moments of clarity and courage. Be brave, let courage be your guide, and embark on this amazing journey that will transport you to your destiny.

Be resilient and move forward.
Learn to bounce back when you feel defeated by looking at how far you have come. Develop perseverance by understanding that these difficult moments will pass. Remember that you are powerful beyond measure, and you have everything you need to live a life of passion and purpose. It is part of the journey to encounter failure and disappointment, but it is also part of the journey to bounce back! Understand that your awareness of your purpose comes with setbacks and tribulations that will eventually result in triumphs. Keep on pushing forward despite all the obstacles that you stumble upon. Your purpose is waiting for you, so be resilient and move forward.

Believe in your purpose.
The act of believing that you are worthy of pursuing your passion and living a life of purpose is a big commitment. When you have doubts that you can live a life of bliss and do what you love, more challenges, fears, and doubts are introduced into your heart. Believe without a doubt that your purpose is the gift that you must share with the world. As you believe in you, others and the world will do the same.

To live a life of passion and purpose is not for the weak of heart. Many try and fail because they lack sufficient courage. They listen to the voice of fear. They don’t believe that their purpose is the reason they are here. It is those brave souls who follow the voice of their soul, who are determined, and who have courage by their side who will eventually welcome purpose into their lives. Let go of fear, stay persistent, and let your purpose connect you to your destiny. Until next Monday, Believe. Change. Become.

Sending many blessings and love your way!

P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out!

Monday, January 15, 2018

How to Get Your Soul’s Sparkle Back

Sometimes your soul will lose its sparkle 
to remind you that you have the power to get it back.
—Nancy Salmeron

As I contemplated starting this year supercharged and ready to conquer it all, the discovery that my soul lacked its sparkle shook me. My soul felt tired. I was in a restoration mode. I am a soul that is very empathetic to other people’s energy. The energy of others empties my battery and negative energy drains my heart. I feel too deeply. I had intended to get back on track with my goals on the second day of the new year. But, my soul’s spark was dormant. I felt the need to seek words of wisdom from a woman that not only guides my writing, but guides my soul to its most authentic transformation. Her words of wisdom let me soar, but also humble me to stay true to who my soul wants to become. She is a phenomenal, authentic, and loving human being whose true gift is to give of herself unconditionally. This woman has been my constant for the last few years. She is wise, and she fully understands my purpose in this world. I shared with her that I had expected to start off this year on fire, but I was struggling to do so. The holiday festivities had put me out of my zone, and I was having a tough time connecting with my soul. I felt stuck and did not know how to move forward. Her wise words assured me that I was moving forward and that I must simply continue to practice going with the flow of life and not against it. This conversation also made me realize that I must act as if what life gives me is something that I asked for, and I must be mindful of the energy that surrounds me. Today, let’s talk about how to listen to and nurture yourself and get your soul’s sparkle back.

Go deep.
When your soul is lacking its sparkle, it’s important to dig deep, even if it’s painful. Who or what is dimming the light of your soul? As I yearned to awaken my dormant soul, I realized that a great deal of fear had surfaced. I was having doubts about my abilities to fully thrive in my purpose. If you are feeling fear, step back and acknowledge the fear, and realize that with some time you will conquer this emotion. The trick is to embrace what you are feeling, rather than running away from it.

Love people who drain your energy from a distance.
I also realized that the energy of people around me lacked vibrancy, and therefore it was dimming my light. There are people who will drain your positive sparkle if you continue to surround yourself with them. I have some loved ones in my life who have depleted my soul’s sparkle. These individuals have toxic energy that they have not acknowledged. Their words don’t match their actions or soul energy.  I don’t know where I stand with them, or if they have the best intentions for me. They say they do, but my intuition tells me otherwise. If you have people like this in your life, I advise you to limit your interactions with them. Be mindful of your energy, because they are not aware of theirs. These individuals don’t realize that their energy speaks louder than words. Since they are not aware of their negative energy, they don’t take responsibility for dumping it into your space. I am sensitive to their pain, but I also understand that I can’t help them because they won’t recognize their pain or acknowledge that they need help. If you are dealing with a similar situation, be okay with stepping back, wishing them well, and sending them off on their life’s journey.

Nurture your soul before any other soul.
We are all here to love, help, and support others. But you must take care of your soul first so that you can help those who are seeking help. Don’t feel guilty about distancing yourself from those who are not willing to admit that they have toxic energy and are not willing to change. Nurture and love your soul by being selective about the people you surround yourself with. It’s okay to stay away from those whose true intentions you wonder about. Pay attention to your intuition. It’s not wrong. If someone does not seem genuine about their emotions it’s because they are not. Let your soul sparkle by nurturing it with love and protecting it from negative energy.

Pay attention to what is dimming your sparkle in this moment. Embrace the good, bad, and ugly of every life experience, but learn the lesson of each experience, or you are bound to repeat it. As I try to ignite my soul’s sparkle for 2018, I am reminded that the people who come into our lives with negative energy are our teachers. Have nothing but gratitude for them. These souls teach us something about our spirits. In my case, they reminded me to love myself a bit more—enough to be okay with letting them go because they took away my sparkle. You are responsible for your life. You can’t control the energy of others, but you can decide who you want in your space. It’s okay to love those with negative energy from a distance. Remember, your soul’s sparkle comes first. Until next Monday, Believe. Change. Become.

Sending many blessings and love your way!

P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out!

Monday, January 8, 2018

Give Yourself the Gift of Self-Love in 2018

“What if you simply devoted 2018
 to loving yourself more?”
—Nancy Salmeron
As we close this year and look forward to 2018, I am reminded of the blessings, joys, love, and tribulations 2017 gave me. One blessing was my health. I value health because I saw my father going in and out of the hospital this year and understand that in health we truly live in joy. I discovered joy when I saw my father overcome some of his battles with illness. In this year, I was grateful for the power of love. I am honored by the love of my family and friends. These beautiful souls are part of my why—my reason for always pushing forward. They keep me grounded and humble; I love them dearly. Without the love and support of my best friend, my husband Carlos, I could not have kept on embracing and overcoming the difficult times that 2017 brought. He was my biggest champion. This man bet everything on me, and his only flaw was to love me even when I felt unlovable. I will forever be indebted to him. Another blessing this year was that I became a published author. Professionally, this year brought a sense of clarity to my journey. Writing the book, Believe. Change. Become. :Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, paved a clearer path for my future. I am proud of myself for understanding that there are no accidents and that where I am now is where I must be. What lessons did 2017 bring you? What life experiences are you looking forward to in 2018? I invite you to give yourself the gift of self-love in 2018 by embracing my three wishes for you—love, joy, and peace.

The gift of love.
I wish you love—love of self. The greatest gift you can give yourself is self-love. May you wake up every morning loving your eyes, nose, and the rest of your body! As I love myself more, my love for others grows. May you realize that you are a marvelous creation that needs no fixing because you are perfect! Be in love with your mind, body, and soul. Remind yourself how amazing you are. Stand tall, and know that as you see the beautiful being you are, others will see the same. Love yourself deeply and kindly.

The gift of joy.
I wish you joy. Joy is not something we just write in Christmas cards. Joy is something we can experience every day, because joy is found in the little things we do. I find joy in that morning cup of coffee and in kissing and hugging my daughter before she goes to school.  Where do you find joy? Joy will guide you to what is right or wrong for you. So, if something feels good and brings you joy, do some more of that!  May you discover joy through the selfless acts you do for others and for yourself. May joy transport you into passion, and may passion connect you to your purpose.

The gift of peace.
I wish you peace within. I hope you can quiet your mind of its’ constant chatter, so that you may listen to your soul. Put down your phone and engage with the ones you love. Find peace in your decisions, including in decisions to let people go who drag you down. I have found peace in acts of surrender and trust this year. Peace has been my inner guide to difficult decisions that I had to make. Let peace be the light that guides your most difficult decisions and your journey for the transformation of your most authentic self.

May 2018 bring you the biggest gift you can give yourself—the love of self, and may that love be felt by others. Let joy guide you to happiness, passion, and purpose. In the new year, find peace in silence and in letting go of what does not serve you. Trust the journey, listen to your soul, and let 2018 be filled with love, joy, and peace. Until next year, Believe. Change. Become!
Sending many blessings and love your way!

Friday, December 15, 2017

How to Readjust After a Disappointment

“Disappointment is just the action of your brain readjusting itself
 to reality after discovering things are not the way you thought they were.”
—Brad Warner

I have been thinking about how much I have learned and grown from disappointment this year. I have been blessed to have accomplished many of my goals this year, but have also experienced many setbacks. The disappointing events that transpired this year taught me so much about myself and others. About myself, I learned that I am determined, courageous, and an eternal optimist. About others, I learned that sometimes their best intentions are not enough if their heart is not aligned with their deeds. I have learned that the only person that I can truly count on to make all of my dreams come true is myself. Disappointment has been my greatest teacher because I have decided to apply and learn all the lessons it has brought me. Feeling disappointed in the short-term can be advantageous if you learn the lesson and move on. On the other hand, wallowing in disappointment can keep you feeling stuck and lead to self- doubt, despair, and even depression. The sense of despair is more prevalent when you can’t seem to get a break from disappointment, and you experience a series of devastating events in a short period of time. I have been there. I have felt that “I am just not good enough,” and that is why disappointing events are happening to me. It is very easy to get stuck in the cycle of self-doubt. Yet, this digs you even deeper into a hole. Today, I want to talk about how disappointment can be your greatest teacher and how to treat it like you would treat love and joy, welcoming it into your life with open arms. Here are three tips on how to deal with disappointment.

When disappointment appears, pay attention to why it’s there.
As I analyze my disappointments, I understand that I experienced disappointment to teach me something about myself or others. I have learned to be gentle with myself and forgiving of others. I forgive myself and trust that there will be something positive that will result from every disappointing situation. When you encounter disappointment, ask yourself, “What can I learn from this person or this experience?” Forgive others for bringing disappointments into your life, and then adjust your sails. It’s okay to forgive others, learn from them, and then send them into the sunset. Also ask, “How can I approach things differently in the future?” As you self-reflect, you can learn so much about yourself and others.

Do your expectations set you up for disappointment?
I have very high expectations for the people that want to be part of my personal life or business. I have a very small circle of friends that I trust and that rarely disappoint, but my major disappointments have come from relationships connected to my personal development business. I have learned to be more cognizant about the people that I bring to work with me, because if I bring everybody in I will forever be disappointed. Think about the expectations you have for the people in your business or life. Are they realistic expectations? The expectations you may have of others are reflection of who you are. But it may not be necessarily who they are. For example, if you are a person who honors what you say, you will have a tough time with people who don’t follow through. This expectation is something you have of yourself, but it does not mean others will have this expectation. Pay attention and believe them when they show you who they are. Don’t expect to change them. Change is only possible for those who seek it. Accept them or let them go; it’s your call.

Transform your perspective about disappointments.
Sometimes disappointment is not what you expect it to be. Sometimes disappointment brings better things to your life. Take time to feel the disappointment and surrender it. Believe me when I say that better things are coming for you. When I stumble into disappointments, I realize that another, greater opportunity is waiting around the corner. The disappointment I may be feeling becomes a blessing in my life. Embrace your disappointments and treat them like you would treat love or joy—with open arms. Remember, disappointment is bearing the gift of growth.

Disappointment sucks the joy out of life, in order for true joy can come into your life, treat disappointment as something that you called and can handle in your life. Stop desiring that your life be a certain way and accept everything that comes into our life as something you planned for. The best cure for disappointment is to learn from it, accept it, and embrace it the same way you embrace joy and love. Until next time, Believe. Change. Become.

Sending many blessings and love your way!

P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out!

Monday, December 11, 2017

How to Stop Existing and Start Living

“To live is the rarest thing in the world.
 Most people just exist.”
—Oscar Wilde

I celebrated my forty-second birthday this weekend. As I reflect on my life thus far, I feel excited, peaceful, and grateful. I feel excited because I know that I have an amazing future waiting for me. I feel peaceful because I have learned to trust and surrender my life to something greater than myself. I am grateful because I have a beautiful family and friends who love and support me unconditionally and because I am the creator of my life. Yet there are times I feel guilty. I feel guilty because I get to live this life, but many people don’t. I feel guilty because I see the struggle many individuals go through everyday just to exist. As a personal development coach, I always share the secrets for a more joyous life, but I have learned to keep some of my thoughts to myself. I have learned from past experiences that not everyone is ready to believe that their lives have meaning and that their mission in life is to seek that meaning. I have also learned that the teacher will appear when the student is ready to listen. We all have a personal journey to go through; we all have our own meaning of success. For some, success is to follow societal norms—go to college, earn a degree, get married, have kids, and buy a home. For others, success is to seek within to discover why they are here. These individuals who go against worldly expectations may be considered the radicals of our society. There is no right or wrong way to live your life; there is only your way. But I believe that what dictates success is loving the life you live. Here are three tips to loving the life you live, regardless of where you are in your journey to becoming.

Recognize your blessings.
I believe if you want to be successful in your life you must wake up every morning counting your blessings. The fact of being alive is the first blessing you must recognize. Then zero in on the abundance in your life. I am blessed because I am healthy, I wake up every morning to my beautiful family, and I get to do what I love. Many individuals don’t get to experience this, but it’s my mission to empower you to believe that you, too, can wake up loving what you do. Until you do, look around you and count your blessings. Remember, some of the blessings you have at this present moment are dreams for many others.

Find peace within.
At forty-two, I have learned to trust that where I am in this moment is where I need to be. Timing is divine. I now understand that some of my desires, which I have not received yet, have taught me patience and perseverance. As you seek within and find peace, you will realize that what is happening outside of you is not important, but what is happening inside of you is what matters. Stay calm. Everything you are holding in your heart will manifest itself at the right moment. Trust that you are being taken care of, and trust that in the end all will be well.

Be excited about your future.
Are you looking forward to your future with anticipation? Be excited about your future—without forgetting to stay present of course! I am very excited about my future. I know I have lessons to learn, but I am ready. I am ready to grow and reconnect with my true self. I am excited about my future because I am the creator of it. To be the creator of your life you must be willing to take responsibility for your failures, as well as for your successes. When you are excited about your future, you will only manifest a beautiful future. Your future should drive you, but never scare you.

As I look forward to the next forty years of my life, I want to continue to live boldly and with passion. I want to recognize my fears, but I also want to conquer my fears. I want to continue to inspire you to believe that everything is possible for you. I want to remind you that your life has a purpose. As I do that, I am reminded of my purpose. Thank you. Never settle for a life that does not inspire you. May your next forty years be filled with passion, purpose, and joy . Until next Monday, Believe. Change. Become.


P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out!

Monday, December 4, 2017

Is Your Purpose Trying to Find You?

“Allow your passion to become your purpose,
 and it will one day become your profession.”

Many of you already know that I used to be an educator. I taught school for over a decade. Although I was content with my profession, I did not feel fully alive. After ten years of being a teacher, I began to ask myself, “Is this all there is? Doesn’t there have to be more than this?” I asked these questions constantly. I felt hopeless and lonely because I did not know anybody else who had these questions. In search of an answer to my questions, I enrolled myself in a master’s degree program to become a school principal. This was a common practice among educators who were seeking change in their lives. I thought that getting a master’s degree in education and becoming a school principal was going to take away the empty feeling in my heart. Two years after I enrolled in the master’s program, I graduated with honors and applied to school administrative positions in my county. But as my faith would have it, God had a bigger plan for my life. God’s plan was for me to share the message of living in purpose, of seeking what makes us come alive. If you want to read in more detail about how I transitioned to personal development/inspirational speaking and writing, check out my book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be.
Today I want to reminisce about my journey to discovering my true purpose—my passion—my mission in life. We all have a purpose for our lives. A gift was given only to you for you to share with the world. Have you thought about what your gift is? Have you asked yourself, “Is my current life all there is for me?” If you have asked this question, you are seeking purpose and meaning for your life. When one starts asking these questions, it is because our soul has awoken. I wrote in my book that for many years my spirit stood silently by, watching me make decisions based on the beliefs of my parents, society, and the outside world. I had a comfortable existence as an educator. I had weekends, holidays, and three months out of the year off, and I had a good salary. I was successful in the eyes of many people. I felt guilty and ungrateful. I come from a very humble family. My parents harvested the crops in the fields of Vernalis, California, and I used to help them out in the summers. I had come a long way from working in the fields with my parents. To add to my guilt, I was a “maestra,” or teacher, which has the status of being a doctor or a lawyer in the Mexican community. I knew many family members and friends who would have loved to have had my position. My problem was that despite being in a noble, respected profession, I was not living in my purpose. How can you know if you are not living in your purpose and are seeking it? I invite you to consider and reflect upon the following points.

You are seeking purpose when you ask: “Is this it?”
During my final years of teaching, I was constantly asking myself this question. I would wonder about my future. I could not talk to my friends or colleagues about my concerns because I felt that they would not understand. I felt strange and out of place. I was unhappy, and all the material things that I had been promised would bring me joy, did not fill the void I felt. If you are asking yourself this question, seek within, quiet the mind, and see what response arises. The response my inner voice gave me was to pursue an awesome career choice, an idea I had had as a young woman. You see, in my twenties, I had great admiration for the inspirational speaker and life coach, Tony Robbins. I loved to empower people to believe in themselves. I did this with great ease. People came to me for advice. Unfortunately, I did not know how to go about being a personal development coach or an inspirational speaker at the time, so, I did not think it could be a possibility for me. Years later, when I finally stopped looking outside to others for the answer to my question, “Is this it?” I got the answer I was seeking, which was a reminder about my dream and passion of inspirational speaking and coaching. If you are feeling that there is a void in your life, let me remind you that you must pause to listen to your soul, and pursue what your soul tells you. And if you are still struggling with what your purpose might be, try answering this question: “What makes you come alive?”

You are seeking purpose when: You’re not waking up excited in the morning.
Do you hate Mondays? Do you wish you had four-day weekends? Heck, do you hate to get up every day! If you are not excited in the morning, then most likely you are not living in your highest purpose. If this is you, you must ask yourself what would make you love to wake up? What excites you? What would you do for free? I love to talk, write, and inspire. I have done it for free on many occasions. Your purpose is something that awakens your soul and inspires others to do the same. When you live in purpose, people can’t stop wanting to be around you. Something magical is in the air. I get chills when I encounter people who are fulfilling their mission of living a passionate life. I love to see how their magic moves others.

You are seeking purpose when: You don’t feel your life is fulfilling anymore.
I had a lot to be grateful for as an educator, yet my life felt empty. If you are feeling empty, you are most likely not connected to the meaning of life. If you are following societal norms, or only doing what others see as success, you are following the herd. I did this for many years; I was part of the herd. Count your blessings, but if you are unhappy, seek more for your life. Don’t let guilt consume you. It’s your human right to meet your life goals and to live your dreams out loud!

You are seeking purpose when: You are working in a career or job that takes away your energy.
If the primary purpose of your job is to get a paycheck, you are probably lacking purpose and meaning in your life. If you are counting the days until Friday and hating Mondays, you need purpose. When I started to ask the question, “Is this it?” I dreaded Mondays and counted the days to Friday. I felt drained of energy. I loved summers and did not look forward to starting the school year. If this is happening to you, take charge of your life and move in the direction of your purpose. I did, and it put me on an unexpected, sometimes-roller-coaster path, which I have learned to love.

If any of the above resonates with you, your purpose may be trying to find you. Quiet your mind and listen to your soul. Your soul knows your purpose. Until next Monday, Believe. Change. Become.
Sending many blessings and love your way!

P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out! purpose.

Monday, November 27, 2017

How to Stop Doing and Start Being

“The ego wants you to believe you missed opportunities.
 The spirit knows that each present moment is a new opportunity.”
—Dean Jackson
In the United States it is believed that to be successful you must be on the go all the time. Success is determined by the way you hustle every day. “There are not enough hours in the day to finish everything I must do,” is a common expression. We pride ourselves because we have full agendas. It makes us feel important. In the past, if my calendar was not full, I felt that I was not working hard enough. I did not look forward to the holidays because I slowed down, and then I developed a sense of guilt. I felt guilty because I was not on the go. I was not in motion when it came to my business.  I would see my kids’ and husband’s life moving at a fast pace while mine slowed down, and eventually stopped, during the holidays. I felt restless. “You should be doing more! You are wasting time!” my ego voice would tell me. Then the voice of my spirit appeared and said, “It’s time to stop doing, and start being.” And that is what I have put into practice today. Just because you are not in motion does not mean you are failing. You are not failing; you are growing. You are not missing opportunities if you stop moving. You are reconnecting with your essence—with your source—so that you may be better prepared when those opportunities happen. We live in a culture that celebrates and encourages the everyday hustle. This view makes us feel uncomfortable when we slow down and become quiet. We need to realize that it’s okay to not be busy all the time. We should be grateful when things slow down for us, not guilty. The following ideas are how I got over the need to be constantly in motion and to appreciate the act of being .

Be proud of the moments that make you restless.
The moments that make you restless are the moments that remind you of your soul. Silence the outside world so that you can hear the soul’s message. This time is precious because it makes you grow. It puts things into perspective. The sad truth is that many people who hustle their way to success never get to connect with their inner selves. They are so worried about missing an opportunity that they ignore the voice of their soul. When these restless moments appear, embrace them, and take time to get to know the real you.

Success without the hustle exists.
If you can dream it and believe it, it’s yours. Work toward your dreams, but devote time to living your life. Take it easy. Relax. Everything that is supposed to be yours will be. Some people who hustle all the time believe that you should put fifteen hours or more daily into your passion or else you won’t succeed. I believe that you need to work hard toward your goals and dreams, but you also need to take a break from  the hustle and busyness. You need to allow space for your goals to flow. Be determined to invest time everyday to your passions, but also learn to surrender it all and relax.

Listen to your intuition.
When you are on the go all the time, you ignore your inner voice—your intuition. As I learn to meditate more often and listen to my intuition, my spirit voice whispers to me and tells me what I need to do next. This voice, which I have learned to focus on, guides me to my next move. Listen to your intuition. Your intuition will always show you the fastest path to peace and prosperity. The inner voice already knows the way. Be in alignment with your dreams by connecting to the voice of the spirit. Let go of the hustle and settle into the present moment so that you can hear this voice.
To stop doing and start being, you must be willing to relinquish your need to control outcomes, and trust that you are fully supported. I know it’s hard to do. Yet, I want to remind you that you don’t have to struggle so hard to make your dreams come true. Do your part everyday to move in the direction of your dreams, but enjoy where you are now. Trust your intuition, time, and the universe. Know with certainty that they have your back. Until next time, Believe. Change. Become. See you next week!
Sending many blessings and love your way!


P.S. My book, Believe. Change. Become.: Remembering Who You Were Destined to Be, has been published. Check it out!