the best advice I have ever received

breathe.

that simple, breathe.

and likely, right now, you did just that. or if not, let's try it again. breathe. maybe this time you are actually aware of your capacity to inhale even deeper, fuller and find peace in the release of the exhale. shoulders softer. ready to listen, lean in, and be present. imagine if you showed up like that everywhere, aware - how much power, creativity, and joy you could create. mmmhmmm.

now that you are here, hi!!! AND I want to offer you something else. something more than just the reminder for you to breathe, which while super valuable, I understand that the magnitude of this gift might not be fully available yet. how many times have you been reminded to breathe and had it not have an impact? it is something that the younger, unpracticed me did not have the time or interest to understand. yet what I see for each and every one of us is whole hearted access to who we really are in the resonance of each breath - how each moment of expansive presence, of mindfulness, of Being beyond the thoughts, can contribute to our evolution - welcoming our souls back to love, freedom, creativity, possibility, magic, inner peace, and joy.

I am aware that within each of our 23,040 breaths per day we have the ability to create a resounding affect on all aspects of our life. and within each of our 23,040 breaths per day we actually choose to not have it go that way. we continue to get stressed out, feel pressure, worry, judge ourselves and others, avoid risks, believe in our problems as facts, resign, quit, blame, attack, and hone in on what is not working. it reminds me of something that I wrote for myself recently: the mind was never meant to be a place for us to dwell, yet we continuously get lost in thought. what I notice is that no matter how self aware we claim to be, there is still a human tendency to get trapped in our thoughts; in fact some of us self-awareness junkies may actually have a harder time untangling the web and getting free. we get addicted to knowing, having it all figured out, being right, being perfect, and we end up limiting what we can actually be and do.

ironically, if we spend all of our time in our minds, we risk never knowing what it means to be fully alive.

so, however you personally define success, inner peace is your gateway. you could start tomorrow, but I would ask that you start today.

start now with a simple breath.

notice your thoughts. 

now, what is stopping you from having all of the success that you want now?

speak your thoughts out loud. write them down. unfiltered. raw.

are you negotiating with yourself? settling for good enough? stopping because of money? blaming someone or something? waiting until later? being stingy with the amount of greatness you are allowing in?

do you hear it now?

that mind....it's a wild ride. and unfortunately, it is not always present to your greatness because no offense, you give away your a power a lot. especially the power behind your intuition, dreams, desires, and passions - the things that get you self-love and success.

that is where I come in.

speak your thoughts to me, re-discover your worth.

empower your dreams.

become undeniably you and have your (vegan) cake too. 

love y'all

xx

life coach for life

 

 

 

Carianna Hebert