I met a Quintessential Woman last week. She is an embodied Jewish Priestess who exudes joy, grace, mirth. She lives and breathes her faith without pretentiousness. Her faith is her life; her life is her faith. She carries out her best practices without any show or need for attention. In fact, if I didn’t know what she was doing softly in the background, it would not be obvious she was doing anything. I believe most people didn’t even notice her actions.
I even heard her daughter ask her ‘mama, would you bless me?”
I didn’t even have time to ask her what that meant? Is it a daily practice for a Jewish Mama Priestess to bless her children?
How utterly delightful. And holy.
The world needs more women like this.
There were other women there who were the exact opposite — forcing their faith on the group as a whole. At the very least it was inappropriate. At the most …. well, I have lots of...
Many of us slide through the month of December. It’s easy to do that, thinking “I’ll start next year.”
The thing is if we plan a bit, dream a bit more and start now we hit January 1 with a bit of momentum.
Momentum at the beginning of the year will help you reach your desires sooner.
Are you ready?
What went well this year?
What did you accomplish that you are super proud of?
Where did you slack and now regret?
What gaps did you expose that you need to fill?
What are you fed up with that you are resolved to remedy in 2023?
On a scale of 1-5, with 5 being excellent, rate:
Your family life
Your relationship with yourself
Your relationship with Spirit
Rate yourself on any thing I may have missed but you feel is important
If you’re ready to work with someone who can help collapse the time it takes to achieve your goals, I’m ready if you are. From a more premium choice of a Quintessential VIP...
I’m sure you’ve heard that expression.
Some breakdowns are massive. Obvious. Ridiculously painful. And usually feel never-ending.
Some, however, are almost unrecognizable. If we are not tuned in, in fact, we may miss it altogether and “just” chalk it up to a bad day.
Some breakdowns feel like you’re standing in the middle of the room looking at your life as it is piled around you — a heap of junk that’s all broken apart and ugly.
Some breakdowns feel like ugh, I am too lazy to give a damn about anything today.
Whichever breakdown it is, it can be comforting to know your breakthrough is soooo close! You can’t push, pull, prod your way there faster. You have to go through the tunnel first.
Did you know that as the butterfly struggles to break free from the cocoon, that if you helped and opened it up just a bit for her, she would die? Her struggle is part of her breakthrough.
The same holds true for you.
Someone can lovingly...