Courage. That word keeps showing up for me, and I pray for it daily. I want to have the courage to do the things that make my heart sing and to be surrounded by people who make me feel like sunshine. To discern what is in my best interest and to focus on self-care is sometimes a challenge. I’m an Enneagram 2 – the Helper. So, it’s my nature to put the needs of others before my own, but I’m breaking the cycle ever so slowly. When making decisions now I try to take a deep breath and see how the answer shows up in my body. Does doing something or not doing something cause me stress? Where? My neck, shoulders, heart, gut? All of these have become important questions I ask myself often — not always. It’s work in progress, but I’m getting better at it every day thanks to the Enneagram.
If you’ve never heard of the Enneagram, there are lots of books and articles on it. I’ve done a lot of self-improvement work in the past few years and imo, this is by far the most significant and life changing! In my podcast “This Rockin Life” (available on iTunes), I interviewed Ian Cron, author of The Road Back to You. I’d love it if you checked it out & would be honored if you subscribed. I’m going to start releasing more podcasts every week and when you subscribe, you’ll be the first to hear em! In an upcoming podcast, I’m interviewing Clare Loughrige, author of Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram. If you want to sincerely change your life, find your purpose, and be truly happy, you’ll enjoy doing this work. You can take the test to discover your type and unlock the secrets that may be preventing you from being authentic and courageous at www.wepss.com. If you already know your type, please write it below!
I’m working hard at being more gentle with my body; stretching more often, and shutting down the mental gymnastics that bounce around in my head. Seriously….someone has to figure out to make that a sport. I might be a contender! 😂🙄 Yoga helps. The more I recharge my batteries and rest my body from jumping around & lifting weights, the better I feel overall. And the more relaxed my body is, the easier it is to handle difficult situations with difficult people. Not that there are any. 🤔
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This is a sneak peak, behind the scenes filming the documentary KILLER HOUSE. Ever since I had pre-emphysema from toxic mold exposure, I’m always trying to stay healthy. One little thing like sitting in traffic, stuck behind a diesel truck, smelling toxic exhaust fumes for an hour (seriously, that just happened last week), will hit me like a brick wall. I’ll get those old symptoms I had after my 1st exposure: migraine, brain fog, tremors, nausea, insomnia, fatigue, a sore throat AND runny nose. Then I hit the HOCATT: and seriously feel AMAZING!
HOCATT: Hyperthermic, Ozone, Carbonic Acid, Trandermal Therapy, Far-Infared & so much more! Check out www.hocatt.com to find one near you.