Show up being you….

Being a spiritual or as I’d rather say kind, good, and aware person is not about how well you yoga pose or detox or the island retreat week; it’s about how we turn up in every single minute of the day.

It’s about who we are at work, in sport, in the community, in our travels, at home and in our inner moments of thought.

It’s not easy, there is no getting it perfect, we all mess up, but the intention to be kind, good and awake to our surrounding worlds makes us more compassionate people, prepared to go out and give life a shot and lead by example.

Focus, intention and the ability to detach from the nonsense around us while being aware and able to see past dramas are crucial skills that we can hone in many ways from our sports to.our personal and professional lives.

Show up being you…that’s a good start.

My dogs, they teach me a lot about patience!

 

Heal the relationship with yourself first…

You don’t find self-worth changing your body.

But change your self-worth and you can change your body…into something healthy, vibrant, strong and ‘happy feeling’.

Why? Because suddenly your body and health matters deeply to you; a sacred relationship and journey for a lifetime…

One of the places I reconnect to me, soul, mother nature.

Celebrate the relationships that truly count

People often least appreciate those that teach them the most in life – family. Too often we put the wrong people on pedestals, the outsiders that really haven’t been there for us. We scramble to other people for healing when in truth the answers are always within, nudged to the fore by family and loved ones.

And when i say family count, I don’t mean for the family stuff, no I mean the deep spiritual lessons, the profound journey.

Be grateful for every single lesson because it defines you. Whether it’s struggles or triumphs our family forms us and if we do the inner work; grows us and expands us. These experiences softens our hearts to the human journey.

Value the time of your family and immediate circle.

And more then ever respect what they give in service. Honour this…be it in time returned, gifts repaid or in payment. It’s a circle of energy that deserves respect.

Love,
Andrea