4 Ways to Re-Energize After the Holidays

The holiday season that you just completed—in whatever ways you and your community celebrated—can be rather fraught, right? Family, friends, gifts, rituals, proximity, distance, introverts, extroverts, messy people, neat freaks, old stories, new complexities… it’s often, well, a lot. And if you’re reading this particular post on this particular website, you’re no doubt someone who did your part to try to make the season a beautiful one.

Now, back in “ordinary time,” back at work, at home, at school, you may be feeling just how much life force you expended in the process. It’s time now, as you settle back into your relatively, blessedly comforting routines, for some smart strategies to truly regain your energy while prepping to make the most of all the natural motivation that the New Year brings.

So check out these four simple strategies for re-grouping energetically toward a strong start to 2018:

Read more here on coaching website liveleadplay.com.

And rock on, knowing I’m in your corner. Reach out if I can help. It will be my privilege.

 

Podcast episode 3: Who. You. Are. Not.

Episode 3 of my podcast Live Your Dream for Real is live on iTunes, my dears. In this episode we’ll get down into the power of your thoughts as you live your dream, including and especially Who. You. Are. Not.

Enjoy as you set your sights on the amazing 2018 that you want and deserve. :)

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-3-who-you-are-not/

And share your questions or comments with me here!

xo
Teresa

A Request to Share: Synchronicity Stories

First, what is synchronicity?

Synchronicity has fascinated me since I encountered it decades ago as a philosophically curious 24 year-old. It cuts right to the core of some contradictory leanings of mine, since my worldview is fundamentally existential, and I’m deeply spiritual. Tangled twine in terms of personal attributes, right?

For my current purposes, I’ll define synchronicity like this:

Venerable Mirriam-Webster defines it at greater length, including C.G. Jung’s role in originating its current usage. But that definition includes some baggage that I don’t find central and don’t want you carrying. Maybe it’s just that the term “psychic” irritates me. More tangled twine of mine. :)

Experiencing the experiential

Anyway, and meanwhile, you know those intriguing events or strange conjunctures between things that give you a little wave of chills, or make you breathe a slightly mystified aha? That’s synchronicity. The juicy coincidences that you couldn’t have engineered no matter how clever you are? Yep. Synchronicity.

I experience synchronicities as gauze-covered portals, areas of mystery where my inherent existentialism, my “agnostic spirituality”, and my lived experience come together in unforeseeable small and large ways in spine-tingling moments. And I encounter countless synchronicities in in my work with clients. Which leads me to add that I also experience synchronicities as inherently helpful and/or inspiring, by which I mean the ancient meaning of inspire, to infuse with spirit. Beautiful.

Time to write

And now it seems that the time has come for me to begin collecting stories and writing about experiences of synchronicity in the lives of others. I look forward to hearing from you! Connect with me below, and thanks very much for sharing.