Human beings have a natural desire for support and validation, especially when it comes to pursuing our dreams and passions. We often look to our friends and family for support, but sometimes find that the support we receive from strangers is greater than that of those closest to us. It's amazing how people can watch you from afar, but not offer support when you need it the most.
Sometimes it's easy to convince ourselves that we've moved on from past traumas, pain, and heartbreak. However, what many of us fail to realize is that our past experiences can continue to control our present lives in ways we never imagined. It's common to use control as a boundary to cover our insecurities and close ourselves off from recovery and growth, but this is not living your best life.
As we approach the spring equinox and the start of a new year, it's the perfect time to embrace the season of renewal and change. Here are some ways to get ready holistically for the spring equinox and welcome the arrival of springtime:
I am excited to share with you some insights and tips on how to balance and activate your root chakra. The root chakra, also known as the Muladhara chakra, is located at the base of the spine and is associated with grounding, stability, and the feeling of being rooted in our physical body and in the world around us. When the root chakra is balanced and activated, we feel safe, secure, and connected to our physical body, as well as to the world around us. Unfortunately, many of us experience blockages or imbalances in our root chakra, which can manifest as feelings of anxiety, fear, or insecurity. To balance and activate your root chakra, try implementing the following tips: 1....
The energies of your third eye with the universe is a powerful, intuitive chakra located between the eyebrows and associated with spiritual growth, enlightenment, and psychic abilities. Strengthening your third eye can help you better understand the world around you and increase your overall level of awareness.