This morning I woke up to the most vibrant sunrise. Pinks and oranges amidst lavender filled the early morning sky—and I thought to myself: That’s what living vibrantly looks and feels like: A breathtaking sunrise bursting in beauty to light up the morning—to light up LIFE.
It’s tempting, at times, to look at my life circumstances and say, “Wow, with all of this going on, there’s no way I’m going to feel any joy.”
But the truth is, life’s circumstances have little or no value when it comes to experiencing real joy.
Kahil Gibran says in his tome The Prophet, “Your greatest joy is your sorrow unmasked.”
These seven words spoke to me and whispered hope in my ear as I weathered the tsunami of grief that came after my husband Richard’s transition. I died a death when he did. According to my angel guides, my human transition has taken quite awhile.
In the final episode of our podcast series, Celebrating 20 Years of Don’t Sweat Wisdom, I’m chatting with Shani Chen, a truly remarkable woman who found Don’t Sweat at just the right time.
Today, I’m chatting with celebrated high-vibration music artist and sound healer Mark Romero about what it means to live in a higher state of awareness and a higher frequency.
Culturally, we are conditioned to think that “no” is a bad word. We somehow feel our value is tied to an ability to say “yes” to bake sales and book clubs, carpools and cookouts, and heaven forbid we miss a school event or skip out on running for the PTA. But here’s a little secret pulled from Don’t Sweat wisdom---one that is guaranteed to change your life.
This week on the podcast, I’m having a heart to heart with JJ Virgin.
Having written four New York Times bestsellers including The Virgin Diet, The Virgin Diet Cookbook, The Sugar Impact Diet and the Sugar Impact Diet Cookbook, JJ is best known as a health expert---but she’s also an extraordinary mother.
We all know that feeling. You know—the one that creeps in when the line at the grocery store is extra long, when someone puts you on hold, or even when it takes the barista a little longer than you’d like to brew your latte.
Today on the podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Debbie Phillips.
Debbie is the inspiring founder of Women on Fire, a membership community of women living their dreams, and a pioneer in the field of Executive Life Coaching.
Just Breathe and Listen Up
We all do it sometimes. It can be an innocent moment—it usually is—when you have a lapse of consciousness—as someone else is talking to you.