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This last year has been a huge one of learning, trying, trialing, failing (forward) and realising that nothing changes unless I make a damn commitment to doing the daily disciplines. I’ve realised I CANNOT *pay someone* to make the changes to me, for me, on me… I’ve used money that way for years. The old saying (okay, the saying I’ve seen on TV a jillion times) ‘they just threw money at the problem’, or ‘they gave the kid money instead of attention’, well, I now actually understand from my own experience. I’ve spent a tonne of money in the last decade hoping it would turn me healthy, skinny and give me that ever elusive ‘energy’ those gym bunnies talk about.
Money didn’t make a difference. – actually, let me correct that, ill intentioned money… the ‘this is THE key’ – ‘the one true way’ money, just made me angrier, sadder and less motivated.
I did the I quit Sugar thing with Sarah. Lasted about a week. – I’m not going to eat food that tastes gross/yuck (yes, I realise I am childish with foods) or that is not a meal because it’s just ONE ingredient. I did the Paleo thing with Pete and OMG it was awesome (helloooo bacon), and then not so awesome as the sugar and dairy addiction ruined any chance of it actually being affective. (Also I have found my compassion for our food growing since well before my trip to India and the meat content in Paleo was getting a bit much… hearing sausages howl on the stove and having to cut up a 2kg piece of lamb into little bits, was too much for me to handle, then realising how many pigs had to die for my bacon addiction… oh and not to mention now learning about parasites on pork – the whole clean and unclean meats (Biblically holding some water there!!)… (all of that new learning for another time).
Over the years, I’ve done the gym, bought hundreds of dollars worth of fitness equipment (heart rate monitor(s) X2, bosu, leg magic, you name it) and clothing (So many shoes, tshirts, tights, socks, oh and I still DON’T regret my Vibram Five Finger toe shoes… however I am still irritated by the Lululemon overpriced (IMO) gear, not to mention their clothes were too ‘petite’ for me), I didn’t do the shakes, that I can remember (I never really understood those). I did the prepared for you meals – Lite and Easy and 1 other type of the same thing, who’s name I’ve forgotten… They all felt like punishment and horribly little portions of bland.
NOW… I’m not anywhere significant on my journey, but some deep realisations over this lasts years attempts have opened my eyes, so I don’t feel like I’m doing things with blind faith that it’ll just ‘magic’ me better.
I now realise, I am not ‘broken in need of a miracle’, I am in need of routine, daily, discipline of healthy practices. (almost all the same word there)
So I am now doing the Tyler Tolman Heal Thyself at Home Health Coaching program – I went to Don Tolman’s ‘Bootcamp 4 Brains’ back in 2010 and it was soooooo far outside my comfort zone of food and health and
amazing knowledge that I filed it away for ‘someday’, and well, someday has come.…it’s been tough, but this time, there’s no turning back. Enough, is enough, is enough, is enough. No matter what happens here, I am putting in place practices that actually make me feel different, stretch me and make me feel uncomfortable in the moment. Growth.
Since starting on this, I’ve done 4 Yoga sessions, it’s been years since I did yoga, once a week for a few months, (this is now at home with DDPY – man oh man, it’s not meditative yoga by any stretch of the imagination) and have done the morning routines, stretching and the 5 Tibetan rites, oil pulling, deep breathing exercises and I’ve completed — yes, you read that right — COMPLETED, the 4 day colon cleanse with NO BLATANT cheating!! Hells yeah baby!! (That is also sooo for another time – By far one of the best things I think I’ve ever done for this body of mine).
I’ve never consumed so much water daily in my life – It’s been a great learning curve and undertaking. Now going through 10 Litres of water a day in our house!! I’m loving the taste of it and craving it actually. (Using non tap water for cooking etc too)
I’ve started having probiotic foods – yes, I am eating sauerkraut! I said “Never” so many times about that in the past. (Never say Never…)
This program has really gotten my head spinning about REAL food – if it’s a vegetable, fruit, nut or seed… It’s NOT intrinsically unhealthy for you. So all the stuff I’ve been avoiding, gluten and grains etc… well, I think they have their place when they are done properly and not over processed. And not over consumed by yours truly.
I’m unlearning a hell of a lot about food and health and plants actually. We’ve been trying to grow a food garden in Roxby (44 degrees in Summer) and it’s scorching the hell out of them. So now, we’re about 2 weeks away from a shaded area and planting for the next season and I cannot WAIT to see what we can grow. We’ve been able to grow cucumbers, capsicum and chillis so far. We’ve got 3 raised beds and are now turning a big section down the side of the house into a garden too.
This is moving me towards a vegan lifestyle – but it will take a few months to transition, because now, knowing (and finally accepting that part of myself – the ‘monster who liked meat’) what I’m like with tastes of foods, I am going to focus on ‘like’ tasting foods (meat like, or favourite dishes like). Slowly getting me to a RAW food diet.
There are so many facets to such a huge lifestyle change – of course, number 1 is — I can’t do this alone. The support of the whole family unit is required. It’s not a quick flick change, it’s a daily considered undertaking. WE have to do this together and it takes the both of us egging each other on to get through the tougher days.
The amount of money spent is also important… we threw away food we later bought again when we did the IQS thing, the paleo thing and countless attempts at ditching sugary foods. But you know what… this time, when we cleared it out, the ONLY things we left that weren’t on par, was the meat in the freezer. That we will use up and then not replace with more meat – perhaps some ‘meat like’ things… For the first time in my life, I’ve felt that I had NOTHING that was holding me to the ‘old ways’ of doing things. Out are all the chemicals in detergents and household toxins too, so a pure clean slate. (the long term detoxing of the body… well, that is this process.)
So for money – I’ve set aside a year to make the full transition in foods and household appliances etc.
And of course for any of those who know me well, there is a “SPREADSHEET for change”!!! W00t! Detailing the things we are working towards and the ‘hang ups’ or ‘tricky’ bits of the process.
My family is my most important endevour within my Daily Disciplined Spiritual Practice, and so I don’t want to teach my daughter negative patterns that she will just have to unlearn or have ill health and sickness coming out of my kitchen for us 3.
What use does she have for crappy food? NIL. So if I won’t eagerly feed it to my kid, why will I feed it to myself? The buck stops with Mumma Hippy here.
There is so so much I want to write about in this journey forward. But I think I’ll break them up into different writings later. There’s a lot to this, but it’s just one foot in front of the other. Baby steps and small incremental changes. (Yes, stop laughing, I know you can’t believe you are hearing ME say things like that). Reality is a brutal teacher in the most amazing of ways. I’ve stopped everything, and started to listen to the life lessons I’ve been glossing over or have paid big bucks to Spiritually Bypass.
I am now more important to me, than ever before. It’s time to let this path unfold in front of me, open minded and conscious of every decision.
Hippy Hippy Joy Joy!! (And no, that’s NOT sarcastic – yes, now stop laughing again!!!)
It’s strange for me to think I am a creative – I’ve always thought of myself as more logical, but I’m beginning to realise that the form of expression we use can be so varied that it is a form of creativity and inspired action.
I’ve started to work on something bigger than myself and it’s been awesome to dust off some old skills, and to find new directions and even new skills. Life is getting quite interesting and busy. It’s nice though to also know that it’s all manageable both in regard to time and energy.
It’s been a long while since I last posted anything and I could lie and say – I was too busy – or fain some sort of amazing story. But the truth is just that I didn’t want to. I didn’t really have much to say, except for “HEY, Look at my daughter who’s friggen amazing and jeez I hate doing dishes!!!” I’ve been busy learning to be a mom/mum/mumma and a ‘house wife’ or ‘whatever-we-are-supposed-to-be-called-that’s-PC-and-doesn’t-offend-anyone’.
I’ve had the standard stuff I’ve seen others go through, freak outs about what your kid is doing, not doing, should be doing or shouldn’t be doing. The number one question I have for my daughter is ‘What are you eating?!!’ and trying to figure out —-juuuuust how important this whole ‘housework’ thing really is. (btw – turns out it’s a bigger deal than I thought).
And through this wondrous journey into womanhood’s milestones, I have still been spiritually practicing and learning. Growing and failing into my divine path. It’s been the toughest day yesterday in many years, I finally allowed myself to embrace the so-called *negative* emotions. (By ‘allowed’ I mean, I had no choice, they just ruled my day). I felt fury, rage and anger I haven’t experienced in years, sadness and loss and even hopelessness which is decades in-between feeling that.
It was a truly spectacular day filled with tears and laughter too. I finally allowed myself to just experience life instead of controlling it with a myriad of different techniques and tools at my disposal. I found that emotions **Do Actually Pass** (Nooo friggen way, right?!!) That there is a delicious purpose to them, that is for each of us to find and ‘process’. ^
There has been so much that has happened in the last few months. I started a new business called Spiritual Adventures, that is a life long dream (mostly hidden from myself for a while there). Where I will be doing Meditation & Spiritual Adventures/Retreats all around the world and Australia. I love love love this concept and the experiences I’ve had going out of my daily life into a full immersion experience and then even up to yeeeears later, still learning from those trips.
My daughter started walking at 7 and a half months and has just grown more and more adventurous herself these last few months. My spiritual growth links so beautifully with her growth (in every facet). I learn from her and she teaches me, in no uncertain terms about what is important in my life.
I am doing Meditation classes and am now also doing Mums and Bubs classes. I love these all so much. The right people come into the space at the right time and we grow together in a beautiful synthesis of teacher/student where the lines are blurred. We are going far deeper now than 9 months ago and it is such a phenomenal experience for me.
We are still traveling back and forth to Adelaide every second week to see the kids, which is why I had such a shitty day. Phill’s roster is changing and causing huuuuge upheaval of set routines, plans and comforts. BUT as is with all change, there was the transition phase of unexpected change that just was chaotic. I didn’t realise just how ‘settled’ I had become in my new life. This change is positive. I can count at least 5 major benefits that give us so much choice, flexibility and freedom… just only in another months time when all these plans we had already made are done.
So, thanks for reading.
This is going to be my personal blog, not business from now on, cause I really just need a place to spew forth my musings and ramblings into some semblance of sense, or even just words and sounds. All other stuff will be at www.spiritual-adventures.com or www.facebook.com/spiritualadventuresAU
Nadene Mulhadara (ROFL)
^ Yes I have realised I am using quotes alot, by the ‘standard’ meaning of things is shifting so rapidly for me, that I haven’t found the new linguistic words that adequately describe things.
Those who know me well, know that I have moved house many many times. I absolutely love living somewhere new, exploring the area and seeing what life is like from this new perspective. And now at 31 I am finally feeling the call to settle down, put down roots and build a home. There’s a huge difference (I think?) between a house and a home. I am looking forward to creating memories with my family here. It’s different from having a base from which to explore the outside world. I am now more internally focused on the world I have created directly around me.
We had a bit of a choice to make too during this process. We were offered two different houses to look at and there were benefits and drawbacks to both houses.
We had to really look at our family values and project forward to see whether the houses would fulfill the greater purposes for us.
House A – new, shiny, temperature control air-conditioning.
House B – Biiiig back yard, entertainment area and a garage plus 2 sheds
- Big Yard: We are now more aware of where our food comes from and want to start growing our own veggies, so the big back yard was a big motivator to take house B.
- Air conditioning – House B had a swampy (evaporative cooler) which really struggles in a Roxby Downs summer desert weather of 40+ degrees Celsius. And with having had two 44 degree days, pre the official start of summer – one can only imagine the intensity of this coming summer. With a baby it’s an important condition.
- Garage and 2 sheds – vs 1 little garden shed: We have a camper trailer and a lot of stuff to go into these sheds and garage. We will be doing far more gardening too and storing of outside stuff.
- Outdoor entertainment area: I’ve recently started running some meditation classes and when we saw the outdoor area both of us saw the potential for having outdoor meditations. Enough space for 25 people at least.
There were a few other pros and cons but… when the bathroom and kitchen are great – it kind of makes the decision for you?! Yes – literally the decision came down to having an en-suite and a gorgeous bathroom in a house that we can control the climate in. The kitchen has a fridge space big enough for a double door fridge/freezer (future purchase) and is spacious with a proper pantry and kitchen island.
So we took House A – and then when we went back to look at it again – we saw that the side/back yard IS big enough for at least 4 raised beds of vegetables and fruits. I can’t wait to create them and to start growing something delicious to eat. I saw something cool on facebook (don’t know the exact source) where they even grew things on an A Frame tiered system. And Phillip has found another garden shed for a good price that we can put closer to the veggie patches too.
It’s great that when you start looking at what you value internally – the external world starts to reflect them. We wanted another shed – we found one. We wanted to grow our own food – we have the right amount of space.
I’m looking forward to veggie patches, swing sets and cooking. I’m looking forward to all the domesticated bliss that I have avoided in the past both intentionally and unintentionally. This isn’t going to be a big move logistically – we’re only moving 2.2 kms down the road. It’s going to be a big move emotionally and spiritually – and in the best ways possible. Something I have never really experienced in my adult life. I’m so very grateful for this amazing place to build our family.
For me – this is MY Christmas.
Tomorrow starts the next chapter in my life and it’s soooo fricken great!!!!
Somewhere for Zooey to spend the first few years of her life. Where I can grow my business and feel centered from. Life has come together so beautifully in these last 2 years. It’s just so amazing – what life has turned into for me!
It’s been three months since little Zooey came into the world and changed my perspectives forever and a day. I’m still coming to grips with what this new life is supposed to be like, and from what I can gather – there is NO supposed to. It’s all just flying by the seat of your pants fun and games.
Here she is;
A joy and a beauty I have never before experienced. Something so little and fragile, yet so strong and determined. She is most certainly my child and the characteristics of all the surrounding family are coming thru daily. I’m surprised by her and in awe. I only now understand all those cliché mother things that before, I thought were just sappy individuals who hadn’t had a personal path to follow and found purpose thru their children. Oh my… The arrogance… I now see that purpose IS the child for a period of time.
I’ve found myself worrying, comparing, judging, testing to see whether she’s on par, above average, lagging behind… At TWO/THREE months…. That’s just stupid!!! The pressure comes from me. No one else and the sooner I accept, allow and let go of these petty and destructive behaviours, I am going to miss seeing Zooey for who she really IS, NOT who she isn’t.
I’m head over heels in love with my fiancé more than ever. Phillip has been supportive in the ways I really wanted. Not fawning over me leading up to and during the birth. Helping me stay focussed on me, on us and not on any of the little things that could have thrown us off. Our honesty in the struggles to adapt and the joys we find in the odd things, has really bonded us closer together – which I was not expecting. I thought perhaps it would be like the movies, to, soooo fiction – where the man becomes part of the wallpaper as the baby takes up all the spotlight. But Phill and I have grown through this process personally and not just because of Zooey. We’ve had the ability to be there for one another and talk thru personal path issues too. Just sayin – I am so very lucky and blessed to have found him, to have had Zooey and to have such an amazingly supportive family too. Soo much love in her life. The grandparents have showered her with affections and the half siblings have embraced her into their lives, which makes me tear up when I think about it.
Love means something different to me now. It’s richer, fuller and a HUUUUUGE leap more scary than before.
Welcome to the world my little angel who’s got a streak of power I cannot wait to see blossom and grow.
I have just put the finishing touches on my birthing plan. The last few things I needed to think of and decide came into mind tonight. I am feeling so peaceful and relaxed about what is going to happen.
I believe in my body, in my baby, in nature and the highest power – that birthing is natural, can be relaxed and an awe inspiring event for me, for Phill and for our child.
The last month has been physically interesting and eventful (deets below if you are interested) and mentally/emotionally fantastic, reflective and revealing.
For the last 6 days I’ve had a cold (coughing, nose and throat) getting worse day by day – then of course I went back to lemons, honey and ginger and started feeling a teensy bit better today. – MUCH less coughing!! Less than 12 hrs and a tangible result.
I have had my left hip start hurting a month ago and have found myself struggling to walk for shorter and shorter amounts of time each day. Down to an hour or so before I’m grimacing in pain.
I am sleeping for 2 hours at a time and then finding myself struggling to get back to sleep at varying intervals… Insomnia maybe but the non busy time at night/early morning has allowed me to pursue the thoughts, questions and feelings I am now at peace with before birth.
I know this all sounds like I must feel like the first person to ever have been pregnant or given birth… I don’t apologise – this is for me WHAT I have experienced and HOW I’ve experienced these realizations and learning things that many many many of you have experienced, shared and mastered already.
For the first time in my life I’ve allowed myself to experience the unfolding of an event instead of trying to preempt it all. Intellectually KNOW it all in an attempt to calm fears without addressing them. (First trimester totally excluded from this – lol)
The thoughts, fears, experiences, feelings and revelations I have allowed to surface on their own, observed, worked through if required and then been grateful for their occurrence.
I just thought I would share a moment of zen, a moment of appreciation and a moment where I feel no push to achieve anything more than just being me, present and free.
Over the last few weeks I’ve found myself drawn into a lot of the comments and Pro/Anti pages on facebook. It’s been so fascinating to see my opinions and views swinging wildly from one extreme to the other on a variety of subjects.
- I am Pro Science and Pro Alternative Therapy/Theory/Practices, (Organics vs Conventional Farming methods/practices). Oh and where do I even start on the Anti Vaccination vs ‘You’re an irresponsible parent if you don’t Vaccinate’ debate.
- I am Pro Raw/Healthy/Paleo food and Pro just anything that tastes good.
It’s so strange to watch the trolls go ape on each other and to see just how nasty people can be. I’ve been asking myself to step outside the fueled rage I see and look for the deeper reasons that people would do these sorts of things to other humans. My prelim conclusion is that it’s an outpouring of expression (a need to be heard) and an attempt at finding some significance /power in a world where opinions are now how we seem to judge and value one another.
I spent a bit of time talking to Phill about it and I realised about an hour and a half later, that I had been rambling about this Pro/Anti, For/Against and Black/White type of thing for most of the time. A few weeks ago we were talking to a friend of ours who we look up to as a fount of knowledge on holistic health, and she was saying that a system that is healthy can manage Balance. A little bit from column A and column B. That makes so much sense to me right now. I’m looking at the 1000’s of choices and decisions I will be making soon (and for quite a while) when we introduce our child into this world and I’m realising that the only thing that really matters, is that we are all happy. Happy in following what makes us feel good and energetic. Vibrant and Alive. Happiness is a struggle when you are fighting for a position in a Pro/Anti argument, trying to convince (who really) that they are wrong.
The things that we choose to do are no more right or wrong than the next person. There is no right or wrong in the grand scheme of things. What works for one, may not for another. The universal truths are actually the most simple principles and recognisable to anyone who reflects enough on the true intention of an action, opinion or theory. All the rules I have adhered to through out my life have been to keep me safe from perceived harm – be it my own perception or religion, government or other institutions and people I have held as ‘the authority’ on a topic or subject. And a fun fact that dawned on me a few years ago, is that guilt is a great indicator of when I go against my own values, AND a perfect time to reassess that value and it’s significance in my life anymore.
The extremes of swinging from one Polarity to another has been a massive pattern of mine in the past and recognising it, before it happens again, has been one of the most amazing parts of growing up or learning with the intention of being good to myself. Self judgement and ‘I should have known better’, has never done me much good and the floundering in ‘what ifs’ has only caused me to ab-react further without being present enough and reflective enough to realise when I have experienced enough of a ‘type of doing’ to learn/grow.
Balance isn’t the absence of movement for me. Balance is a way of receiving from all sides of a topic. A way of forging my own path forward with knowledge gleaned from other’s experiences. Towards the positive intention behind all such ideas/sharing.
There are so many wonderful things to experience in life and the poison and bile that I see on a lot of these blogs, posts and comments, are no longer the way I see things. Instead of adamantly pushing against something, I am far more interested in looking at what I am fighting ‘for’. If I am anti ‘this’ then what is the opposite, positive intention I am not making conscious (cause I’m in the heat of the fight)?
I’m not sure where this sits in the ‘duality’ stuff I’ve come across recently – more research into that later I think.
So I think these are my new life’s lessons, intentions or directions;
- Pro health – physical, mental, spiritual and all other senses of a holistic nature
- Pro freedom and being able to make your own choices
- Pro environmental harmony and sustainability
- Pro love – be it close relationships, friends or anyone who is part of this human experience
Being present and reflection are the two big actions that will help me to be more aware of when I am getting sucked into the old habit of defending a position I haven’t fully reconsidered properly. So both of those together seem to be ‘Mindfulness’.
Taking the time to shift my views, my thoughts and my values has been the most life changing undertaking of my life. In the past few months the significance of this process has been very noticeable and I am so thankful and appreciative to the people who have helped me to learn how to do it, who have been the ‘anti’ person with whom I have fought, or my own dark moments of the soul, that have forced me to reevaluate when I was getting carried away thoughtlessly.
If something feels bad – then it probably is. So simple, yet so difficult to do something about sometimes.
Finally after years of searching, doing courses, finding mentors, successes, failures and ‘experiments’ down so many different avenues… I have finally realised what I’ve been searching for and finally allowed myself to express what I am really here to do with my life. It’s been one of those – OMG DUH!!! moments of realisation. (Thank goodness for Coaches aye?)
In the last year since leaving my corporate job, I have done some amazing courses and spent time getting in touch with who I really am. A very spiritual and non-materialistic experience to rival the years of accumulation of ‘stuff’. I’ve dropped all the masks and the ‘should be’s that I carried around for the many many years before that.
My focus, message and who-I-really-am, is about Emotional, Spiritual and Lifestyle Happiness and Fulfillment.
I’m yet to nut out the deets of how to integrate this new perspective, into what I’ve done already, and that’s half the fun of these sorts of breakthroughs. My personal and business focus is shifting to be about Happiness and Fulfillment and not the ‘image of success’ that is so over abundantly advertised in every movie, TV show and general mainstream media messages. Not to mention majority of the facebook pages about ‘success’. They give an image or visualisation of the ‘stuff’ that you should want to show ‘success’.
So – in a nut shell, for the last few years I’ve been trying to emulate business models and the coaching topics that I believed were the ‘Shoulds’, ‘Supposed toos’ and ‘Successful’ topics. The major one being of course, Money and Financial Success. What I’ve allowed myself to let go of now is that drive to compete with the players in that sphere. There are so so many amazing teachers, coaches and practitioners who’s messages and methods are fantastic, replicable and proven. So why reinvent the wheel?!?!
Everyday I talk to people who are struggling with conflicts that come from internal pressure and stress to be 1000 different things to 1000 different people. So many issues that people are dealing with daily, that are not their responsibility or their heart’s desires.
In the next few weeks I’ll be reimaging, reworking and rebranding. I am feeling so relieved and energised. Excited and content.
When you hit on a truth and it resonates, your whole world comes together and things start to flow.
My focus, message and who-I-really-am, is about Emotional, Spiritual and Lifestyle Happiness and Fulfillment.
The essence of which is ‘Feeling Good’. Everything we do out of effort, guilt, obligation.. sometimes needs to be redressed to allow for a new perspective and decision to be made.
So, as if I’m the first person ever pregnant, here’s what I’ve noticed;
Center of gravity has changed, a bit more clumsy than usual
Almost putting my iPhone in the dishwasher or sink at least 4 times now
itchy skin (gots my first *pregnancy* stretchmark – which I think is just so cool)
bending is a whole new concentrated effort
reaching for stuff – well, lets just say I gotta get closer than I used to
springing up from the couch – thing of the past!
OMG Chocolate (‘believable’ excuse I know)
Surprise naps – waking up wondering what happened
enjoying walks – my legs really like the feeling now
craving fruit – oranges, green apples, kiwi fruit, passionfruit
shiny, suuuuper long and great hair and nails
irresistible urge to dance around the house
I’m enjoying it so much now. I’m still working through the emotional, spiritual and mental stuff it’s bringing up. Not nearly as much as the first 3 months. I’m finding that the Personal Development study I’m doing now, hits home harder. Yesterday I watched John Assaraf’s Brainathon – wicked information in there.
- Accept the ‘right now’
- Express and give the issue a voice
- Letting go (exhaling)
- And found myself watching some of Oprah’s Life and Masterclasses. Surrender to the ‘I am’
I also am realising the immense gratitude I have for my life’s path and who I am now. What I’ve come through, done, achieved and experienced. So many many things to be over the moon with joy about.
- Living in South Africa
- Living in New Zealand
- Living in Australia
- Travelling to India, Peru, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Bali
- Writing, Reading and Learning
- The abundance of food, water and basic human needs
- Music – a good beat and I’m bopping all over the place (see Happy)
- Amazing friends, family and mentors
I’m listening to the audiobook of ‘Power vs. Force‘ at the moment and the evolution of consciousness is something I am feeling have changes to my happiness. Working with the ‘Enlighten Game‘ using “Hoʻoponopono (ho–o-pono-pono) an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness” (wiki). (See Joe Vitale)
I Love You
I got my calibration done and was so humbled by the levels I had in the 8 aspects of life. It’s such a great feeling of peace every time I practice this game.
I am doing so much healing of past ‘stuff’ and I’m so grateful to this little soul inside me, for choosing me and giving me this opportunity to strip away all the old conditioning and beliefs. It’s been an amazing trip so far and next week we find out whether this baby is a little mr or a little miss. Family around us as we do.
Such an exciting time!