Happy Independence Day

July 3, 2020

 

 

 

As America celebrates Independence Day this year, many are not feeling so independent. After being quarantined in our homes for months, our routines disrupted, jobs lost, asked to wear masks and gloves when going out for essentials,  loved ones dying because of this virus, fear spreading everywhere and unrest in the streets, we’ve become more and more depended on a system that is collapsing before our eyes. America was founded on the truth that all men are created equal and we have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. These principles were encoded with a spiritual energy that when fully understood and implemented created a power connecting humanity to infinite intelligence.

The magnitude of the words that the Declaration for Independence message was revealing has been forgotten. Some how we have strayed so far off course we can not go back to find it. We must now create a new road map. We must forge ahead and construct a path that is sustainable, practical, feasible, flexible, and possible. We must create a new declaration.

I believe that we need to celebrate interdependence. We need each other more than ever. Nothing functions independently in nature. Everything is connected. Our bodies work the same way. Sickness occurs when our cells are miscommunicating with one another. The planet is ailing because we have disconnected with nature. This is the major problem of the world today.

Just like addicts, we have become co-dependent. Relying too heavily on one another weakens the whole. There is a price to pay for freedom, health, happiness, and the good things in life. It is taking responsibility for your thoughts, words, actions, and deeds. What role can you take this Independence Day that will bring this change into the world?  How can you show up differently? Who can you collaborate with to create something positive? Where can you go to look for answers? We are interdependent beings, connected by invisible threads.  When we learn how to communicate harmoniously we will restore life, liberty and be happy!


Going Down the Rabbit Hole

October 9, 2019

“If you don’t know where your going, you’ll wind up some where else.”

Yogi Berra

What is it that you really want? When I was a teenager, I didn’t have a purpose or direction in life. I didn’t have a focus that kept my attention. My father got sick when I was about 14 years old and passed over when I turned 17. He lived with cancer for a few years which was a very difficult time for my family. I completely rebelled and lost sight of anything and everything that I could have wanted for myself. I had no aspirations or goals. I was just drifting.

I was in  survival mode. As time passed and our family healed from our loss, I was able to begin looking at my future with new eyes. I started focusing on what I wanted in life and applied my gifts and talents to horticulture. I opened a plant business which I truly loved. My attention on learning everything I could about plants grew and grew (and so did my plants). As I evolved so did my passion to learn about nature, health, herbs and about people. This took me to the field I am in today, coaching. I love it!

 

 

You see, when you’re not sure where you want to go, any road will take you there. When you have clarity, you can navigate a path that will bring so much joy, satisfaction and happiness into your life. Having a purpose and sticking with it, is the answer to so many of your life’s questions. So, ask yourself, what do you really want? What are you willing to devote your life too? There is something inside of you that no one else can do just like you! If you want to go down the rabbit hole, make sure it is with a purpose, otherwise any road will take you to no where.

 

 


Happy Thanksgiving

November 22, 2018

 

Greetings,

During the Holidays, it might be challenging for many to feel happy or peaceful when you get together with family members due to past or present hurts and emotional pain. Emotions may come up that cause you shut down, get angry, or feel betrayed. Old wounds surface if someone says or does something that triggers you. It isn’t easy dealing with the people closest to us at times. They are the ones that can press your buttons and know what buttons  to press to get a reaction out of you.

Your feelings are your best guidance system. They are there to let you know exactly what you need to heal inside of you. When they surface, pay attention to them. Don’t dismiss them by drowning them with to much alcohol, numbing yourself with drugs or  stuffing yourself with to much food. Instead, read an inspirational passage in a book, watch an uplifting movie, volunteer for a few hours to those less fortunate, take a walk or whatever brings joy into your heart. If you need to dismiss yourself from the gathering to protect yourself, that too is OK.

Thanksgiving is about giving thanks, being grateful and appreciating what you do have and feeling good will connect you with those emotions.

May your Thanksgiving be filled with peace, love and joy!


All Cued Up

February 15, 2018

 

I am taking a course right now on Emotional Intelligence. I have taken this course before however I want to see how I can improve in the areas that still trigger my emotions. I still have plenty of room to grow! My emotional triggers are usually small things like my cell phone not working properly or my computer acting up. Then again I have some family members that can press certain buttons that try to stir things up.

What I find is missing when I work only with my EQ is my SQ or my spiritual intelligence. Without considering how this effects my EQ is leaving out a huge part of the equation. We are body, mind and soul. Therefore IQ (intelligence) EQ (emotional) and SQ (spiritual). When I coach people, I have discovered that most of their struggles are between the emotional and spiritual realms.

When I help people become aware of  this missing link we open up the possibilities for healing their emotions, as well as tapping into intelligence’s that  they never even were conscious of before. They increase their energy levels, productivity, health and happiness.

Here are 3 easy things to do to become aware and integrate your EQ and SQ.

1- When you are noticing your feelings, ask for guidance. Just see if you can quite your mind and listen.

2- Get comfortable in silence. Allow yourself the pleasure of just being. Feel the energy of the life force course through your body and mind without any judgement.

3- When something or someone presses your buttons, before you react, put your hand over your heart and breath.

These practices and more take time.  Need some guidance? Let’s have a conversation. Call me for a FREE consultation.

 


Can You Help Me?

September 7, 2017

Let There Be Light! Everything that thrives is fed by light. If you lift up a rock, and there was a seed under it, you will see that it sprouted but it is a colorless and a stunted seedling searching for the light.  Within a few hours of warmth and  filtered light, you will see that it straightened itself and  color began coursing through its veins.

We too need to have the weight of a burden lifted from our shoulders in order to thrive. We need to be in an environment that is encouraging  and supportive to restore health and happiness.

With all that is going on the world today, you can be a beacon of light? How can you be of service?

Blessings,

Monica



Thought Power

April 8, 2014

thought power

All the great thinkers, theologians, scientists and philosophers, have disagreed on many subjects. However, there is one thought that they all agreed on. That is, that we become what we think about. Here is how Brian Tracy articulates it:

Aristotle said that we live in a universe governed by law and order. He said that everything that happens, happens for a specific reason, whether or not we know what that reason is.
The law of cause and effect says that, for every effect in your life, there is a specific cause. Nothing happens by accident. Success has specific causes. Happiness has specific causes. Prosperity and wealth have specific causes. Everything you do, or fail to do, has an effect or a result, positive or negative, somewhere in your life. Your job is to find out the cause-effect relationships and apply them to your own advantage.
The most important application of the law of cause and effect is this. “Thoughts are causes, and conditions are effects.”
In the Old Testament it says, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”
In the New Testament it says, “According to your faith, it is done unto you.”
If you want to change or improve any of the conditions in your life, you must change or improve your thinking. And when you change your thinking, you change your life and everything that happens to you. And there is no other way!