The Stars Are Aligning.

Whether you know me from my work as an actress or through the self-empowerment work I do on social media, I’m so glad we’ve found each other here.

Energy is my first language.

I believe that everyone we meet, either in the physical or spiritual realm, comes into our lives to help us along on our journeys.  Trust that of the millions of websites you could be at right now, the Universe led you here and for a very special reason.

We’re so used to living in a world where only what is tangible is real.

Making it easy to only believe in what our eyes can see, and our hands can touch. The practice of mindfulness and compassion can help us choose to perceive the outside world from a perspective that is of service to our spiritual health and growth.

Just like how our body gets tired and run down and needs a break from time to time, so does our soul. When we veer off a steady diet of love and gratitude, our spirit begins to lack the proper nutrients to let our energy flow.  Much like our ability to walk up a flight of stairs requires a certain level of fitness, our ability to choose love in challenging situations (both big and small) requires a healthy connection to our higher self.

As someone who struggled with depression for years.

I’ve learned that having compassion and reframing how I’m thinking can mean the difference between feeling broken or having what I like to call, a spiritual cold. Instead of the physical symptoms of a fever keeping you up all night, the spiritual symptoms might appear as anxiety. The physical aches and pains that make having a cold so uncomfortable, now manifest as feelings of being unloved and not good enough. Headaches show up as nagging, self-deprecating thoughts.  If being of service to others is starting to feel like thankless work, it’s time to take a break. That’s the tickle in your throat, letting you know to be kinder to yourself, and to get some rest because just like a cold, a pessimistic attitude is every bit as contagious.

When our soul is healthy, we’re happy for our friends, social media is fun, and we worry less.   If we’re continually getting signs of fatigue from our bodies and don’t rest, eventually our body will take over and shut everything down, whether we have the time for the break or not.  Our nature is not to be cruel and uncaring, just like it’s not our nature to be sick or weak.

By following your impulse one step further and subscribing to my spiritual blog, you’ll get emotional workouts for your soul and learn new ways to perceive your pain.

Love does heal.  Gratitude interrupts anxiety and compassion is life’s natural valium. Taken consistently, morning and night, I promise you will start to feel your natural joy come back.

Thank you for visiting my site.  May you leave having received what you needed today, remembering that you are so deeply loved. May you be well and at peace.

Lisa xo


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