Posts Tagged as belief

Spiritual Lessons from a Sprained Knee

I'm heading downstairs to get some breakfast when my left foot slides out in front of me while my right foot stays planted, resulting in a full-on split with my back leg twisted. Not knowing whether anything is broken, I take a couple deep breaths and pull my leg around to ...

News Flash: There’s No Such Thing as a “Fear of the Unknown”

How often do you play the What If... game? What if I take this job and hate it? What if I decide to move and regret it? What if I end up broke and homeless? What if I never fall in love? You'll often hear people talking about their fear of the unknown. Let's pause and ...

Deepen Relationships with Others and Yourself with this Powerful Practice

I recently had a marathon FaceTime chat with a best friend. Even though she and I are very close, I still tend to hold back when it comes to opening up. It's nothing personal to her. I do this with most everyone. I'm working on getting better at asking for help and relying ...

Embrace the Ease

I'm on my way to drop friends off at the bus station when I notice a cyclist standing on the grass crying, her bike on the ground next to her. She's talking to a man, and is clearly upset. I pull over thinking she was either hit by a car ...

Asking for Help: A Challenge

I've got a lot going on in my life right now. Exciting changes are afoot in both my business and my personal life, and while ultimately, it's all good, the process and transition is overwhelming to say the least. I'm not very good at asking for help. Never have been. It's scary. ...

5 Steps to Flip a Blocking Belief

This week marks one year since I began my weight loss and health journey. It’s wild to think it’s been 365+ days since I made the commitment, and it’s crazy to see how far I’ve come. For so long I’d say to myself, “If only I started a year ago, ...

Ask the Coach — Week 20

  This is the column where, each week, I’ll be answering one website visitor’s question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, I've taken things way too personally all my adult life: in relationships, employment and every day life situations. I ...

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