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Everyday Opportunities to Create a Connected Relationship with Yourself with Jamie Lerner [Podcast Ep 75]

Jun 14, 2021
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In this episode, Jamie Lerner speaks to the power of consciously creating a harmonious connection between our thoughts and our feelings to create balance, how we can shift into alignment one subject at a time and how to get to where we are to where we want to be.

  • The effects of not having a good relationship with ourselves and how it projects on to others
  • How to avoid getting stuck in beliefs that are no longer serving us
  • What to do when you catch yourself judging someone else and how this reflects how disconnected you are from yourself

Jamie Lerner, co-author of the book The Ever-Loving Essence of You, can put a fresh spin on just about anything that anyone throws her way. Her unique and masterful ability to re-frame even the most difficult situations is astounding. All of a sudden your biggest nightmare becomes your greatest pleasure as she lovingly helps you sift through the contrast and find that small opening of light that quickly becomes your greatest jumping off point for clarity. Unassuming, reassuring and seemingly without any sense of ego, Jamie Lerner is able to put everyone and everything at ease. 

Jamie Lerner is an asset to any corporate setting. She is easily able to untangle the issues at hand and move right along into helping facilitate a solution-based platform for creative, productive, good-feeling collaboration and change. Jamie Lerner can most often be seen working with individuals, children, adults and couples as well as with small groups. She never positions herself as the expert of anything and is always reminding you that it is you who knows best for yourself ALWAYS.

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Now let's do this. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the elevated entrepreneur podcast. I am here today with Jamie Lerner, who is a well-being therapist, and I'm going to let her introduce herself and tell you what she does, who she helps and how she helps them. Jamie, how are you?

I'm really good. Thank you.

Good. So please tell us about you.

Okay. Well, I was born with a knowing and I think that we all are. Um, and then I think that day-to-day contrast of life sometimes just takes us further, further away from our inner knowing inner being, um, which is not a big deal. Um, I was a psychotherapist for awhile and had a private practice and my inner knowing inner being tapped me on the shoulder and reminded me that there was something more that I could be doing to assist people in assisting themselves.

So I gave up that practice because I always felt that as we continue to ask people to look backward, it really makes it a little more difficult sometimes for them to move forward. So now I'm doing something really different, which is, um, assisting people in, getting from where they are in this moment to where they'd like to be. And it's a very gentle and loving process, just assisting people, make a, make a little shift, um, from where they are to where they want to be. And I'm finding that this is a very fun and helpful way to help, um, reconnect with their best selves and then decide from there what they'd like to be doing with that.

Mm. I love that. So is it, um, do you help, like all people, do you have,

You know, it's interesting because I think the people that are attracted to, um, my style of helping are the people that would like to begin helping themselves. So it's people that are, um, wanting to make a shift and take more personal responsibility for how they're creating the relationship with themselves and others and how they're creating the life that they'd like to be living.

Mm. I love that. So when you say shift, is it like, I think we all have to be ready, right. We all have to be absolutely ready to take the next step in order, especially in order to seek out help to do that. Um, so being open enough to say here I am, and I know this isn't where I want to be, but I'm not really sure where I want to be, so I need somebody to help me get there.

Yes. And I think that we, as, um, people in the helping profession that we owe it to our clients to give them permission to ask that question. Cause I think a lot of people don't even know it's okay. That they don't really know what the next step is. So, um, and I think that, um, to begin to ask that question can be really a lot of fun. It doesn't have to be like stressful and feel like pressure. And because I think moment by moment, we really want different things. The most important thing though, is what kind of relationship are we having with ourselves and how can we make that better?

Yeah, yeah. Because that really is what we're using to create our reality.

Yes. And when we don't have a good relationship with ourselves, we tend to project that onto all these other people in our life and strangers as well and other situations. And so that really isn't helping us at all.

All right. And then we call in all this stuff that we don't really want and we don't understand why it's showing

Exactly. And what do we have more of what we don't want it.

Exactly. Exactly. So you find that most of your, your people that come to you, what do you find is their biggest struggle? If you could like pinpoint something?

Well, sometimes we get stuck, um, in a moment, but the moment is a reflection of where we came from and things we heard, the people that we probably thought were the most important people in our lives say to us, and then we kind of bring them along with us and it kind of gets exaggerated and blown out of proportion. And it becomes this kind of ongoing unconscious mantra that we're just not enough.

And when we're able to kind of unpack that and understand it from our right here and now adult perspective, it looks and feels really different. And when we can do that, it becomes so much more manageable because we're then able to say, Oh, that was then, but does that really have anything to do with my now? And usually it does not. And if it does, it's a much lesser, less dramatic, um, easier to digest and understand version. Yeah. So

Yeah, a lot of my, um, you know, students and clients come with money, money, things, money blocks. Uh, so that's, that's what I find. And usually it comes from, you know, just like mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, whoever saying, well, money doesn't grow on trees or do you think I'm a bank?

Or, you know, things like that, like things that I've actually so funny, cause I've actually talked about this a lot this week. Um, you know, things we pick up and carry along with us from our childhood or any other type of person in authority, you know, when we're younger, um, or somebody that we feel like knows more than us and is helping us navigate the world. Right. And that's really where we get our limiting beliefs, any beliefs, not even just our limiting beliefs, any beliefs we get from the people that are surrounding us at the time when, where that little sponge, you know?

Yes. I think that's true. And sometimes we're completely unaware of just that.

Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. And we don't real, especially, you know, now grown up at, you know, 47, I'm like, Oh, um, yeah, those things don't matter to me now, like in the same way that they did then, and I love that you help people shift through that stuff. And because then you're just learning more about yourself.

Exactly. And I think you're also then able to trust yourself when you have a thought that is different from the thought you had, you know, every single day up to this point,

Right. And it's taking your power back And that you didn't even realize you love

Exactly. But you know, the great thing about this is this is like something to laugh about because it is only funny and not thinking you're laughing at yourself, but you're kind of laughing with yourself because I think that laughter gives all these issues that we perceive to be so big, like a little levity. And then it also allows us to give ourselves a break and not make everything so heavy and intense. And it's a moment. And then, you know, how can we move on to the next moment?

Yeah, exactly. A lot of people get, like you said before, it gets stuck in a moment and then just kind of relive it through a whole bunch of different ways throughout their life. And don't even realize that that moment is what is, you know, creating for them. Like they're not the ones creating it. I mean they are, but they're creating from that belief or moment that isn't serving them any longer and wondering why they're stuck.

Exactly. And sometimes people get really upset because they think that I'm trying to take that moment away from them. And that moment has actually been the moment that is defined them up until now. And so I explained to people, I will never take that away from you. You can argue for your limitations all day long, but let's reframe it and let's use that moment, um, think about it in a different way so that it will serve you. And that's very doable.

Absolutely. Absolutely. And again, it's just being open enough to want to do it.

Yeah. Or, or to say, okay, I know that this is possible and I don't want to do it. I want to be stuck. I'm taking responsibility for that. And I think there's a lot of power in that. I choose to be a victim my whole life. I have no interest in being healthy. You know, those are very powerful statements. It, it really is. You once again, standing in your power of, of just that. And that's okay too.

Yeah, yeah. No, but yeah, exactly. When you stand and say, this is what I want, whether it's what everyone else thinks you should have

Or not doesn't matter. Yes. That's just right. Yes. Yeah, exactly.

That's perfect. So in talking about all the endless opportunities that we have every day, let's run some of those.

Um, well I think contrast is wonderful. And what does contrast contrast is everything we do not want because when we know what we don't want, that's more able to identify what we do. So I like to think of contrast is, um, kind of like the beginning of endless opportunities and it really does assist people in becoming clear. It's the jumping off point for clarity. And um, so that's another way of reframing, uh, lots of things in people's lives that they are not happy about. However, we don't stop.

There we go from, what is it that you do want, which is a huge question. And I think people really freak out about that. Full-on um, but when people can slowly start asking themselves not what does someone else want for me or what should I want, but truly like, what do I want? I think that's when we really begin to have fun with, you know, stepping into a life that we'd like to create for ourselves.

Yes, absolutely. I love that. Um, you know, it all starts with a decision. Well, it all starts really with acknowledgement, right? Yeah. Acknowledgement. And then from that acknowledgement, we have to make a decision.

Well, we don't have to, but we can,

Well, you're right. I guess we don't have to, well, in a way not making a decision is still making a decision. Yes. No, you can really, you are deciding whether you think you are or not. You're either choosing to stay right where you are, you're choosing to move forward or change something or be different, or you're going to go backwards, which nobody wants to do. I help.

Well, some people want to, and it's hard for me to, even though I totally accept and respect and understand it, it, I feel so sad when that happens, because I know that there's so much more ahead

And so much potential, so many possibilities. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yes. So, okay. That's amazing. We can, you know, we can do that. What are, what are some little things every day that we might, that might pop up in our life and we're like, Oh, Oh, I have this, this is an opportunity for me to, to get to know myself better.

So every moment that we're in judgment of another and we catch ourselves, that is such a great opportunity to understand that you are disconnected from yourself because when we, and you're probably judging yourself, because then we're connected to ourselves. We're not judging anybody when we're connected to ourselves.

We're probably liking who we are in that moment. And from that place, we see everyone else in a positive light, but when we're judging and we catch ourselves, not that we should like be rate ourselves and put ourselves down, but we should laugh just to kind of like remind ourselves like, Oh, I'm just kind of disconnected here. No. Or I certainly would not be like projecting all of this negativity on a complete stranger that I'm walking across the street. It's like kind of like these random moments, um, that are really helpful to make us more conscious of our connection and disconnection with ourselves. And just the reminder is a way of connecting us back up to where we are and who we are in the moment.

Hmm. Yeah. And because we're not taught this, you know, when we're younger, we're not taught any of this. When we were younger, how to, you know, realize our thoughts or our feelings or emotions that we just know, this is anger. This is sadness. This is happy. This is ecstatic. You know, there's different degrees of every emotion, but we put specific names on them, but we don't look into ourselves when we're having them.

No. And when we can and when we do, it's really helpful. Um, so first thing in the morning to sit and address yourself is I think really helpful before you do anything for anybody else, just to sit in quiet and to kind of like, you know, have a few moments of reflection and appreciation about who you are, who you are.

It's a very nurturing and loving way to set the tone for the day. And we're not talking about not even 10 minutes, but five minutes to maybe have a cup of coffee before you make a cup of coffee for someone to eat breakfast before you make and serve breakfast to others, to put your own oxygen mask on before you assist other people and assisting other people could just be, you know, being in a household of others.

And if you're a mom, then you're probably doing all of those things before addressing yourself. And then your mid-day resentful and angry and depleted, and you have no clue why, or what's going on and that doesn't serve anybody. Does you, it doesn't serve your family. Doesn't serve your employer. I mean, it just it's and it's not necessary.

Right? Yeah. And if it's not serving you period, it's not serving anybody. Yeah.

It's so true. It's really, really true. And in some ways it's like counterintuitive for people. Yes. Yes.

It's like, we all have to learn how to be backwards in some ways, in order to figure out who we really are and what like really that's, it we'll go backwards to learn who you truly are because right now, unless you've done some deep work, you're still not you.

Oh, you're certainly not getting all the wonderful benefits of it. It's almost like you've cut your inner being off from you. You've cut your best self off from you. Yeah. Um, and that's just not the way it's supposed to be. I really believe wellbeing is our birth, right? Yes,

Yes. And our true selves is as well, but how we learn and how we experience things through other people's perceptions and beliefs in the beginning is learned.

Right. And yes. And it can be unlearned very quickly.

Exactly. But not a lot of people know that they can unlearn.

Yeah. So I am here to say guys, review that. Yes you can. And it doesn't have to be hard and you don't have to struggle. And you could pick, you know, in a moment's notice you could make a tiny little shift that will feel so much better when it feels better. It is

Right. And all of a sudden you go, Oh yeah. Like all this it's like a release. And you're like, what just happened?

Yeah. Yeah.

Yeah. I love that. I was just watching, um, some Instagram stories before we came on here and there was somebody on there that was doing a video. And in the video it literally said they were sitting on their porch. They live in Sedona, Arizona. So gorgeous, gorgeous, you know, land. They're the big mountain red mountains. And it's just amazing. I haven't been there myself, but it's on my bucket list. Okay. Um, but he said, I am just sitting here on my, on my deck, just sitting in gratitude and joy and happiness. And don't even like, care about what the next thing on my to-do list is right now.

Okay. That's wonderful. Yeah. I was like, yes. You know? Yeah. Emojis all over the place. Yeah, that's right.

Yeah. And so if you can do that in the morning, I mean, I know it's not, you know, not everyone can do that in the morning, especially if got little ones. Um, but if you can wake up even 10 minutes before they do no. And just sit with yourself, is it does really set your day to a whole other level.

I a hundred percent agree. Yeah. Once again, it's it's and that's a choice, an important choice that you can, or one can make for themselves. Yes.

And breathing, I think is another very important, um, way to connect with yourself as well.

Yes. Yeah.

Just taking the deep breaths and then, but feeling it and concentrating on that breath and just following it and center yourself and you, you're just in the present moment, the past and the future don't matter in that second. And that's the best thing you can do for yourself. I think, you know, on every day, if you can do it every day, do whatever, like five minutes, two minutes.

Yeah. It's amazing. How many of us literally walk through our day holding our breath? Yes. I know.

I catch myself doing it sometimes too. I'm like, Oh. Or the other thing I find myself doing too, is like clenching my jaw and I don't eat. And I'm like, Oh, why am I doing

Well, just laugh. Cause you can clench your jaw when you're laughing and you can not hold your breath when you're laughing. And I am laughing all day long.

Yes. That's. I love to do, I'll laugh at myself because you know, a lot of us are sitting here, uh, by ourselves right now. Right. Um, you know, in our houses or, you know, whatever. And especially us, you know, solo entrepreneurs or even if we have a team we're not together really right now. Right. Um, or we have a virtual team and we're sitting alone most of the time. So yeah. I have like meetings with myself all the time. Like, and yeah, I have to laugh at myself, no laugh at yourself, you know, don't take it so seriously. Like

This is true. We take it all too seriously. And we must quiet the inner critic because that is not, first of all, 90% of the things that we're saying to herself are not even be true. They're absurd. Ridiculous. Yeah.

Yeah. I always asked myself or somebody else, if, if that's what we're talking about at the moment, like would say those things to your mother, do you say those things to your kids think about that. If you wouldn't say it to them, why were you, why are you saying it to yourself? So I love that, um, you know, that you are educating and helping people understand this because it's, it's very important.

And I don't even want to say, understand, maybe understand his name and the right word. It's guiding them to find themselves. Yes. Yeah. And I love, I love that. And you know, you mentioned stories like your storyline, um, and how we can change our story too. I talk about that a lot too, is flipping the script and changing the story. Um, I'm always trying to flip people's perspectives from one thing to another.

Yeah. And if you can change the whole story, just change a line or a word or the tone. Oh, there are many ways to go about it, to soften the story. It's interesting because we get the most attention when we are speaking about our life in terms of drama and trauma and all the things that horrible things that have happened to us and we get tons of attention.

And so we have in many ways being conditioned to believe that that'd be as our story, because now we have a lot of attention. When in fact, if you were actually look at that story that you're telling, which most people aren't even aware of, the story they're telling, is that even true? And most people would say like, no, it's not true. It's probably been exaggerated times a hundred. So I mean, how does it feel when you're telling the story? And most people would say like, Hmm, not very good. Well then it's probably not the land you want to be living. So change it a little

Bit. What would feel good?

Exactly. And that's a great question.

And that's another question that people look at you, like you have six heads when you, Like, what do you mean? What would it be like? I'm great at feeling crappy, but I have no idea, like what would feel good. Yes. And that, that is why I think both of us do what we do, right? Yes. Because we don't want people to feel crappy.

Well, I think it's important that people know there's another option. Yeah. Some people are not even aware that they have another option. So I think that's very helpful. And I think also, um, people like us that the best way of teaching is walking or tall. Yeah. So when you are actually going through life and being to yourself and connecting with other people and unconditionally serving in a way that, you know, you're not really expecting anything back because that's not where you're doing it. I think that that really provides people with a safe place or they can just sit with themselves and maybe rethink some of the things that they thought were true.

Yes. I love that. Yes. I'm just, I'm thinking about it right now. And I think the other important thing is to, I had a problem with this in the beginning when I first started my like, you know, self-development self-awareness journey was that I felt like I was doing it wrong.

Or even if there's no, you can't do it wrong.

Exactly. But when, you know, you're when you're learning from all these people and you're getting all this new information and this isn't something that you have walked this path on before the like you're brand new to this. And people are like, Oh, well, you know, this is how you X, this is how you, Y this is how you Z, right. So you think you're supposed to do it that way. Not understanding that there isn't really a right way that people are, most people are just trying to explain the basic gist of how, like, how you meditate, how, like, I remember when I first started meditating, I'm like, and I was talking to my own energy healer, Alex, and I said, I don't know how to meditate. And she's like, what do you mean you don't? She's like, you just sit in, you know, and be with yourself.

You don't have to breathe a certain way. You have to, you know, think certain thoughts. You don't, you try to clear your mind. You bring the thoughts in you and you release and you, you know, do the things. Yeah. There are techniques, but there is no wrong way to meditate. It's honestly, meditating is just sitting and breathing.

Yeah. Yeah. And I think our happiest moments, wherever we are, and maybe it's just enjoying nature or taking a walk, but we are in meditation, like natural meditation. It's just, you know, we're at ease with ourselves and yes, that's, that's it.

Yeah. And those moments too, like I find that many people, including myself in the beginning of my spiritual journey as well, that, you know, you're like, Oh, you have to do a certain things or maybe want to say a certain way, but you have to be being a certain way in order to be spiritual, which is full.

You can take a walk. Yeah.

You know, down up Nate, nature path down your way. It doesn't even matter. Take it. It's how, you know, what you're experiencing and in the energy you're bringing in and giving out when you do it, that's what spiritual

It is. It's very individual. But the other thing is, you know, encourage people to trust herself. Like if it doesn't resonate with you find something that does like, you know, you know, you always know for yourself, whether you don't know why or how, you know, but this whole intuition, everyone has it tap into it, trust yourself, you know, you get that gut feeling, listen to it. You definitely know. And it doesn't matter how or why you, you know, for yourself, you don't know for others, but you know, for herself.

Yes. And sometimes it can feel like, you know, somebody will, well, especially, you know, if you're a coach or some other type of a service provider in the, in any space, I was going to say in the online space, but it doesn't really matter that, you know, someone will come to you with their problem and you have a solution because that's why they came to you because they knew you had the solution, but they come to you and, you know, they, they feel like they're doing it, they're doing something wrong. And that's why they can't get to where they want to go. And you try to explain to them, well, how does it feel? Well, I don't know that that's an answer I get often. And it's okay to not know at the moment. That's why we're here to help you understand and to know, right.

We don't, it really just all comes down to, for, in my opinion, society and the, and the environment you were in growing up. And it's, that doesn't mean that it had to be bad or, or perceived as bad by society. It just means that the people that were surrounded, that you were surrounded by had certain beliefs and certain, a certain energy around certain things, and you pick those up and now we're older.

Now we're a little more woke. Right. And we're all saying, Oh, um, I don't like the way that feels anymore, but we don't know how to not feel that way about that thing because nobody ever taught us.

And that's why I think reframing is such a, both real to

[inaudible]. But when, when we say to ourselves, well, nobody ever taught me to do that. Nobody ever has to teach you to do it. That's the amazing thing. I guess, maybe you just needed the information to know that you have this inside you, this intuition inside you, just knowing that and trusting yourself, which is completely against the grain these days. Right.

Or not even these days, but in the past, maybe as you were growing up, nobody ever said, Hey, you know, you can trust yourself. So we don't realize that we can do that, like that it's in us, that we have a power to. And I think that's super important to get that message out there as well, that you have the power inside of you already to the path that you are supposed to, you know, that you were put here for, you already have the GPS.

Yes, exactly. Yeah. I think that's really true. And it's kind of like, um, Dorothy, and the rest of her violence, you know, clicking her, like you had the power all along. That's really funny when you go back and look at what that was the message. It was so great. You know, like those Ruby shoes are awesome. We need some of those. We already have them, the little Ruby slippers, like right inside your gut. Right. They're there the whole time.

Yeah. I love that. That's amazing. So tell, um, tell us where we can find you on, on the internet and, um, um, and tell us about the 15 minutes of,

Um, yes. I have a service which is actually pre COVID, but it's worked out great. It's called the quickie lovely texting option. Awesome. And, um, yeah, so, uh, you can purchase time and then text me and then I will text you back. And it's really a nice way to work with people because they are actually, um, using me as a conduit to answer their own questions. They'll text me, I'll text them back, but they'll realize that they already knew the answer. And it's wonderful because they have this ongoing transcript of the conversation between, between us and I really like it because I think that when we talk to people that they can only us from where they are in that moment, but 10 minutes later, they might be somewhere else and they would interpret that conversation differently.

So having this transcript to go back to what I think is really helpful, and it also allows people to see that they really did know for themselves, so they didn't fully believe they knew. So, um, yes. So that's also on my website, which is www.jamie-lerner.com. And I do put out a Facebook inspirational message or quote or something every day. However, I do not really do it for others. I do it for myself. And so I have to say that I'm not one of those people that have a million followers, because I never felt comfortable asking someone to follow them. I would love to say join me, but that's not an option on Facebook. So anyway,

I guess it all depends on, on how you look at it. Right.

And look at it. But you can only ask people to click the follow me button, which I have never felt comfortable doing, because I think that we should have people join us if they want, but I don't want anyone to follow me. I really don't find that to really, to, you know, to carve out their own path for themselves. Um, anyways, so yeah, so I am on Facebook. I have not been able to keep up with Instagram. I tried, I trust me. I did. I just can't do it. I can't do it. So, um, yes.

So that's one of those, you know, things that, if it doesn't feel good, you know,

I know, and I just keep trying, I just can't. I just, I just connect. So I've let it go for now, which is, um, which is okay.

It is absolutely you're welcome. I did the same thing with clubhouse lately. I, um, I was on clubhouse and I was gonna do a weekly, you know, clubhouse. And I was like, you know what? No, I'm not,

It feels better. That's always the question. Do you feel better to, or don't have to.

Yeah. I mean, I loved, you know, I was in there a few times with, you know, in rooms and chatting and I love it. I do love it. I just, I don't, I'm not a big schedule person. Right. So I'm not a big, you know, like I'm going to go live on Tuesdays at two, every Tuesday at two. No, that's just not me. And it doesn't feel great to me. Right. I like to go live post, do whatever it is that I do when I'm inspired to do it.

I like that because that feels real. Yeah. So

That's just how I've, you know, let go of all the expectations of, Oh, you got to, you know, post every day and you get to do that. I'm S I'm still consistent. I still show up. I just do it on my own time.

That's correct.

Yeah. And I encourage everyone to do the same. I mean, if you're, if you are not doing it to avoid it, then that's a different story.

Exactly. But you're in alignment in what you're doing

Exactly. What if it feels good and it's in alignment and you know, things are working and they feel good. Then keep going, keep doing it just because it's not the way every other person that you follow did it doesn't mean it's not going to work for you.

I like that. Yes.

So, awesome. I am going to put on weight. You'll probably talk for another hour. Um, I'm going to put all of your information into the show notes. So please go show Jamie some love, uh, not on Instagram.

No, but I would much prefer you show yourself some self-love love yourself. People trust yourself, know yourself. Yeah,

Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. So if you're listening to this episode, please screenshot it and tag us in your well, tag me in your stories. Um, and please send me any messages that you would like to pass on to Jamie. And I will be happy to send them along to her. Um, but yes, if you could tell us what you took away from this and tell us, you know, if there's tips that we gave you, that you're going to try out, try them out and let us, let us know how they went, because we want to hear, we want to hear all of the amazing things that you're doing, especially when it comes to loving yourself. So Jamie, thank you again.

Thank you for inviting me. This has been so fun.

Good. All right, everyone. We'll see you in the next episode. Have you ever wondered why? Some days you're so energized that whipping through actions in your businesses, a breeze and others, you feel like it just want to go back to bed, pull the covers over and totally retreat from the world. 

Maybe there are weeks where everything feels easier and the abundance is flowing while others feel like you're smashing your head on a brick wall. And resistance seems to roll leading to a ton of trash talk going on in your head. If you're anything like me and most entrepreneurs, you've tried to just push through and keep hustling. Even when your mind, body and soul are crying out for rest, because that's what we've been taught. We need to do to be successful. Go, go, go 24 seven. What if I told you it doesn't have to be that way.

Imagine just for a moment that you could create an abundant, profitable business without living on the edge of exhaustion and burnout. What if you could totally enjoy your business in a state of joy, ease and flow? What if you could find that healthy balance of business, life and self without the guilt of not being on all the time while using the power and energy of the lunar cycles, you can, when you work with the cycles of the moon, you create more flow and ease.

There's less just surviving and more thriving. Knowing when to floor the gas pedal and when to hit the brake, you'll no longer need to push or force your way forward. Instead, you can switch into receiving mode, flowing with the natural energies of the moment. You don't always have to be on in order to be successful and get big things done.

In fact, it's not natural or healthy and could even be a barrier to the ultimate success of your business. So I want to introduce you to moon circle magic in this vibration, raising monthly membership community, I'm bringing you energetic, spiritual, and practical ways. Mixing the woo with the do that allows you to have a business and or life that you truly enjoy, and totally reflects who you are using the moon's phases and energy. I've created a safe and supportive space that allows you full permission to find you and your personal fulfillment. Self-love abundance confidence, and to connect with your intuition. So you learn to lead from your soul and have the passionate profitable business you want. The link to this is in the show notes, or you can visit my [email protected]

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