An Embody playlist: Vote for Love

It’s election day in my home country and I’m feeling all the feels. So I made an Embody playlist to move to. It’s called Vote for Love. You can find it on Spotify. If you’re feeling unsettled, anxious, hopeless, helpless, and not sure you can handle a particular outcome, try this on. Before you vote,Continue reading “An Embody playlist: Vote for Love”

Why Embody? Learn to trust the sweetness of surrender

My Monday mornings start with a 30 minute phone call with a friend, opening the week in prayerful contemplation. Today led us to the book “A Return to Love” by Marianne Williamson; it opened to this prayer. “I surrender this to you. May it be used for your purposes. I ask that my heart byContinue reading “Why Embody? Learn to trust the sweetness of surrender”

How self-acceptance makes way for peace

There’s another ‘Conversations on Being Human’ to share with you. In this one, Amber Wheatley sheds some light on what it’s like to live in a black body, answering the unasked question, ‘What’s it like to be you?’ There are things I take for granted that Amber helped me understand. Like how I can sitContinue reading “How self-acceptance makes way for peace”

For when your ‘stuff’ starts coming up

Have we laughed, cried, sang, danced, ran, ate, drank, prayed together? That is the question I am sitting in the middle of this New Moon as I’m thinking about who I want to spend more time with in and out of lockdown. I’ve been reading that this moon invites us to reflect on the relationshipsContinue reading “For when your ‘stuff’ starts coming up”

What kind of future could we co-create?

It’s a new moon today, and while I’ve been following the moon’s cycle for a while now, I don’t normally harp on about it too much. This one feels different though. I’ll tell you why. Yesterday an email landed in my inbox from Chani Nicholas. I bought her book, You Were Born for This, recently,Continue reading “What kind of future could we co-create?”

Where are you planting your roots?

I recently learned that the soil in Wales is what makes the trees take on their craggy, gnarly shape. Which presumably means that the same acorn planted in Wales will look different to how it would if it were planted in England, or Scotland or the US or wherever you’re reading this from. This weekContinue reading “Where are you planting your roots?”

A Choice we have even when nothing feels certain

I was supposed to be in London today, preparing for an Embody your Feminine Leadership event scheduled for tomorrow, yet here I am in my home, sitting at my new upcycled writing desk, writing to you, trusting that this is where I am meant to be. I am feeling loads, as I’m sure you areContinue reading “A Choice we have even when nothing feels certain”