One way to tell if your ‘No’ is your fear or your Truth

I am feeling deeply for all those who are saying, “I can’t.” I can’t tolerate this relationship anymore, I can’t fix this, I can’t accept the way things are being done, I can’t. I can’t is your ‘No’. Finding the courage to hear your own boundary is a huge win. It’s a place that soContinue reading “One way to tell if your ‘No’ is your fear or your Truth”

Embodying your No… First steps out of fear and into Love

This part can be tricky. My ‘No’ is usually highly activated, full of anger, disappointment, hurt, and fear. It’s hard to stay connected to my center and my power when I want to express No: mostly because I’m afraid of rejection…. will my No be accepted? And also the fear of the other person’s reaction…Continue reading “Embodying your No… First steps out of fear and into Love”

Sometimes your Yes doesn’t make sense

“Why don’t you move to London?”, said the guy I had been with twice. “What are you afraid of?”, he asked, noticing my hesitation to kiss him as we waited for the night bus. “Do you want to teach Embody?”, when I had never been to a class, didn’t teach movement, and “wasn’t a dancer”.Continue reading “Sometimes your Yes doesn’t make sense”

Embodying your Yes… A simple practice to make room for what feels good

I’ve spent a lot of time in my life doing what I thought would make other people happy, whether it was my parents or friends or teachers or church leaders or bosses. At the time it didn’t necessarily feel good for me, but I also didn’t have another way to express, “No, I don’t wantContinue reading “Embodying your Yes… A simple practice to make room for what feels good”