Reflect. Reframe. Refocus.

Solar Eclipse Significance Some of you may be aware of the significance of the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. In astrological terms this points to bold, confident changes leading to long-term success. Here’s my take on it. If there’s something you want to change in your life, particularly if that is related to long-term goals, now is the time to focus on that and bring it into alignment! The new moon represents a new beginning, a new cycle, but this is not just a new cycle of the moon, but also a new eclipse cycle that governs the next six months.  This is an ideal time to make a fresh start. A time to get rid of old behaviours and beliefs that no longer serve you. To get clear on your possibilities and goals. To live the life you truly desire and deserve. Since August 13th, mercury has also been in retrograde. This is a time when we may feel frustrated or irritable at ourselves or others, and when we are often re-evaluating how we’re speaking both internally and externally.   What stories are you telling yourself? Are these actually true? How do you interpret the life you’re living? Who are you?  If you’re feeling timid right now, feel into those times when you felt courageous and brave. Notice any sensations that brings up in your body. If you’re feeling invincible, is this actually a true projection, or pure bravado? Is there a conflict between what you feel internally and what you portray externally? Get clear on what’s your story and what’s the truth. The new moon and...

30 Day Yoga Challenge

Yoga is one of those things that’s always on my to-do list. Well, one of my to-do lists. Something I want to improve upon. Well, that’s not really going to happen unless I set an intention to practice on a daily basis… Inspired in part by my friend Anke’s 365 day headstand challenge, in part by some recent ill health, and with a big astrological kick up the butt from the Capricorn full moon, I hereby set my intention to do yoga every day for the next 30 days. Contrary to the 21-day myth, it takes an average of 66 days to adopt a new habit…but 30 days is a good start! W A T C H   T H I S   S P A C E . ....