When new becomes all new “Everything”…

Overwhelmed womanEver have so many changes happening, all at the same time, all new, unfamiliar, in all areas of your life, like in all new “Everything” Whirlwind comes to mind, doesn’t it!?

Uncomfortable anyone?

I’m sure some you can relate, I sure can.  So many changes that you can’t even think of a routine, nor plan or commit for the next week or month for that matter until things even itself out.

That ritual morning coffee run with your friend, filled with deep, soulful, conversation about life and loads of laughter that you once loved, get’s intercepted by a rather, swift intervention and shift in plans.

Just when you have grown accustomed to attending your favourite, Kundalini yoga class, you move out yonder and it’s no longer convenient.  New career, new relationship, new friends, new neighbourhood, new spiritual practice, new baby, new smartphone, here’s one for you “New passwords”, (I don’t know about you, but that drives me crazy by the way) “Geez, it’s enough to send your head spinning, huh.”

You’ll find that when change is upon you, everything takes extra effort, has to be well thought out, remembered, rehearsed, reviewed so much so, that by the end of the day you’re completely zonked.

Yes, change can be rather uncomfortable, but is a sign from the Universe that it’s time to move on, grow and evolve, thus your environment follows suit to match your inner growth.

And really, you made an appointment with yourself unconsciously, you just don’t realize it.

Here’s the thing – routine is a beautiful thing. 

It’s grounding, it’s rather responsible, it keeps us accountable while it keeps our integrity in tact, but it can also become a drag and suck the sparkle, swagg and the very life force out of you, if we don’t spice it up with some spontaneity once in a while.

How can you discover the “undiscoverables” within you, if you keep doing the same ole’ thing, over and over again?  Your brain will become mush and you won’t have any new, interesting, conversation pieces to talk about at parties other than “Uhhh, I’m busy working”.

This is why we need a swift, divine, “Pattern intercept” to add some colour and meaning to our lives, to ultimately expand our consciousness and reconnect us with our True essence.

Do not be mistaken however, there is no such thing as a “graceful” transition (ya’ right).  Truth be known, change can be rather painful as we let go of the old to bring in the new.  Yes, the human thing is to resist at first to the point of being dragged, kicking and screaming, whether we like it or not, to get out of our box of boring, monotony.

But have no fear, as each day goes by, as each step you take into the unknown, it becomes a little easier, the light becomes bigger, you become more wiser.  All of a sudden you’re kinda’ digging the new route you’re taking into work that day, you feel lighter, de-cluttered, more radiant, restful and energized.

You discover new talents within yourself, new ways of being, new rituals, new linens, new design and before you know it, you’re kinda’ liking the “New You”.

Yes change is good.  It may not feel that way at first, but with a little patience, faith and open heartedness, you set the wheels in motion for a new chapter filled with new experiences.

Cheers to inner peace, a clean slate, and new beginnings my friends.  Your future is so bright and luminous.

Shine on brave soul, your new life awaits!

Peace & love,

Abby xo







Got “Woo woo” tendencies? I feel you…

Free girl

I’m a little “Woo woo” and proud of it.  I believe in Angels, Spirit Guides, messages from Above & Beyond and I’m not ashamed of it.  There I said it.

And wanna know something?

I wouldn’t change it for the world.

I spent too many years stifling my spiritual gifts, covering them up with “Logic” and it created such an inner struggle between what I saw in my Spirit versus what was visible in reality.

In fact, I can remember early on as a child that I had abilities but was afraid to tell anyone for fear of them believing that I’m a complete “Whacko”.

And guess what? 

It’s perfectly normal.  Seriously!

I believe that we tend to “Over-Mysticize” the spiritual realm so much so to the point of depriving ourselves of acquiring it’s infinite wisdom that could make our lives a whole lot easier quite frankly.

We’re so busy glorifying the physical, material realm and not acknowledging and giving any love to the spiritual realm when we’re actually one with it.  This linear, false perception of separation creates so much angst and unfulfillment; been there, done that!

It also contributes to us “playing small” and buying into the notion that we are alone and “Insignificant”, like we’re merely a speck of dust without meaning, when the entire Universe is within us.  And once this Illusion permeates our being, we form a “Limited” mindset, bury our heads in the sand and become the proverbial “Wallflower”, living vicariously through the lives of others and idolizing those that live life to the fullest.

Well, change is before us in case you haven’t noticed, an Awakening has occurred merging us into a higher, dimensional frequency which has wreaked a lot of havoc, heartache & resistance with those who have grown accustomed to living in a lower frequency, trapped in their old belief systems and Illusions.

What we don’t realize, is that we’ve been given a second chance, a “lifeline”, to no longer walk through life pushing with the “Me against the World” mentality, creating inner anguish, feelings of aloneness, suffering, sadness and pain.

Yes my friends, we’ve been blessed with an opportunity to transform with velocity I might add, to actually get things “Right” to inherit the promises in our life.  And the beauty of it all, is we don’t have to work so hard as we have in the past, we just have to “Be” our True selves, honor our truth and walk in love & gratitude for the life we’ve been given.

And through our own inner transformation, we become a beacon of light, to serve and inspire those to tap into their own inner greatness thus creating change in the world.

Beautiful isn’t it?!

And so on my own journey, I’ve discovered that being a little “Woo woo” isn’t so bad after all.  In fact, I now celebrate it, embrace it and fully allow the “Real Me” to emerge.

To all of my fellow, truth seekers, if you’re feeling this message and can relate, join in on the celebration with me by sharing with your friends.

I’d also love to hear about your “Woo woo” tendencies, do share in the Comments section of the blog below and I’ll be sure to Reply.

I’d love to hear from you!

Much love,

Abby xo

If you really wanna make it, put a lid on it…

Hand over Mouth

In the wise words of the great, Henry Ford, “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do”. 

Simply put, put a lid on it and work steadily, quietly, and consistently, behind the scenes. :)

Let your Success, make the Noise.  Not your Mouth.

The truth of the matter is, if you truly believe in yourself, you don’t need to feed off of the accolades of others.  There are different schools of thought on the matter of sharing your plans for one, that you open yourself up to support along the way and I get that, however, I’ve found that silence is golden in most instances, and being discerning in who you share your plans with, while results of course, speak for itself.

Look, I know sometimes we need a little encouragement, especially when the road to Success is unclear at times, I’ve been there.  In fact, it could feel a little lonely at times, even with your loved ones around.  The truth of the matter is, that sometimes they’re just not gonna get all “excited” for you even though they love you dearly nor are they gonna “Get it”.

For example, I remember when I finished my manuscript for my first book, I mentioned it to my Dad in excitement and his response was “I’m so proud of you Bib’s (that’s my nickname)”, then he says, “So what’s your plans for the evening?”, and I’m left there thinking, “I just told you that I wrote my first book and that’s all you’ve gotta’ say?”

See what I mean :(

Here’s the thing, your dream is your dream.  And, if you open your mouth, talk Big or prematurely before you’ve got your stuff together, you set yourself up for unnecessary, pressure and you unknowingly shift the attention of Achievement to proving yourself and seeking the praise of others.

And really, you’re dream’s got nothing to do with impressing people, really, other than making an impact on their lives by your gifts in some way or another, and more importantly, reaching your full potential.

Also, until you’ve got your ducks in a row and a sound, plan in place ready to launch, you don’t want to be swayed by having too many “Chefs in the pot” that will make you question yourself.  What you need rather, is sound advice from a Mentor or Coach who has been there, done that, and can give you a short cut version to accomplish it.

So on that note……

Here are 3 Tips on how to “Manage your Mouth” when putting your plans together:

  • Pick One person, it could be your spouse, family member, friend, or a professional, colleague who believes in you fully to share your excitement with.
  • Join a Mastermind or a Support group of like Minds that are “Obsessed” about their dreams like you are so that you can bounce off your ideas with them.
  • Find yourself the right Mentor or a Coach who can help keep you accountable and guide you to putting together a “Killer” business plan of execution, based on proven methods.

Then when you’re locked and loaded, ready to launch, you can open your mouth and declare to the world what you’ve “done”.  Believe you me, your results will speak for itself.

Take my Advice for whatever it’s worth as confessions of a former, “Blabber Mouth”.

Now your turn.  Need Advice?

Feel free to share what you’re up to in the Comment Box of the Blog, and I’ll be sure to Reply.

I’d love to hear from you!

Wishing you loads of Success!

Much love,

Abby xo






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