Letting Go Of Limiting Beliefs

Letting Go Of Limiting Beliefs

Do you feel like 2020 is challenging you? It is. 2019 was a year of letting go of old habits, people, thoughts – everything and anything that doesn’t serve you any longer. 2020, is about making decisions and rising above it all to ascend to higher levels of consciousness and self-love. It’s time to learn how to let go of limiting beliefs. In many ways, 2020 may feel like a continuation of the previous year – energetically speaking. You may feel like you are still sifting through people, places, beliefs, etc. and reflecting on whether or not you are ready to let go completely. It can be challenging to make a bold and courageous move to release your attachment to old thoughts and relationships that – for better or worse – have been separating you from true harmony and self-empowerment. Why is this? As humans, our emotional infrastructure supports our thoughts and behaviours. If all of your life you have believed what your grandmother said about you not having a neck that ‘suits an up-do’ (true story — my Nana told me this!) you are instinctively going to wear your hair down. The thing is, a belief only can exist… View Post
4 SIGNS YOU MAY BE IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD

4 SIGNS YOU MAY BE IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD

Ah, toxic relationships.  Chances are you’ve had a few of those or maybe your suspect you might be in the grips of one right now. One relationship that many people struggle with is a toxic relationship with food, and it is easy to see why this happens.  Everybody has to eat to survive. Most people, particularly women discuss food and weight at multiple points in any given conversation.  Talking about weight, diet and bodies is a part of our culture. So, what makes a relationship with food toxic? Have you ever wondered if the way you think, view and discuss food is affecting how much and what you eat? Truthfully, many traits can help you determine if your relationship with food is toxic, but for this post, we will focus on four specific characteristics: Blaming  Lack of autonomy Self-judgment Bad feelings 4 SIGNS YOU MAY BE IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD Blaming When we are young, it’s understandable that we would blame ourselves for the traumatic things that happen around us.  Self-blame is a way to make sense of things that quite frankly are not for us to explain or figure out. You may be thinking; of course, you are… View Post