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  • I’m Ready

    “Tell the negative committee that meets in your head to sit down and shut up.” – Unknown I’m ready. Ready to take active steps to rid myself of the feelings of isolation and unworthiness. It’s quite a task to undertake, but I’m ready. As I begin to make changes to my habits of checking in on Facebook or rushing to

  • Where Did I Go?

    It has been quite a while since I’ve posted. I’ve had quite a ride this past year, dealing with some health issues that took my attention. I feel so much better, stronger and have learned a lot on my path back from what was, for some time, a pretty scary place. One of the biggest lessons I’ve had to confront

  • Redirecting Focus

    I know for a fact there is more than one way to perceive the world in which we live. Society programs us to win, be pretty, get rich, be skinny, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah! The cool thing is, since this is true, there is obviously another side to focus our attention on… THE GOOD! Hey you! Yeah,

  • The Unexpected

    Whether you are aware of it or not, improvisation shows itself to us on a daily basis. Those moment-to-moment interactions that make us stop and react from a place of authenticity are where life is being lived fully. I adore this video. It is a fabulous example of life happening and those experiencing it reacting from a heart-filled, authentic space.

  • YES! Assignment, September 14, 2015

    You are just fine. Really. More than that, you are wonderful. Fabulous. Perfect! This week, say YES! To focusing your attention on the things that make you such. Focusing your attention on all that is wonderful simply allows the river of more of that to flow directly into your life. And what a life it is, indeed! Go on with

  • YES! Assignment, August 31, 2014

    Once a day, pass a sincere complement on to someone. You’ll lift their spirits more than you elevate yourself.  High tide raises all boats. Love, Kerstin

  • YES! Assignment, August 24, 2015

    You’ve just finished one task, but WAIT! Before you dive head first into to the next one, sit still and breathe for just a moment. Congratulate yourself for getting something checked off of your to do list. Reward yourself with a quick listen and a dance in your seat to your favorite song. Don’t have a favorite song? I suggest

  • Connect To Now

    NOW can be an alarming demand — especially if someone’s hollering at you. NOW can be something that’s an immediate action item to prevent harm to others or yourself. NOW can be pausing and appreciating what you hear, smell or see. Even within the NOWs that feel alarming, you have the option to proceed while grounded in love without shutting

  • YES! Assignment, August 3, 2015

    Did you wake up thinking “Yes, I’m doing this today” or “No, I am dreading this”?  Be bold and take a step toward turning your dreaded “I have to” into a liberating “I get to” all through the power of YES! Avoiding an important conversation? Write it down, then practice saying it. If it’s a daunting task, move in the

  • Connect To Now

    Pause for a moment. Take a deep breath. Did you feel the air tickling the hair on your arm? Does it take you to a sandy beach with azure water lapping at your toes? Or is it an arctic frost that’s making you uncomfortably alert? Count to a slow “60” with your eyes closed and find one thing — just