I got into a car accident today.
I was driving down the highway and the car in front of my hit their breaks, I slammed into them.
I’ve been here before, I thought as I calmly put my car in park and turned off the engine.
Placing both hands on my heart I remembered I was alive, I was OK.
The last time I got into a car accident, I could’ve died. My car was totaled. At the time I was living in New York and I wasn’t mentally, physically or emotionally healthy. I was riddled with toxic behaviors and negative self-talk which manifested an undesirable reality.
That day I made the decision to change my life, to drop everything and move to California.
Before my accident this morning I had a whole post planned for today about gratitude. I woke up this morning feeling peaceful and rooted in my faith. I’ve been surrounded by synchronicities lately — divine guidance — and had a serious breakthrough moment last night.
Last night in class I welcomed my three students, all three of whom I’d met from divine synchronicity, with so much love, light and warmth. I allowed myself to sink into who I was, remove the blankets of limitations I had been wearing since my teacher training ended in May.
Facing rejection from my teachers and questioning from strangers, some friends and some family had been weighing heavily on my heart.
And while I had done all of the “right things” before teaching class — meditating, grounding, reiki, preparing a plan, creating a playlist, arriving on time — as I was teaching I was scared. I was self conscious that I wasn’t “doing it right,” or that they wouldn’t resonate with the divine messages pouring out of me.
I was proven wrong at the end of class, showered with positive feedback and love. Not only that but the truly spiritual conversation that followed class between my three students, who had all practically been strangers to one another, and myself was a divine message in itself that I’m truly grateful for.
I spoke to my partner after class about how I was feeling and I realized that it was not only lack of gratitude for my current situation, but fear-based emotions and insecurities that had been following me through. I remembered in that moment, that I was enough. That this was my journey, my mission and my purpose. That teaching these beautiful souls was my calling.
I remembered how I felt the day I crashed my car for the first time and decided to move here. I remembered how I felt the day I fainted and woke up with a concussion on a concrete floor, and how I felt that evening in the MRI machine when I decided I’d be a yoga teacher.
I remembered how I felt when I met Ariel, a traumatic brain injury survivor and visually impaired yoga teacher following my concussion, someone who has become one of my best friends and guides on my journey.
I remembered how I felt when I began opening up to those around me, creating friendships and partnerships, receiving support and love from family, allowing myself to trust my teachers, guides and relationship with God.
I remembered how my intuition brought me there, to that studio space I share with an absolute angel, that studio space on Main Street in downtown La Jolla, that studio space I can call my own for a few hours a week.
I remembered my gift and my offering of the gift of yoga and spiritual connection that I can now pass along to whoever comes into my space.
I remembered the look on my students faces after class, the ease in their steps, the lightness in their frames.
And I felt truly truly grateful.
I wasn’t going to post today, I had planned on taking the day completely off from social media.
But as this message came to me I realized someone may need to hear it.
If you’re still reading know that you are a beautiful soul on a beautiful mission. You can’t control everything that happens to you but you must remember everything happens for a reason. You are here to live a beautiful life and everything you desire is here for you. Every bump in the road, every perceived roadblock is not meant to hurt you, it’s meant to place you on the right path.
Do I know what the hell I’m going to do about my car? Absolutely not. But what I do know is I have a roof over my head, clothes on my back, nourishing food in my belly, a healthy mind, body and spirit; beautifully healthy and balanced relationships with those around me, love in my heart and the wisdom, knowledge and courage to help others.
That to me is worth more than any car or material good.
Our Sacral Chakra is our second energy center located around our pelvic region. It is orange and color and serves as the hub for our creative energy, malleability, sexuality and ease.
If our Root Chakra reminds us we’re alive, our Sacral Chakra reminds us that the human experience is a beautiful one — one to be enjoyed, treasured and loved.
When it is over/under active we may experience creative blocks (ex. Writer’s block), lack of focus, sexual dysfunction/excessive sexual energy, trust-issues and anxiety.
When our Sacral Chakra is balanced we feel calm, relaxed and in alignment. We feel like we’re flowing with life instead of crashing against it, and find ease in our creative projects, relationships with others and relationship with ourself.
Here are 5 ways to balance your Sacral Chakra:
1. HIP-OPENERS — Hip-opening yoga postures are beautiful ways to balance your sacral chakra, as it is one of your emotional centers in your body. Yoga poses such as supine pigeon, 1/2 pigeon, king pigeon, 3-legged dog with an open hip and warrior I, among others are a great way to start. Even your basic "criss-cross applesauce" pose from elementary school is a great way to open your hips.
2. DANCE — Put on your favorite music and dance! Dancing, especially swaying your hips, helps balance your sacral chakra by releasing tension in the hip-area, and in general. In life we get so caught up in in our routines, rigid timelines and to do lists, that we forget in order to manifest our desires; life-force needs to FLOW THROUGH us. Allow energy to flow through you as you dance.
3.MEDITATION — Meditation is a key tool to balancing all of your chakras, but especially for the sacral chakra it is vital to allow your body to relax and to allow your natural energy to flow through you. Using crystals such as cornelian, orange citrine, moonstone and tiger's eye can enhance your meditation. Sit in a cross-legged seat with your eyes close and repeat the words "I flow through life" or "Creativity flows through me." Allow the words to flow throughout your frame.
4.GET CREATIVE — Get creative! Paint, draw, write poetry, journal, make music, sing, dance, sculpt, design. GET CREATIVE! Remember, life is NOT just about making money! It's not just about surviving! It's about doing the things you love, the things that add a jump to your step, lightness in your heart and a smile from your face.
5.GIVE YOURSELF SOME SELF LOVE— Dedicate some time each day, or at least each week for self love. "Self love" or "self care" activities such as splurging on a meal or buying a nice lotion or getting a manicure/massage is a privilege many world-wide will never have access to. So, if you are able to splurge a little on self-care, DO IT! Something we can all do is be nice to ourselves. Repeat positive affirmations such as "I am light," "I am life," or "I am powerful," or "I am peaceful," can help you tune your sacral chakra.
𝘞𝘌 𝘈𝘙𝘌 𝘚𝘗𝘐𝘙𝘐𝘛𝘜𝘈𝘓 𝘉𝘌𝘐𝘕𝘎𝘚 𝘏𝘈𝘝𝘐𝘕𝘎 𝘈 𝘏𝘜𝘔𝘈𝘕 𝘌𝘟𝘗𝘌𝘙𝘐𝘌𝘕𝘊𝘌 ✨
Before we chose to have this human-experience, we were a little seedling of consciousness with a specific purpose, mission and set of natural talents.
Then, we volunteered to have a human experience and actualize that purpose or mission in our external reality with our tools.
Most of us spend our lives trying to figure out what that purpose is. We are born with that deep knowing coming from an intuitive voice or “inner guru,” but most of us are conditioned to ignore it.
One way we could be conditioned to ignore it is through societal standards, familiar chords/pressure or attachments to material objects.
And so we spend our lifetime trying to figure it all out. We go to school and study various subjects, we work unfulfilling jobs instead of tuning into our natural talents and interests.
Have you ever pursued something that came naturally to you? For some it’s physical sports, for others it’s creating art, for some it’s elevating others. That/those thing(s) are your tools to help others and self actualize, they’re part of your mission.
And what happens is when we chose something that’s not a part of our plan, the universe throws us obstacles to bring us in alignment with what our true calling is.
THAT’S why every “curse” is really a blessing. THAT’S why people say “everything happens for a reason.” Because, in reality it does.
So when you’re feeling out of place, when you’re struggling finding your purpose, when you’re feeling like you’re at a dead-end, when the door is locked and you keep trying to open it — pause. Realize that if the universe didn’t need you you wouldn’t be here. Analyze your strengths, talents and interests. Then, try another door.
Watch what happens. ✨🌱
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𝘎𝘳𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘦𝘥, 𝘳𝘰𝘰𝘵𝘦𝘥, 𝘤𝘢𝘭𝘮, 𝘧𝘦𝘢𝘳𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴...✨
These are the energies of the root chakra (Muladhara).
The Muladhara is the root chakra or first energy center located at the base of your spine.
It relates to your connection with your physical body, ancestry and environment.
When it is balanced you feel safe, secure, supported and peace. You feel fearless, knowing that you can shoot for the stars because you are connected to the Earth below us. When it is balanced you realize and remember that the universe has your back.
𝐇𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝟓 𝐰𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐛𝐚𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐫𝐨𝐨𝐭 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐤𝐫𝐚 ✨
1. GROUND — Go out into nature (i.e. any grassland, park, beach, mountain). Stand up and feel your feet rooted soundly onto the Earth below you. Lift each toe and replant it onto the ground. Energetically bring the arches of your feet to kiss the ground below you. Feel the beautiful, grounding energy move into your body and remind yourself that you are human, and you are connected to beautiful Mother Earth.
2. LISTEN TO MUSIC — Put some headphones on or turn on your speaker. Listen to music that grounds you, whatever that means to you (maybe an old lullaby, acoustic tunes, sacred/religious melodies, bluegrass, folk music...heavy metal [if that's your thing!]) Music is a divine part of the human experience. Its existence has long surpassed that of most things in our culture today; clothing, language, technology...tune into your root chakra by listening to music and allowing its vibrations to soothe you.
3. CONNECT WITH YOUR ROOTS — Whether we'd like to admit it or not, we came from somewhere. They say that one of the first decisions we make is in utero when we declare "I am alive" or we choose to have a human experience. Of course we all have different experiences, and some of us may not be able to reconnect with those who raised us or our hometowns. What you can do is think about where you came from, and realize that it was this same body, mind and spirit you are in currently which guided you through your childhood experiences. You are rooted, and always have been.
\4. EAT/DRINK GROUNDING FOODS — Spices such as ginger, tumeric and cinnamon can be grounding. Same as foods like rice, quinoa, and proteins such as tempeh, seitan and tofu. When you eat or drink these foods, take your time. Chew slowly and imagine the food nourishing your body, or hold the warm cup of tumeric tea in your hands and allow its warmth to soothe you.
5. GIVE YOURSELF SOME ALONE TIME — Dedicate some time each day, or at least each week to "ground." Decorate your space with some nice lighting or a candle, make a cup of tea or coffee and get comfortable. Journal about your week, current feelings or anything which comes to mind. Plan out your tasks for the day, week or month. Participate in self-care, whatever that means to you, and remind yourself that you are grounded, safe and secure always.
This is the first post of a 7-part series on the energy body. For more information about the energy body, view my Instagram Highlight, “Energy Body,” or send me an email at email@example.com.
What if I told you that you could have it all just by being yourself?
Would you believe me?
In our society we are constantly being told to change. We are born beautifully perfect humans with wonderfully beating hearts, intricate minds within vessels for creation.
Immediately after birth we are exposed to messages aiming to change us. Whether they be from something so innocently pure like a parent sending us to a specific school for a “better education” or dressing you a certain way.
And as we age, we begin to take note of what is “accepted” and what is “rejected” by society. Our parents oftentimes will share stories about how we used to play soccer but “outgrew it,” or used to love the color pink but changed our preferences.
This “change in preference” we go through a multitude of times each lifetime comes from observing how society views a certain action, style or personality; and adopting the ones which seem “acceptable” to be our own.
The result? For some, unhappiness, confusion and emptiness. Feeling like you don’t know who you are, feeling lost, feeling like no one understands you, feeling like you don’t fit in.
In a society which is constantly trying to change you — selling you diet products promising you’ll feel better, more whole if you lose weight; selling you stimulants and energy drinks promising you’ll be more productive and make more money to spend on those diet products, clothing or the latest tech products; selling you one of the most beautiful, human experiences imaginable — a loving relationship or partnership — via a smartphone app charging you $29.99 a month to find your soulmate — I challenge you to just be yourself.
YOU are so beautiful, so special and so unique. As YOU. Right when you wake up, fresh out of the shower, makeupless, barefoot in your kitchen making pancakes, singing in the car to your favorite songs, hugging your loved ones, giggling with the baby in the cart next to you at the supermarket, smelling flowers on the street, crying your heart out when you feel like it’s been shattered into pieces then picking those pieces back up again, running as fast as you can until your legs give up, reading your favorite book, skinny dipping in the moonlight with your best friends, failing not once, but twice, and again, and another time; succeeding not once, but twice, and again, and another time.
You can have it ALL just by being yourself. Actually, you already have it all. Just look in the mirror, look around you at all of the abundance which is yours and smile big and bright knowing that you are whole as you are, and that there is so much more to life than spending it trying to change yourself.
𝘠𝘰𝘶𝘳 𝘩𝘶𝘮𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘦𝘴𝘴 𝘪𝘴 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘮𝘢𝘬𝘦𝘴 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘣𝘦𝘢𝘶𝘵𝘪𝘧𝘶𝘭...✨
Two nights ago I got vulnerable on my Instagram story.
I was having a rough day mentally. I was feeling anxious, overwhelmed, imperfect.
My type A personality had so many goals, visions and plans for the future and once I laid out everything I had planned for the next few months — I froze.
I wondered how I was going to do it all. I wondered if I was capable. I lost touch with my purpose.
And then as I got on Instagram and shared my vulnerable Ultraviolet Thoughts I remembered my why.
I am here to serve others. I am here to provide beautiful humans the tools and guidance they need to self actualize —
And I’m here to do that, while being authentically and unapologetically vulnerable. Authentically and unapologetically HUMAN.
Because by being human, I create space for others to do the same. To peel off the layers of their skin that aren’t really who they are. To create space for them to unravel, unwind and sink into alignment with who they truly are and what their life mission is.
My boyfriend works in sales and yesterday he told me that, inspired by me, he had his team chant that they were beautiful people.
THAT is why I do what I do.
As you move through your day today, remember. YOU ARE HUMAN. And your humanness is what makes you beautiful.
Happy Wednesday. 💕✨
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How many times do you set an intention or goal, and feel disappointed or upset when you achieve it? You feel confused...unfulfilled...empty.
That’s because you were co-creating with what you CURRENTLY know.
I was listening to Dr. Joe Dispenza on Lewis Howe's program the other day. He said that in order to fall into alignment and create space for synchronicity, we need to co-create with a future vibration.
Think about it. If you’re only co-creating with what you currently know, what’s currently in front of you, than you’ll probably stay in that current vibration. How could you move out of it if everything you’re working with is still in it?
I have a 3D example to ground this metaphysical theory for you. Imagine you want to redecorate your home. You’re tired of the way your drapes hang, the color of your furniture set. You feel like you’ve outgrown the space, it just isn’t “you” anymore.
And so you start rearranging your furniture, moving your artwork around your walls. You even clean the whole space top to bottom.
And yet you don’t feel any different. Now you’re just exhausted from moving and cleaning all day.
Because you were only working with what you already knew, expecting to create something suitable for the new or future you.
𝐇𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝟑 𝐰𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐜𝐨-𝐜𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐭𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐚 𝐟𝐮𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐞 𝐯𝐢𝐛𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧:
1. ANALYZE YOUR CURRENT VIBRATION — A "vibration," informally, is defined as "a person's emotional state, the atmosphere of a place, or the associations of an object, as communicated to and felt by others." What is your emotional state? Sit with yourself and analyze what you're feeling and why you're feeling that emotion. Getting to the root of your emotional vibration will help you visualize the vibration you want to create.
2. DETERMINE A GOAL OR VISUALIZE YOUR FUTURE SELF — Something spiritual leader Dr. Joe Dispenza says is that we need to visualize the emotions we will feel in the future living in our new vibration.
For example, let's say you've analyzed that you are currently experiencing low-self worth and self-esteem, which you've identified as a roadblock to your happiness. Imagine a life where you felt confident, secure and at peace with yourself; knowing that you are worthy of everything you desire. Imagine that new vibration existing right now.
3. RELEASE ATTACHMENT TO ANY OUTCOME — Remember, setting intentions can be dangerous because an intention is myopic. It reflects what we CURRENTLY desire, a decision we created with the things we CURRENTLY know. Yes, when we achieve our originally desired vibration, we can repeat this process again and again until we achieve the one we truly desire. But, if we make a commitment to just changing our vibration, with no attachment to what the new one will feel like, then we are allowing space for God/The Universe/Whatever Higher Power You Believe In to bring us the vibration we truly desire.
Black coffee tastes so so good sometimes, actually all of the time.
Perspective shapes our reality, this I know. I have learned to look at my pain, my suffering and change the lenses of my glasses to interpret sorrow as beauty, gray as indigo and a cold dewy morning as a warm vibrant sunset.
And yet sometimes I struggle. Fear arises. When things seem to be too good to be true, when things seem to be going "too well," the mind creates elaborate stories of potential realities using the set, director and cast from past traumatic experiences.
And with this faulty perspective, we succumb to fear, feeding into the viscous cycle of fantasizing our story playing out in the 3D. Maybe how we will react, maybe even how we will overcome it and move on.
This, of course, is dangerous. Sure, over time we can change our perceptions with neurolinguistic programming or meditation. Through those activities we can actually re-wire the neuroplasticity of our brains to create new neural pathways of thoughts, and since our thoughts shape our reality, we can then change our 3D reality to be more "positive," thus becoming not only a new avenue but a new arena for growth.
Now, while we work on the long-term task of altering our perception, we can change our perspective immediately. We have control over our minds, believe it or not.
Patanjali defines yoga as "quieting the mind-stuff." Choosing to quiet the mind-stuff is a decision we can actively choose every second of every minute of every day. When we see or experience something unpleasant, we can choose to pause and analyze it from a new perspective before allowing a memory or sensory experience to store in our brain, creating a negative neuropathway which would lead to more suffering, only creating a new trigger for our negative emotions.
We see this most with children who experience trauma. Obviously, most children aren't raised with an awareness that their thoughts or perspectives alter their reality.
Growing up my mother was going through a rough time and would sometimes have explosive episodes. One time she had decided the house was haunted and hired a medium to come over and sage the home.
At the time I was around 12 or so and my room was my oasis, my personal space and my safe space. I expressed to her that I didn't want her to come into my room with the sage. My reaction triggered her and she exploded with rage, asking me what I had been hiding, suggesting I was possessed by a devil and hitting me with a broom.
I'm sharing this story with you to show you how we can change our perspectives to disallow traumatic memories to store in our minds and reveal themselves later in life.
Looking back on that memory, if had the knowledge and tools I do now, I would've seen how that series of events was all trauma-based.
My mother frequently consumed alcohol, so she may have been intoxicated. She did have a genuine fear that bad energy was in the home.
Finances were rough, we didn't know if or when we'd lose our home. And my parents' marriage was unstable and unpredictable.
She believed that by cleansing the negative energy, maybe she could have control over her life again and provide a better home and environment for her husband and children whom she ultimately loved.
Being afraid, she saw me as defiant without a cause. She did not ask why I felt how I did. Fearful of what she could not control, she was nervous and probably realizing that as I was developing into the woman I am today, she could not control me anymore.
So she reacted in the way she had always known, in the way her body decided to — with a fight or flight response.
My mother's alcohol consumption was not something I realized I carried with me as traumatic until about a year ago, when I realized I had been abusing alcohol and chose to stop consuming it.
Something I'm working on is noticing my triggers.
The other evening I was at my boyfriend's house and noticed he had a few drinks.
My stomach fell, my palms began sweating. My inner-child had stored memories of experiences like the one I just described and the scene triggered a physical response from me.
Clearly he could tell something was wrong and at first when he asked I froze. I decided to stop and analyze where it was coming from,
I determined that I too had fears of the unknown. I felt out of control. But I chose to stop those fears and change my perspective of the situation. i realized and rationalized that having a couple of drinks was normal, and that he would not react in the same way my mother had.
I expressed this all to him and he met me with understanding and comfort, something I'm grateful for.
Look, yes we can change our perception over time with a lot of work, and I think we should definitely aim to do so.
But something we can do RIGHT NOW is change our perspective. Through svadhyaya or self-study, we can identify our triggers from moments where we didn't know this, and alchemize them into more tools for growth, expansion and connection.
On 𝘣𝘦𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘴𝘱𝘦𝘦𝘤𝘩𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴...
Let’s face it. Sometimes we just don’t know what to say.
We create these visions of ourselves and hold ourselves to their standards — how to dress, how to act, how to speak.
We visualize scenarios in our heads as our minds and egos make stories of what 𝘸𝘪𝘭𝘭 happen and what we will say in that moment.
Do you remember the last time you were in a group discussion, business meeting or at a dinner-party? Do you remember a situation where individuals around you spoke one at a time, and you knew you would have to speak eventually.
Were you listening to what everyone else was saying...or were you thinking about what 𝘠𝘖𝘜 would share when you got the microphone?
It’s human nature to do this — to let our minds wander off, losing themselves within a labyrinth of intricate thoughts and elaborate potential plot-lines. We imagine what it is we will say, how others will react.
We even rehearse what it is we will say in our heads, editing the words, phrases and even our verbal pronunciations.
But maybe, 𝘪𝘵’𝘴 𝘖𝘒 𝘵𝘰 𝘣𝘦 𝘴𝘱𝘦𝘦𝘤𝘩𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴.
Maybe, being speechless is actually beautiful.
When you’re fully present with whatever is going on around you, your mind is peacefully empty.
Have trust that you will say what is needed to be said when it is also needed to be heard, knowing that if no words come out at all — it’s OK to be speechless.
There’s a lot you can say without speaking.
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I think oftentimes in life we get tunnel-vision. We spend our lives searching for meaning, searching for our 𝘸𝘩𝘺, trying to decide on an 𝘦𝘯𝘥-𝘨𝘰𝘢𝘭 or destination for our journey.
And while I think setting goals and aiming to achieve them is healthy, productive and “good,” I think if we become too focused on our perceived goal we miss out on all of the transformational magic interlaced within the journey to it.
I chose to do my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training following a traumatic brain injury and career change, during a tumultuous time in my journey. I was working part time, going to school full time and doing YTT all while recovering from my injury and handling other health concerns.
And all the while I was feeling really motivated, really focused on my 𝘦𝘯𝘥 𝘨𝘰𝘢𝘭 of teaching yoga regularly in a private studio. I did the “work” — the journaling, the meditating, the reading, the visualizations —
But at the end of my training, I was told I wasn’t ready to teach yet. My teachers were explaining to me the simple things I should adjust before teaching a public class along with the simple fact that at the time I was generally an inexperienced yoga practitioner — even stating that I would be a great yoga teacher and they wanted to continue working with me on my practice.
But I didn’t see that. I didn’t see the magic of the journey I was about to go on. I couldn’t see how much I would grow as a yogi, teacher, student and individual. I couldn’t see how much my practice and devotion to the divine and my higher-self would grow in those few months of extra training.
I couldn’t see how the idea for Ultraviolet would come to me during a yoga class in svasana, with tears rolling down my face. Or how ideas for class-plans would start coming to me in the check-out line at the grocery store. I couldn’t see that I would end up with the blessing to teach, teaching a donation class and raising $400 for a charity. I couldn’t see the deepening of connections with those around me as I began to shed the skin of who I once was —physically and mentally— to create space for who I am now.
Goal-setting is important, yes. But don’t let tunnel-vision blind you from the beauty of the present moment. There is so much magic in the journey, if you allow yourself to tap into it your end destination may just change into somewhere more beautiful, more 𝘜𝘭𝘵𝘳𝘢𝘷𝘪𝘰𝘭𝘦𝘵, than you ever imagined.
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