Lean into the *e*x*p*a*n*s*i*o*n*
(3 quick & easy bite-sized bits of big Winter Solstice wisdom)
1. Physically slow down (even some of the time).
2. Quiet the mind using presence tricks.
3. Don't rush your healing and evolution. Much more often, tell yourself kind, allowing message like this:
Love & blessings, Jaya
The Take the Wheel program offers support for difficult people and situations, now $22 (from $55) from Solstice to New Year's Eve. Take full responsibility for your peace and personal power during the last of the holidays and year-round. It's up to you whether anyone or anything drives you crazy or not.
The button above will take you to an informative page about my friend and colleague Kelli Younglove's online self-study course on boundaries. I cannot recommend it highly enough, should you need this kind of support, and nope, I don't make money for pointing you this way. I think her work is that good. Also, culturally and individually, we still need a lot of work on this topic. We must know and claim our right to have boundaries with no apologies, explanations, or guilt and to hold them firmly and fearlessly. Check it out!
Scroll all the way down for a lovely get-quiet writing exercise from Zee Zahava!
This $33 program (audio with written & audio supports) is yours for $11 from Solstice to New Year's Eve.
The *e*x*p*a*n*s*i*o*n* program supports you to
This 3-page pdf offers clear bullet points and sample dialogue to show you exactly how to hold firm with ease during any conversation with a manipulator or convincer. This formula makes it so easy.
BONUS from my beautiful friend, poet Zee Zahava. Today she sent out a writing exercise to align with the energy of Winter Solstice and I fell in love:
In celebration of this day I am sending out a writing spark. If this appeals to you, play around with it . . . see what comes up.
I call this Meditative Writing.
There is no need to hurry.
Try writing slower than you usually do.
Your pen doesn’t have to keep moving.
Your brain can rest, your hand can rest, your pen can rest.
There is no specific writing suggestion.
The idea is to let ideas/images come up to the surface; follow the path that your own relaxed mind presents to you.
Begin by sitting quietly for as long as you want to. Breathe!
Then write a little bit.
Write a little bit.
Write a little bit.
Continue in this way until you feel that you are finished.
(Thank you, Zee!)