Friends say it. Therapists say it. Mental Health Counsellors say it. "Set Boundaries". But what the heck does that mean and how do you do it? In this episode, Heather talks about a simple way to figure out your boundaries so it honours you and others. Boundaries create love and preserve well-being rather than restriction and rigidity. Listen in so you can help practical tips you can put into your life today.
When is enough enough? Whether it's in how you see yourself, a relationship that just isn't working, or your own patterns of desire and consumption, Heather speaks about this concept of "enough". It may go against common spiritual abundance teaches that tells you that you need to manifest more. Heather suggests a more balanced and personalized approach to your inner path to peace and contentment.
Someone asked me about karma and to understand why some seem to not have a lot while others don't. In this episode, I share my understanding of "karma" or the idea of "what goes around comes around" spiritually. I also share how to find a practical and down-to-earth approach to resolving negative experiences and to step more into your divine self.
Heather shares more about the philosophy and core understanding of Ancestral Constellations (aka Family Constellations) work. This is a good foundation of understanding for the Soul of the Ancestors Cafe plus doing one-on-one work with her.
You know you need to do it but it can be so hard to know how to do it. Forgive. In this episode, Heather shares her insights about this soul challenge, offers a mini-meditation to help you tune into your heart, and shares a personal healing story with forgiveness.
Is it possible to be angry and be a kind person? Absolutely! In fact, Heather suggests that anger could be part of your loving nature. Many kind, soul-full and conscious people like to believe anger is a sign of weakness and ego, when in fact in can be an indicator of many loving qualities.
With Neptune in Retrograde and the New Moon in Cancer, we may need to do a lot of self-nurturing as we face some stark truths about ourselves, our life, our relationships and old mother wounds.