Oct 24th, 2014
Get What You Want.
Don’t we all want that, to get what we want? A boyfriend. Promotion. Holiday. Smaller dress size. Hour to relax. Tighter booty. You name it, you want it.
Yet what we long for can be tough to acquire… which is where I come in….
The secret to getting what you want is connecting with who you are.
The I.AM.YOU. method uses yoga, nourishment, music, and mindset to connect you to yourself, and your true self to your world so that you can always get what you want.
The Yoga poses help you connect to your tangible body – the muscles, organs, ligaments and tendons. Connecting with them helps you feel where you are physically on any given day as well as demonstrate what you are really capable of, which is often more than you think.
The Yoga Breath connects you to your intangible body - the vast world of subtle vibes, perspectives, and moods. Connecting with it helps you pinpoint and shift your energy and perceptions to a place you want them to be.
Nourishment connects you to what you need to survive, and to thrive. Connecting with it helps refine and optimize your self fueling mechanism.
Music connects you to connecting itself. It forces you to hear, and in doing so shows you how to listen.
Mindset connects you to the inner workings of your brain. In doing so it connects your thinking to your thoughts, your brain to your perceptions, your perceptions to your reality, your reality to your world. When you connect to the power of your mind, you connect with who you really are.
When you connect with who you really are, you know that you already have everything inside of you needed to get what you want, leaving you free to go get it, whatever it is.
Connect with who you are, from the inside, out, and the world is yours for the taking. I promise.
Oct 14th, 2014
Do You Need to Change Your Attitude?
I’m not going to lie: It has been a rough couple of weeks.
I have suddenly been confronted with challenges, surprises, drama and pretty much anything else a person could imagine in the realms of personal life, health, family and career. And, honestly, I have not always been zen about the circumstances (#momentsofborderlinehysteria).
Maybe you can relate? After all, we all get overwhelmed sometimes.
Then, just a couple days ago, it all began to shift. That’s in part because of my guardian angel and some luck, yes, but it’s primarily because I put my I.AM.YOU. yoga to work.
During the beginning of this challenging phase, I tried to control various outcomes. When I realized that was impossible (thank you, yoga, for the reminder!), I got more worried, panicked and stressed. Those reactions threw me into a mental vortex, which clouded my perception of everything around me and adversely affected my body, mind and life further. It was as if my attitude had slipped into a bottomless abyss, and I had forgotten that, in fact, I could do something to pull it back out.
What I realized I could do, and then did, was very simple: I shifted my attitude to a more positive place.
How I did it was even more simple: I brought to mind something positive or exciting every time I felt myself start to slip back into a state of hysterical negativity and worry or got bad news.
What a difference it has made!
You see, there are some things you can control in life: your mind, perception and attitude. I nourished my mind with positive thoughts to manually shift my perception and, thus, created not only a new attitude with which to roll, but a new world to roll in.
So next time you get overwhelmed by everything going on around you, simply choose to change your attitude and feed yourself what you need to get the results you want. It’s possible and oh so sunny on the other side.
Oct 3rd, 2014
A wise, beautiful woman recently said something to me at a business meeting in Barcelona…. She said it was her time to be selfish.
On the onset I was not quite sure what she meant was she going to steal what was left of my salad? Not listen to what I said? Not show up to a meeting the next day? Then I realized her declaration of selfishness is exactly what I needed to hear, and practice.
It is increasingly difficult to nourish ourselves in today’s world. Demands of work, family, friends, health and well, general life, often take center court. But sometimes we need to focus just on ourselves, on our physical and energetic beings, so that we can truly flourish, live, and excel at whatever it is that calls us. If we don’t, we run the risk of racing through life’s motions without experiencing anything at all, or even worse, not being able to help those around us in need.
It’s ok to be selfish. In fact, we should be selfish sometimes.
This week take a moment for you. Treat yourself to a massage, indulge in a longer walk the subway to clear your mind, enjoy your favorite foods with no guilt. Do whatever it is you think you do not have the time, energy or space to do.
Be selfish to be selfless.
I’ll join you from here.
Sep 19th, 2014
It’s gonna be a good day. And if it’s not - make it one. #iamyou
Aug 27th, 2014