Change is the one thing we can all count on to always happen. It can be quite scary, painful, devastating even, or it can be challenging, exciting, exhausting but still exciting, fun, you name it. When big changes come along, fear tends to creep in, to keep us safe from harm (generally speaking).
I deal with fear on a daily basis (we all do). Although in the past I have worked with therapists and even a coach to help me better manage fear (among many other parts of daily life), I acknowledge that life is one crazy amazing rollercoaster and sometimes I lean into the side of fear, self-doubt, etc. All this just to say that it’s not always a smooth ride. However, that doesn’t stop me from trying again, and again, or to take my time instead of rushing to “get it over with”.
For those of you who are currently off most social media platforms, good for you! And, I will share the news. My husband and I have moved to upstate New York. We are now in the Binghamton/Endwell New York area. After a couple of decades full of a great variety of experiences in the City that Never Sleeps, we decided to take a leap and move about 138 miles (222 km) north. This is a BIG CHANGE for anyone who has lived in the city for a long time. I am beyond grateful for the life I lived in one of the greatest cities on the planet. I learned more about the world and myself in my time there than I ever did before. I’m excited to see how city life transforms in the future.
So, if you are in the Binghamton NY area, come in for an in-person Reiki and Sound Healing session in Endwell (by appointment only)!
In other news, I’ve been immersing myself in the endless possibilities of sound healing, learning from some incredible teachers, and I am looking forward to sharing with you the transformational power of these practices, so stay tuned for more on sound healing.
Oh but I can’t just leave you like this! I want to share one easy practice that you can do any time and at any place where you aren’t required to be quiet.
Yes, humming improves physical balance, promotes alertness and clarity, calms the nervous system, improves sinusitis, and much more! So let’s practice humming every day. Begin with 5 minutes and progress to 10 within a week if possible. All you have to do is push your lips forward, pucker up as if you are about to share a kiss, and hum. The pitch should be whatever resonates with you naturally. Let me know how it feels.
Until the next, much love to you!