Life Activation Testimonial

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Heather for several months. Her gifts and willingness to share are amazing! I think by far the life activation was the most impactful on my life as so many amazing things began to happen after! I’m truly in awe of her gifts and can’t wait for my next session with her!

Keep the Lights On

As we enter into Autumn, it is important that we take care of ourselves- especially those who suffer with anxiety, depression and/or trauma. Here are some tips for keeping your head above water

  • Don’t Isolate

Even if you’re an introvert, be sure that at least once per week you are spending time with others. If this means attending 12 Steps or a Meditation Class, keep your cup full so you don’t feel alone

Trap- spending time at a mall alone.

Solution- Be in the company of like-minded people that lift you up

  • Meditate
  • It’s important to change your brain chemistry and create new neuropathways. Having a private meditation practice is essential, but so is meditating with others. There are #MaxMeditation classes literally all over the world that will help you do this.
  • Trap- thinking that meditation cannot be successfully done in a group
  • Solution –try it- it’s dirt cheap and you’ll get a lot out of it
    • Take really good care of yourself
  • Self care is really tough for those who suffer with depression or ACE’s. Even the simplest act of making your bed and taking a shower can really help improve your mood.
  • Alanon teaches the acronym HALT– don’t get too Hungry Angry Lonely or Tired. Whether you have an Addict in your life or not, this is great advice!
  • Trap- eating junk food and not keeping a regular bedtime will mess you up faster than anything.
  • Solution-Even if you’re going through a period of time where you don’t sleep well, get up at the same time every day, shower or bathe and attend to your day. This will help you if you choose to do it. Eat fruits and vegetables and proteins
    • Keep coffee or tea dates

    If money is a problem, do an exchange with someone who lifts you up. Once a week meet at each other’s homes and switch off.

    Trap- believing you can’t because you have no money is a lie you’re telling yourself. You two can meet and drink water. The important thing is human interaction!

    Solution- make a call or send a text or email today, right now, and get out there!

    There is ALWAYS a way to get through the tough times- always.

    Keep the Lights On

    As we enter into Autumn, it is important that we take care of ourselves- especially those who suffer with anxiety, depression and/or trauma. Here are some tips for keeping your head above water

    • Don’t Isolate

    Even if you’re an introvert, be sure that at least once per week you are spending time with others. If this means attending 12 Steps or a Meditation Class, keep your cup full so you don’t feel alone

    Trap- spending time at a mall alone.

    Solution- Be in the company of like-minded people that lift you up

    • Meditate
  • It’s important to change your brain chemistry and create new neuropathways. Having a private meditation practice is essential, but so is meditating with others. There are #MaxMeditation classes literally all over the world that will help you do this.
  • Trap- thinking that meditation cannot be successfully done in a group
  • Solution –try it- it’s dirt cheap and you’ll get a lot out of it
    • Take really good care of yourself
  • Self care is really tough for those who suffer with depression or ACE’s. Even the simplest act of making your bed and taking a shower can really help improve your mood.
  • Alanon teaches the acronym HALT– don’t get too Hungry Angry Lonely or Tired. Whether you have an Addict in your life or not, this is great advice!
  • Trap- eating junk food and not keeping a regular bedtime will mess you up faster than anything.
  • Solution-Even if you’re going through a period of time where you don’t sleep well, get up at the same time every day, shower or bathe and attend to your day. This will help you if you choose to do it. Eat fruits and vegetables and proteins
    • Keep coffee or tea dates

    If money is a problem, do an exchange with someone who lifts you up. Once a week meet at each other’s homes and switch off.

    Trap- believing you can’t because you have no money is a lie you’re telling yourself. You two can meet and drink water. The important thing is human interaction!

    Solution- make a call or send a text or email today, right now, and get out there!

    There is ALWAYS a way to get through the tough times- always.

    Have Hope! #LookUp

    When you have come through adverse childhood experiences such as abuse, neglect, death of a parent or someone you love, it changes you because it literally changes the way your brain works.

    One way to gently change your Mind, is to lovingly look at the Music you listen to. Look at the lyrics.

    I had to do this about 10 years ago when I realized that so much of what I was listening to, even if it was popular or had a great beat, was really negative.

    Start looking at the lyrics of the songs you listen to. Every time you sing along, you’re repeating negative affirmations directly to your subconscious.

    Look at Music that’s happy. Look at lyrics that are positive.

    Here’s a popular song called “The Middle”

    This, to me is a GREAT SONG!! The subject of the song is relatable and difficult, but it isn’t a “victim” song.

    Look at your music choices and see what changes you can make to lighten up and give yourself something hopeful to put in your Mind.

    Take a seat

    Right over there, sat on the stairs

    Stay or leave

    The cabinets are bare and I’m unaware

    Of just how we got into this mess

    Got so aggressive

    I know we meant all good intentions

    So pull me closer

    Why don’t you pull me close

    Why don’t you come on over

    I can’t just let you go

    Oh baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    In the middle

    Baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    In the middle

    Take a step

    Back for a minute, into the kitchen

    Floors are wet

    And taps are still running, dishes are broken

    How did we get into this mess

    Got so aggressive

    I know we meant all good intentions

    So pull me closer

    Why don’t you pull me close

    Why don’t you come on over

    I can’t just let you go

    Oh baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    In the middle

    Looking at you I can’t lie

    Just pouring out admission

    Regardless my objection

    And it’s not about my pride

    I need you on my skin just

    Come over, pull me in just

    Oh baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle

    In the middle, no no

    Baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle, oh yeah

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle, oh

    In the middle

    Baby

    Why don’t you just meet me in the middle, baby

    I’m losing my mind just a little

    So why don’t you just meet me in the middle, middle

    In the middle, middle

    – Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey

    Anxiety, Productivity and the Workplace

     

    Any time you are distracted, even by positive thoughts, you aren’t present at your work and you’re unproductive.

    What can you do to bring better focus?

    • Create a personal ritual in the car or on the train on your way to work. Close your eyes and let go of the things that happened right before. Remind yourself that you’re not ignoring them, you are putting them on hold until the end of the work day
    • Meditate! The number 1 reason I teach my clients to meditate is because it strengthens your Will and allows you to choose on thought over another.
    • Organize your time before and after work. One of the most common forms of self-sabotage is disorganization. Another reason to meditate is that it helps organize your brain. I’m off meds for ADHD as a result of Meditation.  When you make lists, or use your phone’s calendar, you are setting yourself up for success
    • TAKE A DAY OFF! If you are SO distracted at work that you really aren’t doing your job, take a mental health day and take care of yourself. Can’t take a day? Take an evening or a morning. Set an alarm. Get up early and get organized.
    • Gently (yes I said gently) notice what the patterns are. What are you resisting? How can you take the reigns and get back in charge? What’s there for you to lovingly own?