“Hard times require furious dancing,” wrote Alice Walker, and it seems we have entered into some pretty hard times. Shall we dance?
We have officially reached the end of the Zodiac calendar as we enter the season of Pisces. Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac, said to embody the traits of all the signs that precede it. This represents a time of transcendence, where we leave the physical (earth) plane behind and begin our ascension toward a more metaphysical (spiritual) plane.
A client of mine shared some sage advice she received from a friend: “You do not have to make a decision if it isn’t a “HELL YEAH!!” I could have hugged her in that moment. It was advice someone (i.e., me) needed to hear and I wanted to share it with you.
We are nearing the end of this summer’s eclipse season and what a finale it will be, as the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse peaks in the sign of Capricorn on Tuesday, July 16th. This is it folks. This is the big one. This is where we transform or go home.
A theme that has continued to come up in sessions with clients over the past few weeks is the importance of being present. I've had a big “a-ha” moment as a result; I’d like to share it with you.
“I, Tracey Lynnelle Rogers, do solemnly swear, to embrace all that I am; to be all that I am, unapologetically; to live fully in the present moment; to embody a great love; to exude a great love; to awaken great love in those I meet, and in all that I do. May it be so.”
As Spring blooms, I came up with a wonderful new diet. It’s free, doesn’t require exercise, and you can still eat whatever you want (as long as you’re eating healthy, of course).
Cramer purchased his first astrology reading back in 2014. Since then, he gets an annual forecast every year, refers me to family and friends, and his partner, Sam, is now one of my life coach clients.
I had a session with a client wanting to know when she would finally meet and build a committed relationship with her right mate.
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” ~Bernard Baruch
I have been wanting to write this blog for a while now, but could not find the words, and felt a little scared to do so. You see, I have recently discovered yet another damaging belief that I continue to internalize, and it goes something like this: If I disappoint others, they will no longer want to love, befriend, or support me.