Good morning SLAYER! Comfort can be found in the quiet. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
When I was living the dark I surrounded myself with a lot of noise. I didn’t realize I was doing it, or that I had stopped doing the things that used to ground me, or allowed me to find peace. My disease didn’t want me to find that peace, it wanted to keep its negative […]Read More Does The Quiet Scare You?
There is so much power in a pause. Not only from our mouth, but also our minds. Before walking this path I was always thinking and talking too much. Worried I wasn’t going to get what I wanted, or I was going to lose what I had, my mind and mouth was always going, partly […]Read More Overthinking Overtalking
Good morning SLAYER! Don’t be afraid of asking the questions, be afraid of not asking them. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Before walking this path I was afraid of the truth. I was either to fearful to ask the questions I should have been asking or I let my ego tell me I already knew the answers before asking them. Either way, not asking the questions was unsafe. Most of the time I was too afraid […]Read More When We Know The Answers We Are Safe
Good morning SLAYER! Trust the future for your answers. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I’ve written before about pausing when the answers aren’t there, about focusing on something else and not trying to force a solution or answer when it doesn’t seem to be there in the moment. Many times we want things to happen on our timeline, and it seems, most of the time, they do not, so […]Read More Live Your Way Into The Answers
Good morning SLAYERS! Within you there is a stillness and a sanctuary where you can retreat at any time and be by yourself. New blog goes up Sunday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
When I was sick I was afraid of silence. Silence for me back then was anything but silent, when things were quiet my head was the loudest. I tried to avoid silence at all costs, so much so that I would constantly numb and distract myself to avoid it. When I walked on the street […]Read More Silence Isn’t Empty It’s Full Of Answers
I was with a group of people yesterday and we were talking about how the greatest gift, or way of being of service to someone, is to listen. Many times that’s all anyone wants, to be heard, and yet, too many times we chime in with our opinion or experience before they’ve had a chance […]Read More W.A.I.T. – Why Am I Talking?