When you re-invent yourself through conscious inner work and by taking responsibility for your life, things begin to shift.  First there are internal shifts such as a deeper sense of inner peace, freedom or clarity and then external shifts start to take place such as meeting inspiring people who support your path or understanding how you can finally move on from that thing/person who has been holding you back.  More than anything, as we begin to live in alignment with our values, the purest form of who we are begins to emerge.  I experienced this first hand and continue to feel it deepening as I refine and embody my truth more over time.  I see it in clients who begin to identify their core values and put themselves first, out-growing old patterns and discarding sabotaging illusions.  I see it when we remove processed foods and toxins from the body and allow our body to be nourished by clean, whole foods - a pureness and power is created on a physical level.  We return home to our truest selves.  Life becomes rich.  I am inspired to share one of my favorite poems with you that poetically describes how it feels to SEE YOURSELF, the TRUE YOU once again or maybe for the first time ever.  It is called Love After Love.  

Inviting all of you to feast on your life and to join me on this magical journey of living as the TRUE YOU.

Shine On,


The time will come 
when, with elation 
you will greet yourself arriving 
at your own door, in your own mirror 
and each will smile at the other's welcome, 

and say, sit here. Eat. 
You will love again the stranger who was your self.
Give wine. Give bread. Give back your heart 
to itself, to the stranger who has loved you 

all your life, whom you ignored 
for another, who knows you by heart. 
Take down the love letters from the bookshelf, 

the photographs, the desperate notes, 
peel your own image from the mirror. 
Sit. Feast on your life. 

 By Derek Walcott


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