Quick hello from my hiatus!

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Hi lovelies, how has your weekend been?

Just sending out a reminder from my sleepy Sunday that I’m currently on hiatus resting and healing.  I’m not doing my spiritual mentoring sessions or intuitive readings at the moment or sending out my weekly ezine (I’ve had a lot of messages about it all).

I’ve stepped right back and am doing a little bit of painting and slowly getting a new Oracle Art website together (no rush). I might take short courses if they sing to me and am taking meetings if any potential collaborations for next year really call to me and feel fun and nurturing. But I’m not guest writing for books or speaking at summits etc this year. It’s happening gradually but I’m finally learning how to rest!

I have one book (my spiritual memoir) pretty much ready to publish but not enough fuel in my tanks to commit to that journey right now and also have several books at outline stage. Plus of course there’s the film which is on the back burner and I expect will be for a while yet. Who knows, I may end up letting all of that go. I’ll see….

Many clients and friends are hanging out in my private FB group for awakening women called ‘Feminine Mystics Rising’. Maybe I’ll see some of you there? That’s where I’m ‘blogging’ if I feel the urge! I’m also on Instagram quite a bit.

OK now I’m heading back to my duvet cave! Have a great week and do let me know your news. I love to hear how you are.

Lots of love to you all.
Kim

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SENSITIVES: 9 Tips to help you handle overwhelm in social situations

 

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I’ve been hearing a similar question over and over from my clients lately about how they feel as sensitives and empaths when in overwhelming social situations……

“As empaths we are constantly questioning ourselves, assuming we are at fault or are the only ones feeling bad in a social situation. How do we know which part of ourselves to listen to? Our heads and logic trying to make sense of things or how we feel?”

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11 Transformational Tips for over-giving, people-pleasing Empaths

 

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Do you give too much? Is it always you that makes the effort?

 

We loving, caring, sensitive souls can end up giving our power away and falling into the trap of over-giving. But why?

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Why sensitive souls lack confidence + 5 ways to turn that around

 

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As a sensitive soul I often feel overwhelmed by a busy and overstimulating world. I used to think I was failing because I couldn’t cope with it.

I used to get paranoid because I could feel what people were feeling and knew what they were thinking but they rarely showed it or admitted to it. It felt like dishonesty even when it wasn’t.

Somehow everyone else got the guide book of how to be in this world and I didn’t get a copy.

Can you relate?

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My Conscious Birthday Ritual

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As I approach my birthday on Tuesday and complete another turn around the sun, I have been inspired to reflect on the fact that I have become perhaps too good at surviving and battling through the countless tough times and navigating loss. I’ve earned my stripes many times over.

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When I became the muse for magical healing art

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A few months ago I began a magical journey of art and healing that would take my breath away.

I had seen some delightful illustrations of women floating past on my facebook timeline last year and I could feel there was something special about them. Maybe as an intuitive and energy artist I was picking up on some vibes I really liked. I wasn’t sure. I just knew I liked them. A lot!

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12 Essentials in your emotional ‘1st AID KIT’ for tough times

 

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When the SHIFT hits the fan sometimes all we can do is run for cover and do our best to keep going.

We dig in, run on adrenaline, coffee or whatever else gets us through. We are in survival mode because our ‘fight, freeze or flight’ mechanism has really kicked in.

We need that mechanism, it’s helping us, but the adrenaline only lasts so long until the pain and exhaustion kicks in.

What if there are quick, easy and effective ways to really support yourself, mind, body and soul during tough times? Simple practices to help make those shift-hitting-the-fan times just that little bit easier?

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The Truth About Soulmates

 

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What do you think about Soulmates?

Do you believe they are the happy ever after love mate from the romcoms?

Are you in a relationship right now with someone you feel is your Soulmate? Perhaps you’ve had a rude awakening about what Soulmates really are?

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Messy is Beautiful – Letting go of perfect

 

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There seems to be a myth floating around in the spiritual world that one day when you’re awake and enlightened everything will be perfect and heavenly, you won’t feel any pain or ‘negative’ emotions and everything will be love and sparkles. At that point you can become a guru talking only about love and light and everyone can look up to you.

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Healing the disease to please

 

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I’m a recovering people-pleaser. It’ll be something I need to stay aware of for the rest of my life. There isn’t a cure, I just need to manage it daily. It’s something I need to be conscious of every, single, day. Boundaries, assertiveness, self-care, selfhood, not hiding my light, saying no to others when I need to and saying a big juicy YES to myself. Without, apology.

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