Spring 2015’s Most Popular Posts

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Spring 2015 Most Popular Posts | ItRemembering Eileen

Last week I shared on the blog that I had suffered a loss in my personal life. My dear friend Eileen Grosse passed away from complications from cancer treatment. I had known her for my entire adult life, and loved her as a family member…

 

8 Ways to Prevent Personal Energy Crisis

There are no more powerful tools in my toolbox than the ones that help me understand what in my life fills me up versus what takes energy away from me. This sounds like a simple task, right? But it takes an awareness and diligence. It also means I must prioritize my life’s energy balance ahead of anyone else’s. As much as we talk about the concept of self love and self care, somehow it still feels a bit selfish to think in this way, even for me…

 

First Hand Experience: Third Chakra

This March my husband and I celebrated thirty years of marriage. Of all our anniversaries, none struck me like this magical number: thirty. As I write today about personal experiences that embody the energy of Manipura, the third chakra, I feel there is no better example of what this energy center can accomplish, when balanced…

 

Kal Akal

This weekend, I lost a very dear friend. It is hard to know what to do in the depths of sorrow, how to be true to the sadness you are experiencing personally and how to support and love those around you that are also suffering the same feelings…

 

Transitions Are Scary

I was talking to a client recently who had been offered his dream job abroad. He had been preparing his entire career for this opportunity: this job move would bring him the notoriety he deserved after working so hard at his craft. But he was immobilized by the thought of picking up his life and moving somewhere unfamiliar, so he called to consult me. When he opened the conversation, he did not address his fear. Instead he launched into all the many “good reasons” to not go…

About the Author:

Sarah Brassard’s passion lies in teaching people how to create a foundation for self-care, a method of wellness that brings profound opportunities for transformation. She is the author of Inside: A Guide to the Resources Within to Stay Vibrant and Alive Through All Life’s Challenges. The book details the self-care practices and protocols that sparked her healing journey and that she has been sharing with students and clients for the past fifteen years.

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