In early January, I decided I just had to do a group workshop. Because I had been putting off doing an in-person retreat for about seven months, I found I was growing weary of my procrastination and knew I NEEDED something to change. I let go of the expectations I had put on myself. I realized they were keeping me from sharing this important work with those who need it most. I shifted gears and ... Read More about The Virtual Group Workshop Experience
If you’ve read my previous blogs HERE and HERE you’ll have an idea of where I was before Desire Mapping. I love reliving the day, the call, the moment my list of core desired feelings were whittled down. It was a very emotionally charged moment for me. I felt expansive, freed, liberated. I felt the skies open up and a path lay out before me. These felt like a compass and a guide for me. I knew ... Read More about What Changed When I Uncovered my CDFs?
When I began my Desire Map journey I was looking for a way to feel, really feel love again. That warmth, the twinge, the achey, bursting-open joyous sensation of love. I was kind of fearful that I wasn’t just numb to it, and that I was, perhaps, in the wrong place altogether. It turns out many “new” moms feel that numbness- the drain and fatigue of motherhood has taken its toll on our hearts and ... Read More about How I changed my relationship with Love
My old relationship with happiness was filled with miscommunication, unrealistic expectations, misunderstandings, confusion, and just plain disappointment. I sought to understand. I bought books. I read them (most of the way through). The problem was that none of them gave me tangible tasks that worked for me. One of the best is probably Shaun Achor’s The Happiness Advantage which really focused ... Read More about How I changed my relationship with Happiness
A five-day exploration in identifying your deepest desires. Based on the best-selling book The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte You want it. Aspiring. Hoping. Reaching. So you make a plan to get it. The bucket list. To-do lists. Objectives. Goals. Except... You’re not chasing the goal, you’re chasing a feeling you hope the goal will give you. So what if you first get clear on how you ... Read More about Introduction to the Desire Map