Posts Tagged: stress

Stressed? Join me at Inner Peace Immersion Retreat…

I have a confession. Over the last few weeks, I started feeling stressed about my upcoming Inner Peace Immersion Retreat. Ironic, right? How can an “inner peace” retreat be anything but peaceful?  It’s especially annoying since I’m known as America’s Inner Peace Coach — and sometimes I buy into the thought that “I shouldn’t EVER feel stressed.” HA! If you’ve run a multi-day event,… Read more »

Inner Peace, Zen and the Art of Moving

First off, before I move…I set an intention of having “the most effortless, flowing, stress-free move I’ve ever experienced”. I imagine everything coming together neatly into boxes, things moving quickly, nothing getting damaged…..and most importantly ME EXPERIENCING PEACE throughout the day. There are ALWAYS THINGS WE CANNOT PREDICT OR CONTROL in the outside world —… Read more »

Inner Peace: Weed-Eaters, Chainsaws & Tree Shredders

Perhaps you’re anticipating a brilliant article about how to find inner peace when the harsh vibrations of weed-eaters, chainsaws and tree shredders invade your neighborhood…and your eardrums. Well, America’s Inner Peace Coach cries “Uncle” in a sigh of defeat. I am humbled. Helpless in my human reaction. In the face of THIS “inner peace culprit,”… Read more »

Inner Peace Strategy: 5 Minutes of "Doing" Nothing

5 Minutes of “Doing” Nothing – As a coach, I work with numerous over-achieving clients, who are super “doers”. Yet, amidst all the success, they desire more balance in their lives and are intrigued with the idea of “being” more.  BEING meaning… connecting more to yourself…or your soul. Perhaps you, too, desire more balance and… Read more »