5 Life Lessons I Learned in Bali

5 Life Lessons I Learned in Bali

Many of you already know, but some of you may not,  that I recently got married and then celebrated our honeymoon in Bali. Visiting Bali had always been a dream of mine and my awesome hubby helped make that a reality. It was a wonderful place. I adored the people, the culture, the natural beauty and spirituality of Bali. We visited many beautiful places, holy sites and experienced some amazing things, such as spiritual cleansing in the sacred springs of Tirta Empul at Tempak Siring Temple.

On our flight home, I was reflecting on our time in Bali and thinking about some of the lessons that I packed up to take with me as I move forward on my life’s path. Most of these are ideas that I already know and teach about but were presented to me to apply and practice during my trip to Bali. Here are the 5 top lessons I learned in Bali: 

A Simple Exercise to Help You Let Go of Worry

A Simple Exercise to Help You Let Go of Worry

Overthinking and chronic worrying lead to overwhelm and un-needed stress!

Perhaps you've been worried because you're going through so many changes right now, or because you have empathically picked up on other people's fear-based energies.

Maybe you’re the type of person who always wants everyone to be happy and you worry something is wrong when you can’t make everything ok.

On days where you feel tired, you may be a little more emotionally vulnerable and more prone to worry.

For whatever reason, you just can’t seem to overcome overthinking and chronic worry.

Remember that 99% of what you worry about never happens. Worry is a complete waste of time and a drain on your energy. But, don't feel bad about yourself if you worry a lot. We are human beings.

How to Practice Presence {when life is full of distractions}

How to Practice Presence {when life is full of distractions}

Life can get so busy that our days become filled with one mindless act after another. Meaning, that we race from one task to another; or meeting, or appointment, or phone call, or email, or whatever it may be, without ever being fully present for any of them.

Most of us tend to spend most of our time dwelling on past events, memories, or experiences or are worried about future ones.