International Speaker, Author and Mentor. Kitty keeps it short and simple. She uses daily conversations to explore how we can have crystal clear clarity to live the liberating and fulfilling life we all desire, to calmly and quietly live and speak our truth. It is all about differentiating our internal voice from the external noise. Only when we give ourselves the space to BE can we truly tune in and listen to what we need to hear and already know deep within us.
Many of us have been searching, be it our path or the meaning of our life. When we feel we have found a connection with someone or something, we hope that it is the right path for us.
Every path will lead us to a spot. It doesn't matter if it's right or wrong. What matters is that we feel that there is a strong connection and that we allow the magic to happen in its own space.
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What is the truth? What are the common misconceptions? And more importantly, why is it important and how do we connect and uncover our truth?
Our truth is instrumental in building and shaping our confidence, trust and faith in ourselves as well as in our lives. Explore it with me in this session.
Meditation doesn't require us to do anything other than sitting still. Yet, so many of us find it difficult.
Let's explore some of the misconceptions on meditation and how we can all find our own ways to have a calm mind as well as a calm heart without necessarily sitting down with our eyes closed.
Not all relationships are created or meant to be equal. We can be more of a taker in some and a receiver in others. When we want a bit of everything if not all of everything from each and every relationship we have, it be with our partners, friends or family members, we are putting tension and strain into it.
By understanding and knowing what gift each relationship has in store for us, we become more allowing and accepting of those around us, and more importantly, with and within ourselves. Only when relationships are given the space to be cultivated and nurtured, can they become mutually beneficial even when we are the sole giver.
We are so accustomed to giving our advice, comments or self-help materials to those who are going through tough time. At times, the best way to support each other in our journey is to simply give time and space to allow us to grow and be.