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Wow, what a whirlwind of emotions and experiences this last week has been for me! 😮‍💨 I’m still processing all the magic and transformation that happened last weekend at my Spring Retreat in Idyllwild, CA. People’s lives where changed. Dreams were envisioned and released to the Universe, trusting that it will manifest when the time is right. ✨

And then, right after the retreat, I had to pack up and move to a new temporary home. The process stirred up so many emotions for me that I found myself crying daily for the first part of the week. But here I am now, sitting at the top of this mountain (literally), surrounded by the beauty of nature and reflecting on my journey. Despite the challenges, I’m proud of how far I’ve come and the resilience I’ve shown.

As we move into May, which is Mental Health Awareness month, I’m already gearing up for a month full of exciting events. From corporate wellness sessions to a recent radio interview in Spanish with @pilimontilla I’m feeling inspired to continue dreaming bigger and taking action in my life.

What are you most looking forward to this month? Share your thoughts with me in the comments below. 🌿

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🎙️In Episode 40 of the Breathe More Podcast, I talked with Okha Butler, who specializes in helping people regulate their nervous system and heal from past traumas. Okha shares her inspiring journey from educator to intuitive healer and how she overcame her father’s wrongful incarceration by championing a cause that provides hope and support to those affected by the prison system - the Heart Center.

During the podcast, we discussed the crucial role of understanding our nervous system, the importance of taking a mindful pause, and how these tools can help us move from reaction to response. Okha also shares her insights on trauma, awareness, and empowerment, and how taking a deep breath can change the course of our lives.

Tune in now on your favorite podcast platform or head over to my YouTube channel to listen 🎙️

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