That B*tch: Accountability

Is accountability a b*tch for you? Why does accountability seem so hard? A friend explained it to me very simply once. Above the line behaviours are: accountability, responsibility and ownership and below the line behaviours are blame, excuses and denial. Why then, does it seem so hard to be above the line? Why does accountability scare us so much? 1. There is no-one left to blame. When we take full accountability for our lives we have to let go of the victim-energy of blaming others. This can be hard work if it’s been your way of operating in the world. Judging others and placing expectations upon them while we are not prepared to do anything ourselves gives our own inner critic prime seating in our life. It takes courage to rip the chair out from underneath your own inner critic and say that you’re done with that. It’s not always going to happen instantly. It takes time to notice when that critic comes creeping back in, to change that behaviour and choose better. Yip, it takes time to learn how to stop b*tching about other people. I’ve been that person. The one who had an ego feast and enjoyed attacking …

How to use your intuition in 2018

First published in Soulfilled.com Now more than ever we are increasingly aware of the need and desire to live in light frequencies. What is a light frequency? Joy, Happiness, Bliss! If you are not currently experiencing these energies then it’s a process of awareness to start learning what is required to shift into these paradigms. You know on a soul level that this is possible as there is always a part of you that is nudging you, prodding you and calling to you to experience MORE. More freedom, pleasure and abundance! So how do we do this in a practical way? These 4 steps will help shift you into a space where it’s easier to access your intuitive guidance into 2018 and beyond. 1. Be as a child. Have you ever noticed that a child can cry one minute and then laugh the next? Children are so present that they don’t slip into the mindset of “this feeling is right/good” or “this feeling is wrong/bad”. That is, they don’t judge themselves; they just feel the feeling and let it move through them. Can you say the same? Do you love your anger, rage, jealousy as much as your happiness, pleasure …