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Last night marked the beginning of what I can feel is going to be an incredible journey for my life.

I hosted a Vision Board class in my home last night. For those not familiar, a vision board can be many things, but it’s purpose is to create a concrete visual of the goals, dreams, and energies that you want to attract in your life. When we have something with those things on it, where we can look at it everyday, and remain focused on what it is that we truly want in our lives, it adds to the power and momentum which is required to bring those things to fruition in our lives.

On a whim, a month or so ago, I decided that I wanted to do a vision board class. I honestly didn’t know what to expect, or how it was going to shape up, but I knew that the New Moon brings the perfect energy for manifesting goals and intentions, so I set the class for the next New Moon, created a Facebook event, invited everyone I knew, and waited to see what happened.

As time drew closer I started researching the energy of this specific New Moon, which was in Taurus. Reading about the patient, grounded energy that Taurus brings, and how it can help us to figure out where we really want to focus our time and attention in life, I knew that the class was going to have all of the energy and exact vibes that I was looking for it to create, both for myself, and for others. It truly all came together very nicely.

Teaching the class last night taught me two things about myself: 1) While I have resisted following in my mother’s footsteps of teaching thus far in my life, there IS in fact an inner kindergarten teacher inside of me who absolutely loves to create fun, inspirational, and crafty learning experiences for people. And 2) There is totally an inner guru inside of me who loves explaining the energy currents, leading meditations, and inspiring people to think outside the box.

I’ll be honest, I have so many ideas and dreams about what I want to do in this life, and lately I have been feeling a bit lost as to what it is I TRULY want to do. What is my core mission? What do I want to focus on? I have been asking myself those questions for the past few weeks trying to figure that out. The answer I have been getting is that I want to inspire people. Which, is great, but what does that mean? What does that look like?

Last night I learned what that looks like. It looks like me directing a group of very smart, inspired, forward thinking women on how to work with the current energies of universe in order to best visualize and set their focus and intentions for the month ahead. My strengths lie in three key areas: 1) Socializing/Networking 2) Planning/Organizing and 3) Outside the Box Thinking. When you combine all of those with the goal of wanting to inspire people… you get one bad ass vision board class teacher. 🙂

I definitely don’t think that vision boarding is where this stops either. It is a great class, and I will definitely be doing it again, probably on a monthly basis actually. However, what last night really showed me is that I am on exactly the right track with what I want to do with my life. I felt alive last night in the best way possible. Now all I want is to help everyone else in the world feel that same way, which is exactly what I was put here to do.

I. Can. Not. Wait!!!!

Here are some of the finished products of last night:

Visions

Stay blessed all,

– Christine

 

 

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A few weeks ago I was talking with my step mom about how I was excited to get to decorate my new house. Rarely did I decorate or put much thought into the comfort of my surroundings in the many apartments I have lived in over the past 10 years, so the thought now of actually getting to nest, and decorate a space to reflect who I am, is really exciting. As I was talking to her about this, she had an aha moment, and went to grab a little book for me. The book was “Feng Shui Do’s & Taboo’s” By Angi Ma Wong. Upon first glance into the book it seemed like it was full of great tips for how to channel positive energy into your space, so I was super excited to read it. I immediately went to go read it and make a list of all of the things I needed to know to create good energy in my home.

Four hours later it was 1:30 AM and I was having a full on mental break down as I was reading about all of the bad ju ju my new house was going to bring me because of all the Don’ts on the list that my house contained. My bathroom falls into 4 major Don’t areas including being under a stair case, being outside the natural perimeter of the house, being across from the kitchen, and even more specifically DIRECTLY across from the stove which is a HUGE no no, and it falls into the Southeast sector of the house, which means I’m going to end up flushing all of my wealth literally down the drain. Now there are remedies to many of these situations, however, the more I read about the remedies, the more I realized that some of them contradicted the remedies of the other problems that the bathroom contained, so that is when panic set in as I realized there may not be much I can do to correct all of the bad ju ju in my bathroom. Not only that, there is a lot of conflicting information online, so it seems impossible to know what is actually the right remedy for any specific situation. By 2AM, I had to close my lap top, put the book away, and just start taking deep breaths to remind myself it was all going to be okay.

My first hour studying Feng Shui, I thought it was going to be simple and fun, but by hour 4, I realized that I was in way over my head. It is actually a very in depth and complicated art, that if done wrong can bring much bad luck into one’s life. However, as with everything I find myself drawn too, I take it all with a grain of salt.

The next day I ordered several smudge sticks so that I could at least be sure to clear the house of any existing negative energies first thing. Then I also ordered a metallic dusted amethyst crystal. Why this crystal? Well 1) it is gorgeous, but 2) the amethyst helps strengthen intuition and psychic abilities, while the metal element helps bring in added clarity. I figured there has to be a common ground that I can find for this whole bathroom energy debacle, but that I may need some extra angelic intuition and guidance to find it. Also, I found the name of a good Feng Shui consultant just in case I do find my wealth has started draining out of my life once I move into the new place. So either way, I’ve got my bases covered.

Check out this crystal though…

amethyst

I obtained it from Aurafy, excellent site, I highly recommend checking her out if you are looking for some unique crystals!!

So, bottom line, when you all come to visit my new house at some point, now you will know why my first floor bathroom is going to look like a gypsy lives in it. Mirrors, glitter lamps, snake grass plants, earth tones, bowls of pebbles, and lots of terra cotta. It will be the room with the most character to it that’s for sure. Anything to keep the good vibes flowing. 🙂

Thanks for reading all, happy Tuesday vibes!!

– Christine