Entries by Julie Serot

“I workout a ton and eat right…Why am I not losing weight?”

As we discovered in my last post, “Create…by listening,” I found that I could manifest just as powerfully by resting as much as, if not more than, manifesting by doing. I want to clarify this point based on some personal lessons I learned this week. This question of when to rest and when to PUSH […]

Resistance –> Creativity

How many times have you thought of a project, gotten SO inspired with creativity, and then halfway through (or–let’s be real–before you even BEGAN) you found reasons why you couldn’t finish (or start) it? You have to clean the house. Exercise is more important and thus precludes working on newfound project. Gotta nourish your relationships […]

The Vision & The Surprise: Part 2

At this point, my arm had been up for 40 minutes, I was balancing on one foot, and I was on stage with four other people.  Out of the 300 that started. The ache in my arm was numb….but my calf felt like it was going to break in two as my fine motor muscles […]

The Vision & The Surprise: Part 1

It was burning.  It was shaking.  The ache penetrated all the way down to my bones. My arm had been up for 20 minutes at this point and there was no telling how much longer I would have to hold it there.  15 more minutes?  30 more minutes?  Another hour? The rule was to keep […]

A Remedy for When You Feel Lonely

If there is one thing that is true about me, it’s that I’m a life-time learner.  I love learning more than almost anything else, and I get really excited about opportunities to be a student.  While I’m learning, I feel like everything else in the world is okay and, for me, it’s like there is […]

Secrets of Self-Love: Learning how to say, “No.”

I know the average person sees Valentine’s day as an opportunity to buy presents and eat yummy fancy foods and buy cards and things.  Those are pretty traditional Valentine’s Day activities.  However, I like to view Valentine’s day as more of a benchmark.  A time to sit and contemplate my thoughts and perceptions about the […]