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How To Find Meaning In Your Life Now

How To Find Meaning In Your Life Now

…0; and the cool part is that we have a lot in common, you and I. We have an Inner and an Outer purpose… Everyone’s Inner purpose is the same… We are here to AWAKEN. This means that our primary focus in life should be on simply BEING… because WHAT WE ARE is the most important…

Inner Work, Mindfulness and the FREE Intuitive Heart Ecourse

The Mindful Mama Carnival is something I look forward to participating in. Mindfulness is something that I am conscious of day in and day out. Living a mindful life, parenting mindfully, being in a mindful relationship with Rasta Daddy are all a natural part of who I am and who I strive to be. &nbs…

Mindful Mothering Challenge Kick Off – Inner Work

The Mindful Mothering Challenge is now available as a FREE PDF!!!! Click below to download yours today!…

Work Hard, Be At Peace

In the journey of motherhood, there is hard work to be done. Mouths to feed, cuddles to share, floors to clean, diapers to change, laundry to do, and dinner to make. Sound familiar? What is probably more of a reality is that these things I mentioned are just the tip of the iceberg. I have found mot…

How To Lucid Dream With Clarity and Purpose

How To Lucid Dream With Clarity and Purpose: HybridRastaMama.com

…n artist that the meaning in their art is just an illusion. Dreams fuel the work I do. The work I do in all its manifestations is the result of my dreamwork. To be a dreamworker, or dream-weaver, is to soften the edge of waking life to dreamtime… to blend the symbology we use to understand our…

Guest Post: Meet the Demons of Self-Hatred and Trade Them for the Angels of Self-Appreciation

…at occurred when I was three years old was beyond profound. I’m still working through some stuff, but the deliverance and inner healing were very moving for me. Very moving. Again, find a practitioner you trust if you’re going to do this work. Charlatans exist, but so do honest people wh…

Unconditional Love Challenge – #2

…as it sets the base for the rest of the challenges. So if you have not yet worked through that challenge or feel like there is still work to be done, by all means, stop and take the time you need to make sure that you have done some serious personal forgiveness. I really loved the first challenge.&…

Why We Explode and How to Prevent It

…eviously unaware of. When we’re triggered, it can feel as if the hurt inner child is competing with our child’s feelings with sentiments of; “nobody cares about MY needs/ resentments/ frustrations/ disappointments/ grief”. Such inner conflict can be very uncomfortable, but be assured tha…

The Importance of Our Own Rhythm

The Importance of Our Own Rhythm: HybridRastaMama.com

…throughout the years… to take time and reevaluate my connections, and work. Those times were so eye-opening because it makes space for clarity and reminds us of our inner drumbeat, the personal rhythm that moves us along… like a realignment with our true self… And what we’ve…

The Unconditional Love Challenge – #4

…. I am simplifying this quite a bit. Some of you may have some really major work to do and I suggest you visit Dr. Laura’s original post. But for the rest of us, find that ONE button that gets pushed often and work on it. Figure out where it came from. Do you enjoy it or would you rather let i…

The Unconditional Love Challenge – Kick Off

The Unconditional Love Challenge (2)

In 2011 I brought you the Mindful Mothering Challenge which I received lots of positive feedback from. At the conclusion of the 22 challenge series, I hinted that I would be reviving my challenge series in January. Well, January is here and so is the new challenge. Inspired by Dr. Laura at Aha Par…

A Primal Need For Order and Predictability – And How I Let That Go

A Primal Need For Order and Predictability: HybridRastaMama.com

…r husband’s military service, Amy at Me, Mothering, and Making it All Work found that keeping consistent with her priorities in changing environments can take some work, but is vital to continuous health and happiness. Keeping it “Normal” — Kellie at Our Mindful Life has moved seve…

To Survive and Thrive

Well hello, everyone! I am Cara Jean and this is my first contribution to the lovely Hybrid Rasta Mama’s blog. I am thrilled to share some of my reflections here. Jennifer saw something I mentioned in one of the first posts to my own blog about how I plan to write on “what it takes to be an o…

The Importance of Finding Your Housecleaning Rhythm

Welcome to the June edition of the Simply Living Blog Carnival – Around the House cohosted by Mandy at Living Peacefully with Children, Laura at Authentic Parenting, Jennifer at True Confessions of a Real Mommy, and Joella at Fine and Fair. This month, we write about what we do to keep the li…

The Unconditional Love Challenge #7

Photo Credit: Music and Lyrics Blog Welcome back to The Unconditional Love Challenge. For those of you just joining me here is a little background on what this challenge is all about: Inspired by Dr. Laura at Aha Parenting , I have created The Unconditional Love Challenge. This is a 10 p…