The end of striving… to be good enough, faithful enough, enough-enough-enough… has been the beginning of miracles. EnergieGal Been pondering what it means to be faithful… I’ve come to realize that, for me, I’ve often strived to be faithful so as not to let God down. Like, what kind of kid am I if IContinue reading “Walkin’ On Water 2007”
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Why You Aren’t Seeing It All
We don’t see people and situations as they are. We see people and situations as we are. Welcome to Holistic Wellness With EnergieGal, our YouTube show through 2023 in which we unpack various tools, truths, and triumphs as we gather and grow on our healing journey… to healing – and beyond! 🙂 Today we hearContinue reading “Why You Aren’t Seeing It All”
What Is The Biggest Sin?
Self-rejection is the biggest sin. Don Miguel Ruiz Welcome to today’s Holistic Wellness With EnergieGal show on YouTube, dear Journeyers… and, as always, so jazzed to have you along with us. It just wouldn’t be the same with ya! 😉 pecatus: sin impeccable: without sin A sin is anything that you do which goes againstContinue reading “What Is The Biggest Sin?”
The Story Of An Angry Girl
On today’s show, EnergieGal Holistic Wellness, we are enjoying day 6 – yes, already – and unpacking the powerful emotion called ANGER. All this and more! Enjoy 🙂 Together, you and me. Lisa xxx PS To book an appointment for Coaching, firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-716-269-9655. PS Please subscribe to our YouTube tribe and watch us growContinue reading “The Story Of An Angry Girl”
Who Are You, Really?
To make an appointment for Life Coaching/Tarot/Human Design/Astrology, email@example.com or 1-716-269-9655. There are three most important relationships in our lives: with yourself, with others, and with God. EnergieGal Welcome to the first installment in our new series, Empowered Relationships, in which we unpack the good, the bad, and the ugly of all things relationship… soundsContinue reading “Who Are You, Really?”
Being angry is like holding a piece of burning coal in your hand and hoping the other person feels pain. Wendy Merron There are those who are incessed – or maybe just confused, befuddled – by my refusal to be angry. The fact is that I was angry. I’m just not angry anymore. It’s aContinue reading “Crossroads”