21 days of letting go of struggle and finding your flow
So many of us are addicted to struggle…
We think that life needs to be hard or that struggle is somehow more valuable than ease.
What if life was more fun & easy?
What if your life could be more spacious & joyful?
What if we let go of pushing, striving and efforting as a strategy to get what we want? What if we stopped glorifying being busy? What if we allowed space for our authentic yeses and no’s and were able to compassionately set those boundaries? What if our internal GPS was orienting us toward joy all along?
I’m calling in more ease this year. If you are too, join me for 5 weeks of letting go of struggle, stepping into your flow and growing your joy and self-compassion.
Choosing Ease is designed to:
In this course, we will explore
The Mindset of Ease
What if this was fun and easy?
This is a question I ask myself all the time. It immediately rights my ship and helps me find an elegant solution to whatever I am wrestling with. This week will be about shifting our mindset from one of struggle to one of ease.
Clearing our physical space + our calendar to make more room for ease.
We will explore setting boundaries, perfectionism and we will identify where we can make space for simplicity. We will practice allowing things to be good enough, not perfect.
This is possibly the most important of all.
Creating a habit of relating to ourselves with kindness.
Getting into Alignment and Flow
Alignment is the new hustle peeps!
We will look at creating from the quantum model – one where we get into alignment before we take action. It’s not about more effort equals more results, it’s about right effort equals right results
How Authenticity Creates Ease
Leaning into who we actually are.
Identifying our strengths + gifts and allowing what feels most organic and natural to us to be front and center. We will also explore how our perceived flaws can be our gold.
Seeing myself with kind eyes was my favorite lesson.
“I think I’ve stumbled upon the taproot of my resistance around ease -the story that ease is for other people: whose partners support them, who are not alone. My new story is that I will never be alone because I have myself. All of the friendship and mothering and love that I give with such care and generosity to others is also available for me. Seeing myself with kind eyes was my favorite lesson. It helped me flip my ease story not in an intellectual way, but in a cellular way. I literally saw what was there for me–in my own eyes. Thank you, Andrea.”
– Sage Cohen