If you know me, you know I’m a HUGE fan of Gabby Bernstein. And because of her, I’m now fan-girling over author Rha Goddess since she introduced me to Rha during Gabby’s Spirit Junkie Masterclass. (I even got to meet her in March when she was here for a Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life workshop! Thank you Barb Schmidt and Michelle Maros!)

If you don’t know about Rha, I’m here to fix that!

Gabby and Rha recently got together for an Instagram video session, and it was AMAZING! I believe Rha’s words and wisdom are so important for us all, and especially now. Please take time to listen to their conversation, and let me know what you think! (Note: the video opens with an impromptu “Dear Gabby” session, and then Rha comes on at the 5:30 mark.)

Rha Goddess is the CEO of Move The Crowd, and author of The Calling: 3 Fundamental Shifts to Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good.

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Commitments are so important to honor and to follow through on, whether it’s your career, your dream, your vision. When we follow through on something that is important to us, then we start to feel this energetic support, and it begins with ourselves. If there’s something that you really, really want to work on and that you want to create, think about how you’re holding that space for you every day. Because we can have a thought, we can have a dream, and we can sit with those dreams. But if we don’t take action they just sit there. But once we start talking about it, working towards it, or researching information, or there’s a dream that you’ve had for a long time, but you sat with it for a long time, maybe just take action today.

I know that we’re coming into 2020 soon, and everybody has their commitments, their New Year’s resolutions… I always say, you know, make a commitment today. Don’t wait until the new year, don’t wait until, “you know what I’m ready to do this…”

Just do it.

We are supported. And it begins with ourselves, and it begins with following through on our own commitments, and not being afraid. Fear can so paralyze us, and if we stay in fear, and we stay in doubt, then it blocks us energetically. So today, please take action. Follow through, and please share with me on what you’re committing to. Because when we put it out there it just hold us accountable.

I love you guys, peace out. Namaste.

Mary Ann

Be sure to turn on the volume on the video!

If you’re feeling stuck, try this: get clear on what you want. Cancel out the noise and truly tune into your inner world.

  • What makes you happy?
  • When do you feel the most fulfilled?
  • Who do you feel best around?

Most importantly, get clear on your values. When you know your values, you can act in alignment with those values. This process of getting to know ONESELF is so key to getting out of a rut.

Journaling is an amazing way to dig deep and understand what one truly wants for their life. I feel that this is such an important topic to expand on because so many people feel stuck in their lives, feel unfulfilled, and feel ultimately unhappy. This can be CHANGED if you are willing to make a commitment to yourself.

On Vulnerability:

Allow yourself to feel. Listen to what your heart is telling you. Try journaling to get those thoughts down. Just write one sentence if that’s all you can do. No filtering, no erasing- simply explore what comes up for you and what feels true!

On Patience:

Think of 3 things you appreciate about the current stage of your life.

On Meditation:

Just practice. There is no perfect meditation. Simply close your eyes, breathe, and listen with an open heart.

The key to getting un-stuck will be different for everyone, but it starts with listening, calming the mind, and understanding what one truly wants. Once an intention can be implemented, it is easier to work towards something. Take it one day at a time and be kind to yourself along the way. And remember, we are all in this together.

“No one can hold you higher than yourself.” – Alicia Keyes

Mary Ann

Self love is about taking initiative of your life, honestly asking yourself:

Does this serve me?
What can I do to change it if it doesn’t?

Then, it’s about committing to yourself, and actively incorporating that change on a daily basis. It’s a balance between being kind to yourself when you need it but also holding yourself accountable and responsible for your wellbeing.

Self love is an ongoing DEDICATION to being the best version of you that there is.

Mary Ann