Flowdreaming Podcast 597: Healthy High-Impact Morning Practices

Your day can unfold in a beautiful way if you give it just a few minutes of attention each morning.

Let’s start our day with intentions for alignment and flow, abundance, productivity, and loving connection with others. Listen to this episode to start (or end) your day in the right state of energy and mind. Check out the Flowdreaming Playlist Program My Amazing Day at Flowdreaming.com to go deeper.

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Flowdreaming Podcast 596: Passion Fatigue

Are you drained and bored with the thing you’re best at doing? Are you constantly anxious, stressed, or just ‘over it’?

After doing the thing you love for a long time, you can experience PASSION FATIGUE. It’s totally normal. When you’re craving a new direction, new ideas, or new anything, it means it’s time to use Flow to give to either invigorate you where you’re at, or offer you something new! Even better, get the Flowdreaming Playlist Manifest My Ultimate Best Outcome at Flowdreaming.com to change it up even faster.

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Flowdreaming Podcast 595: Estrangement

You haven’t spoken in a year (or years). You feel so guilty. You feel so mad.

Why do we become estranged from the people we love, and will we ever forgive or accept each other? We play with the energy of estrangement—that dark little family secret— and see how we can open up our love and shift the balance toward acceptance and support. Go deeper with the My Happy Family Playlist at Flowdreaming.com.

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Sword of Damocles

Caution: This is a morbid yet strangely happy post. It’s a weird post for me. It’s for all of you who are fogged out in the stressed-out  “just getting by” zone, and for those of you who are just depressed as all hell. I have words about this. Read on.

I just got my second clear MRI. No cancer.

MRIs suck. It’s not the needle in your arm, the cold medicine injected up your veins, the tight white sterile tube you’re sucked in, or the grinding, deafening  sounds that rip through your body. That’s all fine.

It’s the wondering what they see. And that you have to wait. And that those pains I have might go unexplained, which is better than if they DO get explained . . . as cancer.

I rose up high in relief for an evening after my doctor emailed me that they saw nothing. Year 3. You got more time, Sum.

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