I am here to help people make the difference only they can make and live their greatest, most inspired life.
The first step to living one’s greatest life is to Know Yourself.
Make space for yourself to get to know who you really are. And connect with your higher self. Your higher self knows where you are going.
One way to do this is to get out in nature, especially alone, and look deeply into nature.
Admire the beauty of nature. Appreciate it. Become completely present.
As I did yesterday while swimming back into shore.
The vibration of nature is perfect.
When you look deep into nature, you will understand everything better. Einstein said that.
I’m about to get out into nature, myself. I’ll go up to the volcanic crater and enjoy the views…
I recommend getting out in nature every single day, for a more peaceful, harmonious, purposeful and fulfilling life.
If you’re not able to get out in nature because of where you’re living now, you could make time for your self to listen to the beautiful sounds of nature for 20 minutes every day.
Somewhere you will not be disturbed for 20 minutes, listen to the sounds with headphones on, while sitting comfortably and peacefully. And do nothing except listen to the sounds with your eyes closed. You might imagine being at your favourite place in nature, a very beautiful place indeed.
I used to do this when I lived in a city. I would usually imagine a beautiful waterfall with a pool below it, and jungle all around, and toucans and other tropical birds flying around or lounging and making their music.
I have one more tip for you… If you’re in a city and it’s difficult to get out in nature every day, consider changing your lifestyle and moving to a place where it’s easy to connect with nature every day. This is what I did at the end of last year. I moved out of my apartment in Vancouver and began travelling. I started with Playa Chacala, Nayarit, Mexico, because it’s a place I knew and loved. It’s peaceful here and I’m now living much closer to nature.
There’s green grass in the yard that feels good on my feet. There’s a mango tree in the back yard. There’s a jungle right behind the property. It’s a 7 minute walk to the beach, which is often almost deserted. And when I walk along the beach and get to the wholistic retreat centre Mar de Jade (which originally brought me here in 2011) I can begin to hike up to the dormant volcano crater and see the beautiful views all around. I rarely see people up there. It gives me a lot of peace to get to connect deeply with nature.
I am very grateful.
To your best life!