Listen to this interview with Jessica May Tang, a fellow Coach!
Free yourself from limitations and truly embrace your life!!
Here are the links for sharing:
Podcast episode: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ly-27-let-go-past-embrace-your-life-kelly-maclellan/id1281748940?i=1000411083821&mt=2
I love writing on Sunday mornings. It is my sacred time. So here I am, deep in thought and because next week is Mother’s Day, my mom is on my mind.
While I was growing up, my mom committed herself to be involved in all of our activities. Often while we chilled in the evenings after dinner (one that she cooked) watching Wheel of Fortune, she left to go to the school association meetings or other fundraising volunteer activities that she believed in.
She drove us to all of our appointments, our after school jobs attended field trips, helped with homework and cooked, cleaned, scheduled etc…
She knew my friends and my teachers and tried her best to give me everything she knew how and more!
Often she sacrificed her joy for us.
She used to stay up late to clean and organize often till midnight, and then get up early and do it again.
She helped me pay for my education and set me up for my life when I left home for school at 18.
She wanted me to be independent. And I was. I am.
Only as an adult, can I see my mom’s contributions in my life for ALL that they are.
Sure she was sometimes stressed out and got upset and I remember being confused wondering what I did wrong.
But now I understand.
She gave me and my sister ALL of herself. And now as I live close to her again, I have the gift to see her play and enjoy her life fully.
She is deeply spiritual and through her journey, she taught me about meditation, angelic presence, divinity and energy therapies. She is my mom for a reason because I help people through what she inspired in me.
She recently got a record player and pulled out her old records igniting a crazy dance party; we twirled and laughed.
There was a moment when she danced with my daughter and the light came into the room surrounding them with brilliance. Time stopped. It was beautiful.
Day to day, we give (and give) but in those moments of the purest joy, we receive and our soul glows.
I wish you receive the purest of joy this week and that your soul glows! Whether your mom is with you physically or in spirit, know she is near.
Enjoy! With love, Kelly
“A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play: his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both.”
~ Francois Auguste Rene Chateaubriand
Enjoy! Embrace your life!
With love, Kelly
If you are struggling with anxiety, depression or grief and are trying to run your business at the same time – take a few minutes and slow down with this gentle heart centering meditation.
Listen to this when you are having a hard time. Get quiet and wait. Let your heart guide you. What messages is it sending to you?
Get comfortable with this truth – that your heart is always speaking to you, guiding you and then follow the wisdom within.
Enjoy! With love,
Yesterday, I walked to the end of my driveway to get into my car and stopped to watch as this little boy slowly rode past me on his bicycle.
His head bobbled a bit because of his helmet but it was his blissful smile that immediately caught my eye. I don’t think he even noticed me standing there watching him. He was eating a Popsicle and leaning back in his seat riding “no hands”. He easily balanced himself in his seat while he ate and smiled meandering down the street.
I stood there smiling and wondered what he was thinking. Isn’t that such an adult thing to ponder, “I wonder what he was thinking…?” He was very likely just enjoying his ride and his Popsicle. As adults, we are always judging, confirming, questioning.
I remember times when I would ride my bike home with my friend after our softball games, talking non-stop while chewing huge wads of bubble gum. Or the times I would walk with my sister to the corner store to get penny candy stuffing our faces as we walked home with our little hands dipping rapidly into the little brown bags filled with gummy worms, marshmallow strawberries or fun dipsticks.
Can you remember yourself as a little kid? Can you feel the feeling of simplicity, freedom and peace? We can retrieve these memories whenever we want and be soothed knowing that life can be this simple. Enjoy!
Embrace your life!
“I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.”
— Charles Haanel ~ the Master Key System