Express your Stress!!!
Music has always helped me focus on what I have, rather than what I don't.
My holiday song, Christmas Tonight, now available on Spotify, iTunes and more, is one way to stay connected to your heart.
Click here for the Lyric video of Christmas Tonight
After all, "if everyday's a gift, then it's Christmas Tonight."
Happy Holidays from my heart to yours.
The current stay-inside orders will stir up many emotions.
Whether staying inside invokes fear, OR relief; big feelings add stress. I ended up with an eczema breakout...on my face. You are not alone! We all need help sometimes.
Expressing emotions with a Creative Journal is the ultimate gift to yourself.
Try this after you've watched the news, or before going grocery shopping, or any time you need to release.
1. Using your non-dominant hand, scribble out your emotions.
2. Afterwards, with your dominant hand, write down how this felt.
3. Share your findings with a non-judgmental, trusted loved one, or not!
That's it! Remember, feelings are like people, we all need to be seen and heard.
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Come on in and get ready for clarity.
The answers you seek are Write Inside!
- Dorothy Segovia, certified Visioning(R) Coach.
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Creative PLAY = a joyful life!!!!
Read what her students had to say...
“Daily viewing and reflection of my Vision board kept my Vision in my consciousness. It helped me identify opportunities and barriers as they appeared. Being able to continually to add to the board let me see growth and a focusing of what I was seeking.”
--Kathleen Deragon, writer & former editor, Women’s Press of San Luis Obispo
"Your methodical guidance was perfect"
--Santa Barbara Visioning (R) workshop participant
"The whole process the movement was wonderful to free the song, to allow the creative energy to flow: the non-dominant hand music/drawing writing was all so revealing."
--Emily Yurchesen, author of An Odyssey of Song: Musical Journey into Your Creative Heart