What comes to mind when I tell you to think about intimacy?
Candles? Jazz music? Romantic date nights?
What if I told you that intimacy actually had nothing to do with those kinds of activities?
Intimacy isn’t about “romance” - it’s a way of building a deeper connection and closeness.
And contrary to what people may think, the most important person to build intimacy with is yourself.
Building intimacy with yourself is a way of honoring you and making yourself a priority in your life.
Trust me, when you begin to do this, everything begins to change (in the best way). Joy and ease in your life expand, and you begin to see yourself for the gift that you are.
These topics are some of the many we get to explore during Foundation classes that I facilitate.
If you haven’t been making yourself a priority lately, I encourage you to tune in and learn how intimacy has the power to completely transform your energy and create more ease than you can even imagine.
Have you ever noticed that the two excuses no one can argue with are - ‘I don’t have time’ or ‘I don’t have the money’?
If you’ve used either of those before, you know what I’m talking about. They work. No time and no money are brilliant justifications for not doing and creating what you’d like to in your life. And they also seem like very real barriers that we can’t get past.
When I first looked at choosing a Foundation and Level 1 (the core classes after Access Bars that are now just called The Foundation), I thought - how the heck am I ever going to create the money or time for that? I'm not working, I'm a stay-at-home mom, and most of our family’s money is pretty much accounted for where it needs to go! I have 2 little kids, I don’t have a babysitter who could watch them for 4 whole days, and I’m in the middle of my training to become a yoga teacher which also is on the weekends.
Despite that being a very logical reason why I couldn’t possibly take the class, I kept asking questions and using the basic tools of Access. I also chose the class. I was having it no matter what it took and no matter what it looked like.