Fast Soul Connection For Busy Goddesses

12250086_1493230324340140_1415134583996236477_nAs busy Modern Goddesses, one challenge is to stay connected to our Soul while we live on purpose, making a difference in this world.

Because I’m so passionate about discovering and sharing tools, tips and strategies that connect us and re-connect us, I leapt at the chance to contribute three pieces to the new book 365 Ways To Connect With Your Soul … which gets released today on Amazon! (Below is one of my contributions in its entirety!)

Other contributors include Arielle Ford, Peggy McColl, Christy Whitman … and two of our very own Modern Goddesses, Barbara Schiffman and Lori Evans!  

We all know one fast way to get connected to Soul is to express gratitude. Huge thank you Barbara, for all the years of Full Moon ceremonies in your gorgeous backyard, and working with me to create the Modern Goddess workbook. And huge thank you Lori for contributing your love and energy to our circle, and for supporting my body to heal with expert instruction in Pilates. 

Two other Goddess contributors to this book I want to give a shout out to are Renee Avard-Furlow and Cindy Jones Lantier. Thank you all for sharing your favorite ways to connect with soul! To get your copy of this book filled with fun and simple ways to get connected every day, click 365 Ways to Connect With Your Soul now!

As promised, below is one of my three contributions. Please share in the comments what your favorite, slam-dunk connection to soul tip is!

Busy Day Soul Connections

Remember the old AMEX slogan, “Never leave home without it”?

 Here are my busy day “Never leave home without them,” soul connections to ensure all day connection to the Light of Love inside!

1. Greet your Soul in the mirror each morning – it doesn’t care about the pillowcase creases on your cheek, crusty eyes or bed-head hair.

I smile from my heart and say, “Hello JoyFullLight. We have a lot on our plate today. I know I will do better with it all when I am connected with you!”

To maintain this connection, I have two daily reminders set on my phone at my busiest times. One is to “Breathe,” the other asks, “What am I grateful for right now?”

2. Even when I’m squeezed for time, I use my go-to meditation. Because it is only five minutes, I do it twice more during the day – usually when the Breathe and Gratitude reminders chime!

(Please be gentle with yourself if your to-do list takes over; say, “thank you” and refocus on your body.)

  • Close your eyes, inhale slowly through your nose and exhale slowly through your mouth three times, tip of tongue on the roof of your mouth. Use your exhales to release any tension you find as you move down your body.
  • Notice the sensations behind your eyes, what you hear, how tight or loose your jaw is.
  • Become aware of your neck, shoulders, arms and hands, noticing the sensations along the way.
  • Focus on your chest rising and falling with your breath, your belly’s fullness or hunger; notice the weight of your body on your buttocks.
  • Feel your thighs on the chair and your feet on the floor.
  • Place your hands on your heart center and whisper to yourself: “I love you (name), I love you (name), I love you (name).
  • Take three gentle breaths and open your eyes.

3. Claim three experiences you choose for the day (my favorites are love, ease & flow, fun, accomplishment…) and write them in your journal, calendar and the top of your to-do list!

365 Ways to Connect With Your Soul c 2015


  1. This page is always a bright spot in my week and I always find tools and gifts of value here. Congratulations on your book launch and already hitting the best seller list!! Looking forward to purchasing! Xoxo

  2. Congratulations on your book! You are such an inspiration!

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