WHAT DO YOU LEAN ON? FINDING YOUR DECADENT EXHALE

I am fierce, intense, a full-of-fire woman. I love to rise early in the morning and my days are filled with much that I hold sacred—making meals, connection, and caring for a growing family whose individual and collective needs change day to day. If I am not fully present, I might miss what needs my attention.
— Carrie-Anne Moss

Hi beauties!

We are all doing so much, aren't we? Life is filled to the brim with this and that. I try to remain still even though there are 10 more things that need to be done. There is something so incredibly decadent about knowing things need my attention and, instead of rushing to get everything completed, sitting down and drinking a tea. In this simple action I am taking a radical stand for what is truly important.

I am not a lazy person. I am not a super zen, soft woman either. I am fierce, intense, a full-of-fire woman. I love to rise early in the morning and my days are filled with much that I hold sacred—making meals, connection, and caring for a growing family whose individual and collective needs change day to day. If I am not fully present, I might miss what needs my attention. I make it a priority to listen to my dreams, to the stress I hold in my body, and to my dear and trustworthy intuition. I meditate daily so that I take the time to be in that space. That inner knowing, which no one else will give me. No other person can give me that. It lies within me, and it lies within you, too.

As we enter the holiday season I am offering a nourishing, 10-day online course so that we can come together and create a place within us that cultivates the space we crave around us. It is super simple, this space. It's not heavy or hard. It is a decadent exhale of finding a new way, of listening to your soul and leading the way from your heart. It is a space to lean on. 

If you feel moved to join us, come into the Annapurna Living Room for By the Fire—Soul Nourishment for the Holiday Season. We begin with the New Moon on December 11th. The holidays are here, and together we will enjoy and embrace them in ways that nourish and uplift...

With love,
Carrie-Anne