Connect to Your Center in an Uncentered Age

How to cultivate calm within the chaos.

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We’re living in a fascinating era…

We’re more connected than ever, yet we’re more disconnected than ever.

As a result, we’re more anxious than ever.

But, what I find more fascinating than anything is the fact that many of us are aware of this…

We know it’s not good, we’re just not sure how to navigate it or what to do. And that makes sense…

We feel the pressure to keep up. We think there’s nothing we can do. Our anxiousness is a merely a sign of the times.

This is where the opportunity lies. We can do something about it.

The way to navigate the chaos is by cultivating more calm within it, and we do that by cultivating our connection to self.

Mindfulness is where ease exists. It allows us to find our footing in a world that is moving faster and faster.

When we’re connected to self, we’re not only mindful, we’re centered. 

Therefore, we’re calm.


When we’re present, we don’t have time to stop ourselves from being ourselves. We are comfortable in our skin no matter what is happening around us. The ego & façade dissolve. We’re clear & compassionate. We embody composure. The perfect condition for sound moves that serve us, those around us, and the greater good.

In these moments we’re able to ride the internal & external tides, so we feel more at peace. Even on our busiest or most difficult days.

As we become more mindful, we have more of these moments because we’re…

Responding instead of reacting. We finally see that most of our stress is self-inflicted.

Simplifying all areas of our lives. We’re connected to what we want & need. Not what we think we should want & need. This makes decision-making easier and we don’t feel like we’re missing a thing.

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