Love is a Revolutionary act. Bring it on.

When a former drummer came to me & said he felt “dead” inside, I learned he was harboring a lot of resentment. I told him he needed to get his groove back. Resentment kills the groove.

The groove is made of Love. Love is the foundation for pleasure, happiness, joy – all the things we truly crave. Want more? Watch the video to learn one revolutionary action you can take to create more love in your life, instantly.

I know you’ve got it in you. Just do it. The freedom is sooo worth the revolution.

 

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2 Responses to Love is a Revolutionary act. Bring it on.

  1. Cathy January 8, 2013 at #

    It is easy to say “I let go of this resentment” but saying it doesn’t make it instantly leave. I truly want to release this resentment. It seems to keep showing back up.

    • Kimberly Cain January 9, 2013 at #

      So true, Cathy. Just saying, “I let go”, doesn’t make it leave. We all have to assess the cost of holding on to resentment. If we are truly living in joy & feel fulfilled while holding onto it, it might not be at the top of our agenda. I don’t believe that’s possible, though. We know when we’re weighted down, when we’re living with less joy than what we’d like to be. That’s when we have to ask the question, “What is it worth to hold on to resentment?” It boils down to examining your desires & how you want to feel. If it’s resentment over the same challenge again & again, examining your own energy as you encounter the other person or situation will give you clues about what needs to shift within you before you can let go.

      And, yeah, as long as you’re human – guess what? You get to repeat the “letting go” process in one form or another. Good news is – that means you’re living fully, in courage & in love.