What does it take to become unshakable? Seriously—what would it take for you to become unshakable? To be so solidly you, connected to your own center that you are not buffeted about by external circumstances or forces. To be able to respond—not react—to the flow of life. To have very little stress, […]
Watch as Dr. Heather Clark talks about the top 3 things that tend to keep a person swirling around in confusion and not moving forward. Discover how to shift this and move into Unshakable Being.
Stress is any challenge to normal balance. Stress is pressure or tension exerted on something (or someone). A state of strain or tension. A constraining force or influence. Stress occurs in response to a stressor–a thing (person, place, event,…any “stimulus”) that you respond to as a stress. Ontology (“objective realness”) […]
Ho’oponopono is a simple process to get freedom & forgiveness. Process: First, bring to mind a person, situation, or really anything you’d like to change. Then say–with feeling–the following: I’m sorry Please forgive me I love you Thank you Repeat as needed.
Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jennifer Urezzio (catch the complete podcast here). Jennifer Urezzio is a master intuitive, author, teacher and speaker. She specializes in helping people connect – to themselves, to each other, and to the Divine. She founded a new paradigm, Soul Language, which provides […]
Sometimes when we’re in stress we jump onto the Drama Triangle in particular conflict roles. Watch to see where you might be on the Drama Triangle and how you can spin your triangle to the Freedom Triangle. Transcript: Hello, this is Dr. Heather Clark with the drama triangle. This is […]
Suicide is top of mind for many with the passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. The “last person in the world” you’d expect to do that. “They had everything.” Again, I have no insight into either of their lives. I DO have insight into suicide in healers and change […]
With Kate Spade’s recent passing, suicide is top of mind for many. There is lots of discussion (a good thing!), some “shoulding”–such as “she should’ve reached out for help!” (a judgmental reaction), and a fair amount of victim blaming (a really judgmental reaction). This situation brought to my mind something […]
I’ve been using this step-by-step process for finding your Big Why for years, both for myself and for my clients. Why use your Big Why? Because connecting to your Big Why connects you to your true motivation. What will pull you toward your goal, instead of feeling you need to […]
What a fun interview with Angella Johnson! She is all about business alchemy and real conversations. So awesome. You can go directly to her site here. We talked about the new possibility that you don’t have to make your life about fixing problems and overcoming something just to be alive. […]