Where Did My Mojo Go!
Something is bothering you. You can't quite put your finger on it, but it is a dull ache deep in the pit of your stomach. It has been there for a while, but you have ignored it as if you would a new bad sound coming from the engine of an old car. Something is there and each day the noise is sounding more like a word. Mo....Mo....
One morning you are sitting at your desk sipping your coffee and staring at the cloth walls of your box struggling to come up with an "out of the box" thought. When did this get so hard? Why is it such a struggle? Then with alarming clarity, the noise in your stomach speaks to you. Mo....Mojo. Mojo. That's it! Mojo. Your mojo was gone! Your ability to string together creative and gratifying thoughts some how got away from you. Where did your mojo go and how do you get it back?
The beauty about mojo is that it lays dormant. It does not leave you. It just waits patiently for you to recognize it is there, waiting to serve you. And, while it waits, it peculates with fresh ideas that will pour out into a fantastic cup of premium grade mojo, once you decide it is time to pour it out.
Call it out. Call it into existence. Regenerate it by learning a new dance; writing in a journal; starting a new job; releasing detractors; pursuing your passion; attracting edifying relationships or calling new and bold opportunities into existence.
Mojo is in your heart and your head. Bring it back to life by recognizing it was temporarily buried, and knowing you have the ability to recapture it again. You will know when it is back. Your stride will be different; your words dance; ideas are fresh and new; you are attracting positive people and experiences; and you live in the moment and enjoy every second of it.
The twinge you now feel in your stomach is not your missing mojo. It is sore muscles from belly dance class and you are once again, alive!
Learn How to Recognize and Manage Stress
Learn Stress Management Techniques from Oasis in the Overwhelm ™ That You Can Use Immediately
Learn How to Reclaim Your Power and Make Time for Things That Bring You Joy
Experience Yoga and Nia Dancing and Bring
Calm to Your Day
Learn how to say No and Mean It
And Finally...Finally...Make Time For You
When: June 11th
Where: Mercy Center by the Sea, Madison,CT
Select the picture below for more information.