8 Ways Mindfulness Helps Achieve Goals

Make 2019 Your Best Year With Mindfulness

Have you set goals or intentions for 2019?

Did you know that 98% of people who set
New Year Eve goals fail within the first 90 days?
 
Reason I’ve found is because they’ve created
lofty goals, don’t have accountability,
and the goals are unrealistic.

I want to help you focus on success.

Why mindfulness helps with achieving goals.

Mindfulness is a matter of being present, and
acknowledging your current thoughts or how you feel.
You are not forcing positive thoughts, and you aren’t
trying to push them out of your mind.
This is not meditation.

It’s normal that negative thoughts come into your mind
and it’s up to you to decide who has control over your mind,
the thoughts or you. Mindfulness helps by identifying that
it’s a negative thought and helping you to stay focused on
your current task. Example, your goal is to lose weight and
while exercising you may have an image of a yummy
cheeseburger with fries. With mindfulness, you acknowledge
the thought and gently shift it while refocusing on whatever
exercise you’re doing. The cheeseburger thought is not
relevant to this moment.

The practice of mindfulness takes practice and reminding
yourself to return to the current moment so you remain present.
You also want to be non-judgmental of yourself and the thoughts
or feelings that come up when you are practicing mindfulness.
This in turn will help with your motivation in the new year.

8 ways mindfulness works for goal completion

1) Start with a Plan. My Holistic Wellness Self-Assessment
is my go to visualization as I identify 3 key areas I want to focus
on and then break it down by identifying how that can look.
Example: Goal: Improve my health and become more toned through
exercise. Then I’ll choose the ways that I like to exercise; walking
outside, swimming, dancing, weights, etc

2. Create SMART Goals. I use the SMART goals method to
create achievable and measurable goals. Then I write each goal
with objectives on post it notes and place them in visible areas.
Example: I want to exercise 3 times a week for at least 30 minutes
a day. I’ll write this on a post it note and place it on my bathroom
mirror to see it in the morning.

3. Take Action. Goals look amazing on paper yet the fun begins
when we take action on them. Schedule them in your calendar,
create notifications, etc.
Example: I’ve identified Mondays, Fridays, Saturday, and Sundays
at 7am to be my walking days outside. I’ve scheduled them in my
phone with notifications.

4. Stay in the moment. Try to reduce multitasking as much as
possible. Mindfulness is all about staying in the present.
Example: When walking I’ll focus on being present with my
surroundings for at least 10 minutes using my senses before
I switch tasks such as listening to music, talking on the phone
or listening to a podcast. This helps me be more
present and focused.

5. Envision goal completion. Use a daily meditation that’s
focused on goal completion and motivation then envision
yourself as you complete the goal.
Example: Use Insight Timer or Headspace to find a daily
meditation for morning goals and/or motivation.

6. Have fun with your goals. Enjoy the process as you achieve
your goals. Be patient with yourself as you incorporate new routines. 
Creativity is key for fun!
Example: If my intention is to go for a walk the next day
but it’s raining, then I’ll find a new activity such as
cleaning my apartment (amazing way to burn calories),
dancing, online exercise video, etc.

7. Open Yourself to Opportunities. By practicing mindfulness,
you’ll be ready and open to opportunities that come your way. You
never know who or what may help you achieve your resolutions. So
enter each experience with an open mind and an open heart. You’ll
be surprised how many new experiences may shape your year.

Example: Find someone who has a similar goal and create accountability.

8. Celebrate your Success. This is my favorite part, the reward.
Creating and achieving goals can be a reward in itself, yet having a
reward specifically for each goal makes it more interesting.

Example: Once I complete my goal of exercising consistently for 1
month as I’ve stated then I’ll gift myself a fun date out such as
walking in Vizcaya Gardens or Fairchild Gardens, buying a new outfit, etc.

Your New Year’s resolution may change as you maintain mindfulness
and continue to be clear on what you want. Remember that
mindfulness itself can be a goal. Enjoy the journey.

Thank you for reading my blog and being inspired to transform                                    yourself into a beautiful being of light.

For updated in person and online events and classes, please visit my events page.

Sharing blessings and happiness,
Paty Mariposa

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No Judgement Equals More Compassion

Practicing compassion during the holidays- Vlog

Last week I announced that I was starting a 21 day compassion challenge on Mariposas Holistic Healing Facebook Page. It began December 11 and runs until December 31.

I began this challenge honestly for myself. I felt myself moving into a scrooge mentality as December is when I really miss my mom and sister. Especially since December 26 would have been Yoli’s 43rd birthday. It happens every year and this year I decided to do something different.

I want to embrace the holidays again and enjoy it for its magic.

This challenge has been a challenge even in itself. I’ve realized that my schedule is sometimes difficult to predict and I can’t always make it at 9am when I said that’s when I would do the Facebook Live on compassion.

Through awareness and curiosity I’ve been practicing more compassion for myself. It’s always important to start with oneself rather than to immediately focus on changing someone else, or at least wanting to.

Today’s topic in the 21 day compassion challenge is on “no judgement.”

I recorded my discussion today yet I hope you’ll join me for the 21 day challenge. All of the lives are now recorded on my page.

As always, please leave feedback, comments or questions. I love hearing from you.

PS, remember save your spot for our upcoming Reiki Retreat in February. Spaces are filling up!! December 31 is the last day for a payment plan. Save now with only a $150 deposit.

Upcoming December and January Events
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For current updates, check my website

21 Day Compassion Challenge,
December 11- December 31st 

For 21 days let’s focus on compassion for ourselves and others via Facebook Live on Mariposas Holistic Healing Facebook 

Reiki Refresher:
Sunday December 16: 1:30-3:30pm

For anyone who has received Reiki at anytime in their life and hasn’t been practicing. All ages are welcome

Click here for more information. $33 investment, *waived if registered for February Reiki retreat

Reiki Share Sunday, December 16, 4-5pm
Learn about Reiki and receive a Reiki healing session in a group setting. No experience in Reiki is necessary.

Click here for more information. Free and open to all ages

Create 2019 Goals based on Holistic Wellness
Thursday, December 20, 7-9pm
Using Paty’s signature Holistic Wellness assessment you’ll identify 3 out of 7 key areas in your life to focus on. Together we’ll create realistic and measurable goals for continued success in 2019.

Click here to register as space is limited. Free Masterclass with handouts included.

January 2019 Events

Holistic Wellness Accountability
January 10, 7-9pm, Free
More information coming soon

Usui Reiki 1,
Sunday January 13.
Click here to register

Reiki Share 
Sunday, January 204:30-5:30pm
Learn about Reiki and receive a Reiki healing session in a group setting. No experience in Reiki is necessary.

From I Don’t Know To I’ll Figure It Out

How many times in the past 2 days did you say “I don’t know?”

Until recently I think I would have said it about 4-5 times a day yet it could be more depending on the conversation.

This could have been about anything as it was a default phrase stated when I didn’t have the answer off the top of my head or honestly when I didn’t want to put forth the effort of figuring it out.

This could be related to

  • directions
  • feelings
  • money management
  • limiting beliefs
  • technology
  • thoughts

Once it was pointed out I looked within to figure out why I would say I don’t know.

I realized it was a term I used to avoid doing inner work and it would cause my procrastination to flourish.

What is the reason you say I don’t know?

It’s so easy to say I don’t know and not do anything to switch it around. It’s like a parent responding to a kid asking why with, just because.

Now that I’m aware of it I decided that it was a habit I wanted to change.

I’ve set the intention to be more aware of when I say it. When I do catch myself I then switch it to I’ll figure it out.

Are you now aware of how often you say I don’t know?

Now, when I feel it coming up as a thought, I take a deep breath and then think of how I can figure it out.

This awareness has helped me move more into decisive action. For instance, I’ve been figuring out many new things and my procrastination has diminished.

It’s still a work in progress which I constantly remind myself.

When changing a habit or way of life, it’s so important to be  gentle with myself and I hope you’ll be too.

If you choose to accept this challenge along with me, I hope you keep in mind you’re changing a long standing habit. It takes constant focus and dedication which can be exhausting at times yet I promise you’ll be so much better for it. I know I am.

Honestly, it’s been quite an experience, one that I’m really proud of.

I’ve been able to accomplish more because I’m taking action.

I now know that saying I don’t know was due to my limiting belief around this and it was related to “I’m not worthy.” This one is huge for me and I know many of my clients struggle with this limiting belief too.

Do you struggle with this belief?

I’d like to share one example of a project I’ve been procrastinating on (at least a year) which was understanding how to make videos using my phone.

I would complain of how I didn’t know how to do it and watch in awe as others on social media posted these amazing videos. I sometimes belittled myself for it because I should know by now, comparing myself to others.

Can you relate to this internal conversation?

The other day when I caught myself eyeing another awesome video, I was reminded that I had a valuable source on my phone called Spark Video. It’s a free app I learned while in a social work conference earlier this year. It’s fun, check it out.

Last Monday I had an extensive amount of time as I flew back to Miami from San Diego from a 3 day business conference. Usually this is the time I take to clean off my computer desktop, watch movies or sleep (2 ways to procrasinate).

Instead I took the opportunity to learn how to create a video for my upcoming retreat using pictures I had on my phone as it’s been on my to do list for a month.

I’m very proud of myself for figuring it out. This is my first attempt making a video using the app on my phone.

I’ve since shared this video to numerous people with many positive responses. Now, I’d like to share it with you and request your feedback.

Also, I would really love to know if you capture the essence of the retreat, meaning do you understand what the video is about?

Click here to view the video.

If you’re interested in learning more about the retreat, click here for our landing page.

So, your heart-work is now to be more aware of when you say “I don’t know” and choose if you want to switch it to something more pro-active.

Feel free to reply and share your thoughts around this statement. I love to hear from you.

Peace and hugs,

Paty Mariposa

Summer Is Ending, Fall Is Near…

Virtual Tune Up

Time continues to move quickly especially as we’re entering the new academic school year. Regardless if you have children or not, you feel the shift as people are back from their travels, stores are packed with people preparing for schools, and the roads are once again congested. Parents are feeling overwhelmed as they’re preparing for the new school year through the purchase of new school supplies and clothes. Children are shifting their energies too as they’re preparing for change whether they want to or not as they enter their new school year.

As summer slowly shifts into fall, we may feel the subtle change in the seasons as we’re connected to our environments and to the people around us. One of the biggest changes of summer are routines as more often than not they were thrown out the window as children were not in school and many families were traveling. Absences from work were frequent which caused shifts in the working environment which could have led to more work on our plates to make up for those who were out of the office or for entrepreneurs in service based industries, less work because people were traveling.

Truth is, having a consistent routine is important year round because it keeps us centered and grounded. For example, if you’re accustomed to waking up at a certain time during the week but try to sleep in on the weekends, it does cause your body to struggle as it readjusts. You may experience this especially on Monday mornings as it’s harder to wake up because of the changes that may have happened on Saturday and Sunday morning.

Apart from having a routine, another important aspect is having a consistent time for you to be still as you release tension and energies that are blocking the flow which will then help you rest better at night so you’re body can heal.

This time may be through meditation, a mindfulness practice, or receiving healing sessions, such as a massage, acupuncture, or Reiki to name a few.

I want to share with you one of my client’s favorite and most popular ways to release tension and feel more relaxed, a remote chakra balance, aka a virtual tune up.

Simply put, because a chakra balance works in such a way that it relaxes the mind which then allows the energies in your body to flow with ease. It is easy, from within this relaxed state it’ll help you quiet the constant chatter in your head and assist you in handling the day to day activities with ease.

The virtual tune up includes Reiki and color therapy which your body instantly recognizes as helpful tools to assist in a deeper energetic clearing.

Within our remote session which can be done by phone or video I’ll guide you in a brief grounding meditation and then use these energy based tools remotely so you can feel relaxed and at ease.

The benefits of this session will last for various days and it’ll enhance your productivity and temperament especially as you’re around others who are in their aspect of changes.

The purpose overall is to help you stay grounded and focused. 

Schedule now your virtual tune up as I only have a few slots left this month for remote sessions. Click this link and scroll down to the virtual tune up option and find the best time and date that works for you.

Allow me to assist you in releasing stagnant energy so you can be more present and calm in your day to day activities.

Love and hugs,

Paty Mariposa ​​​​​​​

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It’s Happy Time!!

August is a month of mixed emotions and feelings for me.

On the sad and fearful end it’s the month my ex-boyfriend passed away a few years ago and it’s also when hurricanes come close to Florida. In 1992 was huddle in our living room with various family members as Hurricane Andrew ravaged through Miami and the the southern cities of Florida.

On the happy end it’s when I travel the most with my family and visit close friends. This month I have some amazing events planned out and programs I’m running and preparing for.Best of all, I’m 2 months away from turning 40. It’s going to be an epic birthday month that’s beginning to unveil itself.

So, I want to keep this month happy even while embracing the tough emotions that are triggered from various elements. Once I made that decision, an email popped into my inbox validating it with a cool resource. I love when that happens quickly.

I’m part of a newsletter list called Action for Happiness and yesterday they emailed a calendar for August that offers tips to be on ways to be happy every day which I find priceless and wanted to share it.

Of course, I chose you my awesome and happy tribe of heart-centered  individuals and Facebook group to begin with.

Let’s dedicate this month on happiness.

Every day intentionally do something that brings happiness to another which will boomerang to you.

Be Creative!!

Then share your happy activity on my public Facebook group Our Wheels of Life.

Take a look at the calendar above for inspiration or create your own activity and share it.

Happiness begins with us so let’s share the love.

P.S. I’ll be traveling between August 4-11 with limited internet but will post when I can. ​​​​​​​

Love and hugs,

Paty Mariposa  ​​​​​​​

Popping In With Exciting News

I’m popping into your mailbox because I just have some incredible news to share with you.

I’m writing to you from my 10 day personal and business trip in North Carolina as I share my love of Reiki with my best friend Paula whom I’ll teach her the Reiki Master/Teacher and together we’ll be offering a Reiki 1 class while I’m in town.

Reiki is one of my loves and I’m blessed to have created a business around sharing it individually and in group settings.

I became an entrepreneur in 2013, not out of choice per say but out of necessity because I was living abroad and beginning to work individually with clients.

I had just graduated earlier that year with my dual Masters of Public Health and Social Work. Once I graduated I moved to Nicaragua as I was working with a non-profit there as a volunteer coordinator. After a few months that reality ended after a miscommunication and I was left without a job or idea of what to do next.

I had the option of returning home (really didn’t want to) or continue to offer counseling and reiki to the people living in the town I was in which began by word of mouth.

After a few months I decided to return to the United States and become a health coach so I could learn how to be an entrepreneur, a skill that wasn’t taught in my graduate program.

The year I graduated as a health coach, 2014, I was asked to return home as my mom’s cancer had advanced and her body was slowly dying.

I dropped everything to focus on her and my father which was a full time job. When she passed away September 2014 I stayed with my dad so I could help him adjust and settle her accounts.

At this time I felt called to continue my path as an entrepreneur and revitalize Mariposas Holistic Healing as a counselor, coach, and energy healer.

Being an entrepreneur runs in our family as my mom began a home based business once I turned 10 years old to help my dad. Then I witnessed Yoli, my sister become an entrepreneur as a story teller and actress.

This lifestyle, even with its constant struggles and figuring out lots of things on my own, was the best way for me to continue creating the life I wanted. This works for me.

As I coached people who were struggling in their current jobs, feeling unhappy in their relationships, or feeling stuck a common theme stuck out; they were bored because they weren’t living fulfilling lives.

Often they asked how could they know their purpose and I would ask what brought them joy. They would groan as they discussed their money woes of living paycheck to paycheck, working with people they disliked, or doing whatever their partners wanted.

Sometimes after our sessions I would ponder about the word experiences and adventures as they came up often.

As I mentioned above, I love to travel and I’ve been on a journey to create a business in which I can teach, empower, and have fun wherever I go.

With Instagram I post pictures of my latest adventure or work trip and often receive comments such as “lucky,” “I live through your experiences,” “I wish I could travel too,” etc.

I totally believe that if I could have these amazing experiences so could anyone else.

I then thought to myself after each comment that there must be a better way to share with people how they could have experiences without even leaving their own cities.

Adventures can be found just walking down the street if you’re open to them.

So that curiosity and wanting to continue living the life I want to create has kept me on the journey of being an entrepreneur.

This journey has had its challenges as I’ve struggled with low confidence, fear, doubt in my abilities, and much more as most entrepreneurs, especially solo ones go through.

As my confidence grew so did my business success along with a desire for more because i still don’t have the level of freedom that i want in my life… something was missing.

Most importantly though I began to create a community of other entrepreneurs and business coaches which is so important to me.

I’ve then begun to shift my mindset of what success is to a mindset of abundance in all areas with the focus of experience.

My mission has also shifted to include sharing with people ways to live a life they thought was impossible through experiences and gratitude. 

I focused on the 3 main lessons I’ve learned thanks to Reiki

1) Gratitude is a daily practice

2) Do my work honestly, meaning evaluate how I’m showing up and holding myself accountable

3) Be kind to myself and others, which includes enjoy myself and others

Along this journey I was introduced to Liv…

Immediately I meshed with the mission of the company of living each day fully.

More than that they offer a community of like-minded people focused on living each day fully. Yet when I heard they focus on having Liv local experiences and Liv 2 give to empower local communities and those who are struggling to make ends meet, my heart expanded and I felt butterflies in my stomach.

Shortly after I joined the company, one of my team members created the 60 day #livmoments challenge which is a daily posting of pictures capturing our moments of gratitude.

​​​At the end of our 60 days each team member that participated in this challenge will receive at our doorsteps a photo book with all of the images we’ve taken for 60 days as a reminder of how amazing life is.

If you follow me on Instagram check out the hashtag and you’ll know which pictures will make it into my photo book.

So now that you know a little bit about why I’ve started my business and added a new one, I’d like to invite you to consider participating in the challenge for yourself.

Everything you need to know in order to make that decision can be found right here on this special invite page we put together – Just click here to view that page now.

Love and hugs,

Paty Mariposa  ​​​​​​​

Just for today…

A few years ago while I was living and working on the island of Ometepe in Nicaragua I had the opportunity to teach a group of Nicaraguan helping professionals Usui Reiki 1. Before we even began to discuss Reiki, I focused on how energy can be kept in the body after stressful situations if it’s not able to release after the initial fight or flight response. The blocked energy can lead to chronic physical health conditions within the body, such as pain, diabetes, heart conditions, back pain, etc or emotional/mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, worry, overwhelm or stress.

The participants groaned as soon as I mentioned the word stress. One woman burst out stating she wished she could divorce herself from stress. We all burst into laughter.

Returning to all seriousness, I informed them that stress is an essential part of our survival protocol as it protects us from danger and it’s a blessing we have it. However, if we continue to go from one stressful event to another this creates a problems that grows with time.

It’s a reality for all of us as we live in a world that’s constantly demanding our attention from current events in our hometown or in other countries to our families demands and expectations of all the roles we fill on a daily basis.

One of the best tools yet most challenging one for people to achieve is finding within ourselves a sense of stillness. Through engaging in a daily practice that assists in releasing blocked energy it then helps the body return to its relaxed and healthy state.

One of the ways I achieve stillness on a daily basis is through a daily mantra pracitce that I teach in my Usui Reiki 1 classes. Sensei Mikao Usui’s (founder of Usui Reiki) established 5 principles which he taught to his Reiki students as a foundation to begin and end the day. Within my daily practice they help me ground and when I find myself in a stress situations, I’m able to calm myself by that by stating each one. This helps me regain my sense of control of how I react to situations and people.

I’ve written below the principles as he stated them along with a brief explanation of what it means. If you feel called to apply these principles in your own life then feel free to choose words that resonate with you so it’s easier to incorporate.

Sensei Mikao Usui stated

    “The secret art of inviting happiness, the miraculous medicine of all diseases. Every morning and evening join your hands in prayer position, pray these words to your heart, and chant these words with your mouth.”

Just for today, (All you know is this moment)

Do not be angry(Anger is a negative force that consumes reason)

Do not worry(Worry is fear that’s not real because it’s based in the future, what you don’t know)

Be filled with gratitude(Gratitude, is a positive force that embraces reasoning)

Devote yourself to your work honestly, (Working on yourself and your purpose is a daily process)

Be kind to people.” (Be kind to yourself and others, for you’re perfect just the way you are)

Peace and tranquility begin with you.

What’s your favorite technique or saying that helps your mind, body, and soul find calm within chaos?

PS. I’ll be teaching Reiki 1 in North Carolina (July) and Miami (August). Register today as spots are filling up fast.

P.P.S. Can’t make it in person, then learn it remotely. Schedule a complimentary discovery call to learn how.

Love and hugs,

Paty Mariposa  ​​​​​​​


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July 13

It’s summer time in most of the world and that usually means the weather is nice enough to spend time outdoors and have fun. Being outdoors is different for everyone, yet what’s important is spending at least 10 minutes surrounded by trees, birds, getting direct sun or other natural environment.

One of the benefits of being in nature is to enhance your physical health.

Have you ever taken a deep breath when you have walked outside your building or your home? That’s because you’re body (an energetic being) is connected with nature, another energy being.

This is related to your heart chakra which heals faster in natural environments then indoors all the time.

Another benefit is on your mental and emotional health. It’s easier to have positive thoughts and feel more relaxed when you’re looking at a tree, the beach, or a river. You allow your mind to wander like a leaf moving down the river.

There are many ways to connect with nature as a way to naturally release stress such as grounding of which I discussed the science about it a couple of weeks ago in a previous newsletter, titled Grounding during chaos.

I’ve noticed many of my clients recently feeling ungrounded so I thought I’d share some quick ideas. Choose the one that resonates the most with you and just do it.

My favorite grounding technique is walking barefoot which I’ve done since I was a little girl. Of course, I had no idea what grounding was at the time. I remember vividly my mom nagging for me to put on shoes which I ignored until I absolutely had to. Mentally it almost hurt to put them on.

Now, I understand grounding as I like to understand why I do the things I do. I continue to walk barefoot at home and work and it feels so good.

Another favorite grounding technique is tree hugging. Growing up I loved to climb trees and just sit in them for hours on end. Now, as an adult I feel called to hug them yet I prefer to stay on the ground now.

Hugging is such an essential part of our energy exchange as social beings. Do you recall the last time you received a really good hug? Sometimes a tree can give those too.

Michael Franti sings how beneficial it is to hug once a day yet sometimes that may not always happen, especially if you live alone and work from home. So, when I can’t hug a person for whatever reason, I turn to trees for a deep energetic connection.

Other ways to get out into nature are

  • Visit a local park
  • Have a picnic
  • go camping
  • local hike
  • rent a kayak or canoe
  • play outside with kids
  • Outside live music
What’s your favorite way to spend time in nature?  Share your response on my Facebook community, Our Wheels of Life.

Love and virtual hugs,

Paty Mariposa ​​​​​​​

Upcoming In Person Events

July 14 Reiki 2 Certification class

July 29Reiki 1 in North Carolina

August 26, Reiki 1 

October 7, Reiki 2 

September 29-30, 2018Usui Reiki III* Certification Class

From Independence to Interconnection

A couple of days ago the United States celebrated the signing of our constitution which was written by men whose families came to this country seeking religion and social freedoms, what we call immigrants today. The fourth of July is usually represented by get togethers by family and friends for cookouts and fireworks. Not everyone agrees with this tradition based on numerous factors such as traumatic symptoms triggered by the fireworks, which is a right Americans have.

Truth is that the United States is one of the youngest countries formed Democratically by European immigrants and it’s sought out by citizens of other countries who are escaping torture, crime, death, and other horrors based on their beliefs. The traumas endured as they travel to the US can be horrendous at times and then they arrive to face another traumatic situation as families are ripped apart either at the border or even from their homes. This is a social and public health crisis happening within our borders that is affecting many people.

We all have our struggles and differences, sometimes we face them on our own unable to speak honestly about our ideas and values which is a sad truth. As a developed country we lack the interconnection many others embrace yet I believe that we can break through that so we can make a positive difference to influence our lives.

I believe that ignorance and fear is built by a focus of independence and that people who look and act differently from us are in some way wrong. I believe that in order to counter that it’s important for interconnection with others and nature. It’s through conversation and coming to the table that we can enact change. Yet, it begins with wanting to work with others.

When we judge others we hurt them for being individuals and we lessen the interconnection. Before you judge someone based on their values or personal choices, ensure you’re taking a look at yourself and remember the words to Michael Jackson’s song, Man in the Mirror.

Let’s take a stand today, together, to be more interconnected, to appreciate each other’s differences, and to be more loving towards ourselves and others. It’s through small and consistent actions that we can create change at least within ourselves.

There are so many ways to become involved so find one and let’s make a change together so people can heal. One way I chose to take action is by creating a prayer circle once a week so that we can join either via Facebook live or energetically to raise the vibrations of peace. If more people find hope within their hearts, there’s less chance to find fear. The circle will be in English and Spanish.

What do you choose, fear (independent) or hope (interconnection)?

Love and hugs,

Paty Mariposa 

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