Posts by Sara Best

What the food on your plate really means

The way you think about food is the way you think about everything. If we want to get even more specific, the way you think about food is the way you think about yourself and your relationship with the universe. Your plate is a microcosm. When we believe we need to constantly restrict and control…

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The Night-Time Snacking Solution

You know how it works. You do so well with making healthy choices all day, only to end up sabotaging all your great progress once evening rolls around. Despite having all the best intentions that morning, by the time the sun sets you feel like your willpower tank is dry and you simply don’t care…

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I’m not sorry

“The most revolutionary thing a woman can do is not explain herself.” – Glennon Doyle Lately I’ve been trying very hard to avoid saying “I’m sorry” unless I truly am. When people ask me to do something and I don’t want to do it, or I wouldn’t mind doing it, but know that doing it…

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Finding Your Steadiness and Sweetness

I had the opportunity last night to attend a class with a beautiful group of women where the topic of the evening was connecting with the Divine Masculine. For those of us who study the energies of the Divine Feminine and Masculine, we tend to think of masculine energy as all about goals, measurement, comparison,…

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Who do you need to be?

If you want something you’ve never had, you need to become someone you’ve never been. What does that mean? It means that the reason we struggle to get the results we want is because, right now, we’re not someone who does the things required to get those results. We make excuses. We put ourselves last.…

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The Comfort Zone is a Dangerous Place to Live

Former Navy Seal and ultrarunner, David Goggins, says that when you think you’ve reached your absolute limit, you’re actually at about 30 percent of what you’re capable of. I don’t know how accurate his math is, but I think he’s definitely onto something. The human brain is often afraid. That’s its nature. It’s on high…

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The Wolf You Feed

There’s a wonderful old story about a grandfather who is talking with his young grandson. The grandfather explains to the little boy that there are two wolves inside each us which are always at battle. One wolf is the wolf of light. It represents things like kindness, bravery, and love. The other wolf is the…

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Imagine if You Trusted Yourself

Imagine if you trusted yourself. No second guessing. No judging. No shame or self-consciousness. No assuming you’re wrong, inadequate, lacking or not enough. What if you just trusted yourself? Fully, completely, unconditionally with full and complete faith. What if you took off the armour, set down the shields and stood up tall? What if you…

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The Sad Story of the Lonely Rats

I heard a story today about a fascinating experiment involving rats and morphine.It was actually a series of studies done at a Canadian university in the late 1970s, originally intended to look at the physical mechanism opioid addiction. But what the researchers ended up learning was, in my opinion, far more interesting and enormously telling…

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Daily Offerings

I’m trying something new and I wondered if you might want to be part of it. As you may know, writing is one of my biggest loves. It’s what fills my cup and speaks to my soul. Writing is how I figure out what I’m thinking. When I’m writing I am most myself. So, in order to…

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