Happy Spring! As the seasons shift and nature begins its annual rebirth, Spring offers more than just warmer weather, longer days and blooming flowers. It presents an opportunity for personal growth and transformation. Let’s explore how embracing resilience, letting go and fostering self-growth can lead to a more fulfilling life—especially as we “spring ahead” into the new season.

The ability to navigate life’s challenges is a crucial skill that allows us to withstand and overcome unexpected and undesired situations. Just as trees bend but do not break in the face of strong winds, we can learn to strengthen our roots and persevere amid adversity. This is an ongoing process and daily routines such as meditation, yoga, morning readings, and somatic exercises can help. These or others help develop a flexible mindset, maintain a positive outlook and support us to be more present during difficult times. Here is a short moving meditation for inspiration. It will guide you into sensing your body like a tree.

Letting go is an essential part of personal growth and renewal. For the past few years, I have been in a class called Your Year of Miracles. March is the time the class introduces the “27 and 9” method. It’s to release ourselves from the weight of material possessions that no longer serve us and open our energy for more abundance and peace.

The method is to release 27 items each day for 9 days in a row. If you miss a day, you start again. Why 27? In Feng Shui, the number 9 is a powerful number and multiplied by 3=27. Feng Shui emphasizes the importance of creating harmony and an energetic balance in living environments. By identifying and letting go of 27 items, we not only create physical space but also symbolically release stagnant energy and attachments that may hold us back from fully embracing new growth and possibilities. I have learned to understand the outer reflects the inner, and the inner reflects the outer. I invite you to join me. I start on Tuesday. Let me know how it goes.






Additional Resources

Science-Based Mental Training & Visualization for Improved Learning | Huberman Lab Podcast

Processing Trauma: What it Means and How to Do It

Tree of Life Short Meditation



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