3 Steps to Release Frustration

Do you freak out when things go unexpectedly in a not so favorable way? When you don't have the thing you need to do that thing you wanted or were asked to do? When 3 other things pop up and you don't even have the time to do it? When a customer, client, friend, or boss asks you for something that just seems impossible with the resources you have? When a challenge seems too big for you to handle with what you have? When you don't even know where to begin and don't even feel like it should be your responsibility to do it? When it just seems like too much? No worries, you are not alone. I may be a bit firm, but I do totally understand those feelings, and rest assured, firmness is kind o

Moving Through Anger

I remember standing up and arguing with my teacher in a 4th grade religion class because I felt she was passing unfair judgment on Judas Iscariot. I don't think she expected me LOL. It was an emotional class for me that day. I defend Judas because I see his struggle. And at the time, I saw him in myself. I identified with him. As I do with each of you. I did and do understand his pain. And I see it as something we all deal with if we are really honest about it. We all deal with doubt. We all deal with fear. We all deal with perceived scarcity. We all sometimes allow these emotions to dictate our behavior. And we all search to justify that behavior as the only choice to protect o


I am coming to the reluctant acceptance that when things seem to keep coming back around in my life, it's generally because I need it... I've been saying this for years, but I don't think I had completely accepted it. I firmly believe that EVERY experience carries a lesson that we need, that our souls need, to evolve. But I am also a bit hard-headed (okay, maybe A LOT). So I don't always accept that lesson the first time around. Often times, I think that I have accepted it. I think that I've learned and I intend to apply that lesson, but some part of myself is in resistance, and I find myself back in the same place all over again. Does this happen to you? Have you ever thought you learn

You Are Intuitive

My feet haphazardly strewn across the dash tapping intermittently to the beat of the radio, I let out a sigh and attempt to explain my plan... or lack thereof... There are so many things coming up and I thought I knew what I was doing when I dove into them... But sometimes, intentions get lost along the way... We shall see I suppose... "Well, I thought I would teach you, so that there could be two of us," I say, attempting to justify the amount of money spent on an upcoming event that I would logically have to work two of to make back my investment on. He looks at me sideways with an empty squint, returning his focus to the expansive road ahead. No comment. I have no idea what he is thinkin

Achieve Equilibrium in Your Self-Care Plan by Including Fitness

Photo credit: Pixabay Proper self-care promotes your long-term well-being. Including fitness in your overall plan is a key to health and vitality, but many of us struggle with squeezing it into our days. Here are some tips for incorporating physical activity into your lifestyle for a balanced health regimen. Self-care for survival. In our busy, on-the-go culture, good self-care is vital to maintaining our physical and mental wellness. The University at Buffalo explains that self-care reduces stress and enhances our health and well-being, establishing a foundation for both short-term and future wellness. Exercise is necessary for your body, mind, and soul, so it's impossible to find equilibri

Allowing Alignment

"Dear Brother, I am sorry if you are hurting. I love you and it wasn't my intent. I think you will understand that I just don't belong in this world. I don't understand what's supposed to be important. There is so much running after things that do not matter. The things that DO matter, the things that ARE important, are buried and forgotten. No one understands. People think I'm crazy. I cannot do it anymore. I just can't..." I was tired. I had hit my bottom. I was 19 years old and struggling to reconcile my spiritual truths with human existence. Something I had been struggling with for what seemed like eternity. I felt isolated. I felt alone. I felt misunderstood. None of the

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Author- Kimber Bowers

Loving Light Holistic Wellness


Kimber is a Certified Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, and intuitive empath who uses her own experience navigating emotions and developing positive thought patterns to support others in discovering their own worthiness, developing a sense of connection, and embracing JOY in their lives. Through her own transformation, she has discovered the keys to living a joy-filled life and wants you to feel the same!  Discover the freedom to BE all that you are and embrace all life has to offer!  Connect with Kimber at www.lovinglighthw.com and join the FREE group The Joy Coalition for additional daily support! 

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