Loving Me is Loving you

I view self-love as a portal for great transformation, as a bridge for our highest, wisest and most vibrant selves to evolve and dance across. Self-love is a crucial component for creating and nurturing the healthy, joyous relationships we desire. Our relationship with self defines all others in our lives.

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Candice Ifill
The Power of Trust, Faith & Surrender

These three power words hold a tremendous amount of energy, seeded in our belief systems, family heritage and the collective consciousness. These seeds root and expand in our lives through experience, imagery and emotional response that carries both a negative and positive charge.

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Candice Ifill
The Elixir of Love

WHAT is it about love that we crave it beyond all else? Sure, we can attempt to fill the void with everything from food, substances, shopping, co-dependency, projection, unclear boundaries, blame, sex and habits in between and beyond.

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Candice Ifill
Congruency leads to clarity and alignment

I have been thinking a good deal about congruency this week. Where I have it and where there is opportunity for shift. Congruence, a noun signifying agreement or harmony and compatibility. When we are in “right relationship” with ourselves we are congruent to our positive, life affirming aspects, creating flow, clarity and alignment.

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Candice Ifill
Goddess Hecate

As I child, I spent a great deal of time in nature alone with the scents and sounds of the meadow, the forest, the lake and the creek in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. I felt more comfort and connection from the natural surroundings than most of the people in my circle of family and friends.

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Candice Ifill
2019: The Year of Radical Self Care, Success & Love

As each year passes, I recognize the incredible richness and the spiritual power of reflection. Sifting through both the accomplishments and the challenges of the year just ended, I see myself skipping quickly over the successes and dwelling on the moments when I didn’t quite hit the mark. Hmmm….can you relate?

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Candice Ifill