This is a class for parents who want to have another blueprint by which they can understand their children, family and relationships around them. This is about understanding archetypes, releasing judgement, seeking to understand others around you, seeing the bigger picture of what you are here to learn and heal from the closest relationships around you, your family.

By doing this, you can shift your own energy in the interactions that matter most, which are your daily interactions. This has more to do with you and your understanding of those relationships around you and how to consciously shift the qi of your relationships through your awareness.

This isn’t a class on parenting or how to parent your child because there is no rule book for your child. Have you noticed there are few experts and people outside of you who really know more about your child than you? If you are in crises mode, if you are trying to figure out what to do for your child who is in crises, the greatest gift you have is your grounded presence, awareness, and healing.

This is about trusting yourself more, and not second guessing your own instincts. This is about healing your own wounds and moving into greater awareness of self, so you can be the best guide you can be for those around you.

We all need instruction on how to relate energetically to one another to make a difference. Join me in this webinar on Dec 1 at 7-8:15 where we will go over:


  • Learn about the Five Elements personality archetypes. Understand your own personality elements as well as those of your family members and learn how to move into balance.

  • Conscious awareness as a tool in your parenting kit.

  • How to redefine yourself as a parent.

  • How to be the best guide you can be for your family.

  • How to heal yourself when your children trigger you.

  • How to trust your own internal compass more than the external pressures and forces around you.




Everything and everyone is a part of a whole. It’s demonstrated by the Taoist Yin and Yang symbol that shows both polarities and how they fit into circle as one. As such, the lens of how we see ourselves and others around us is a mix of polarities, such as right or wrong, good or bad, weird or normal, etc. When we get stuck in our polarities, we resort to judgment, and we tend to focus on differences in personality and preferences as a “bad” thing. It keeps us from connection and healing, which is what most of us desire deeply in our hearts, whether we are conscious of it or not.

We tend to be most reactive towards the people that we are around the most - our kids, parents, partners, or friends. You may not understand how and why someone close to you is wired the way they are, and you may judge it. How can your child be so different from you? How can your sibling or spouse respond in a way you would never respond? You may absorb and be overwhelmed by others.

These relationships around us are here to teach us something about ourselves and bring us into greater self-awareness and growth. It’s also an opportunity to calibrate into greater compassion for yourself and others. If you are not growing as a result of your relationships around you, it’s easy to cycle around in suffering, reactivity, judgment, guilt, resentment and overwhelm.

How do we balance the polarities and heal? With the chaos of the collective world out there deeply divided by polarity, how can we create more harmony within our own circles of relations and make a difference where we can?

The first step is to realize that these differences don’t need to polarize us in our own relationships. Diversity allows for differences of people, opinions, ways of thinking, beliefs, ways of being to exist in this world. These differences make up this diversity, and this diversity of people and elements makes up a unified whole. We are not meant to be the same, nor are we meant to be robots. And we don’t have to personalize these differences in personalities and reactions, if it’s because of our kids or family members.

Next step would be to move towards the lens of balance and neutrality and intend for more love and connection. There are so many ways we keep ourselves from connection by polarizing. That would require the practice of moving into greater awareness of your mind and heart, and knowing which is which.

Why is it important more than ever now to create your own peace and harmony in your own life and relationships? Because we have to vibe in our own personal lives what we want to see in the world. That’s powerful stuff. The more of us that wake up and practice in our relationships with the lens of balance and love, the more we can see it in the world. What we do for ourselves, we do for our kids, our community, and the world. This is the unified whole. This process starts with us.

Join me in the webinar "The Five Elements of Personalities & Your Relationships," on Oct. 28th (6:30pm CST)

You will learn:

  • What are the 5 elements personality types.

  • How to relate to the personalities around you.

  • How to identify mind and heart for every relationship you have.

  • How to see the bigger picture to break out of the cycle of judgement, blame, shame, etc.

  • How to have greater compassion for yourself and others.


LEARN MORE + REGISTER HERE


Hope to see you there!



*In Honor of National Oriental Medicine Day (Oct. 24th), we are doing a FREE webinar on "The Qi of Mindful Immunity," on Oct. 14th, led by Christie Jordan. Register Here.



We need now more than ever greater confidence in ourselves, our intuition, our bodies, and our immune systems. There are so many things outside of us we have no control over, and yet we spend our precious Qi/Energy in trying to control things. How many of us overthink because we believe that we have some level of control by thinking about it again and again? The truth is that we have little control over much of the things external to us. If we can accept that, we can be intentional about directing our inner Qi to assisting our bodies to weather the storm, because the bodies are designed to do that. How do you assist your body’s immune system in weathering the storms that are a part of life? First, manage your stress with mindful awareness. Everybody experiences stress. Our bodies are not meant to be in chronic fight and flight pushing our central nervous systems into overdrive. Big changes are happening collectively and individually and its amplifying feelings and emotions and symptoms, even in subtle ways. You may feel okay one moment, and not okay the next moment. The chronic fear and stress from overthinking can make your body’s immune system weaker over time. This is where mindfulness comes in big. Mindful awareness is how you learn to ride these waves and move forward from a space of clarity that arises from the practice. Secondly, listen to what your body needs, and let that guide you above anyone else. When you listen to your body, it will tell you what it wants in terms of food, alcohol, exercise, sleep, supplements and herbs. It’s when you don’t listen to the cues of fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, bloating, headaches, aches and pains, as well as emotions such as irritability, grief, anger, despair that you bypass the opportunity to find out what’s underneath it to heal. Our bodies will tell us when we need to drop everything to rest so we can power up and be able to handle any gale winds coming through our life. When we fail to listen and take action, our bodies are more susceptible to pathogenic invasions. Join me in "The Qi of Mindful Immunity," webinar designed to educate, inspire and inform you to take responsibility for what you can in terms of you and your family’s overall immune health. In this webinar, you will learn about:

Stress and the immune system.

Your greatest ally, your body.

The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) lens of the immune system

Ways to improve the immune system (food, lifestyle, supplements, herbs, best practices).


We hope to see you there!