A friend once said this to me: “Be Still.” At the time, I had NO idea what she was talking about. I was so busy rushing around in my very busy tax lawyer life, that I didn’t even have a minute to stop and process her phrase. Years later, not only do I understand what she meant, but I cherish the conversation, and her planting the seed. Being still allows you the time, space, and opportunity to listen to what you may have been ignoring, to feel what you may have been avoiding, and to see what you may be ignoring. Being still is the start to all things wonderful. So, I invite you to cultivate a practice of being still. Just sit, for 10 minutes a day. Then journal your thoughts and feelings from the experience. After 30 days, message me and let me know what you discovered, from your own Be Still journey.