/ah-num-song/ origin - Irish + Greek (n):
  1. soul song, inner wisdom
  2. the expression of your unique purpose, truth, or voice

Tag Archives: Inner Wisdom

Using Emotions to Return to Inner Wisdom

You’ve probably noticed I talk a lot about the role of emotions in any mind-body healing journey, whether that journey is about pain relief, weight loss, stress relief, or something else. Feeling emotions and decoding their messages is a major part of the mind-body-soul connection. In fact, I’d even say it’s practically THE most important Read More

Intuition Game Results: Boy or Girl?

Thanks, everyone, for playing the intuition game last week! The survey results came in pretty much split right down the middle, fifty-fifty. If you didn’t hit the nail on the head, no worries. Keep playing with your intuition and practicing tuning into your soul. It’s definitely not a science, but you can become more and more Read More

Join In! It’s an Intuition Game!

There are many people who are able to wait until they give birth to find out whether they’re having a boy or girl.  I am not one of them. I’ve always had a terrible case of curiosity, which I like to think makes me a great coach. (I’m sure it can also make me an Read More

Hear Your Soul, Heal Yourself Ebook

I’m so excited to share the new Hear Your Soul, Heal Yourself ebook with you! Take a moment to view the video about the ebook, and then grab your copy by signing up in the box in the right sidebar. (The video talks about the ebook as a series, but I’ve decided to just send Read More

Giving Birth to Anamsong

Have you ever looked back and realized you could have never envisioned the path your life has taken? As I prepare to launch my new website and business, I am astounded at what has happened in my life to create this moment, now. This is why I bow down to my soul and revere its Read More

Let Yourself Off the Hook – 3 Steps to Instant Stress Relief

Self-pressure is my term for the mental expectations you have about yourself that differ from what you really need in this moment. It’s an instant stress-creator. Self-pressure can seem very subtle until you get used to noticing it. For example, I often decide I’m going to work out X number of days in a week, Read More