On this episode of Enlightenedhood, meet Tiffany Lanier, a clarity coach whose life-threatening diagnosis during pregnancy and onset of postpartum depression became the catalyst for her own spirituality.
While Tiffany continued to show up in her professional life despite feeling like a fraud, she didn’t feel like she had a clear sense of self or motivation.
It wasn’t until she came to terms with the fact she may have to create more space for herself and take time in the morning to help her move through these deeper emotions. Within two weeks of having morning rituals, Tiffany felt a huge difference by allowing herself just to be.
This led Tiffany to keep expanding her morning practice and reclaim her power.
Tiffany reminds us that our rituals should not be a cookie-cutter approach, but instead something that is unique to what our soul craves and what will fuel expansion. Tiffany shares why she views spirituality as raw self-discovery and why it’s so important to let go of our comparisons to someone else’s spiritual journey.
Lastly, Tiffany stresses the importance of our presence, how we show up in every moment, and why our actions may have a more profound effect than we realize.
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