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“By focusing on my senses, it helped me get grounded on my forest walk and reminded me of the vast energy and support at my fingertips while releasing stresses of daily life.”
Dear Mrs. Lammam
"We are so happy we have this beautiful book to guide us. We learned about sadness, frustration and anger and how the compass of your heart works to make us happy and feel joy. You are the best author. "
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“If someone has tried meditation or mindfulness and feels like “they can’t do it”, they should try a forest therapy walk.“
WHAT KIDS ARE SAYING ABOUT YOUR HEART COMPASS
“I think this book is comforting and it helps me when I don’t feel my best.”
“Megan made me feel safe and cared for on the forest therapy walk. She offered prompts along the way to help me leave the bigger world behind to be truly present. I connected not only to nature but also to my deeper self.”
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MEGAN
“Today we had our first ever author visit! I’m STILL buzzing from the wonderful, amazing, uplifting energy that Megan brought to our school today!”
Welcome to the Soul Net Podcast where curious souls gather to contemplate life! Join me and my co-hosts, Dayna Bango and Islena Faircrest, as we dive deep into real-life experiences that break us open and expand our capacity for connection. Listen here.
Deepen your connection with nature by slowing down, opening your senses, and re-discovering your love for the land. On a forest therapy walk, the forest is the therapist, and the guide opens the doors. Learn more here.
Kids are loving Your Heart Compass, a story about two siblings who learn to navigate stress and anxiety by following their hearts. Find your inner strength with Your Heart Compass! Order your copy here.
The Autumnal Equinox is one of my favourite times of the year to reflect on the topic of gratitude. I return to books of poetry by Rumi and Mary Oliver to provide a sense of warmth and connection. I also return to this quote from Mary Davis which grounds me in the ritual of practicing gratitude: The more grateful I am, the more beauty I see. This Fall, I am focussing on tiny beautiful things as a way to cultivate daily gratitude.
I don’t know if it’s a mid-life awakening or simply a survival technique to help get me through the teenage years with my kids, but I have been setting some big boundaries this year. Partly, it’s to conserve energy because I’m 50! But also, it’s to preserve my peace. So, where there are trust issues in relationships, I am drawing a line. Now, within these new boundaries, I'm wondering where I belong?
In our culture, we refer to a vibe as a feeling that a person brings to a space. For example, you may hear someone say, “he brings a fun, party vibe” or “she has a boring, downer vibe”. We tend to use words to describe a person’s energy. But it goes much deeper than the words. Vibrations are sensory signals of energy in motion (e-motion) and they can say a lot about our emotional state of being.