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An ongoing series of informational entries

Get Off the Hamster Wheel!

March 15, 2018

by Tracey Underhill

Do you you ever find yourself saying:

“I don’t know who I am.”

“I don’t know what I want.”

“I don’t know my own brilliance.”

“I don’t know my purpose.”

“I don’t know where I belong.”

Do you desire change?

Change in your job? Your relationship? Or simply change in your way of being in the world?

Do you long to love and accept yourself fully and get CRYSTAL clear on who you are and what you want?

Do you desire to move from stuck to unstuck- FAST?

Trust me, I’ve been there. I was unfulfilled in my nursing job, relationships, and life in general- feeling lost and stuck. My life was overly judgmental and I lacked confidence and spark. After 6 years of doing deep transformational work on myself, I discovered that the missing ingredients in my life were passion, presence, and purpose.

Using those ingredients, 3 years ago I led my first ever workshop for women to empower them to Get their Sexy back. After I facilitated that first workshop, my mission in life dramatically shifted, and I am now an empowerment and transformational coach and workshop facilitator.

As a result of living on purpose and finding my passion, I wake up with excitement, confidence, and tons of energy- with inner peace flooding my being. Not to mention I am helping transform lives differently than I ever did as a nurse and have manifested the relationship of my dreams.

I. Am. Happy. And I want this for you.

If you too want to turn your life around with a new beginning, where self-love is your strongest muscle and purpose your birthright, let’s set up a free 30 minute discovery session to see if my coaching will support you in achieving what you want in life.

Resistance and Fear

by Tracey Underhill


Last week I experienced a near death experience.

Ok, not really. But it felt like it.

I posted a live video on Facebook.

“How can you compare a Facebook video to a near death experience,” you ask?

Simple. When the body senses danger, you have three responses: You fight, flight (leave your body), or freeze.

I’ve been frozen for a while on my personal Facebook page. My mind has been telling me that it isn’t safe to share my business on that platform because I’ll be judged or disliked by my friends and family.

Luckily, I caught myself and asked the question that ALWAYS brings me back to the present moment and into my power:

“What’s the age of that story?”

That story was 5 years old.

Something happened in the first grade that caused me to believe that if I shared myself vulnerably with others, I’ll get hurt.

The fear of a 5 year old girl was running the show.

Then what?

When you diagnose your limited belief, the prescription is to write a new and empowered story that matches your power in the present moment.

"I’ll get hurt if I share myself vulnerably with others",

turns into

"When I share myself vulnerably with others, I give permission for others to do the same".

My vulnerability becomes a contribution.

Next up?


Resistance shows up in so many ways:





Sweat and nerves.

Reasoning your way out of it.

When resistance is present, your scared mind comes up with every “reason” you shouldn’t do what you want to do.

When that happens.

Do the opposite.

Go for it.

Dive in.

For me, the opposite action was pressing, “Post”!

Kind of ironic, right?

Stay tuned for the reveal

Create a life that lights you up!

much love

Tracey xoxo

Judging Others

by Tracey Underhill

December 31,2018

To acknowledge that we have judged and why, is the first step to a path of love and compassion.

Though it is human to judge  people we encounter based on first impressions, the conclusions we come to Is usually based on our own fears and our own preconceptions. Additionally, our judgments are frequently incomplete. For example, wealth can seem like proof that an individual is successful, and poverty can be seen as a signifier of laziness--neither of which may be true. At the heart of the tendency to judge and criticize, we often find insecurity. Overcoming our need to set ourselves apart from what we fear is a matter of understanding the root of judgment and then reaffirming our commitment to tolerance.

When we catch ourselves thinking or behaving judgmentally, we should ask ourselves where these judgments come from. Traits we hope we do not possess can instigate our criticism when we see them in others because passing judgment distances us from those traits. Once we regain our center, we can reinforce our open-mindedness by putting our feelings into words. To acknowledge to ourselves that we have judged, and that we have identified the root of our judgments, is the first step to a path of love. Recognizing that we limit our awareness by assessing others critically can make moving past our initial impressions much easier. Judgments seldom leave room for alternate possibilities.

Mother Teresa said, "If you judge people, you don't have time to love them." If we are quick to pass judgment on others, we forget that they, like us, are human beings. As we seldom know what roads people have traveled before We meet them or why they have come into our lives, we should always give those we meet the gift of an open heart. Doing so allows us to replace fear-based criticism with appreciation because we can then focus wholeheartedly on the spark of good that burns in all human souls.

Perception is projection. When we come from a place of ego fear and darkness we are judgemental. When we come from a place of love and light we meet people where they are at with compassion.

Create a life that lights you up!

much love

Tracey xoxo

Power or Positive thought!

by Tracey Underhill

May 8, 2019

You oversleep. 

You get a flat tire. 

You spill your coffee.

 You get a parking ticket.

 You lose your keys. 

Your list of to-dos is a mile long. 

You’re tired, frustrated, and a little bit hangry.

…I’ve been there.

There was a day when I woke up two hours late for my job… don’t ask me how I managed that. And when I was ONE turn away from work, I saw the lights behind me.

The police! 

So I pulled over and began to tear up as the officer came up and asked me where I was headed. I looked to my right and pointed towards work. I was so close. So, so close.

I almost let those emotions determine my day. I was frustrated and flustered at first, and I allowed my feelings to flood my mind. 

That day could have been horrible from that point on if I allowed it to be.

 I could’ve been moping and wallowing in frustration even longer as I explained to my boss what happened and continued to carry out all my tasks for the day.

But I didn’t.

Yes, those things happened, but they didn’t define me. My attitude allowed me to enjoy the day and smile and laugh and joke even more than usual.

Your attitude is what determines your day. 

Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. 

The small things in life don’t need to be worried and stressed about so much. The alarm can be fixed. The tire can be replaced. The coffee can be refilled. The parking ticket can be paid. The keys can be found. The to-dos can get to-done. You can get sleep. You can get some food. Maybe a Snickers to satisfy.

Your life is great. You just have to allow it to be.

People don’t make you angry - you allow the anger to dwell within you. Circumstances don’t upset you - you allow yourself to get upset. You choose to worry, you choose to criticize, you choose to blame, and you choose to complain. No one else decides this for you.

You can’t be moving up if your thoughts are bringing you down.

If you don’t like something, change it. 

If you can’t change it, change your way of thinking about it. 

Redirect your attitude. 

Remember that life is a gift - don’t ruin the contents. 

Choosing positive thinking provides you with confidence, vibrant health, and true beauty.

Your last day could be tomorrow - choose to live to the fullest each day and live with the attitude you’d want to be remembered for. Remain fixed on the good. See your problems as opportunities. When you keep your face to the sunshine you can’t see the shadows.

Count your blessings

There are so many good things in your life. 

Look at the blue sky, watch the sunset, go for a good run, have some ice cream. Be thankful for your family. 

Be thankful for a home. 

Be thankful for food.

 There are people worse off than you.

See the good

Bring out the best in people. 

Bring out the best in situations. 

Don’t assume. 

Don’t judge. 

You can’t control people or circumstances, but you can control your attitude. 

You can think positively and be light to others.

View setbacks as stepping stones

Don’t get frustrated when things don’t go your way. God knows what He’s doing, and He’s placing the right things in your life. When something doesn’t go according to plan, trust that there’s a better one. You are being moved. Believe in that.


Pray for a positive attitude each day. Pray to recognize your blessings and see the good.

 Pray for others. 

Pray to have faith.


Such a simple thing. Smiles are contagious, so shine those pearly whites. 

Smile at strangers, smile at your friends, smile at your dog. It could make someone’s day.

Having the right attitude will fill you with energy and peace. Be a light to those around you.  

Redirect your mind. 

Today is your day if you allow it to be.

Create a life that lights you up!

much love

Tracey xoxo

Transforming fear to light

BY Tracey Underhill

June 12,2019

When we have anger ( or negative emotions : anger , sadness, fear , hurt , guilt) that is lingering, and heavy. We need to find a way to challenge and replace this, to give it to the earth to cleanse and give a new purpose.

As humans, we all have anger, frustration, agitation, pissed off, sometimes more than others. All emotions are important and have a purpose. They act like a compass, navigating through our experiences.  Emotions are visitors , they come, we identify, challenge then replace. Negative Emotions are not supposed to take up residence within us. 

A healthy way of purging our anger, frustration, agitation and pissed off  from our bodies is to give it to Mother Earth. Give it to Gia! 

We can imagine ourselves being grounded as the colourful  energy passes from source energy through us into Mother Earth below. 

We can see that energy go straight to the earth's core where it becomes part of the continuous growth process of our planet and is transformed from negative to positive, from dark to light. Darkness is fear and judgement. Light is love and non judgement. 

When we choose to give our anger( or any negative emotion)  to the earth, we trust our connection with the natural world we live in and the great universe that fuels it all. 

Mother Earth will lovingly transform your anger ( or sadness, fear, hurt, guilt) into light so no need to feel guilty about unloading to her.

We can make this offering of our energy from any location. 

We know the earth is below us, supporting us and sustaining us. If we have the opportunity to physically connect to the earth by going outdoors taking our shoes and socks off and feel the ground beneath our feet, we may find it easier to connect to nature's energy flow. 

It may also be easier to receive the flow of positive, calming, healing energy that comes to fill our bodies when we have emptied ourselves of our anger. 

To begin, sit and breathe deeply, ask Mother Earth to accept your anger, ( sadness, fear, hurt, guilt) , and imagine it coming down your spine out of your tailbone, and into the earth's deep core. 

To finish, be sure to honor and thank the earth for her loving service.

When we work with our anger this way, we acknowledge that like everything else it is merely energy that can be used positively or negatively. During our grounding meditation, we may be given direction to channel this energy for its best use. 

We may find that the earth can help us cleanse energy to use for its rightful purpose. When we do this with gratitude, we know that we are not misusing the earth for our own selfish purposes. Instead we are connecting ourselves with the energy of our land, and when we do this we nurture the earth as it nourishes us.

Stand in your power!

Create a life that lights you up!

Much love