Cynthia Occelli

Home Blog Posts tagged "women"

women Archives - Cynthia Occelli

8 Keys to Excellent Self-Care During the Holidays (and all year)

December 18, 2017

Holiday-Stress

 

I know what happens when I neglect self-care and I know how easy it is to slip up during the holidays. I’ve done it many times and witnessed others do it countless times, too.

So today I’m opening my private journal to share the 8 keys I flawlessly follow return to—to take extraordinary care of me. Make them yours.

1. Morning Moments

Read More

No comments yet



10 Tips for Taking Care of Yourself During the Holidays (and always)

December 23, 2015

Holiday-Stress

 

I know what happens when I neglect self-care and I know how easy it is to slip up during the holidays. I’ve done it many times and witnessed others do it countless times, too.

So today I’m opening my private journal to share the 10 tips I flawlessly follow return to—to take extraordinary care of me. Make them yours.

1. Morning Moments

Read More

No comments yet


The Difference Between “I Can’t Afford It” and “I Don’t Value It”

October 15, 2014

The Difference Between “I Can’t Afford It” and “I Don’t Value It.”

 

Once in a great while, I come across a writer and a writing that moves my center. My friend, Stacey Robbins, has penned a piece we all need to read.

I’ll warn you now, it’s raw, contains some adult language, and will call you on your inner BS (forgive me, I couldn’t find a more appropriate word). Also, it’s long. Make the time…

Read More

No comments yet


Why I chose to end my show

August 29, 2013

The Dock and the Willow Tree

Today I hosted the 40th and final broadcast of my Hay House Radio show.

It’s been an amazing experience and part of me wanted to stay and do four hundred shows, but it’s time for me to take the next step on my journey.

I’ve spent the last weeks sitting on the dock at my best friend’s pond in Iowa. I was surrounded by beauty in the form…

Read More

21 comments


Want to be a powerfully feminine woman?

February 27, 2013

The Resurrecting Venus Show

 

 

Thursday, 2/28/13 on Hay House Radio, we talked about how to unveil the Goddess within. I referenced two sources of information and promised to share them here: The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness and The Stress in America Report. During the second half of the show, I played a guided meditation called Connect with Your Inner Goddess. It will be available to…

Read More

8 comments


Ready for love?

November 6, 2012

Are you ready for love?

Love is the most powerful force there is and we can never have too much, yet so many say they have too little. Droves of us spend decades searching for it in schools, careers, gyms, nightclubs, and even grocery stores. We’re certain that some achievement, or person outside of ourselves, can give us what we so desperately seek. It’s a fruitless search.

Love is an inside job. You won’t attract genuine and lasting love in the…

Read More

1 comment


What Being Feminine Really Means

September 8, 2012

What being feminine means

 

After spending more than year focusing on the power of femininity and writing my book Resurrecting Venus: Embrace Your Feminine Power, I’ve learned that many women have no idea what femininity really means. Many women associate femininity with being weak, recessive, easy to take advantage of, or docile. Others think that it’s dressing in frilly dresses, batting their eyes, and eating finger sandwiches. Let’s clarify…

Read More

13 comments


The Sacred Ache of a Woman’s Heart

December 8, 2011

****To all the wonderful men who read my posts, much of what I write here applies to you, but there are some definite distinctions. I appreciate your presence and apologize if my writings leave you feeling left out. I’ll be talking men soon.****

Have you ever achieved a goal, something that was supposed to make you feel wonderful once you achieved it, and still felt incomplete? Do you long for something that…

Read More

22 comments


The Assault on Femininity Part Two

December 4, 2011

 

My last post The Assault on Femininity, triggered intense feelings for many women. A large group expressed relief and agreement; they saw themselves in my writing and were grateful someone else understands their struggle. Several stay-at-home moms wrote in expressing gratitude for recognizing and supporting their choice to take on the most important job in the world. A few women disagreed and shared their upset.

I respect every woman’s right to think…

Read More

9 comments