Kim Unplugged: My Daily Videos for Your Well-Being

Kim Unplugged: My Daily Videos for Your Well-Being

If you follow me on social media, then you already know I’ve chosen to participate in the “conversation” of our conscious awakening via daily Live videos this month. If you don’t, I’m inviting you to meet me here.

We are at a pivotal place in history, and I want to be a leader in helping us walk towards love, kindness, and spiritual awakening. This work begins internally, and I am committed to providing you with as many resources as possible to step into your true purpose here.

Tune into my daily videos on my Facebook Page (click here), or on YouTube (click here.) I’ll include a couple of them below for you.

Let’s Talk About Journaling

Let’s Talk About Journaling

Every day, I find more clarity and participate in a “conversation” with Infinite Intelligence. There is no final destination on the spiritual path.

We are all aware that JOURNALING is renowned as a way of connecting to our higher selves / God / our purpose… and that it has multiple therapeutic benefits.

Let’s talk about our journaling practices:
I find when I don’t start my writing by thinking about what I will write – but just start freestyling – sometimes I just start with “I don’t even know what I am going to write about – this feels funny. But I am going to start writing and I know by doing that ideas will emerge. I will keep writing (and I either do a certain time or certain amount of pages).

It’s so incredible that once I get in the “groove” of writing, and don’t overthink or judge what I am writing, I will notice more ideas, inspirations, intuitions and awarenesses will start showing up.

Do you journal? Tell me about your practice in the comments, or on my Instagram post (@kimfiske).

If you don’t already journal or are feeling stuck, try this:

Find 5 minutes today to sit down with a pen and paper. Close your eyes & take 3 deep breaths. Then, free write one page. It’s okay if the whole page is about how you have nothing to say — there is magic in noticing that the voice in your head can become words on paper. Start there.

This is the Most Important Word in Yoga

This is the Most Important Word in Yoga

Hello, sweet tribe! I just found this video while scrolling through my phone, and oh my goodness – this is important. Watch below to hear my post-yoga thoughts about a concept I think we should all live by.


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You Will Find What You’re Looking For

You Will Find What You’re Looking For

Whatcha looking at?

Did you know that:

Where you look, there you will go?
Where attention goes, your energy flows?
When you look – you will find?
We don’t see with our physical eyes – we see with our mind’s eyes?

If you start looking at (and for) the things in your world and focusing on what you want to create, and not what you don’t like, are annoyed with, drives you crazy – you will feel the miracle of this principle.

When Joe and I had filed for divorce, I was so RIGHT about how BAD he was. I had a list a mile long. I was focused on thinking and, especially, talking about it with anyone who would listen. 

When I heard the deeper, truer part of me ask the question, “Kim, are you really going to go through with this?” (And this voice did not have one smidgen of judgment or guilt. It was pure awareness and love. Just asking. I’ll never forget that!)

I stopped. I thought about it. 

Part of me felt like I was too far down the divorce “rabbit hole” to turn back, even if I wanted to, which at the time I absolutely DID NOT! 

This is when this principle became so real to me. I had a choice about what I was going to think about. I started with the idea of “Please help me want to want to.” At the time of this crossroads, nothing had changed in my feelings. I still felt exactly about Joe and our marriage that I had the day before. But I paused long enough to re-look at this decision with my logical, rational, brain. I didn’t want to go through the pain and carnage that this divorce would have led to, especially to the kids. I wanted my feelings to change. Or at least I wanted to want them to change. 

So the process I used during the next few years (and yes, it can take time…) was when I felt the desire to leave, I looked for every reason I could to stay. I looked for qualities and behaviors in Joe that were always there, but I had not given attention to.

He was loyal.

He was faithful.

He kept his word.

He was tenacious when he decided to do something (which came in handy in deciding to stay to make the marriage work!)

He was a hard worker.

He had valuable life skills.

He was sexy (and still is, by the way! – Sorry, I regress..)

He cleaned and cooked.

He gave me freedom. 

He wasn’t a controller (well, I think I had to train that in our early days of marriage.)

He was honest.

He didn’t have a reactive personality.

He was steady.

He was reliable.

Anyway – you get the picture, right?

The more I thought about and decided to focus on the qualities of him that were positive and made me feel good about him, those qualities and behaviors seemingly increased. Whether they really did or I just started noticing them, I’m not sure. But who cares? 

I refer to this principle and part of our brain’s reticular activating system, as the “mental bloodhounds.” If you give your brain a “scent” – its job is to only show you what you’ve already told it is true. So, I gave my dogs a new scent, based on what I wanted, not on what I didn’t want.

I also focused on my behaviors, attitudes, and mindset. I noticed the times I was reactive to him, where I may have been tempted to lash out. I stopped this, after probably several failures. It became more natural for us to hear each other. We both worked on ourselves and also how we saw each other.

I write about this principle more in my book, The Monster Under the Bed – Uncovering the Lie that Drives Us. It’s a deal breaker principle. If you abide by the law of attention, you can benefit from it, knowing that if you change how you look at things in your life, those things you look at, can, and often will, change. 

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The Importance of Your Frame – Vlog

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