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Building Your Soulful Tribe

When I’m holding space for someone they have my 100% undivided attention, and as a channeler and healer, this is non-negotiable.

But as coaches (and human beings! 😉 we only have a limited amount of time and energy for one on one work. I learned this the hard way, feeling like I had to say “yes” and help everyone all the time.

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My 9th Chakra Awakening

I often get asked if there was a pivotal moment in my life that sparked my spiritual awakening. And the answer is always an emphatic “Yes!”. At the time I was already doing a lot of inner work. I’d begun facing and dismantling my limiting beliefs. Things like “I am not enough” – wow, that

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The Trap of Putting Others Down

The Trap of Putting Others Down to Build Yourself Up

Putting others down to build yourself up.. it’s the kind of thing we recoil at when we see people doing it – but if we’re honest with ourselves it’s something we’ve all done (and perhaps even do).


The Biggest Meditation Myth

I’ve spoken to many people about meditation over the years, during my 1-to-1’s, retreats and workshops, and there seems to be a running meditation myth out there, that’s holding people back from beginning their practice. We tend to view meditation as this perfect state of no thought, or of monks sitting on mountaintops for hours

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How To Manifest More Travel

My husband and I were talking the other day about mindset and travel. I feel like Americans have this idea that travel is a great big deal. I hear all the time that “travel is a luxury”, but it doesn’t have to be. If we change the way we think about it and see that’s

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The Danger of a Good Vibes Only Mentality

I see a lot of people in the coaching community focusing on a good vibes only approach. While this is great (we all need affirmations, and positive mindsets).. it’s only half of the picture. And when we deny the other side of life, it can come out in some pretty scary ways. The fact is,

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Alternate Nostril Breathing for Well-Being

Our physical, mental, and emotional health is all about harmony. We tend to look at things as either positive or negative, but no one state is ‘wrong’ or ‘right’. True health arises from balance, and painting with the whole palette; allowing ourselves to rest and replenish, just as much as we focus and act. The

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Marketing your Soulful Service or Event

Soul based marketing is all about tapping into the essence of your clients, speaking to them right where they are, and giving them a glimpse of the transformation that awaits.

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How to Fully Book any Event using Universal Law

Creating your own event, whether it’s a local informal talk, or a week long retreat in Costa Rica, can be scary. Especially if we’re taking a big step outside of our comfort zone, *hello fears and triggers!!* But there is a way to fill your events gracefully, and even have some fun along the way.

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How To Perform Your Very Own Sacred Cacao Ceremony

When you think of chocolate what images come up? Pretty boxes tied with ribbons, a naughty treat, or perhaps a gift from a loved one? How about an ancient mystical plant medicine, that channels the divine and helps us connect with our highest Self?! It’s a little far removed from a Hershey bar right? Surprisingly,

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4 Powerful Antidotes to Perfectionism

Perfectionism is a black hole of time and energy, and is one of the arch nemesis’ of a successful and happy life. I’m teaching you 4 powerful steps to overcome perfectionism, stop living in fear and start living your biggest life.

The Art of Decluttering

Each year deciduous trees all over the world shed the leaves that have been their life line to the sun. – a decluttering of sorts. They are entering a new phase, and through letting go of the old, they make way for new growth in the coming spring. They intuitively know that rebirth can only

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Heal Your Money Mindset

Do you recognize that you have fear-based thinking when it comes to money? Read along for journal prompts and an exercise to help you heal your money wounds and dissolve the fear-based thinking blocking you from abundance. If you feel as though you are blocking abundance from your life, you may want to do a

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My Method to Bust Through Analysis Paralysis

Do you suffer from analysis paralysis? Ever had a hunch or an inspired idea, only to kill it or watch it shrivel up and die as you suffocate it with analysis? (OK maybe that’s a *bit* dramatic, but you get my point). If so, then keep reading to learn a fun way to bust through

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Make the Shift to Healthy Eating

3 Simple Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier

Ever wondered how some people just seem to make healthy eating look so seamless, easy, and enjoyable, while you feel like it’s a total uphill battle? It’s not that some people are just born with magical, leafy-green-loving taste buds and you aren’t. It’s something much deeper than that. Before I became pregnant with my second

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Cacao elixir

Cacao Elixir: Healthy, Indulgent, Delicious.

Cacao Elixir, mmmmm. Say it again. Cacao Elixir. Yes, oh yes. Even the name sounds indulgent and delicious. But did you know that cocoa also has tons of health benefits? Today I am serving up a recipe to battle the sweet tooth while packing a healthy punch of flavonoids, antioxidants, and mood boosting ingredients.  You

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Why You should Consider an Elimination Diet

I’m a huge advocate of establishing a really solid understanding of your mind-body connection. Can you say with full certainty if there are any foods that cause you to exhibit mental distress? Doing a formal elimination diet is a really fantastic way to know for sure what foods are holding you back from optimal mental

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The Healthy Gal's "Oreo"

The Healthy Gal’s “Oreo”

Several months ago, I did a Facebook Live on how to bust the after dinner sweet tooth. One of my go-to’s is this “Oreo” that’s packed with sweetness without the refined sugar and yucky ingredients. Packing a healthy punch with minerals like magnesium, this quick fix is sure to satiate your sweet tooth. All you need

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Your body is a messenger - are you listening?

Your Body is a Messenger – Are you listening to it?

Several  months ago I had a tarot card reading and was a stumped by something I was told. She said I’d be doing something with my hands. She wasn’t sure, it wasn’t quite clear but there was definitely some energy going on with my hands, and to watch for opportunities that allowed me to work

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Meg Sylvester Carrot & Veggie Soup

Carrot & Veggie Soup

This Carrot & Veggie Soup comes from a lovely ranch in La Fortuna, Costa Rica called Ranchot Margot. Rancho Margot is a jewel of a place plopped into the middle of the Costa Rican jungle. I spent several days as a guest at a this completely self-sufficient farm and ate this carrot & veggie soup

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Meg Sylvester Chicken Soup

Healthy and Healing Chicken Soup

Who doesn’t love a good healing and hearty pot of chicken soup when it’s cold out? Seeing as though we are in the midst of  snow-day season, cold & flu season, and sweater season, I thought I’d cook up a fresh pot of delicious chicken soup and share it with you guys. This recipe is

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Sweet Potato Cakes

These Sweet Potato Cakes were literally the easiest recipe I have cooked up in a while. I like cooking sweet potatoes for two reasons: If you’re feeling up in the air or swirly whirly, eating a root vegetable is great way to bring in a sense of grounding Um, and reason number two… if you’re

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Pan Seared Red Snapper, Plantains, and Bok Choy

Red snapper, plantains and bok choy. OK, OK, I hear what you’re saying….this might sound like a weird combo, but I am telling you…it’s soooooo good! Just give it a try and let me know what you think. This is a nutrient packed plate of food. You’re getting proteins, healthy fats, micronutrients, and fiber. Plus

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How to Become a Morning Person

WHY on earth would I WANT to become a morning person?! ….would have been my response to this a few years ago. I love sleep. Back then, when I had it my way, I would sleep until the very last minute and then rush my way through the mornings. This wasn’t helping anything though. My

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Thanksgiving leftover wrap

Thanksgiving Leftover Wrap

This Thanksgiving Leftover Wrap is the perfect way to eat all of that leftover turkey without having to break out the elastic waistbands (2 days in a row). When I was a kid our typical thanksgiving left over was a white bread sandwich with mayo and big chunks of turkey. This is my grown-up, health

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60 second holiday stress buster

My 60 Second Stress Buster

In need of a 60 Second Stress Buster during the holiday season? Look  no further. No matter how dedicated to being a Zen master you are, stressful situations will always arise. The kids will may get a little crazy, something in the oven may burn, the dog may get out…you know the drill. BUT, living a stress-free

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Healthy Collard Greens

Healthy Collard Greens

Healthy collard greens are an easy addition to any meal -especially Thanksgiving with all the stuffing and root veggies. There’s typically not a ton of green options included in the Thanksgiving spread, so these healthy collard greens are perfect for those who want a healthy option to reach for. I  made these the other night

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Cauliflower Mashed potatoes

Cauliflower “Whipped Potatoes”

Cauliflower Mashed potatoes are something I’m asked about all the time when it comes to recipes that are easier on the waist line. As a side note; potatoes themselves are not “bad”. The are a great form of a slow release carb full of nutrients. However, there are times when we don’t want all those

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Heart Warming Plantains

Not only is this plantain recipe ridiculously simple, it’s delicious. Sometimes we get into the habit of over complicating a dish. Adding in all sorts of ingredients that eventually outshine the main ingredient. This plantain recipe doesn’t do that. It let’s the plantain sing for itself. My point in offering this recipe is to demonstrate

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Cultivating Self-Compassion

We are a culture that does not emphasize self-compassion. Let’s face it, we are hard on our selves. Why?   I believe it is because we lack compassion for ourselves. We go so fast throughout our day that we rarely remember to give ourselves a pat on the back or recognize a job well done (no matter how big or

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Brain Boost Smoothie

When you feel your energy levels dwindling, you can pick them back up with this Brain Boost Smoothie. We all know that good wholesome food can nourish our body, but did you know that there are certain foods that boost your cognitive functioning as well? And better yet, you can throw a few of these foods into

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Halloween Treat without the Spooky Ingredients

Last year, I wanted to contribute something on the healthier side to our neighborhood Halloween potluck. However I didn’t want to be “that mom” that brought the carrot sticks and toothbrushes to Halloween. I made these cute little guys and loved how they turned out! Give them a try this Halloween. What You Need: Apples –  thinly

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Homemade Almond Milk

Several years ago,  I made the decision to significantly cut back on the amount of dairy we were consuming in our home. I did the research, experimented with giving it up for a week or two at a time, and finally came to the conclusion that we were going way overboard with the amount of

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Stop Restless Thoughts with this Practice

Do you get carried away with restless thoughts? Distracted by rabbit holes – chasing a thought down, down, down until you are so caught up in it you can’t get out? Or maybe you’re easily susceptible to impulse buys (yeah…I’m still a work in progress on this one). The thing is, we do not have to be slaves

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Simple Oven-Baked Salmon

This dish can easily be prepared with trout, salmon, mahi-mahi, snapper or nearly any other fish that isn’t super thick. I love roasting it this particular because it conserves the moisture and the flavors from the lemon and herbs really pop. This is one of my basic mea-time preparations that I can always rely on.

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Light the flame of self-love with this practice

These two words hold the power to fuel your focus, the feelings you carry, and the life you manifest for yourself. Just think about it. Think about the picture you project of your life when you speak words like “I am LONELY, SAD, DEPRESSED, POOR”. The more you speak, the more you feel. The more

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Sweet & Savory Sunny Breakfast Bowl

Eggs and bacon. Cereal. Pancakes and Waffles. Toast. Where’s the color? Breakfast doesn’t have to be so beige. I wanted to introduce a meal that starts your morning off with color and lots of plant based nutrients (as well as protein from eggs). This bowl is sure to please the taste buds and the body.

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Clean & Simple Chicken Stew with “Rice”

This week, I was craving something warm and hearty (yay Fall!). I had fresh veggies and chicken thighs in the fridge so I thought why not Chicken Stew?! Being from Louisiana, I love adding Cajun seasonings to my recipes for an extra kick. This recipe is simple, with minimal ingredients, but packs a big punch

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Simple Shrimp & Veggie Stir-Fry

I cooked this dish the other night when I wanted a big return on minimal effort! It kind of felt like a clean Moo Goo Gai Pan, without the sleepy, bloated feeling you’re left with after.  As always, all of my recipes are gluten-free and dairy-free, and made of real, whole foods. Enjoy! Ingredients 1.5

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Meg Sylvester Blog Post

Maybe it’s you?

I have an inexplicable urge to move forward, to capture my light, swallow it whole, and glow from the inside out. I have an inexplicable urge to help, heal, inspire and create lasting connections with all the shiny souls. This desire used to be buried under expectation. The expectation to be the best, to win

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The Hidden Reason You Can’t Lose Weight

You eat a pretty healthy diet, you aren’t sedentary, and you get a decent amount of sleep. You decide to lose a few pounds by cutting back on sugar and you up your workouts. But something’s not right. You can’t seem to lose weight. So you decide to go get your thyroid tested. But your

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