Today, on Karlosophies, Karly speaks about circular leadership and the way we can all help each other instead of putting expectations on somebody else and placing them above us. The fact that some people are better at something that we want to know doesn’t mean that they can’t learn other things from us, since we are as perfect as they are.
As Cyclone Oma passes over, Karly weathers the storm and comes to you from the safety and of her studio today, to play around with the idea of depression and explores the parallels between natural weather events and our mental state of mind.
Today, on Karlosophies, Karly hits the beach and unpacks how intention setting has been working for her, lately. She never really gave intention setting much power. It never really seemed to work for her. Until she had a bit of a shift in the way that she uses them. Now she's a convert.
On Karlosophies today, Karly hits the beach and unpacks her week swimming (er, drowning) in anxiety. She looks at whether it's possible to ever completely 'overcome' your mental health challenges and instead invites you to accept and look at the gifts it can bring.
What happens if we stop fighting what isn't and start surrendering to what is? What happens when we allow ourselves to free fall? What happens if instead of exhausting all our energy trying to keep our head above the water, we simply sank to the bottom?
Today on Karlosophies, Karly has reached the point of surrender, once more. Right now, she has more questions than answers, but explores what surrender means and is it possible for a control freak, like herself, to actually let go?
Do you find your feeling a little lethargic and a bit 'meh' at this time of year? Karly does. And today, on Karlosophies, she explores what it might be like to just surrender to wanting to do nothing... lean right into laziness. Is it even possible to do nothing?