Saying goodbye to the home I grew up in, Marin County.
You need nothing to feel at home.
You are always home. Home is a feeling, not a place (you create the feeling). In other words, you create the *experience* or experiences that lead to the feeling.
Once you get really good at creating home over and over again wherever you are and with whatever is happening outside of you, you can quite literally do anything you’ve only up until then seen in your mind’s eye (you’ll know when you’ve reached that full building of a solid structure/home because you will often feel grounded, even as other emotions also flow through).
Because inside the big dreams, the adventures, the scary audacious ideas you have that you really want to bring to life, there you are…the great(est) friend, supporter and the most deeply rooted peace available (you can’t get this from anyone else)…the person always telling you it’s possible.
With this kind of home, you always have the most divine place to rest your head and inside of it, you can also go afterlife as if it’s your only one.
Because right now, as you know it, it is. The only one.
Enjoy your business, enjoy your life!
Couture Brand Creator & Success Coach
p.s. Though I’ll be sharing the news on the 9th to the entire community here via our regular newsletter, feel free to go the extra step by hopping on the guest list to receive the gift of 2018! www.michelleghilotti.com/giftof2018