Trust – It’s the bomb diggity!

Throughout all my work I put enormous emphasis on trust.

Trust yourself.

Trust your partner.

Trust your friends.

Trust something bigger than yourself!

So I loved reading this today!!!


Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D, the epigenetic pioneer and cellular biologist, describes what happens at a cellular level that enables us to change our genetic potential.
His work is groundbreaking in showing how thoughts are literally things.
One of my favorite metaphors from his work is the fact that a cell is either in protection or growth. It can’t be in both at the same time.
If the cell is in lock-down mode, barricading itself against potential danger, all growth processes stop.
Apply this to your life and relationships: if you exist in a state of mistrust and fear, you aren’t growing.

How much do you trust yourself? Your ability to sense the truth and make decisions?
How much do you trust your intimate partner? To be honest with you and share his/her deepest truth?
How much do you trust life? To bring you what’s best for your growth at all times? If you let it.
Your ability to trust and surrender determines the depth and pleasure you can have in relationship and in life.

PS Kim Anami teaches an awesome, awesome course called The Well Fucked Woman.  I took it and loved it!

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Love, Star

People I love – Jeff Brown

Occasionally I will share from people I absolutely A-D-O-R-E.

Jeff Brown rocks my world again and again with his writings via facebook.

I’m raising my cup of coffee to conscious armoring!!!!!

 “Being a sensitive person can be a confusing, complicated thing in this still harsh world. It feels intuitively right to open, to feel, to enhearten our daily life, but the world is still vibrating at a more armored and edgy place. It is not yet attuned to the ways of the open heart. So what to do? We don’t want to deaden our capacity to feel, but if we feel too much, we get run over by an often heartless world. I have found my best answer in three places: (1) Selective Attachment; that is- carefully discerning between positive and negative individuals and environments, and only attaching to those people and places that can hold our tender heart safe; (2) Strong energetic boundaries; that is- being physically and emotionally charged, so that we can more effectively repel unwelcome energies; (3) Conscious Armoring; that is- learning how to put on armor when necessary to manage the world and difficult situations, and, consciously removing it when it is no longer needed. If we cultivate these practices, we stand a much better chance of preserving our sensitivity. Once we lose it, we lose our connection to the moment altogether. Here’s to a sensitive way of being! What a courageous path.”

Thank you Jeff Brown

Love, Star

What season are you in right now?

Much like life you and your life have seasons.

A season to harvest ideas.

A season for reflection and hibernation.

A season to flourish, grow and give life all you’ve got.

A season to frolic in the goodness of what you’ve created.

A season to _______________________ (fill in the blank)

Don’t believe anyone that tells you you can be ON all the time.

They are talking utter bullshit.

We all need time to rest, to grow, to go go go, to express and hey to do fuck all.

Start noticing what season you are in right now.

Embrace your season.

Enjoy it.

Love, Star

Dolla Dolla Bill y’all


Whether you love her

Or hate her (side note: money becomes more friendly when I make ‘it’ a female).

She ain’t going anywhere.

We need her.

Some say she’s just a form of energy.

I say she’s money.

It keeps it simple that way.

My advice……..

R-E-S-P-E-C-T money.

Years ago I didn’t.

And lost nearly everything.

Nowadays my relationship with money is ‘tight’.

I R-E-S-P-E-C-T her.

I S-A-V-E.

I’m aware of what comes in and what goes out.

There’s a flow.

Sometimes the out flow exceeds the in flow.

That’s my signal to….

STOP spending.

Old habits die hard.

It’s all a process.

I LOVE money.

I LOVE having it everywhere!

I LOVE earning it, spending it AND saving it.

Money & I have a good relationship.

Money & I are rocking it out!

Love, Star

Procrastination is my bitch (and she knows it!)


She’s everywhere.

She wakes up with.

She follows you around.

She sits with you.

She watches you.

She knows everything about you.


You might as well befriend her.

Acknowledge her presence.

Say nice things to her.


Don’t ever let her be in charge.

She’s your bitch.

Own her.

Star Monroe.  Adventures with Star.


This morning before my gym session.

I cuddled the dog.

Checked my eyebrows.

Sat down and cuddled the dog.

Talked to the dog.

Talked to my son.

Made a drink.

Sat at the computer.

Scrolled through facebook.

Wandered around my house.

Talked to the dog.

Walked the dog.

Got a coffee.

Stroked the dog.

Went to the gym!!!!

At around the coffee point, I had a feeling that Ms Procrastination thought I was her bitch.

I stood my ground.

I remembered she’s my bitch.

I went to the gym.

Love, Star

How to ditch the shame

Promise me one thing.

Just one thing.

Stop thinking some emotions are good (ie happy).

And some emotions are bad (ie jealously).

All emotions are just emotions.

They are all equally the same as each other.

Emotions are here to show us something.

IF we choose to look at them deeper.

Labelling certain emotions as “bad” always leads us down the shame/blame route.

And that aint never pretty.

Lose the labels.

Embrace and express your emotions (if you choose to and if you don’t want to that’s ok too).

Ditch the shame.

Love, Star

The Big Leap

There is a book by Gay Hendricks called The Big Leap

I read it years ago (on recommendation from the utterly fabulous Rebecca Leone.)

I didn’t take much notice of it.

He talked about the idea that when we step up in a bigger version of ourselves our subconscious has a set point as to how fucking magnificent we can be.

And will sabotage all our efforts forthwith!


As I said I didn’t take much notice of it.


Last week when I closed my existing business.

Ready and willing to step up into my biggest, boldest version of me.

I suddenly found my bitch mode firmly activated.

I started to cause rows with my partner (for no reason).

We didn’t talk for days.

I continued being a bitch.


I spoke this all out to my friend.

I realised what I (or more importantly my subconscious) was doing.

The awareness hit me like a thunderbolt.

I stopped making excuses for cuntish behaviour.

I said sorry.

And I meant it.

I bid a strong fuck you to my subconscious.

She knows I’m watching her.


That makes all the difference.


Love, Star