I'll not gonna lie, guys, some days are tough.
You know when you get that wave of overwhelm? When all of a sudden, you're aware of ALL the moving parts of your life, and in that moment, what little control you feel you have.
So much to do, so much to be responsible for, and never enough time or money to do it all.
This is where I was at last week. All of my old fears and limiting beliefs crept right back in.
"Should I have taken the job offer with a salary and benefits? Is my dream job really just a dream?"
"Am I ever going to have enough time to do everything that needs to get done?"
"Here I am multitasking again when I should be focusing on the baby."
I could go on and on with the heavy thoughts that were consuming me.
Then, to top it off, my 4-year-old who had been through the ringer already in the last 6 months with a bacterial infection now needed his poor little fingernail drilled to relieve pressure from getting it crushed a few days earlier.
I so badly wanted to just numb myself by diving into the sea of work I had to get done, like I always have. Get something accomplished for that carrot at the end of the stick.
But instead, I did the opposite.
I put aside what I decided would wait for later, and spent time breathing, meditating and journaling. Baby Charlie even came along for the ride with me (the baby snuggles definitely helped in this process).
I wrote about how I felt I was scared, and how I wanted to trust the process and that everything would work out for the highest good.
After I unloaded all the thoughts that were circling in my brain, all of my fears, I found myself writing down the evidence that things were ok.
This list grew and grew, filling with things I had to be grateful for. The more I wrote the more that came to me.
All of a sudden, I wasn't radically thinking about everything that was going wrong, I was radically thinking about what was going right.
I got up from the couch and seriously felt a thousand pounds lighter. I felt like a different person, and that feeling has stayed with me since.
Almost immediately, within 24 hours, three new clients reached out asking to work with me, my son's procedure went great with no fracture seen in the x-ray, and I've been getting signs left and right from the Universe that everything is as it should be.
The Universe will always reciprocate the energy you put out. Scarcity perpetuates the sense of lack, so it’s important to come face-to- face with the beliefs that lead to those low feelings.
Fear, jealously and other low vibration emotions. They rob you of experiencing joy.
Had I stayed in panic mode, I never would've seen the beauty in everything that moment was offering me. I would have glazed over all the signs that things were right. I wouldn't have appreciated the good fortune right in front of my face. All I would have seen was what was going wrong.
These beliefs are programmed deep in the subconscious mind, and it takes awareness and intention to set yourself free.
I've been on this journey of releasing for some time now, and I know there is always more to shed. Every time I go through this cycle, I learn more about myself and appreciate the tools I have at my disposal.
The cool part is that these tools aren't anything special. Nope. They're available to every single person.
What I also realized during this process was that everything coming up to be released that day started at the last New Moon, which was during the "Let That Shit Go” Masterclass, and this shitty day that shit hit the fan was the day of the Full Moon Eclipse.
Not only did I experience this huge release, but so did others in our group. So obviously we need another “Let That Shit Go” class, and keep bringing these shadows to the light!
Do yourself the favor, and do something today to make yourself LIGHTER, even if it's just choosing a better feeling thought.
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