One of my favorite ways to spend a quiet day is to dream. I dream about all sorts of things—future books I want to write, far away places I want to visit, new garden ideas for my back yard, just about anything will do.
Letting my imagination take me to new experiences in my headlights me up from the inside. I love it so much!
I like to think of myself as a spiritual person—a girl whose main desire is to be open,
What if surrender is the same frequency as trust?
I’ve resisted surrendering for a long time.
Part of me hates the thought of giving up, giving in, and possibly not getting what I want. This is the aspect of me that likes control. The part of me that is addicted to the outcome and results. This part of me secretly loves all spiritual talk about creating my reality and manifesting.
Long ago before you were born, a seed was planted in you.
Your only responsibility is to nurture that little seed.
The seed responds best to love. Your love. Your loving attention, understanding, and care.
When you feel good it means the seed is growing. Your feeling of well-being is the indicator that your seed is sprouting roots, and growing strong and resilient.
As your seed grows and blossoms,
Brene Brown has made a living by encouraging folks to allow themselves to feel vulnerable and do the thing anyway—write the book, give the PTA speech, stick up for yourself at dinner club. She says that what we see as courage on the outside often feels like vulnerability on the inside.
What I’ve noticed about vulnerability is that I feel most vulnerable when I’m unsure of the outcome. When there is no guarantee that the speech will be a success or the dinner date will end in romance.
“How” is not your work.
Your work is to define what you want. To imagine it into being. To dream.
Your work is to feel good.
Your work is to follow the bread crumbs of passion, excitement, fun, interest, curiosity, and wonder.
Your work is to trust that you are not meant to create alone. Your work is to believe that the Universe is delivering your wishes to you even before you can see them.
If you’re into the woo-woo (which you probably are if you’re reading this ;)), then you’ve heard this line before—You Create Your Own Reality.
But if you don’t know how to create the reality you want, then being responsible for creating your reality can feel like a burden instead of super empowering.
But not anymore, because it’s time to feel POWERFUL!
How do you create the reality you want to experience?
“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages.” William Shakespeare, from As You Like It
Most of you are familiar with the concept that life is like a play. You understand that you are the main character in your own story. You play many roles while you are here—wife,
I love to meditate. It is one of my favorite things to do. But, when I first began meditating, it was HARD. Thoughts popped up demanding my attention, my to-do-list would grow, and I would feel stuff—emotions that weren’t always pleasant.
Maybe you can relate?
You want a consistent meditation practice. You want to look forward to “sitting on your cushion.” You want to find sacred bliss. But, life gets in the way.
If you’re wondering if you are intuitive, I’ve got good news for you! You are born with intuition. It’s part of the human package. Why? Because as a Soul, you naturally sense, know, and communicate from this broader perspective, and you bring this skill with you into human life.
Intuition is natural, and it’s accessible for everyone. When you are in that frequency, you are wise, alert, loving, and in-sync with life.
I like to think of mindfulness as choice. Each moment, each here-and-now is full of possibilities and potentials. When you become fully present in the now, you can sense the fullness of these possible creations.
Between you and me, mindfulness is a fancy name for focus, and focus is choosing what you give your attention to. Choosing is creating because when you give your attention to something, it grows in your awareness and experience.