I just got off a great group coaching call with my coach Allison Crow, and my mind is busy, busy, busy.
Ever since I got back from last week's Renewal Retreat, I have been awash in the glow of self-love. It seemingly happened all at once, but I know in my heart place that it was the result of thoughts, practices and intentions put into motion long before I felt the bliss of its warmth wash over me.
And now I am here.
Feeling the calm peace of the centered-ness I have long pined for. Enjoying the soothing quiet of a still mind at last. Reflecting with abundant grace on this great circular path.
The most amazing part of this awakening has been the shift in my perspective, the literal change in my senses. I see people now. I see right through their physical, fleshy vessels and into the most delicate parts of their soul crying out to be seen. I hear people now. I listen to the words that flow from their mouths and hear directly into the heart of the child and the meaning behind the words they're really saying. I am experiencing heightened states of awareness when it comes to the pain each carries, and it has me vibrating beyond anything I've ever felt.
What's so impactful about this experience for me is that there is no heaviness there. There is no sorrow. I am not weighted by what I'm seeing, hearing, and feeling from others. I am empowered by it. I am motivated. I am inspired to action.
And so I've turned to my work. Revamping my coaching programs... Reflecting on my own process that got me to this point... Tinkering with ideas to spread this indescribable peace.
If I could bottle a magic potion and distribute it to the world, I would. But the widsom in me knows that quick fixes are just that...quick. Quick to come and quick to go. Lasting peace takes the work. And the work takes desire. And desire is fueled by knowing what we don't want. And knowing what we don't want is clarified by pain.
So today I'm studying the tapes of the opponent. I'm looking at pain, analyzing its trick plays, and working on my own strategies for leading people through the game victorious. It feels good. It feels fucking great actually.
I have stepped with both feet into my worth in the past week, and I'm so looking forward to helping others do the same.
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