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I had a different plan for this show. I wanted it to be about happiness, but as I stood in the shower contemplating it, something else took over.
In less than one minute an entire, fully-formed teaching dropped into my mind followed by a fiery urgency.
I’ve learned to follow these energetic prompts. It’s plain foolishness not to. I left the shower, managed to dry off, and went straight to recording.
Today’s show is definitely meant to be.
Please forgive me for the neighbors’ dog and the couple of trucks that went by. I don’t record at this time or in this place, but I had to get it out before this gift left me and chose to express through someone else.
You need this now.
– The Carrot (4:00)
– The Stick (6:43)
– What’s holding you back. (9:28)
– What can you let go of? (15:59)
– Mom died with the music still inside her. (17:33)
– When is the right time? (22:35)
– The thing about commitment (24:17)
What would it look like and how would it feel to have your dream manifested into the world?
It’s not the circumstances that hold you back, it’s your resistance.
You can spend your whole life waiting for things to fall into place, and they never will. Do the thing now.
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Well, damn. You ass-kicker, you! I’m definitely moving towards my goals and dreams more now than ever before, but that discomfort of the unknown, the overwhelm at the very scope of it all, the analysis paralysis…it all just pulls at me, enticing me back into the “safety” of just existing and getting caught up in the false busy-ness of our daily lives. It’s crippling sometimes! I’ve already ordered The War of Art. Love you!
Aww, I missed this! You are that womder-ful woman with an enormous gift. GO! I love you and somehow I miss you because you’re far away now 🙂