This week, separate to events of the world, which i talked about today on my Facebook She Lives a Life She Loves page below...
I've been focusing on getting ready to take 10 days up North mostly not working in my business but ON my business, and then on me, I've had lots to do and lots of loose ends to tie up down here before i go, one's I've been keen to bring to completion so that i can make way for what i want to create next and what on some deep level, i know is waiting to unfold on the other side of that 10 days. In the process of doing my homework, I was watching the colleague who's training I'm going to next week on the weekend talking about our relationship with emotion relative to driving a car. Have you ever noticed that, sometimes in life (& business) we as the driver have a strong reaction to something that unfolds on the road of life, or someone, and then we slam the breaks on and pull over the car. Trying to hit the overwhelm off switch. Until we feel better, and then we pull back out and drive again. The only trouble is, sometimes, when we hit the old overwhelm off button and pull over, we can end up kind of blocking the flow of everything that was about to arrive to us in the process by trying to prevent just that one thing. In an attempt to not feel that discomfort, or regain control, we sometimes stop to try and figure it out, but then as we stop and step out of the flow of our journey, we can then miss the signs that were waiting to give us clues about how to navigate the next bit or that make us aware of the imminent arrival of what we've been asking for and the resolution of what no longer fits of serves, in whatever aspect of life, whether it be work or play. But more than that, we're no longer operating from the intuitive zone, but have popped back up into the mind zone. And the mind, while a brilliant tool when we use it right, doesn't always accurately represent the ultimate reality, so much as the the one that envisions and protects us from potential, hypothetical realities.
For me this week, I had both a tax thing (that i'd let do my head in trying to figure out HOW I would sort it) and a little women's health thing I wanted to sort before i go. And as i set my intuition to the resolution of both this week, and then watched both sort themselves out so quickly with such ridiculous ease, I couldn't help but wonder why i ever let myself avoid and waste time in worry over both in the first place. Both more clients I would've had room for and the more divinely lovely men (not in the same sentence) could've successfully made it through the wonderful obstacle course of defence mechanisms i'd so kindly laid out to keep out the kind of f@#$wit behaviour i'd spent the start of the year saying no to, for their to BE more love in my world again. (I've missed not having more beautiful masculine energy in my world this year.) But I've digressed. The point was literally, in reflection, life had been putting little signs (literally number plates) for weeks reminding me to not stress, it's all sorted already with the money thing and I realised in the treatment of the health thing, i could just let the divine masculine in to be a part of healing it NOW, not just once i'd "fixed" it. For the world at large right now, it might be in how we respond to the triumph of Trump and what we make it mean.
So, do you see what i mean? We can get all up in our head, start freaking out about everything on the road ahead, pull over and turn off the key or hit the off button, in an attempt to prevent something we fear unfolding, or to regain control over this or that thing. But any time we're in freak out, it pays to explore and question the reality of what we just told ourselves and the amount of energy we're pouring into it. So that we can stay on the road, hit the on switch to our positive mindset, lovingly acknowledge and re-purpose that emotional energy to our advantage, plus use our intuitive intelligence to attune to and see the signs guiding us in the right direction to fulfillment and success in our business, our life and relationships too.
Until next time, have fun, take care.
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