Hold Back Nothing – Allow Yourself to Explore
Even if it’s unconventional or “weird”!
Is it calling you?
Is it making the world a better place?
Then do it.
Welcome new things and ideas.
If there is even a little bit of excitement in it, then go for it,
Don’t be bound to any ‘boxes’; Dare to be “different”, even radically so.
We can’t know what response we get from the world or other people.
And about that we shouldn’t even care.
You’re not here to impress others.
Entertain new ideas, let them come alive in you.
“I would love to.. “
“It would be amazing to experience.. “
“How fun it would be to.. “
If Life is channeling something through you that can benefit others and you feel the hunch to do something, then don’t hesitate, see it as your sacred divine assignment to carry it out into the world.
You could even see it as your divine obligation to share those things with others.
“I see myself..”
To use the word “see” creates mental pictures, so talk freely with yourself in an unedited way where you begin sentences with “I see myself..” and enjoy the power of your imagination and vision-creating/receiving.
“Seeing” yourself doing things is like a mental communication between the conscious and subconscious mind.
All of our minds are connected to each other, so by doing this kind of mind-picturing you also communicate with the creative power within you who connects you with all the people you are meant to draw into your experience.
When you’re in alignment, you don’t second-guess what flows through you. You know it the Creator.
What makes ME happy? What does my heart say?
Listen, and then go ahead and do just that.
“May you never be subservient. May you never fall prey to fitting in. May you always swirl in all the directions the sacred winds want to take you. May you never hush your laughter nor your tears. May you breathe without restriction. May you show up every single day to the calling that is you and may you always know the courage of your heart.” – Fig Ally
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