I used to wonder how I’d ever be able to really help anyone when my life was so challenging and difficult for me. I knew there was a better way, but I didn’t know how to find it. I knew what worked for other people, but those things didn’t work for me.
I was special.
I was an especially hopeless case.
I really believed that.
The thing that began to change everything for me was my willingness to stop believing that anyone was hopeless. I became willing to see myself as not separate from others, and I began to realize it was my spiritual responsibility to see the perfection in the people in my life, including everyone excluding no one.
I never imagined I could succeed, but I decided I’d rather give it my best than not even try.
One of the things I’m most grateful for is my willingness to change my mind and to change direction.
It used to be that I would often “stick to my guns” in ways that I would back myself into a corner and feel trapped. I’d do it to myself and then I’d be angry with myself, but I couldn’t handle any more self-judgment, so I’d project that anger out onto others and attack them instead. It was a really vicious cycle in my mind.
I didn’t feel lovable or worthy of good things because I knew that I was generating this icky drama again and again.
I caused myself so much pain and suffering, and those around me too, that now I’m so grateful that I can easily come forward and ask for what I’d like, what I prefer and what I don’t like and don’t want in my life. I can really be grateful to not paling myself into a corner anymore. What a relief that I don’t have to have any guns to stick to! Phew!
I’m so grateful for my life! I’m grateful I agreed to follow my guidance! I’ve been offering my year-long Masterful Living Course since 2009 and I’ve learned so much since then. My life has really taught me HOW to recognize my guidance, how to listen to it and how to follow it. It’s not all been fun, but it’s all been worthwhile and that’s the main thing.
Almost every day now, I get to talk with people in Masterful Living this year as we do our end of year, one-on-one check in’s and, while not everyone has extraordinary results, many have made such real changes that they’re experiencing a much higher quality of life and relationships now. They feel better about themselves. They’re more willing to actually make changes and less interested in repeating the same things from the past. There’s at least some light at the end of the tunnel instead of just a dark tunnel.
I get to be a part of their spiral upward. That’s worth so much to me.
So, now, I am so very grateful that I had even a little bit of willingness to believe that there must be a better way!
TOMORROW: Undoing Unworthiness 4 part class – We began Thursday, but you can catch up – we have 3 more classes – This is for anyone who feels a sense of lack or limitation. When we feel unworthy we won’t allow ourselves to truly welcome and enjoy the good of life. That can change for you so quickly! This class is a bonus for everyone in Masterful Living this year or next! If you’re ready to live your best life, healing unworthiness will make all the difference!
Undoing Unworthiness is a BONUS class for anyone enrolled in Masterful Living – RIGHT NOW there are early bird BONUSES with my Masterful Living Program 2024. This is my very best program. If you make the commitment to yourself NOW, you’ll have so much to look forward to next year – including tremendous healing and transformation and a beautiful community of like-minded souls who are willing to do this work together! Give yourself that gift right now and you’ll be amazed at how your connection with Spirit will bloom!
If you have questions you can book an Exploratory Call with a Spiritual Counselor and get all your questions answered. Follow your intuition – if it’s right for you, you’ll know. You can book a FREE Exploratory call now.
LATEST PODCAST EPISODE! The new episode of my podcast’s topic is Making Room for Truth. We can be so focused on what we don’t like and the belief in our problems that there’s no room for the truth. And yet, the truth is our liberator.