photo credit: Ted Roeder
“If you need an excuse, you’ll have plenty in your pocket.”
My client said that the other day, as she fished around trying to get herself out of committing to something that would help her life greatly.
But she leaned in past her fear, committed, and is all the better for it.
As you reach for anything bigger or better in life, you’ll likely find an excuse (or many) that will take you right back to where you started.
That’s how excuses work!
Oh, I’ll just start my elimination diet next week.
I’m so tired, and it’s late… I’ll do the research tomorrow.
My friend called and needed help.
I had to pay a big expense this month, so I’ll do it later.
Your subconscious mind (the part that wants nothing to change) will convince you that there’s something more important than going for the things you deeply desire in your life.
Your deep desires ask you to change, to stretch and grow. This is the natural growth of Life.
And this is a good thing!
So, do you want to stay right where you are in life?
If not, learn to face your fears… and grow.
Get the support you need… a coach, mentor, solid friend, support group, or program of study. (I’d say make sure you have all of those!)
You are worth it! And the world needs people who are living as their best selves.
You will be supported as you step into alignment with your truth… but you must commit first.
The universe has your back. ✨
P.S. Want to start committing and growing today? Sign up for Meditate-Move-Heal. My ongoing, 3-step practice to get your heart, body, mind, and soul aligned to bring order, health, and joy to your life.
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What clients are saying:
Your course came right on time. I said yes and I released some things after the heart meditation and acknowledgement that the “challenging” time right now is not the same as something experienced in the past. Thank you! Thank you for what you do!
– Kimya J.