As a serial giver, I can easily forget to ask for support. A couple years ago I realized I was creating stress and difficulty for myself because I felt like that was the only way I could reach out for help - if there was something wrong. What if we could feel free to ask for what we needed, to ask for help, and to receive it freely, even when there’s nothing wrong? This year I am stepping into the art of RECEIVING and practicing being on both ends of this beautiful exchange.
TRUST The mind has a hard time with Trust. The mind wants to know, "Why should I trust? How do I know that what I'm trusting in is 'right' or 'true'? How do I know I'm not trusting in vain?" I was doing this whirlwind within myself a while ago and came to this conclusion: It doesn't actually matter. I don't trust because I claim to know what will happen. I trust because it feels good to trust. I can't be out in the future knowing what will happen. I can't be back in the past
As a deeply passionate, creative being I have ideas and images and inspirations floating through my mind constantly. In the past this has made it very hard to complete things, or to even pick one project and focus on it. Lately I've been practicing single-pointed focus. I pour all my creative energy into one project, and once it's done I just *know* what to do next. Instead of leaking my energy jumping out into the future trying to figure out what I will do next, I concentrat