Showing posts with label Judgment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Judgment. Show all posts

April 5, 2013

That Non-Judgy Thing (Being Less of a Judgy McJudgy-Pants)

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I listened this week to Jo Dunning's freebie call at the Energized Living Today series. She was amazing, as usual. But this one was extra amazing. It was possibly her best one yet or at least my favorite so far.

The topic was Awakening Consciousness. She spoke with powerful clarity about some foundational elements which stand in our way or enhance our flow into more expanded states and provided several energy processes to help those listening ease those shifts in themselves, if they so choose. 

I noticed effects the very next day, and they're still coming! In addition to some powerful energetic support, it was hella useful to get the mind on board with really cogent information to make some shifts. Jo used to teach professionally, and she's an incredible communicator!

I can't do it justice here, but I've been bowled over from it. I'm not a newbie in this area, but sometimes you have to hear something in a particular way at a particular right time to "get it". And this time, a lot got through.

I highly encourage you to check it out if you're at all interested. There's a replay through this weekend only.

She covered various things, each with their own energy process to support a shift. And each thing went to the core of things I struggle around every day.

Is It Judgement or Observation? 

March 18, 2013

Fail Spectacularly!

I'm considering a shift in my approach to living my life... something new to try, because my current approach is just not working at this point.

I'm blocked up, beset with fears, anxieties, etc. that just drain the life out of me sometimes and at other times just make is so hard to do that which I want to do.

A lot of those fears are about failure, and the ego hit of failing. The ego hit I give to myself.

Maybe you're something like me?

I was raised to be and have generally been a high achiever, and all that pressure at some point generates a tipping point. At least it has in me.

At some point, it can root itself as fear of failing, fear of making mistakes, fears of not measuring up to other people's (and my own now internalized) standards - inauthentic though they may be.

And that equals fear of risk, taking chances, stepping out of your lines and doing something new that you might, actually, fail at doing.

That has literally terrified me much of my life. And there's a profound deadness somewhere that comes from living that way.

But what would happen if, instead of trying something new with the trepidation that I might fail, I actually decide I'm going to throw myself into things and fail spectacularly?

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