This last Monday night my daughter was up with a fever. I didn’t sleep a wink. I was exhausted from my two previous 16 hour days in a row. I got up Tuesday morning, grateful to have the day off.
[bctt tweet=”So much of life is filled with moments of uncertainty.”]
Wanting answers, making wishes, seeing paths and brick walls before you and trying to decipher it all. I am also a really impatient person. I want to be productive and effective and move toward my vision. Being a seer you might “see” you will be alright in the end, but have no information on how “alright” actually happens.
I’m telling you this because the organization I have had the pleasure of renting space from has been in a big transition. Essentially, things are changing at my work location. I will still be teaching classes and seeing clients on Fridays there at the NE Portland location.
But Tuesday morning, I was still unsure as to where I would be seeing clients on Sunday and Monday. Where do I tell my clients they are going to meet me? Uuuuummmmm… not so fun.
Tuesday morning, I was sitting in a lot of faith, but had zero energy to work toward a solution.
I was tapped out. So, I lit a candle and asked the flame to do the work of drawing in the best solution for all involved. Then I stayed in my deep dark cave. I didn’t have the energy to do anything else.
I practiced letting go. It was hard work reminding myself to let go and just remember to float. As the anxiety came up, I kept floating. I snuggled deeper in with my sick kids, made food for them, cleaned up, and watched kid movies.
The kids wanted chocolate cake. I NEVER give them sugar when they are sick. But this time I was like, “sure’” so I baked them this chocolate cake and we drank chamomile tea. Uppers and downers. It was so delicious.
And then all my letting go finally paid off. My surrender was rewarded at the 11th hour. Late that night a friend called and offered me a place to work in Portland’s majestic Pearl District!
Yippie! Sundays and Mondays, I will be at Dr. Noel Thomas’ location near 13th and Hoyt in NW Portland.
This mercury retrograde feels impossible to surf, but it is definitely float-able.
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A-Alignment (NE MLK and Fremont in Portland Oregon ) Monday, March 3rd 7:00pm-8:15pm (6-weeks)
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My favorite class description so far: How do you create miracles and step into the life you want? By ignoring all the new age bullshit marketing tactics.
Just because you wish for an easy life, doesn’t mean you will have it. Just because someone has an easy life doesn’t mean they are more enlightened or more spiritual than you. It may be the exact opposite. In fact, many times, those of us who are old souls experience instant karma: You step one bit out of integrity and find yourself “in trouble.”
[bctt tweet=”Life is not easy. It never will be. You don’t have to take it personally.”]
You are embodied on a planet that is in a major growth period.
You can learn tools to make life smoother, allow yourself to accept the discomforts, and refocus on what feels good. Karate chop the programming that tells you it’s all about “how” you think. Learn about karma. Learn to laugh and let go. Learn about the difference between “being of service” and “being stuck in servitude.”