I woke up seeking something on day 5; a sign perhaps that would bring me closer to source energy. Per usual, seek & ye shall find. In my email inbox from my angel – Jessica Yukuboff, was a video from Abraham Hicks about how to always vibrate at your highest. From that video, I came across one entitled – Stop Controlling and Start Allowing. 4 replays later, I received the profound message that I was seeking.
As human beings, we believe that the more action we take, the greater results we yield, however, what I got was that allowing myself to receive provides the results I desire. The difference between the two is – with massive action we often hit up against results we don’t want, results that can be interpreted as painful, hurtful or the complete opposite of our intentions – aka lessons. In comparison, when we only take the actions that feel good, grounded in the unwavering belief that our lives are always moving in the direction of our own good, we yield the results that we intrinsically desire – aka our blessings.
On day 5, I have embraced what it means to always feel good. It is to only do those things that I enjoy, things that fulfill me and things that make others feel good. I choose to be with people in their purest forms, never taking away from myself or giving beyond that which I am, which in itself is enriching. There is no bending, no wavering, no overextending – straight up being ME.
This moment of truth is perfect because after spending 2 hours with the fairy GodMother of life coaching on Day 4 and having her talk about all the metrics and systems that she has in place for her business, I became present to the things that I don’t enjoy. Although they were phenomenal tips when the goal is to become a millionaire, they were tips that took away from what I enjoy.
It’s been time to outsource.
Every day that I coach, write and speak, I feel closer to source energy and in alignment with what I am called to do. I feel closer to what excites and fulfills me which is being in conversation with and writing to inspire those around me.
I urge you to refrain from things that make you feel compromised, unfulfilled or unappreciated. Instead, choose to be present to the fact that when we do things that are good, we feel good and you know what, it feels good to feel good!