Last night your future called me... this is what it said...
"I once lived in the epoch when Paris was known as the city of love. luxury was virtue signal of wealth. And hard work was the proof of value.
How Do You KNOW “What’s Next” In The Midst Of Uncertainty?
We’re obsessed with knowing what’s next. Instead of embracing the great unknown and allowing our lives to gently unfold, we’ve been programmed to ‘need’ the security and safety of knowing what is coming next.
We are living in the end times.
Although not as they’ve been predicted.
Not the end of the world.
Not the end of freedom.
Not the end of possibility.
The end… of greed, corruption, slavery, abuse, lies, war and theft.
Trees are here for much more than oxygen. They are wisdom keepers and eager to share their wisdom with us. But now we have cut so many of them they are in trouble. We can help. The Bramley Tree tells us how.
You might not have heard the term ‘upper limits’ (first coined by Gay Hendricks in his book ‘The Big Leap’), but it’s probably functioning in at least one area of your life.
Your upper limits show up on the edges of what you believe you can have. They are the ‘this but no more’ limit to your receiving. The ‘too good to be true’ beliefs that keep you small.
If you've been called 'weird' for longer than you can remember, it's likely you have capacities to change the world. If you want everything to be easier, embrace your weirdness and let it lead the way.
Self-care, or self-nurture as I prefer to call it, is a blisscipline that provides the energetic and soul-fuelled foundation for joy, self-expression, deep relaxation, peace and possibilities. Without it there is no space for your desires to come to you. Real self-care is as important as breathing.
Wildhearts make the choices that others shy away from. Not because they have more courage; because they can't go backwards!
Once you choose to follow the wisdom of your wild heart, you cannot live as if it doesn't exist.