We think it's about power, and access, and titles and whatever. And so when we don't know how to be understood, we feel defeated. But it's actually not about being understood. It's about the individual human.
I'm here to tell you that your life is not at risk in you embodying the magnetic and influential presence of a fully expressed woman at the office. But, your ability to make a powerful impact on the world definitely is.
Currency as we know it is changing. It's out of alignment with nature to have "debt" and to "lend" -- literally nowhere in nature does this model exist -- and this reality is quickly coming to a head as technology rapidly grows, faster than we even realize is happening.
Very little comes from things to which we do not commit ourselves. The whole notion of "practice makes permanent" is not a coincidence, but rather, a fairly accurate conclusion of a moral AND scientific investigation on whether lasting change comes from anything other than full commitment.
I wish I could tell you I was exaggerating. I wish I could tell you the spiritual life is as sparkly and magic and pain-free as the internet makes it look. This is truly what it's like when you're living your own path and no one else's.
Without discipline, practice, replacing bad habits with good ones, and commitment to the long term impact of changing your life, there is a high likelihood that after some time, things will slingshot back to normal.
A lot of people ask me how they can know what their truth is. We live in a world where we are practically inundated by everyone else's truth from dawn until dusk, and often, we struggle to know what is true for ourselves.
We turn off our phones, we go offline, we disconnect, we spend time with our friends, our families, and go to magically wondrous places around the world, while someone else hangs back and makes sure the lights stay on in the office while we’re away.
As humans evolve, we have grown to be more sophisticated in the ways in which we protect ourselves, perceiving threat (either real or imagined) while simultaneously being hyper attuned to socially acceptable behavioral mechanisms that will ensure our “safety.”