Have you felt like there’s “more” out there in life for you, but aren’t sure what “more” is? Here’s my blog to unlock the mystery:
If this video left you wanting more, your wish is granted! Here are some inspired actions you can take:
• Notice your heroes, role models, favorite characters, and people who strike you as super cool; they represent qualities you most desire to exude or roles you most want to play
• Talk to your parents and family members to unearth your favorite childhood activities and dreams, they represent your natural-born skills and passions
• Plan an ultimate date for yourself (with yourself); this will require you to research and prioritize that which you find most awesome
• Do reflective journaling – to discover what you’re exceptionally good at and also enjoy
• Stop trying to suppress negative feelings, and instead tune in; your feelings are your inner guidance system for what works and doesn’t work for you
• Take inventory from your past to discover where you have unhealed wounds or losses that you have not yet grieved
• Create a community of trusted friends who can listen and provide non-judgmental and loving support when you need to feel safe and loved
• Engage trusted healers who get you to the results you want – energy workers, body workers, counselors, coaches, art teachers, spiritual guides, etc.
• Do the things that your heart really desires, even if they seem crazy, weird, or kooky; take your focus on the judgments of others or pleasing others
• Offer your visionary ideas to the world by building your career or modifying your business based on your genius
• Share your needs and feelings when you are not receiving what you need in relationships; speak up lovingly for yourself without worry of accommodating others
• Engage your spiritual beliefs in your daily life to feel supported and safe, especially when taking risks; this is badass living!
My intention in this blog and all others is to spread happiness and give people tools to feel freedom to be their most authentic selves. I encourage your comments about what you found most helpful and ways you have used the tools.