I found myself drifting into old habits this year. After two years being essentially “clean” from those demons fear and lack, those nasties found their way into my bed again.
This year, I launched a new company: inflowradio.com. I knew it’d be work. I knew I’d have to shift my focus and become a magician at keeping balance. But I fell off the tightrope.
The habit I broke during chemo (of going into fear and lack) was just waiting for a weak moment. It was waiting for my next big challenge.
Big challenges are where your old habits can find a grip again.
After all, you conquered them in your current state of being, but the minute you push out again into the scary waters of leveling up, then they find a slippery channel in.
I’m seeing so much turmoil in personal growth this year. I’m seeing so much turmoil in you all this year. Teachers and students alike — the tide has been going out, and stranding boats and psyches on the shore, mired in fear and lack.
I realize these are illusions. Fear and lack are illusions. They’re a lens that you start looking through, and habit keeps your eyes glued to it, and fears admonishes you not to turn away.
You must break the habit. I must break the habit.
And now, I realize something even greater—I have to re-break the habit at every level.
New habit = trust
New habit = peaceful surrender
New habit = faith in myself
New habit = remembering I can do anything
New habit = recognizing that the timeline is not mine to dictate, but the finish line is
P.S. ME School. Is it about time? If you don’t break your patterns and habits, they will run you and ruin you. Breaking them frees you. Come break them with me. ME School enrolls NOW. No procrastination. No fear. No lack. Book your call.