When I follow my intuition and innate knowing, I am continually drawn to ideas rooted in the causal nature of consciousness, the primacy of natural law and all that encourages unique creative expression.
As a coach and facilitator of relationships and consciousness for twenty years, I long ago realized not everyone is interested in or willing to hear what I teach and it can even be too confronting for some to acknowledge there are people in the world who share my values, ideas and worldview.
Those deeply rooted in their comfortably familiar points of view and invested in maintaining their mainstream experience of consensus reality have been known to scoff at, and even malign, me and my message. That’s okay.
Those aren’t my people.
They are not looking to embody all the power and potential that accompanies the experience of complete personal responsibility, which I am continually discovering, inhabiting and learning to share more effectively with others.
They want to keep their scapegoats.
They want something or someone to blame.
They follow the societal norm of outsourcing their worth to external authorities because believing outside forces and causes know better and are more powerful is easier.
Well-defined, pre-approved conventionally established ideals are convenient, familiar, extensively validated and do not require cultivating the courage to trust yourself.
Recognizing and acknowledging YOU as the primary cause of everything in your experience is challenging.
It’s nebulous and nuanced.
It requires ruthless introspection, radical self-honesty and an unrelenting desire for freedom.
Not everyone values these things. But for those who feel called to live a more powerfully alive, authentically thriving and individually unique creative expression, it’s time to lean in and go deeper.
Where do you self-abandon rather than self-advocate?
Who or what do you still blame for your circumstances or well-being?
In what situations do you allow yourself to feel helpless or powerless?
Where can you take greater personal responsibility for your internal and external experience?
How can you feel more free? Would you like to?