§ We came to this world to LIVE OUT LOUD!
How to Transform the Seeds of Anger Inside Us
I know that I, like pretty much the rest of humanity, am living in disbelief and grief at this point.
Even though I’m lucky enough to be healthy, in a loving family and economically stable, I’m still grieving. Grieving all the pain that I see all around me.
And even if you’re not in the United States right now, I know that chances are you’re grieving too on some level.
Grieving the injustice and oppression wherever you live.
Grieving the loss of loved ones.
Grieving all the losses, big and small.
Grieving the loss of freedoms we took for granted.
It’s perfectly healthy to feel angry and sad and scared as we mourn a way of living that may not be again for a few years. Or maybe ever.
It’s all perfectly understandable but still, I sometimes judge myself for it. I have done a lot of personal growth work. I want to be more evolved. To see the perfection in the imperfection at all times. To always be connected to the knowing that all this will benefit humanity in the long run.
Can you relate?
What I love is how the Universe always sends us exactly what we need when we need it.
We just need to be open to receiving it.
For me that something has been the wisdom I have gained in interviewing amazing wise women for my upcoming (in September!) 2020 Extraordinary Life After 40 summit.
These women remind me of the power that is inside me, and inside all of us, to grow and heal and thrive. And in doing so to heal our planet.
And the tools to do this are often very simple. We just need to remember to do them.
A couple of weeks ago, I interviewed Rori Raye, the author of Have the Relationship You Want and creator of The Modern Siren. Rori says that she went from being an unhappy “crumb taker” to a hugely happy “Modern Siren” with a fabulous, life-long marriage to a great man.
Our feminine knows that we are strong enough to hold it all.
I heard Rori say “we are big enough to hold it all with love” and I did just that.
It was actually much easier than I thought.
I found that I often didn’t even have to stop what I was doing.
I could type an email and hold my anger with love. I could wash dishes and hold my impatience with tenderness. I could read to my 10 year-old and hold my grief with acceptance.
What about you? How are you holding your emotions these days? Where can you be more loving and tender and compassionate with yourself? With others?
You know I love hearing from you so feel free to leave a comment below or email me at email@example.com
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These are FREE 5 – 10 minute short, actionable videos recorded with me FOR YOU by world-renowned experts to help you thrive in these challenging times.
This week, I’m interviewing two amazing women.
1. Carol Tuttle – a teacher, speaker, energy healer, best-selling author of six books, and pioneer in the field of personal development. For over 25 years, she has supported millions worldwide with her life-changing books and online courses.
2. Rori Raye – the author of Have the Relationship You Want and creator of The Modern Siren. She’s developed hundreds of specific tools that’ve helped thousands of women succeed in love quickly and nearly effortlessly.
Both Carol and Rori will share with you how to thrive in these challenging times!
You can watch these short, actionable videos for FREE on my Extraordinary Life After 40 private Facebook group page or you can sign up here to watch it on my website.