It’s true, things happen, they go right and they go wrong. When things go wrong the situation or circumstances leave us feeling afraid, hurt, sad, lonely, lost, uncertain and in some cases, leaves us feeling crippled unable to move or try again.
Each one of us is different we have different time’s for reaching out, asking for help, getting up and moving forward.
Every journey with its highs and lows, is a testimony of our life story and our courage.
When we wake up in the morning filled with fear, dread the day ahead BUT we still get out of bed, that’s courage.
When we do the very thing that we are afraid of, that’s courage.
When we reach out to love again, after a broken heart, that’s courage.
So today, take your right hand place it on your left shoulder, take your left hand place it on your right shoulder. There you go, you just gave yourself a hug.
Let’s take a moment share a hug and celebrate that courage.
My client Jay wrote to me recently and this is what she had to say about being courageous. “Hi Wajeeha
Just to say thank you for continuing to send your wonderful blogs and emails. The 1st sentence in your last email struck a chord, & made me realise that I am perhaps largely in bud mode. I'm not a natural risk taker. I loved one of your emails about curiosity and courage being a bigger driver than fear. I've discovered how true this is, & am learning to move forward by asking myself can I do this/ lets see how this goes, rather than thinking of the outcome before I've even had the chance to give it a go. I applied this technique to a major presentation that I had to give at work, normally I would have been paralysed by fear, but the curiosity to test my own ability overtook that! I got really amazing feedback!” Dear reader take some time today and notice someone else and yourself displaying courage and celebrate the lives that look “normal” to the outside world but are truly courageous everyday in every way.
Have a lovely day. Thank you for stopping by.
Ps. How will you be courageous today?
When you face a massive challenge, what do you do?
I faced a massive one. I had built Spartanite, with very powerful masculine energy. I did so much single handedly, that sometimes looking back,I scared myself. The challenge that came, was, as I fully embraced my feminine energy, I didn't know how to handle Spartanite any longer. I was scared. It felt "too much for me". So I discovered a way to blend very powerful femininity and in a way that allowed myself and other Spartanites to express their true desires. As I went through the transition, I realised what parts of me had to remain masculine and what parts of me, had to remain feminine. In the balance of it all, I found myself.
I am excited for you to find yourself too :) Happy Monday!