Begin where you are

What does that mean?  Do you know where you are?  Well, yeh I’m here, of course I know where I am!  I’m not on a magical mystery tour 😊

That’s my point, in a weird way – so often we know where we are in the physical sense but not in ways that are helpful to get us moving.  When we are at the beginning of a project it’s important to take the time to pause, to find our feet, to connect to ourselves, and the overarching reasons for beginning something new.  If you know where you are inside, where your values, integrity, beliefs and dreams reside, then you are far more likely to succeed.  That’s beginning where YOU are …

Creating balance

Balance is feeling perfectly poised, in harmony with where you are and where you’re moving towards.  In an ideal world, right?  That’s what we’re led to believe, but it’s easy to adjust if you tell yourself that it’s easy.  It doesn’t have to feel like you’re on a tightrope, hundreds of feet above the ground!  That’s just too much tension and stress.  It all goes back to what you tell yourself, those old tapes running in your head.  It’s time to shift, to relegate that old cassette tape to the rubbish bin and upgrade to the latest technology!  You can create your own “App” to remind yourself that you are not the same person anymore.  You’re a new and improved upgrade, faster, more effective, tuned in, infinitely conscious, and to top it all, you keep upgrading each time you step up!!

Trusting

You can step up with confidence in your knowledge, with enthusiasm, hope and belief in the systems that society lays out and be successful in the world’s eyes.  But there is a hollow victory unless you trust that you are exactly where you need to be, to discover your next best step forward.  Stepping into a state of Flow, allowance and surrender will enable you to transcend any challenges you encounter and open you up to all those opportunities that are sparkling on the horizon!

Connecting

Interact, talk, no more than that, have conversations with those you love, people you work with, everyone you meet in your day – you’ll find your purpose, your reason for being here, when you connect. 

Connect with me, I’d love to get to know you, have a laugh together, share our stories.  Let me do a reading for you and see if you’d like to walk a while with me?  It is fun discovering the keys to closed doors …

Till tomorrow

Eithne