What is it that keeps us from realizing some of our truest desires?
I believe much of it stems from if we believe we are worthy.
Do we think we DESERVE all that we desire.
But who are we not to deserve this. Who told you that you do not. It may come from deep inside–stories that were created when you were very young.
Born out of how you had to walk in the world.
How you may have had to cope with certain experiences.
What I’ve discovered along my own journey with self-worth and desires is knowing that is it really only myself that has stood in my own way.
When I fully began to own that belief, things started to shift.
What I thought was possible began to expand.
My dreams that I thought I’d have to keep on the backburner forever started to manifest.
Even when it didn’t seem possible, there they appeared.
I am here to tell you, beautiful, that it is possible.
Even if you have no idea how you’ll get from A to B.
Don’t worry about the details. What you need right now is strong, strong belief.
You need unwavering faith. Even when shit gets hard.
Even when you think, what the hell am I doing?
Because if I’ve learned anything in the amazing journey I’ve taken in the last 5 months, when you blow the lid off what you think is possible, you make way for the impossible to manifest.
To help you discover what some of your true desires are, I’d like to share an exercise to get in tap with them.
And, I’ve learned a way to do this as women is by checking in and tapping in with our heart and wombs.
Here’s how to practice:
Sit in a comfortable position or lie down with your knees bent, feet on the floor or bed.
Place one hand on top of your heart.
Place your other hand on top of your womb space. Right above the pubic bone and rest your palm comfortably there.
Begin to tune in with your breath–begin to lengthen your exhale.
Breathe in and out of your nose.
Breathe into your womb space and then imagine a spiral–like a figure 8–connect up to your heart space.
Imagine this as a continuous flow between your heart and womb.
See if images, sensations, colors, or words appear to you. No need to force anything, just see what occurs.
If your mind wanders, bring it back to your breath, and deepen it again to focus your awareness.
Practice this for as short a time as a few minutes, or whenever feels right.
Try doing this daily for a couple of days.
SEE, FEEL, and HEAR what comes up for you.
I’d love to hear about your experiences, so please leave a comment below after you practice this if you feel open to sharing.