There is beauty in expression, in my expression. I sit here, in pure bliss, ready to share with you. I tap into my heart, and pull out my truth. I am here. I am present. I have let go of so many responsibilities lately. I am no longer (energetically) tied to Arbonne or GoRead. There was nothing wrong with either of them, yet my heart was not completely aligned, at least at the time. I felt the desire to create space, to let go of all that does not serve me in the highest sense. My priorities are my own self love, service to others, and my books. What could I let go of to create room to focus on these priorities?
So, I dropped commitments. I created space. I also lost my identity as coach. Though I technically am one, it is no longer my focus, though I am open to one on one sessions for intuitive guidance (I am very heart centered) or nutritional counseling, in only aligned circumstances with soulmate clients. Rather than spreading my energy so thin over multiple avenues, I cut back and honed in on my priorities and higher passions. I am passionate about writing and self-expression. I am passionate about baseball and the Yankees. I am passionate about God and intuitively cooking with love. I am passionate about love. I love love. I love to love. I am passionate about my purpose. I am passionate about serving, about making a difference in people’s lives. I am passionate about giving back, because I am so infinitely blessed.
And so here I am, sharing my soul. If there is one thing I am quite confident I am here to do, it is writing. It is my gift. I love to write. I love to share. I love to bare my soul, because that’s so me. I am passionate, loving, free, emotional, fluid, overly sensitive (though I do not see it as a crutch). I am me, and I am free.
I have renewed clarity over yesterday’s expression and my overall and current struggle with self image. No one is criticizing or analyzing me and my body more than I am. It is safe to let go, embody beauty in the now. Let go, and let God. It is all you really can do. Trust that all is working in your favor. As much as you struggle and suffer is as much as you will inevitably grow and learn. It is safe to be you. Embrace your darkness. Embrace the beauty that is all around you, omnipresent in God’s expression.
Have a beautiful day.