On a past trip to see the crop circles I faced a major fear. Earlier in the day as we prepared to see the circles in Ancient Avebury, I had said that I wouldn’t be going up in the microlight plane. But then I thought about it. The image you see here, is the evidence of my overcoming the fear and climbing inside this tiny thing to fly over the crop circles.
Lack of self-compassion – or judging, shaming and blaming our self – results in a lack of self trust. The good news is, there is a process for beginning to crack the code around lack of self-compassion and beginning to explore the link between self-compassion and self-trust.
It’s the middle of the night and here you are awake again at 3am. And what are those thoughts in your head? If you are like so many of us who are holding a big vision and birthing a sacred calling – your thoughts could sound something like:
What if no one opens my email?
What if my teleclass doesn’t make?What if I am charging too much or not enough?
What if they don’t get my vision? Did I use the right words?
What if I put it out there and people laugh at me?
Did you play on a see-saw as a child?
Growing up, my little brother and I spent hours pushing each other up and down on this playground apparatus.
And, our game went like this…