which one do you want to hear first?
We ask these questions with the intent to give the bad news first knowing that the good news will off set the bad.
Here is the thing.
By now good intentions already sunk deep to the bottom of the Potomac river…or whatever body of water you live near.
The new year became the same old you know what…
The truth is we don’t need an official date to start something new.
We can begin a new and fresh habit anytime.
Like on a birthday or why not right now?
The bad news is that my mind doesn't want to.
Yeah, it’s sad to admit that my mind lives in a past.
It horrifies my ideal self to say OUTLOUD:
“I live in a past everybody.” 😱
How could be any different?
How I’d function without knowing where those packs of Oreo or a can of spaghetti sauce are?
And… I trip on my preferences:
“Please give me a 🍧🤔
frapuccino machiatto with almond milk, double the caramel sauce and no whipping cream.
Unless your whipping cream is dairy free?
Size? Do you have a half grande?”
…’Cause it’s the right amount of calories I allow myself to consume.
in this indulgent (and unnecessary) treat.
“Let go” isn’t something the mind wants to do. It’s equal to death.
And who wants to die? To lose control?
Life exists on Earth ’cause it seeks survival above all things.
Don’t despair yet grasshopper…there is hope.
The good news is...well, there's lots of good news.
1. Admit uncertainty sucks!
I can see my grandiose junkie self vomiting: “Yes life give me more uncertainty. I want to look deep and spiritual.” nodding its head with a dignified flair. 🤪
It sounds so amazing when Ekhart Tole says:
(Oh by the way a fave quote)
“when one is comfortable with uncertainty, infinite possibilities opens up.”
This little self widens my eyes just like Rick Ricardo in "I Love Lucy."
Uncertainty is scary. It’s supposed to be scary. Survival is at stake.
Did I mean steak?
I’m entitled to have my version of steak (vegan steak, granola steak, real steak) on the table whenever cravings stop by to visit.
2. Don’t fight biology 🧠 🥴
Science is very clear: there is no point to duel with nature.
Biology always win.
I lost many arguments over hidden childhood beliefs, hormones level, neuron paths, hot flashes, lack of or overdose of insulin.Yes, in those instances my opinions how things should be or not, made no sense.
Yet, I admit this lack of will power will prevail unless I befriend the beast: in this case my mind.
3. Good habits are possible
And I’m thrilled to invite you to join me in this venture. Life is a mystery. Let’s explore it together. Holding hands.
Tip toeing to decipher the puzzles your brain is holding.
Start rehearsing your goodbyes to whatever is holding you back. 🙏
A BIG tchaw, sayonara, ate logo, au revoir!
I’m revealing more info early next week. Stay tuned to learn about this group program. And make a great time of your year.
that’s it for today little tomato! 🥰😇
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Megan teaches marketing to spiritual junkies
Megan Powell is a spiritual teacher for over 20 years. She advocates that emotional healing is the gateway to spiritual enlightment.