Being on this journey of transformation and inner work, when it comes to creating
the life I truly want, I've made a big connection.
A big part of getting what you are dreaming of is fully and deeply realizing your worthiness of receiving them and allowing them to actually develop.
Mic drop. Breathe that in.
It has little to do with not being able to achieve. It has everything to do with not being READY to RECEIVE!
We can do the work, do all the things, visualize, say mantras, however we have to be willing to see our own worth of receiving. There were times I have second guessed myself, not stood in my own power or excused myself for not achieving what was possible. I was energetically blocking the flow of allowing and receiving!
We do the deep work on ourselves to step out of the stuck and into the life that is worthy of us. To own who we are, live in our purpose, and create impact – however big or small – in the world around us. We do the work to find joy, what lights us up, love, peace and a sense of freedom to be who we are.
Are you ready? Here are a few things to take a look at in your own journey.
Trust: A practice of trusting in yourself such as getting connecting with your own intuition and inner knowing, not what other are doing or saying. Your answers are within you, it's a practice of quieting the mind to hear it and trusting in yourself.
Thoughts/mindset/beliefs about yourself: Notice the thoughts popping into your head. We have 80,000 thoughts per day and we don't have to listen to all of them. Not all of them are accurate! Listen to the thoughts that serve you, fuel you, uplift you. Mindsets can actually shift pretty quickly.
Being Inspired: Leading a life where you feel inspired on a daily basis, even for a moment. What inspires you? I feel the most inspired outdoors in nature, it is where my can connect to my myself and inner knowing and where I am always reminded of how worthy I am of receiving.
Practice Allowing: Whether that's a compliment, a cup a coffee from your friend, the new amazing client, money flow or love. Allow yourself to have it and enjoy it without questioning it.
Self worth is a beautiful, you are so worthy of all the things you want to create! We all have it within us. And my hope for all of you, from this moment forward, is to realize how worthy you are in life and allow ALL the good stuff in.
Hi, I am a Coach and therapist supporting people get clear on what they want to create in life, address the blocks that are in the way, create a plan and the results they want. We address stress and self-doubt and coming from a place of ease, play and joy. If interested in learning more, email me at email@example.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
PHOTO: Salzburg, Austria. I was in a gondola!
The conversation of being afraid of failing comes up quite often in my sessions with people. What words come to mind when you think of failing? I’m guessing not the most positive thoughts arise!
Failing can be scary, it doesn’t feel great, and can bring up self-doubt, fear and all the feels.
However when we are up to big things, making big changes in our lives, we risk failure. We are actually going outside and beyond our comfort zone and stretching ourselves and growing. We can either stay exactly the same, or we can go for the things we want. Whether that be a new business, career, or relationship, that big trip, or even having kids.
Failing is going to happen at some point and it doesn’t have to be a bad thing.. We make it a bad thing. We don’t learn from all the things that go right in our life, we learn from the mistakes. We grow, we reinvent, we make adjustments, and we learn a whole lot from mistakes and failing. Sometimes life can take a whole different trajectory with brand new knowledge you wouldn’t have had otherwise.
I’ve had my share of failing and have fallen right on my face a few times! I've had to pick myself up and shake off the dust, rise up… and try again. I look at failing as giving up on my dreams because I was scared and not going for what I want, not the mistakes I’ve made along the way.
When we fail at something- we label ourselves as a failure. Such as when a marriage fails or a business fails, we may call ourself a failure when really it was the marriage that failed or the business that failed. You are not a failure. Failing at something doesn’t define you.
Some questions to ponder: What would you do in your life if you weren’t afraid of failing? Would anything shift or change?
Photo: Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta Canada (love this place)
**I’m Lisa Firullo and I am a Life and Leadership Coach, I positively impact the lives of others one conversation at a time. I work with biz owners, leaders and professionals to get clear on what they want, their vision, address the blocks that get in the way, and create a plan of action to generate the results they want with less overwhelm and more play, joy and adventure. I offer 60 minute complimentary sessions, send me an email if interested in learning more! firstname.lastname@example.org.
Life and Leadership Coach, Licensed Counselor, outdoor enthusiast, yoga lover and passionate about wellness.