Just a little spiritual coffee break to help you call back your energy by simply accepting what’s already true.
…Also by acknowledging and having compassion for pandemic fatigue. (Still!)
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I recently manifested a big contact with a new company. I used to be really busy but lost my business due to pandemic restrictions. I was sad until I did several of your full moon manifesting rituals and surprisingly got noticed by someone who introduced me and I got scouted into a new venture. The new company’s owner is young, modern and avant-garde. I’m older, middle aged mom, conservative Asian. I’m not computer savvy and don’t have any social media accounts. My ways have been noted as antiquated. I do bridal hair and makeup but was told that it was too conservative. I was told to update and study cutting edge techniques. I’m excited that such an opportunity would come to me. I’m the oldest person in this company. But with excitement comes uncertainty and feeling like a fish out of water. I worked up the courage to communicate with this owner in a way that shows that I’m willing to learn despite my fears and old fashioned ways. During the training period I have to relearn everything I’ve done for 30 years. I even learned about Venmo and electronically transferring payment. I’ve always fantasized about being like this woman, brave, strong, brash and artsy. I even meditated about this and the message was that “this is what it is, and you need this to heal yourself.” I then asked what about my spiritual path. The reply was that I need to do both. To me my new contract is opposite to a spiritual career. The people are very high fashion, dancers, models. I sometimes slip into shyness around them. My husband smiled and reassured me and teased me about this. I feel overwhelmed by everything but know that I need the strength and determination to regrow a new kind of business. I have to accept what is and swim with the current of life.
Tess Whitehurst says
Redhen, this sounds challenging but also exciting! Congratulations on moving out of your comfort zone. 🙂