It's the second day (ok, I took a day off but I kept up the other alignment thoughts). I woke up and meditated, listening to the brief narrative from Gabby. Yesterday, we were willing to become aware of our fears. Today, it's about opening up to new perspectives.
So, set your midday reminder. Take your miracle moment and repeat your mantra. My alarm went off at noon, just as I was preheating the oven for some "molten lava chocolate cookies" for my son's 13th birthday with family. We were following a Tik Tok recipe so you can imagine the amount of guessing involved in their execution. I wasn't able to shut the alarm off in between the oven mitts and the stirring of chocolate, the list of to-dos for the family celebration ticking off in my mind. BUT, I repeated my mantra inside my head.
"I am willing to see things differently."
This was the reminder to keep love in my heart. To make things special for my oldest who has had a rough go of it lately. To breathe and enjoy this day, this moment.
In the evening, we will be listening to a meditation and noting our fears.
I set up my note book like this:
My Fear List: Affirm (write next to each fear) "I am willing to see this fear differently. I am willing to see it with love."
When I think about most of my fears that surface they are mostly connected to leaving a legacy. I don't care about being the best, the most powerful, the prettiest, the smartest or the most popular. But, I care about being an extraordinarily loving mom, someone who helps others see their own gifts, and an authentic person. I care about uplifting my family. I care about doing something special. I want to be published and to help others heal. I want my books to help adolescents and others see that the universe isn't hopeless but filled with infinite possibilities. I care to manifest.
And...I want some really beautiful clothes and an amazing home for entertaining.
Some of my fears are around the basics: If I were to die today, Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter? Did those I love know I loved them? Did I leave a legacy?
As you work through your fears today, there is also the upside of the fear. The possibility that it shows you love. For example, my fear of not being a great mom makes me realize how lucky I am to have beautiful children and a family. I can see that fear as proof that I am a good parent as I wouldn't fear it if I didn't care. What fears have lessons to teach you? What love can you see when you flip the perspective?
Tune in for more. Love yourself today. Shift your perspective. Cause miracles.
Intuitive mother, writer, teacher, wellness coach, daughter, wife, friend and advocate for true belonging and self love.