Our DNA is a living library of information that is constantly informing us how to live. It tells our body how to heal, it tunes us into our greatest abilities & it helps us connect to the perfect Divine Blueprint we have for our life. When it is balanced and healthy, it guides everything in our Mind, Body & Spirit to its highest potential.
But, as we are born into families & lineages that hold trauma, limiting beliefs & unhealed emotional wounds, we can take on some of those energies in our shared DNA.
This is why energy work can be so powerful.
Imagine that you've spent your whole life noticing how everyone in your family is afraid to take big risks. You might have decided that you won't live under that fear and no matter how afraid you might be you always make that leap. In many ways, this is breaking that cycle BUT what if you could take that leap, never having that fear in the first place? What if instead of always having to move...
I had this question asked of me yesterday and I thought
"Wow, this really is such a good question!"
And, one that years ago when I first started on this path of healing, I remember asking too. So, I wanted to share what it means to me and some every day ways that you are probably already "doing the work."
To me, "doing the work" means that I'm no longer going throughout my day letting my old stories, wounds & pain lead me. I'm being more intentional about the thoughts I think, the ways I speak to myself & how I'm feeling.
Instead of pushing through or showing up like a wounded animal who's afraid they won't be loved or taken care of, I show up knowing it's my responsibility and privilege to be in charge of my healing and life.
"Doing the work" is simply that moment where you switch from being unconsciously led by your wounds and limiting thoughts to CHOOSING what you want to see happen in your life, how you want to feel & honoring everything that...
I was thinking about this the other day...
How many years we spend thinking our voice is our voice, but it's really a collection of voices and thoughts and fears that have been projected onto us over the years. A sort of collection of things other people wanted us to say or believe and things that they never had the courage to say themselves.
And we can waste a lot of time believing those things are "our truth." When in reality, they have nothing to do with who we really are.
The Throat Chakra is probably my favorite of the chakras, only because I had to do the most amount of healing here and when I did, it was the most liberation I had ever felt.
This is the energy center where we start to claim our own truth. It's where we say "I am this and I'm not that." A kind of declaration to the Universe of who we are.
It's also the energy center that creates everything we experience in life. When we speak from who we truly are, we create things that are aligned and good for...
There may be a day where you start to realize that you don't know who you are anymore.
A day where you don't know what it is that makes you happy or what you are here to do.
One of those days where you feel lost & aren't really sure where to even start or what will help.
These are the days where I think we tend to lose a little of our hope.
Not realizing, that we've actually come to a point where, who we were, has been outgrown and who we are becoming is just not known yet. They are actually the days where we get to CHOOSE AGAIN who we want to be but sometimes we are so overwhelmed with all the possibilities that we feel frozen in place.
As if we only get one chance to make this decision and not a hundred chances.
The first time this happens can be the trickiest, because most our life we've grown up believing we were what everyone else told us we were or mirrored back to us. So, being able to choose again is a daunting task that we don't...
At some point this thought probably ran through your head...
What if I'm not special?
Usually it happens at the very moment when you are about to step out and do something you haven't done before. You may have an idea brewing or have been working on something that you want to offer others ... heck, maybe it even stopped you in your tracks and you didn't even get as far as what you want to put out in the world!
What I know is that those of us who are here to work serving others or run our own business, can get stuck here and sometimes we never move. We weigh ourselves against everyone else out there, comparing our gifts & talents to theirs and never actually feel like what we have, IS special.
Do you know the quickest way to shift that?
You can lead with HEART.
If you are focused on whether you have something special to offer people, you really tend to be in the energy of wondering if they will approve of you, love you & celebrate you....
It can be really hard to show up in the world in a vulnerable way...
& not be afraid that you are going to get hurt & that others won't let you down.
For most of us, this happens because we have some past experiences with being hurt or judged when we did show others a part of our truest selves. So little by little we learn to guard it and keep it tucked away where it will be safe but eventually we notice that it also keeps us from having the rich moments we long for or the connection we really want.
So the question is "how do we live unguarded and vulnerable, but feel safe at the same time?"
In this video I'm sharing what I've seen in working with my clients and my own life. It's not rocket science to show up this way but it does take faith and a whole lot of trust. It's a practice. It takes time to re-learn how to be safe showing up authentically.
I would love to know... where are you wanting to let your own guards down and show up more...
You can find her book Heal Your Body HERE
Abdominal Cramps: Fear. Stopping the process.
Abscess: Fermenting thoughts over hurts, slights and revenge.
Accidents: Inability to speak up for the self. Rebellion against authority. Belief in violence.
Aches: Longing for love. Longing to be held.
Acne: Not accepting the self. Dislike of the self.
Addictions: Running from the self. Fear. Not knowing how to love self.
Adrenal Problems: Defeatism. No longer caring for the self. Anxiety.
Alcoholism: Feeling of futility, guilt, inadequacy. Self-rejection.
Allergies: Denying your own power.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Refusal to deal with the world as it is. Hopelessness and helplessness. Anger.
Amenorrhea: Not wanting to be a woman. Dislike of the self.
Anemia: “Yes-but” attitude. Lack of joy. Fear of life. Not feeling good enough.
Ankle: Inflexibility and guilt. Ankles represent the ability to receive pleasure.
Anorexia: Denying the self life. Extreme fear, self-hatred and rejection.