I’ve been thinking alot about being still. I have an image in my head of what that looks like, so here it is (read more below):
Absolutely beautiful picture, right? Yes! Realistic for us every day folks? No. My life is surrounded by running a business by day and running away from a 17 month old trying to head butt me by night… and late night blogging apparently.
Anyway, how do we get this kind of stillness in the chaos of everyday chaos? That’s a lot of chaos, I know.
I’ve come to the conclusion that to achieve this state of being, or at least a remnant of it, we must challenge ourselves to get off autopilot. We have to stop allowing ourselves to be run by what has been poured into us by others, especially from childhood.
So, big picture here: we have to look back and even forward so that we can be still in the present. That sounds wild I bet.
Too often when we look back, it is with regret. When we look forward, it is with anxiety. What if, we looked back to understand? What if we looked forward to dream? What if we learned how to sit with the discomfort of growth and reach a level of understanding we didn’t think possible?
I’m here to say it is possible because I’ve experienced it, just as many others have. The cool thing is that I’ve developed a program with so many cool coaching tools to help people move through the parts of their life in healthy ways.
These are tools I use. They are tools my clients use. They allow you to see what really matters. If this sounds like you, I’d love to talk about where you are and where you want to be on a free discovery call! You can schedule one directly at bit.ly/scheduletbyt !
Otherwise, I support you on your journey to finding stillness, however that looks for you on whatever timeline. I just hope you find it sooner than later because life really is too short to miss another minute. And with that, I’m going to put a helmet on and go snuggle my little one. Catch ya later ❤