Well, my last post was about just facing fears and doing the thing.
I am practicing what I preach, and have just posted on line readings available on my website.
The oracle deck I did with Rev. Steve Wilson, The Empathic Oracle came out last week and debuted as the #1 release in our category on Amazon. ( you can click HERE for more info and to purchase)
We were, and still are so amazed and humbled.
As a thank you, please use this code “thank you” for 25% on anything on my website, online readings or art, until Friday, December 7th.
I have had a variation of this conversation about half a dozen times over the last week.
What is it about us humans that think we are suppose to be unhappy and suffer? Our souls want to soar. We are put/brought here for a reason. Sure, suffering is part of the human condition, and no one leaves unscathed.
But it seems to me that people automatically defer to the hardest choice.
Choosing the ‘safe’ job over what makes your soul sing because its what you are ‘suppose to do’
Choosing the chores over dancing on a weekend
Sensible shoes over the magnificent embroidered heels that just call to you!
No lets be clear, I am not suggesting anarchy, I know…pay the bills, food on the table, trying to not break an ankle…. yeah, I get it.
But for Gods sake, have some fun! Do things, and make choices that validate your soul sing - your belting out loud to spotify, art making, high heel wearing, sleeping in on the weekends, eating ice cream just ‘cause soul.
Isn’t adulating hard enough with the things you MUST do, and the stuff that gets thrown at you?
If you feel a longing, a call, a NEED to have something in your life, it is there for a reason. And the reason isn’t to punish you. It is not to constantly tempt you and keep what it is you long for just out of reach. This longing is a guide, a map, your true north.
Just do it damnit!
Life is soo busy lately! New job, new city, new house…. new friends and schedule. I have tried to keep constant my art. It has been challenging.. not going to lie.
But I am fortunate to have been selected to be a part of a 3 woman show at the Gallery at WREN in Bethlehem, NH. The exhibit is titled “Intertwined Roots: Art of the Forest”
3 very different mediums, one amazing cohesive show! I will report back after!