When was the last time we experienced feverish passion in life—the kind that just intuitively moves us to go forward in a direction that we know is for our highest good?
Imagine waking up every day and feeling energized and thankful for every single aspect of life. Feeling excited about the possibilities and also knowing that we are in a healthy enough state that we’re not going to sabotage ourselves, others or the journey. This is inspired living.
But let’s wake up to 3-D. We live in Fairfield County, the most congested and competitive area of the country. Most people seem to be more driven in their career than establishing a sense of community and building family. Since 2020, our burnout rate has gone through the roof and people have had the time to really examine what is working for them, what is not, where their passion lies and what things suck out all their energy.
With the chaos of the world and almost the inability to escape from it, more people are running in the direction of their soul calling. What does that mean? It’s different for every person and every situation. Things are happening at rapid speed—so much so that we don’t seem to have a grasp on our life. But do we really need to have a tight hold, or can we just intuitively flow through it? What if you intuitively flowed through your life, and ran toward what made your heart beat with exuberant joy? What would your life look like? This tension is really what causes inspired living.
The tension is a gift, the aggravation is a gift, the abrupt finales and the possibilities to start something new, are actually all gifts from our highest self. This is the friction energy that causes something new to flourish out of our life. This friction is what causes us to make a quick and steady choice based on our deepest knowing. Where are we going, and what are we doing to live through our soul purpose?
Run toward yourself. There have been years of running away, years of trauma, years of putting bandages over wounds with substances, emotional addictions and repeating old debilitating cyclical patterns. Saying “yes” to yourself breaks the pattern. What is yes to self? Yes to self is yes to the things that feel good, yes to the things that give you peace, yes to the things that clear out the old and that energize your soul with more creativity, healing, community, wholeness.
With over a dozen devices that are proven to change our body’s frequency, our mental cognition (revitalizing and stimulating the central neural cavity in the brain) and releasing all our happiest high-chemicals (dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins), we come lightyears closer to our highest nature, the purest form of peace, experiencing life in a way we never thought possible—all by saying yes to self-care on a whole new level.
This yes breaks the old chords and scarcity mentality that has been passed down by some of our families with a thought pattern that self-care is selfish, useless and time consuming. This kind of self-care is beneficial not only to self, but to all the people in your life. It is the gift that truly keeps on giving, letting us really tap into inspired living. And isn’t that what life is all about?