You got this!
I can't tell you how many times I say this to myself and my community! That and "hands at your back" are my support mantras.
“You got this.”
“I believe in you.”
“I know you can do everything you’re dreaming of, and probably a whole lot more!”
It just feels right to wholly believe that the people in my tribe got it. Whatever it is they are thinking about, working on, creating. They got this.
“Hands at your back.”
“I’m right here.”
“I will support you, encourage you, assist you, whatever you need.”
THIS is the community I want to live in. This is the only circle, tribe, network I am interested in engaging with.
2020 has taught me so much about priorities, purpose, self-worth and risk taking.
I’m no longer comfortable being less than or not enough. I’m no longer comfortable pretending to be a certain way because it makes you comfortable. Instead, I promise to be present and loving even if sometimes that feels difficult for you and for me. I promise to be truthful and compassionate even when your choices are different from mine. I promise to keep growing and expanding.
This is the tribe I’m seeking.
I want to surround myself daily with smart people living full lives who know there is more to their purpose than what our society tells us we should be or want. I want to be surrounded by people who believe in the spirit world, multiverse, interconnectedness of all beings. People who see life is everywhere and life is good. People willing to show up authentically and express their uniqueness. I’m so over the ones who want to conform!
I want a community filled with loving kindness and crazy joy, radical forgiveness and truth, sprinkled with compassion. I want people who believe God is Love and Love has no gender and no agenda other than to express Love. We are all God. We are all Divine.
So, here I am. Feeling like 2020 is the grand unicorn hunt and it’s already September! There’s a drive from within to find this community before the magical year passes. The only thing left to do is to create it. Create the community I want. I’m calling it “Sacred Circles Community” and falling in love with it as I shape and mold it. I hope you’ll join me in this tribe once it’s launched.
Right now, I just keep repeating to myself, “you got this!” More soon, I promise!
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