I firmly believe that living in a state of lack creates more of that same feeling. Sometimes you need to let it go. Realize you've done your budgets and worked the numbers. Factor in some luxury, and it will help attract more. Leave room for abundance.
One of my all time favorite Brene Quotes. Ugh she has such a great gift for expressing an idea in a way we can understand simply. But enough Goddess worship....
I'm all about the story. Particularly in my work with women I've discovered often the biggest challenge is allowing the strong, funny, intelligent women I work with own those qualities and finally be the leading lady of their own story.
There's always gonna be someone out there who doesn't get it. Who would do it differently. Let them. Let them rock their own game. It'll never be your game. Never your story. You don't owe explanations, apologies, or edits to your own story. You are enough.
What a concept. It's one of those things we say to other people but is always difficult to practice. I admit I see the benefits of waiting, but I recognize that it's such a delicate balance to work towards and attract the goals you so badly want and deserve, and also remember there is also an element of surrender in all this.
Putting out exactly what you want, being super clear and working hard, then taking your hands off and letting the Universe take care of the rest. Trust that she knows what you want and need.
I feel like the idea of working on "perfectionism" has been all around lately. Everywhere I look someone is posting a quote on the virtues of imperfection, or making a great webinar about it. When I see things over and over again I always take it to mean it's something I need to be paying attention to because it's been put in my path so unavoidably.
What I love about this quote is that there's a sense of permission here. What a relief in the perspective that God, the universe, your higher power etc, knows you, created you, and along with it created those imperfections.
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