Sometimes it makes me cry when I don’t know why. I write this as I walk through the feelings in this experience and what I am seeing. I experienced a feeling of grief as I moaned out the sorrows of not knowing.
A series of unexpected events over this past week led to me feeling emotions that expressed themselves today as I passed through the final unexpected challenge. It was like the head honcho domino clearly there to knock down others.
But this domino sent me backwards to a place of reflection of all that I faced this past week. Why did this moment send me to tears? Perhaps the many circumstances together were a part of the whole, in bringing me to a place where I felt through my tears in my process of letting go.
I let go of the uncontrollable.
I let go of having to know why.
I feel differently after I cry. My mind takes on affirmations as its way to make sense of it all, while my feelings just feel. In letting my heart feel no explanation is needed. My heart just feels lighter and happier. In this case, it was after I felt through my frustration and then morned the loss of what I was letting go of.
My constant unfoldment as an active participant in the human evolution leads me to record my experience to ground it, release it and to more fully see who I am in this moment.
I am here as a leader of a new way. Anyone can claim this to be true. I believe in leading myself in ways that nurture my mind, body and spirit. Pushing and striving is tiresome and requires delusional thinking of being in control of it all. I prefer to live in trust with clear intentions and an internal guidance system that guides me to a necessary action when that action is necessary.
Opposite of why, is this trust game; a system that operates through a knowing. It’s not easy for the mind to let go of having to know why and when but it’s the new game in town and I’m inviting you to come play with me. Trust.
I can get sucked into the momentum of life that is still fueled by a collective engine that was once motored by patriarchal standards and influences. My body tells me when it’s too much and when I’m being pushed beyond what’s good for me. And yet its hard as a singular person in a big world to be able to be the one that makes new decisions for us all, so I’m inviting you into the conversation and creation of something new. Are you met with a society that projects: pushing, controlling and forgetting we are more than just the mind?
I believe enough of us are awake to create a new world where we no longer ask why. We trust our intuition and our nurturing nature to guide us, not our minds. The feminine nature in us is meant to be experienced by us all and it’s time it’s made its way into the work place. I don’t know about you, but for me, it feels good to nurture myself, and yet I have small gaps of time to do so.
With that said, I suggest we change the 8 hour work day, which was an invention and an executive decision made for us, not by us. When something influences and impacts us all, we are the ones who decide what is best. We must take our power back. We are not cattle or slaves who are to be forced to work. We have creative interests and families and many things we love that are as, or even more, important than our place of work.
We together can create a 5 hour work day, with the intention of nurturing our bodies, minds, spirits and lives, with the extra space we have created. More feminine energy is necessary for us all and my feminine proclaims a 5 hour work day and increased pay is the new balanced work life. People deserve more money for their time, and more time to themselves. This is the new reality I choose to see for citizens of planet earth. Talk to me and let me know what you think. This is our lives and our planet, let’s care for ALL together.
We are all humans with heart, let’s unite here and create change.