Limitless M

I have been in an all time funk – where I vacillate between being a bit down and just busying myself with stuff to do.

Friday, I had dinner with a friend at the Jane Hotel.

Saturday was spent sleeping and self-pitying- unable to clean or motivate but I managed to join Gabby’s workshop on May Cause Miracles. Sunday, I escaped my problems by overbooking myself and abandoning my apartment [not a home].

When you live in triage mode, when one huge thing goes wrong – life just seems to go to sh*t.

My mom was in and out of the ER [she’s doing better now] and this made me realize- is there a magical pill for numbness? I want to check out. Just hover over life. I don’t want to dread or pause or even have an issue springing out of bed.

I have a million posts that I have yet to write. If you can keep a secret- I would like to share, I am a little bit scared of my greatness…

I must confess that, for the time being/until the weather warms up and summer breaks through, I will be taking myself slowly. For I am out of whack and sometimes that’s ok. I give myself permission to make mistakes, to not clean, to own my beautiful mess of a life.

Judge not – come spring/summer – my lull will give way and I shall be a force to be reckoned with once again.

On another note, I grew out of the “little bit.” Words have power and hold meaning for a reason. Throwing myself into a defined limited box of “a little bit” was weighing on me- I thought it was time to expand – exponentially expand. Move beyond limiting myself.

“Dear Inner Guide,

I am committed to transforming my fears to love. I will open my heart and mind to love and I will let my intuition guide me. I welcome all the spiritual assignments that may come and I am ready, willing and able to smother my fears with the light of love. I choose to see love instead of fear. […]
I am grateful for another day. I am grateful to breathe the air. I’m grateful for the trees, the grass, and the sky. I open my mind to focus on gratitude today. I release all littleness, all limiting beliefs. I choose gratitude instead.” –May Cause Miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein

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