I’m in my new office, in my new house with bubble wrap everywhere. No pictures on the walls yet, but I’m doing my best to sort through all of the boxes. Moving for anyone is not really a fun process. It’s stressful and tiring.
But it’s also exciting! I’ve been focusing on the joy of moving and being able to paint walls the colours that reflect my personality and truth better than before. I’m feeling joyous about more space and a new community.
It’s all about what you focus on. We all know that we are the creators of our own reality.
Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson was one of my favourite books when I was a kid. Harold loves the moon. So the first thing he draws is the moon because that gives him something to hold on to.
He always remembers where the moon is. And when he sees the moon, he feels good. And so he decides to go for a walk and draws a straight line but he gets kind of bored and crosses a field that he draws off of the straight and narrow path.
Then he doesn’t want to get lost, so he draws a tree for a reference point. Pretty smart little kid huh? But it turns into an apple tree so he draws a big dragon to guard the apples. It’s so scary, it even scares him and as he’s backing away, his hand is shaking with fear and he ends up in the sea!
He remembers he can’t swim, so he quickly draws a boat just in time, so that he can climb into it and sail. He draws land so he can get off the boat and have a picnic. A picnic of pie of course, and he eats all he can but there’s so much left over so he draws a moose and a porcupine to finish the pie… like you do.
And he goes on and on. It’s a wonderful story because the moon always goes with him. He always has his icon, his thing to focus on and ground him. Even when faced with unexpected conflict (being in the sea) he handles it gracefully, because he knows his own power. Eventually, he ends up at home in his bed because he always knows where the moon is in his bedroom window.
Harold, still remembering why he’s come to the earth, knows that he is the creator of his own reality. And so whatever he needs, he creates it. If he needs food, he draws food and he eats it. If he’s lost he draws a policeman to ask directions, etc.
The point of the story is that with your imagination, you can create your own reality.
I remember when I was a little kid sitting in school, staring out the window fantasizing about anything else than what the teacher was blabbing on about.
I was always the one that the teacher would pick on, calling me out of my reverie. I’d be like a deer in the headlights, busted! I was totally not paying attention. I’d be off in a space that felt better for me than the structure of school.
Later I liked learning, but in the early years of school, I just thought, Why are you putting us here? We’re six we should be out being free spirits.
But as adults, you can live in your fantasy world. I mean, you do have to take action in your day-to-day life “reality” to make those fantasies and dreams come true.
Because you are the creator of your reality. So why are you still sweating the small stuff? Why are you still choosing to be triggered every time somebody says something or does something? Why are you still taking things personally? Why are you allowing yourself to get annoyed about all of the small things every day when it is a choice?
When you start to do the inner work and change your personal relationship with your higher self, with your God, your spirit, your energy, with your mindset and the words that come out of your mouth, as well as your behaviour and actions; when you start to take responsibility for everything that you attract to you, your whole world changes dramatically.
Mine certainly did. And then your life just keeps getting better and better. You don’t take responsibility only once. It is a practice. You have to take this new understanding of yourself into practice.
So come on the webinar this Saturday the 11th at 2pm UK time. I’m going to talk all about my signature offer From Fear Into Love which is the best self-development course you’re going to find.
It’s going to help you find subconscious patterns that you keep recreating in your life. Most of my students in week one exclaimed, “Oh my God, this makes so much sense!”
It does make a lot of sense. But sometimes we need things pointed out to us. People who’ve done tonnes of personal work and healing already, come on this course and wonder how they could have not seen their subconscious patterns, (that seem so obvious once they learn the tools) before!
Why don’t you come and meet yourself? Find your inner truth. Attend the webinar so that you can hear all about it. Some of my alumni will be there talking about their great experiences and life shifts.
I’d really love to help you change your life for the better. Because if you haven’t changed your life by now, what are you waiting for?
We talk a lot about abundance issues because many people have abundance issues. And a lot of my students have a completely different relationship with money, finances, and abundance on the whole, which we find out has very little to do with money. It has to do with energy and vibration and having an abundant mindset.
I’d love to see you there. And if you haven’t already got one, get a copy of Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson and see how this kid creates his own reality and take a page out of his book and start to create your own reality too.
The first step in your creation is to come and hear about all the ways that you can learn how to do that in my 12-week online course From Fear Into Love.
You’ll have the chance to ask questions live. See you on Saturday!
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