With the webinar this week, there isn’t a new Friday Focus.
However, since we have so many new members in the last year or two, we thought we’d post a “Best of,” a selection of Friday Focus from the last few years. Review for those who have seen them before (there is always something new to discover), and new thought-provoking questions for our newer members!
When you experience life change, it is often accompanied by a feeling of emptiness. The change may be in our outer circumstances, like a physical move or the end of a relationship. Or it may be something different in your interior landscape that you haven’t even identified as change. Your tendency can be to fill the space with concern, fear or confusion. You may feel uncomfortable in your own skin. You are in new territory that feels unfamiliar.
What do you do with the feeling of emptiness?
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The pioneer is an initiator, a pathfinder, a trailblazer. The pioneer is one who is willing, drawn, perhaps even compelled, to venture into unknown territory, into the creation or discovery of something new. If you are a pioneer you have a penchant for exploration with the willingness to forge the path itself. Maybe you don’t even have a picture yet of what it is, only a feeling or idea that you are following. You are out on the edge, exploring something that feels important enough to leave the familiar behind.
Your ever-unfolding inner journey provides the seeds for action taken in the outer world. The pioneer takes deliberate action, not making a change simply for its own sake.
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Your voice may be the ultimate link with who you truly are. Through it you have the ability to communicate from essence, revealing what is new within yourself.. It is your instrument that can deliver true communication, sharing an energetic presence as you speak. The energy of your words impacts the listener, creating a vibratory resonance within them. This resonance is the body’s way of discerning the truth of any communication.
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Take a breath. Release it. Take another. Devote some dedicated time of concentration/meditation. It doesn’t need to be hours of quiet, perhaps only 15 minutes. Then allow the question to simmer within you through the weekend. Let responses bubble up into your awareness. Notice new ways of thinking, of images or ideas that arise spontaneously. Pay attention to your dreams. Let it happen. Be aware. See where it leads you next. Let yourself savor this process of receiving from yourself. Don’t judge whatever comes up, just receive it. Make notes.
You may want to share something from this process. Sharing can be an important way to anchor an insight in your body. It can lead you to deeper insight. It can stimulate action.
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