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    I’ve been playing around this past week with growing my expectation of showing up confidently. I love how supported and buoyed I felt in that by y’all in our zoom group!


    Ooooeee! Confidence is a good one Hannah. Tech problems left me out, but I’m stoked y’all boosted the big energy.

    Some expectations I have is to deepen self-love, while also strengthening my artistic practice. After feeling soul-crushed stranded in the soul-desert of pout fest Monday, I woke up to cry hard, so much I formed an oasis. Here i noticed the mirages of blockages in different manifestations that weren’t fully happening; I’ve been seeking external sources for what could be remedied internally. This week has been a down-up-up-up! in this expectation & momentum 🙂

    Thanks Hannah!


    Thanks for sharing, Nich. I’ve heard from a few folks that as they focus on what they want, they encounter a very strong NOT THAT, which helps them actually make some profound shift that directly aligns them with what they want.

    Darcy, for example, wished to have a best day ever. But that day actually really sucked. He complained that his magic hadn’t worked.
    But then, the next day, he shifted some things. He did things differently and that day, he actually did have his best day ever.

    Or, as Abraham Hicks says, if you’re in Arizona and you’re driving to the beach, the fastest way there is through a lot of desert.

    It’s so exciting to remember that. To cheer ourselves on with that. It’s incredible, really, to let ourselves move through the desert, not in despair, but in knowing that the beach is inevitable.

    Elspeth Greene

    Nich and Hanna, thank you for sharing all of that! I’ve also had a rather tough week with many complex feelings and a few days with heavy crying and release. I noticed it was much easier to feel those hard feelings knowing that my momentum is going uppppp in the long-term, and so that helped it feel more ok to feel that out and through, trusting myself to learn and grow from the experience instead of staying stuck there.
    Sooo…trusting myself! That’s a big one. Trusting that I will catch myself when I fall. Trusting my inner guidance.
    Falling in love with myself.
    Emotional autonomy and self-reliance.
    A reciprocal finding of home, community and job that serve my needs and bring me joy.
    Making the most of the situation I have presently that I would eventually like to see change (living alone, lots of free time and space to do the work and make more space in my life for what I want)
    Snowballing momentum of loving my life.

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