The planet needs your creativity, your art, your business, YOU.
We can no longer spend time spinning around in the illusion that we are not ready, or insufficient.
So let’s break down this illusion RIGHT NOW.
First off – you don’t feel insufficient.
You never have.
I get it, you may think you have felt insufficient.
But, truth is you haven’t actually felt that for one simple reason.
Let’s break it down. (cue soundtrack)
Look, your body is the source of where you FEEL, right?
Without a body you would not FEEL.
Here are some of the kinds of experiences your body feels…
Chaotic spinning energy
Energy rising in your chest
Energy sinking down to your belly
Pain, pleasure and the full range of emotions
Your body does not FEEL Insufficient.
Your body does not FEEL Inadequate.
Your body does not FEEL Insecure.
Your body doesn’t know of these three “I’s.”
IT IS KEY TO SEE THAT THOSE 3 I’s ARE GENERATED BY THOUGHTS IN YOUR HEAD – NOT FEELINGS IN THE BODY.
YOUR BODY DOESN’T HAVE A CLUE ABOUT FEELING INADEQUATE.
JUST AS A DOG DOESN’T HAVE CLUE ABOUT EXPERIENCING BEING INADEQUATE.
So, if you catch yourself saying something like, “I feel Inadequate,” it is essential to see this is being generated in your thoughts. Not your body.
Sure, you may feel one of the body experiences listed above – but you are then linking a series of THOUGHTS to those sensations to come to the conclusion that you feel inadequate. Which has the underlying meaning that you ARE inadequate. B to the U to the double L to the S to the H-I-T.
HERE’S YOUR 6 STEP PRACTICE, you rebel, you!
Please note: this is about a lot more than semantics.
This is about eliminating elements (SUCH AS BEING IN A MENTAL DRAMA) that block your creativity and ability to act (or take action) in the moment.
The next time you think to yourself – “I feel insufficient”, or “not-enough”, or “I am inadequate because…”
Here’s your 6 step practice:
2.) Don’t go into a mental drama to build a case against yourself. How?
Start by saying, “I’m Back.”
3.) Notice that you probably are not seeing what is around you – so, really see what is there. We must connect to what is real.
4.) Tune into what you actually feel in your body – maybe some heaviness in your legs or someone intense spinning in your torso, for example.
5.) Increase your breath to increase your ability to feel the sensations – without judging them as good or bad – just feel the purity of what is in your body ( It’s all good).
6.) Practice seeing, feeling, breathing – and anytime you go into crappy thoughts, go back to step 1 and repeat.
These six steps will start to burn up the pattern (and illusion) of “feeling” insufficient.
So, you may have questions or comments about this.
Write them below – and let’s talk about it.
Have an awesome, creative day, my friend!