Big Dreams. Big Triggers.

Big Dreams. Big Triggers. By Diana Lovitt #WUVIP #TheWellnessUniverse #BigDreams #BigTriggers

Big dreams come with big triggers

I have initiated some of the biggest things EVER for my life in 2015.

As I write this on the cusp of the New Year, I feel all the potential coming. I’ve taken some big steps and some grand leaps to begin to align my life with the greater vision I have for it. And do you know what? It is scary. (It’s also secretly amazingly thrilling!) These leaps are triggering all the fear buttons I have—BIG time. But, I also feel more potential, more power, and more control than ever before.

There are the money fears (HUGE), the “who am I to do this?” And the “you’ve never done that before.” And on and on. Worry. Fear. Doubt. Overwhelm. Lack of worthiness. Lack of resources. All of these creep in from time to time.

The thing is, I really KNOW that the stuff I’m investing in, creating and pursuing, is critical right now to my personal growth and for the growth of my business.

I KNOW that by challenging myself to create new programs, I will serve my clients in deeper ways and with more lasting transformation than the ways I was serving them before.

I KNOW that my trip to Egypt and its sacred sites in a couple of weeks will totally expand my spiritual and intuitive capacity. And be, in the truest sense of the word,—AWESOME!

I KNOW that the investments I’m making in my personal and spiritual education are some of the most important ones I can take.

But OH BOY! They trigger every button I have. But even this is a gift since I’m learning how to come back to my center; be present and TRUST. Before this year, I would have never even attempted the leaps that I have. I would have stopped myself by the fear, doubt, over-thinking and the lack of belief in myself and my dreams. The practice this year has been a continual back and forth between fear and trust. Of trying to stay in that deep beautiful sacred place of knowing.

To get back to a place of trust, a place of unlimited potential; I have grounding, physical and energetic practices for myself. I breathe. I ground, charge, and reconnect my soul and body. Now the most important thing—take steps and make plans towards what I need to do to move towards what I want.

Action is the quickest way to get out of the feeling of overwhelm. When I take action on something that was feeling less than comfortable; I now feel in control and more powerful. Even if it’s just telling myself all of the things that are working; all the abundance I already have, all the gratitude I have for everything in my life, and the blessed opportunity I have to create more.

Original Source to Article, with many thanks to Diana Lovitt