Ego: You're too emotional. You're crying a lot these days
Self: Go easy, it's been a tough two months.
Ego: You're not focused enough. Scrolling too much, distracting yourself.
Self: When you want to get something done, you do. You always have. Busy isn't better.
Ego: Yeah, but it's going to take some work to keep the business going, so get it together
Self: When I flow, my business flows. The last client just came to me. Just let things be what they are. The "work" always gets done--relax
Ego: Well, I sure hope so, because this has been going on for a long time.
Self: The sun has been shining for a long time, the moon has been waxing and waning for a long time--but, my dear, this beautiful self has been slowing down for a heartbeat. Let time go
Ego: Oh, okay, good point. I think I get it now (until next time I come calling)
Self: I love you.
Ego: Thankyou. I'm just trying to keep you safe.
Self: I know.
Just in case you thought you were the only one who runs this script. XO
I love you.
Learning to tame and calm the ego is part of our healing.
Making peace with our thoughts, the rabbit holes we can go down, the fears we feel. All of these are magical portals to facing the healing head on.
And we don't have to be alone on this journey.
We can "fast-track" it just by showing up together.
Being is a space that teaches us, that guides us, that mentors our hearts and souls to rise above the fears, the doubts, the worries.
We are BIGGER than our struggles.
TOGETHER we RISE, sisters! Together we rise.
Join us this fall for a powerful and sacred space.
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Can't wait to see you. XO
Leanna Jane Lewis ditched the paint and playdough centre in her kindergarten classroom for some more adventures as a school teacher turned yogi mentor and coach. Just like kids, adults need quiet time too. We all need to feel playful and peaceful in our lives.