Week 2 Diving into the Mystery

Once again I look deeply into what motivates me to take action and not numbing out in a routine that does not lead me to take action, where I feel comfortable and in control of what?  Letting go of thinking that I have control by enacting a routine is the great illusion.  Instead of engaging in the repetitive thoughts of “I can’t” in an unconscious way,  I choose to let go of what I think makes me feel safe, per Lesson 2.   I have been listening to what I tell myself, it was barely audible, but, I heard the repetitive “giving up.” NOT DOING THAT ANYMORE.

Diving into the mystery, the unknown, what is not routine, taking risks to try something new, taking action has been THRILLING, IGNITING MY PASSION TO LIVE THE LIFE I’VE ALWAYS WANTED.  My safety is –  trusting myself to open to the Great Mystery and trusting my inner guidance to flow in the wellspring of not knowing – in the depths of my own creative energies.  Sitting down to write my first DMP last week was challenging, until I stopped telling myself that “I didn’t know how to write it.”   The DMP revealed itself to me, and the words vibrated in my entire being and I came ALIVE, connecting with my my passion and believing that I can create this new life!  At the same time, I feel peace, calm.

Diving into the fluidity of my soul I experience the FLOW OF MY SOUL- like diving into the azure Mediterranean Sea, within the silence of the Blue Grotto, Isle of Capri – just like Sophia Loren did in the movie, “It Started in Naples” with Clark Gable.  Bella Italia!

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3 Responses to Week 2 Diving into the Mystery

  1. Pieter Last says:

    Naomi, thank you for sharing. I’m looking forward to following your journey with MKE.

  2. Star Realty says:

    I too let the “I can’t” get in the way of moving forward. Thanks you for sharing from your heart.

  3. What a journey in just 2 weeks, right?? wow, so proud of the progression you have made. We have to silence that old blueprint to let the new one shine forth and lead. You got this… just keep creating those new habits.

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