Have you ever felt like you were on the cusp of something big? I’ve been here before, and I’m getting more discerning about what it feels like. I feel that way again. There’s a part of me that feels overwhelmed by the potentiality of it all, and I’ll delete that thought the minute I write it. There’s also a part of me that is so freaking excited by the limitlessness of growth. What might happen? Now I can embrace the deliciousness of that question. Before, since I was trained as a conflict expert, I used to imagine and plan for the worst. But after a lot of work on those old patterns, I now am mastering the art of imagining the best.
Happiness is growth.
With this feeling being so strong, I am planning again. I know I need more help in my career as an author. I am growing in ways I never imagined—which is awesome—but it also takes time away from the one thing that makes me the happiest: the writing. And let’s face it, there are just some things I don’t want to do, things like spreadsheets and number crunching and such. Not my thing. I know it, and I’m happy to delegate it. Now, it’s all about finding more wonderful, highly consciousness people to work with me. So far, I have done really well in this. Sure, some people have been temporary helpers, but I am rolling with the waves.
At one time, growth seemed unmanageable. Now, I know things will work out. If it takes a while to handle some of the outcomes of rapid growth, well, then it simply does. I only have to rush as much as I want.
Yet, even as I write that, I feel like I’m moving quickly to prepare for the huge wave of abundance coming that is going to blow all my old conceptions of abundance to bits. I can already hear the divine saying, “You ain’t seen nothing yet.”
I say, “Bring it.”
In so many ways, I have outgrown my life, my house. Even my very skin. I feel like a million seeds that have burst their skins in a greenhouse and are ready to be planted in a much larger field.
So, here’s to growth. Lots of it. And to the support needed to manage it and cultivate it and ride it. What’s growing in your life?
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