If you know me personally you have probably heard me call almost every experience I have had life changing.
That’s because I believe every experience is, otherwise what’s the point of having it?
For me if I jump in to do something it’s because I know there is something deep in it for me.
I am not afraid of hard work. I’m not afraid of change. In fact it’s probably my comfort zone if I’m honest.
I’ve seen many people step into development only to stop and step away.
And I get it.
When it gets to the point deeper than surface level it can be so god damn scary to enter that depth.
The wonder of what might arise.
The stories wondering what others might think of you.
The fear of what lays ahead when you uncover all you uncover.
I get it. I have been there.
I am still going there.
I will keep going there.
Because the person I am on the other side of every experience is so divinely changed that I wouldn’t give anything up in the world to avoid having that experience and finding that version of me.
I often ask myself why people would want to stay the same in life. Why they would never want to explore what is possible?
In my brain I honestly cannot come up with anything other than their perspective is that it’s easier.
But for me that sounds like it’s way more work, it’s way harder than the moments I spend reaching within and uncovering beliefs.
Which is what it’s all about right?
The fact that we all see things differently and through our lens that life has gifted us due to experiences we have had.
No two people are exactly the same. Or have experienced exactly the same experiences in life.
What is traumatic for one is not traumatic for another. And that doesn’t make it wrong or worse or better for either of those people.
What is life changing for me may not be life changing for someone else.
As long as I stay out of comparison mode I will receive the gifts I wish to receive. Even if I don’t know what that is right now.
And that’s what keeps me delving into the nooks and crannys of my life experience.
I want it all. I want to experience it all. And there is nothing you could say that could change my mind about it.
Call me crazy, call me weird, say I’m losing my mind. It doesn’t matter. I’ve never felt more in touch with who I am and more surrounded by people who get me than I have since I started going deep into this work.
Life has truly only just begun.