Living on life support

Are you living your life as if you are on life support?

 In 2013 I was on life support for 6 days after the birth of my last baby, the machines were breathing for me, managing many of the biochemical processes and bodily functions. They were keeping me alive, while my body was struggling to do so for itself. Life was happening to me, I wasn’t happening to life at that point. However many of us live our whole lives that way, with life happening to us, but what if you awaken from life support and change that all around?

What could you accomplish if you invoked a consistent commitment to the decision?

I am unstoppable!!!

If my mind is in alignment with my desire and I believe I actually can, I am able to create amazing things in my life.

I have a unique gift to breathe life into a dream and empower them to come into being and existence.

My struggle however at times is deciding on what to create and discovering what it is that I genuinely want. However, the more and more I learn about myself the more I am successful at doing that.

2013 was the year I was officially on life support, although I realized that as I look back over my life that I had in some ways walked much of my life as if I was already on life support, not fully living on purpose. Instead, I was allowing life to happen to me.

I was not purposefully creating the life I wanted by taking the next step and the next step until I reached a point where there were no more steps, and I would need to make a decision.

Then the decision I would make would be to find the next thing that would lead me again on another step journey. Another course of study, not one that I was necessarily passionate about but one that provided me with more steps to follow and a clear path to follow.

Studying teaching was one of those for me. I had finished my Bachelor of Performing Arts a course that I loved and hated at the same time.

I loved it because it was far more authentic to the real me than I knew at the time, but I hated it because at that age and stage of my life I was struggling with who I was because of the masks that I had trained myself to wear. When I reached the end of that course of study, I then have to face the next decision.

What to do now?

While the real me didn’t want to do more study but in actuality wanted to get to know me without all the steps planned out. That decision, however, was a scary one and there were lots of voices saying to me to take the easy path. So I stepped into the next step program – the Bachelor of Teaching, which comes with its own agenda and tracks. You do this, this, this and then this.

Again not needing to move off the “life support” machine and having the ability to let life continue to happen to me instead of being created by me. Taking life by the horns and building a fantastic future and passionately pursuing who I am.

It’s not that lust far in life that I haven’t had a beautiful life. There are so many people in my life that I would never give up for the world, my husband and beautiful children and dearest friends are at the top of my list. But if I knew then what I know now about this amazing person living inside my body and her powerful ability to create great things, my life may have been very different sooner.

Now I’m living on purpose; I passionately pursue who I am, and what I desire to create and bring into life, opening my heart to the awesomeness of me and beauty that has surrounded me.

What about you?

If you need help find more of you, please feel free to book in for a coaching session so I can help you on that journey.

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