Recently, I stepped out of my comfort zone and I think it may have been too long. I once shared the quote, “When was the last time you did something for the first time?” If I asked myself I honestly couldn’t remember 🤷🏻♀️ So when I was asked to lead Calling of Quarters, ironically for Fire of the South, I was worried. In a room full of strong, kind and magical women, I was afraid. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized I was afraid of myself. I was scared of disappointing me, the harshest critic
In a quick change of mindset, I accepted the challenge. And called out to the fiery, warm and deep element inside Us All🔥⚡️❤️ It felt SOO good. To show myself I AM capable. To connect to Spirit. The Element. My Self. MY Fire. The women around me celebrated it too. 💗💃🏻🔥💃🏽 Then I had to do it again. Speak up for myself. Get outside my comfort zone. But I remembered last time it felt so much better when I did, then when I was too scared to even try. I gathered my courage and spoke my truth.
The best part was how INSTANTLY I was smiling after😆 I felt at ease. Like me. I knew I made the decision that was right in my heart and I chose to be strong, to follow my gut.
Just a reminder that you can probably do ANYTHING you set your mind on. Or have an inkling towards. Those feelings deep inside are not for nothing. Listen to them. That is YOUR OWN #magick ⚡️ #powerwithin#witchy#fire#element#soulsound#fearboss#frommashawithlove
𝕄 𝔼 𝔻 𝕀 𝕋 𝔸 𝕋 𝕀 𝕆 ℕ 🧘🏼♀️
It’s this big fancy word that people THINK means sitting (or laying) and giving your thoughts away to nothingness and coming into your breath.
Realistically, meditation can be ANYTHING. There are moving meditations, walking outside in nature versus sitting still. There are Breathwork meditations, focused on clearing your mind and honing in on something specific. There are specific thought meditations.
Meditation is whatever YOUR practice looks like.
Today I meditated on my fears. Fear of being alone (literally and figuratively). Fear of not being enough. Fear of the unknown.
I reflected on where these fears stem from and I yearn to delve deeper. I imagined burning my fears in the fires I’d lit. ✨
My meditation practice varies SO MUCH, but at the end of the day the idea is to take time for self-reflection.
Remember nothing changes, unless it changes🔥