Just Because You Want It, Doesn’t Mean You’re Gonna Feel Like Doing It

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So often, our mind tricks us into avoiding action…

By telling us that since we don’t “feel” like doing something in the moment, that, of course, there must be a reason.

That we are surely out of alignment and, therefore, should not commit to the desire {and subsequent work} at hand.

But our mind is a liar.

More:

This is not how we reach mastery. Nope.

This is how we die with our music still inside of us.

Ouch.

Because there is a difference between a) the emotional experience of “feeling like” doing something and b) the desire that this action would help us step into.

However, most of us are taught that there is no difference.

So we move through life refusing to take action on the very thing that could change everything.

Because we believe that we have to “feel like” taking action before we can take the action.

But nothing could be further from the truth.

I mean, you can continue going through your life confusing emotions with desire…

Or you can learn how to listen to your body and understand the signals you’re receiving.

When to stop… when to lean in… when to reassess… when to tear it all down… and when to #GoddessTheFuckUp and bare your everything.

But you won’t get to the place of understanding until you get to the place of embodiment.

And you won’t get to embodiment until you begin discerning.

And the way to get to that discernment?

Well, now…

That’s exactly where The October Sessions of Body of Work come in.

To learn more, click the info link here:

YourBodyOfWork.com

You have less than a week to join us.

Doors close September 30.

No pressure, just a heads up in case your emotions have been distracting you from your Truth.

Happened to me just this morning.

Will likely happen again tomorrow. And the next day. And the next.

Because… Humaning.

But to move through the Resistance and go all in on what matters most, regardless?

It’s what I’ll be teaching in The October Sessions.

Mmmmhmmmmmm.

As always…

Here’s to your Untaming,

N