“Courage must have its everyday face. We can’t preserve it just for special occasions. We must have courage when we are disappointed, because disappointment is a robber of reason and faith and even dignity. We must remember that whatever we have to meet there is something within us to help us meet it. But it is like a vein of rich ore. We must tap it, know what it is, and turn it into a finished product that will serve a purpose.” ~Joyce Sequichie Hifler
Something is happening! Have you noticed? The weather is changing and the fall air is crisp and clear. The days are shorter and getting darker earlier. When you come home from work, you don’t feel the need to change into your play clothes; you just can go straight to your pj’s because it feels like night at 5:30pm, right?
But, I really am not speaking to the visual changes in Mother’s Earth; I am speaking of the changes in the collective consciousness. Things have been bumpy lately; the world seems to be in a hissy fit of unkindness.
I love the quote at the beginning of this article because courage does need an everyday face! We need courage both as a group and individually.
What I know on the macro level is that the women I have the privilege of interacting with monthly are still putting one foot in front of the other moving forward to their dream. But now they have a little added spice and can dance to a new theme song, which gives them a “gotta get the boom boom now” type of energy. I feel the courage they are radiating at a higher frequency.
Their courage has an everyday face and that face is not allowing them to be robbed of their reason, faith or dignity. It is as if the connection to our oneness has now been grounded into the earth.
The realization that all is well, even in the darkest hours of loss, heartbreak and hopelessness, and that we are tapped into the soul’s rich ore of peace and purpose, gives us strength, Nothing can stop us if we are living our life in integrity, pureness of heart and truthfulness. Then we are in the flow of the highest possible energy.
Now here’s the flip side of not being in your flow. Hiding, pushing down your feelings and sabotaging them will have the effect of forcing your life experiences so that eventually all will come out, to be seen and reviewed. Self-darkness will flip itself over to the light and it will come up, either smoothly or with an explosion.
There is no room for fear, anger or jealousy when you create from the courageous soul because the courageous soul knows that it is an illusion that we are disconnected from our opportunity to grow, learn and live our authentic life.
We are all in this earth school together and learning to love ourselves first for who we are is a shining part of the whole!
So, what does this have to do with not being able to create your family?
Listen in on our monthly tele-workshop on October 15th at 6:00 PM to learn more. I am so blessed that Dr. Kiltz offers this opportunity to his clients and others because this is a safe, sacred space to share your experiences with others and receive the support you need to live your creation journey from your courageous soul!!
Email me at Kristen@cnyfertility.com to RSVP!
(Originally Published on October 5, 2012)