Your willingness to do the inner work that supports your growth and self-discovery is quintessential in the process of freeing yourself from the inside out.
As human beings, we have the capacity to use our ‘will‘ to cause ourselves perpetual states of suffering. Often times our willpower can be exhausted in trying to control life i.e. people, situations and events, with the belief that this will make us feel okay inside.
The idea is…if I can control life out there, I’ll be okay in here.
But time and time again, it doesn’t work.
Consider the amount of willpower that goes into getting other people’s acceptance and approval to feel loved, safe and not alone in this world. It seems completely normal because everybody is doing it but when you take a closer look it simply doesn’t add up to anything other than frustration, exhaustion and drama.
The question for those who are waking up is…
Are you willing to keep your heart open when life tries its hardest to close it?
Are you willing to soften in the face of hard times?
Are you willing to be compassionate when you feel misunderstood?
Are you willing to listen over being right?
Are you willing to be radically honest, in spite of feeling unsupported and unseen?
Are you willing to release the resentment that robs you of connection, joy and celebration?
Are you willing to accept all that is beautiful and all that is ugly and disturbing in this world?
Are you willing to love beyond what a person would not dare to grieve?
Are you willing to leave this life with unclenched fists, palms open, completely surrendered?
And most importantly…
Do you have the skills, habits and support that actually embody what you are willing to do?
To get you started, I invite you to experience this FREE Guided Meditation Practice that ignites your willingness to do the inner work that your heart is whispering, or screaming, for you to prioritise.
This is not about generating forceful willpower.
It’s about accessing the wisdom within that naturally draws you to cultivate happiness, healing and joy from the inside-out.
This is a deeply peaceful and heart-moving practice I know you will love.