Anytime we're in the midst of a big change, our early imprints are bound to come up. It's just how it works. Those patterns can be subtle or completely overwhelming.
Yesterday, in this journey of releasing things that no longer serve, things went a little too fast for me. I could feel that I was sped up, I was HOT, and I was having trouble slowing myself down. I reached out to my friend and colleague, Kate White. Kate is an amazing somatic therapist and even though we live in different states, she worked with me to help me return to what she calls the "Functional Range." It doesn't mean that I was calm like a Buddhist Monk, but that I was now "functional." I think that's all that anyone can ask for, being human and all. But especially for me right now with so many big changes happening in my life right now. The last thing I need to do right now is to go completely crazy. I don't have time for that!
You can learn more about Kate at her website. If you'd like to work with a really good somatic practitioner, I can't recommend her enough!
And this afternoon, I had a chance to touch base again with Christy to process. We talked about all my furniture leaving and how to work through the parts that were overwhelming.
I think this is all so very applicable to LIFE, not just when you're completely clearing out your house. We ALL get to these points where we're overwhelmed and we don't know what to do. These resources may be really helpful for you, so I encourage you to check them out!
Watch the video with Christy Farr here.
Tomorrow, Friday, August 5 at 1pm eastern, Christy and I will be connecting live and we're inviting you to join us! It's free. Bring your questions about what you've seen in this process, your questions about her book, or anything else that you want to ask us about.
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