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  • I want it now.

    Posted on June 4, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about what we want when we want it.

    I had the most amazing experience over the weekend.  I had the opportunity to present the first official Devoted to Me workshop.  While it was primarily family and friends I felt based upon the response that I had made a difference.

    It was beautiful and at the same time I felt raw, vulnerable and exposed after it was over.  I left feeling on top of the world but somehow could not help feeling a little low by the time the evening rolled around.  It is strange how we can go from one end of the emotional spectrum to another all in a span of a few hours with nothing concrete to say why.

    I wake up today with the desire for more and wanting it to happen now.  I want to be before thousands of people giving them the message of Devoted to Me. Everyone needs to know how it can impact their lives and how we each can make a difference in the world by simply starting with our own self first.

    How I can go from an audience of 20 people to an audience of thousands overnight is beside the point.  I just want it to happen now.  That’s how I feel.

    Then I say to myself, CALM down.

    In order to get back to that peaceful, powerful, grateful place that I started from I have been mediating and breathing.  To remember that I am, right at this moment, in the place I am meant to be.  I am patient.  Things happen as they are supposed to happen and not just because I want them to happen.  An audience is an audience regardless of the number.  I took the leap when I created Devoted to Me and I will land safely on the other side no matter the outcome.  Because I know that I am better off having tried then never trying at all.

    Now I just need to say this over and over as I try not to get ahead of myself again.  Breathe.

    Thank you to all who came to this workshop.  I so appreciate all the support.  It means the world to me.

    Here’s to many more to come.

    Until next time…

    Devoted to Me begins with me and continues to you.  Accept it.  Pass it on.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Monica says:

    I am so proud of you, congratulations on this huge step! Is it on YouTube? xoxo