Let’s talk about FLOW…


Picture Credits – Jeannie Selda

“When we judge what’s happening, it’s instant drama because we think the circumstance is the issue. True flow is not about micromanaging your circumstances so you can feel comfortable.
Jennifer Hough


I wanted to share something from the depths of my heart on the subject of FLOW

You see it’s not just about getting out of your own way. It’s about embodying the operating system for thriving. You can use skills and tools to temporarily get out of the way of your own flow, but the two are not the same thing.

I watch much of humanity asking to feel better from their situation. That’s easy enough to do. There are tools and tricks all day long to do that. Embodiment however, is a whole other animal.

When we judge what’s happening, it’s instant drama because we think the circumstance is the issue. True flow is not about micromanaging your circumstances so you can feel comfortable.

So you see… I’m not really excited about managing the drama with tools, I’m way more excited about actually embodying the ability to see Life and the current circumstances from a higher perspective. This is all about allowing me to know what to do from that higher perspective and disengaging from trying to manage my life so my ego can feel better about circumstances.

The thriving operating system is something that I am so passionate about, because it stops us all from working so hard at managing the drama. I gotta say, there is a lot of opportunity for drama these days.

You came here to learn, create and expand… none of that is comfy to the ego.

FLOW… is about remaining curious on the adventure, sometimes when you are sad or angry, all the while staying open and curious no matter what!

With love and an open heart,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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