Three profound questions…


The other day I was on what I like to call the ‘Winnie the Pooh Trail’. Every time I come to a new truth, the wind blows and leaves fall all around me like golden snow.

I love the affirmation and being humbled at every direction.

I mean, I asked for it.

You asked for it.

That same day, I was asked three profound questions by people who wanted to be clients.

I think that is so hilarious. And so perfect. I truly am not anyone’s guru. One of the questions came from a guide and it went something like this:

“Are you going to know what you know, who you are, and be honest fully about all of it?”

The second question was:

“So, how adventurous are you willing to be?”

The third question came from the last person I talked with who was asking herself a question, but I took it on for myself as well:

“How much do you want to experience and how juicy are you willing to let it get?“

I’d love to know your responses, thoughts and comments to the questions.

How have you been feeling in this current state of heightened anxiety? The feelings may not be yours but you can so easily be impacted by them.

How have you been navigating the world between two eclipses?

Are you spending time in nature? This is where the real truth about who we are and how we could live in harmony with our beautiful, glorious, inspiring, catalyzing differences is communicated.

Just checking in…

With love,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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