The great thing about Jamie Ridler’s Wishcast prompts is they automatically influence a positive response. This helps us so much when we are on a path that is sometimes littered with our past doubts, limitations, etc.
We can think ahead and move forward because we can picture a different way of living when we have something to focus on. Really a brilliant concept! Thank you Jamie!!
This week’s prompt is What do you wish to step into?
The question itself automatically gives me an image of forward movement. Where should I place my “foot” next to move forward living my best life? What do I wish to envelope myself in? These are also the questions that come to mind when I read Jamie’s prompt.
I wish to step into… My own gloriousness!!!
I spend too much time doubting my own fabulousness, thinking that others will only see the overweight person in front of them and not the message that I could deliver. I keep thinking–why would anyone listen to me when one look at me shows that I’m not living what I talk about? If I can trust my own fabulousness so will others…
– Really living what I know to be true!
As written above. I KNOW things but I don’t always follow them for myself…time to step into what I know to be true!
– Really, REALLY trusting that the Universe is supporting me, ALWAYS!
I am a control freak (yes, it’s true) and I have to keep reminding myself that I do not need to be in charge of this life show. I need to keep moving forward in the direction I KNOW to be true and right for me and then let go of the doubts and fears. Trust that I am fully supported because I BELIEVE in Spirit, God, the Universal energy that is everywhere!
The journey you get is only as good as the one you settle for. – Bob Koehler
How would your life be different if you learned how to love and respect your body as though it were a precious creation, as valuable as a beloved friend or child? How would you treat yourself differently? – Christiane Northrup, M.D.
The price we pay for authenticity may seem high, but who among us can truly afford to continue living as a spendthrift of the self? – Sarah Ban Breathnach
As always, thank you for listening/reading. I truly, truly appreciate all of the support and feedback I get here.