What would it feel like?
Did you dream about your magic wishes last night?
Today, we're going to turn those wishes into a delicious new story. In yesterday's post, I asked you two questions I want to take a deeper look at today.
If you were able to wave a magic wand and create or get rid of whatever you wanted, it would no doubt change your life completely. Just like winning the lottery would.
But beyond buying a new house, a new car, new clothes and more, or conjuring up the same, Samantha Stevens style, what would change about the way you felt?
The Guided Meditation
Let's lead with the feelings and meditate for just a minute...
Start by taking a few deep breaths, stretching and/or shifting a bit so you feel more comfortable, and mentally giving yourself permission to relax and let go of any tension you're feeling. Enjoy a moment of relaxation before thinking about these questions...
If your magic wand, or Bewitched-style wave of the hand created a life that felt wonderful, what would that mean? Close your eyes for a minute and imagine that new life.
What are you doing when the hoopla dies down? What are you experiencing in the quiet moments? And how does it feel?
What is better? What are the little things that feel good about your life?
And how would you have to change to really, really enjoy it? To savor every moment of this good life you're imagining, who would you have to become?
Take a moment to see and feel the answers to those questions with your eyes closed. Then, wiggle your toes, shift in your seat, and let yourself come back fully to the room you're in and open your eyes.
Journaling & Homework...
Write down the insights that came to you, because if you don't, you may lose them just like last night's hazy dream.
This is great work you did today, by the way.
Here's your homework: take each insight, and the visions of both yourself and your life and write them down in paragraph form. One that affirms the new story you're being called to tell.
Something like this...
“I am becoming someone who...”
“And this is my new story: ...”
See you tomorrow, when we'll take the new story and offer it up to the moon.
Love to you!