Building Capacity for Your Dreams
How to identify your edges, widen your capacity, hold more without doing more, and expand smart.
So much of the work that I do on my evolutionary journey and with my clients is about capacity building.
You can think about your capacity as your container to hold your life—And I mean the full spectrum of life…your deaths, your relationships, your career, your wealth, your medicine, your magic, your creative projects, children, your dreams, your emotions, your thoughts and beliefs, consciousness, your expression, etc.
So many of us have big, bold, beautiful, expansive dreams that we wish to weave into the world.
And maybe you look at those dreams and think that they are inevitable and not so big at all.
Or maybe just the feeling of one of your dreams sends you into a spiral of fear, insecurity, doubt, and contraction.
This is a reflection of your current capacity.
I want you to pause right now and write down three dreams you have for your life right now.
The first dream I want you to write down is something that feels easy. Maybe it’s a creative project you are working on now and you know it’s just a matter of time before the dream is materialize.
I’ll share first:
To open my private Soul Tattoo studio in my new neighbourhood of Topanga Canyon before the year is complete. The ultimate vision is to have this materialized by July, but for many reasons, that would take some Miracle Energy (more on this in another share, but I will be attuning to Miracle Energy to speed up this process). But overall this dream feels within my comfort zone and current capacity, so I don't need to stretch myself to hold it.
With the second dream you write down, I want you to feel some stretching in this. Meaning it feels just outside your comfort zone. Maybe this is a dream you’ve been holding for a long time but there are still some fears or contractive feelings that arise when you feel into it.
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