What opens up in your life when you release the “shoulds” and instead follow what lights you up? What dreams, desires, interests, and passions are reignited?
Most of the time our “shoulds” come from external influences — whether that is childhood, relationships, society, or the media, and they can affect every area of our lives.
This can include anything, from who we should be to how we should dress, what we should eat to what success looks like. In many ways, stepping into our worth is an unlearning of conditioning that we have been programmed to believe our entire lives.
It is time to release these stories. To be part of the new paradigm of thinking, where the possibilities are infinite as you follow your unique path.
What “shoulds” are you calling in support to release?
Dreamerie Finds of the Week:
This video brought me a lot of peace after the devastating passing of RBG last week.
What will no doubt be a beautiful workshop exploring grief as a celebration.
The IG account that started a movement.
When I need to shift my energy having a solo dance party or going for a run always does the trick, this is the playlist that I have been listening to and loving.
Giving ourselves permission to exist in the unknown.
This organic, plant-based oil is now an everyday staple. Not only does it smell incredible but it can also be used for everything from a face wash to a hair treatment to an insect repellant to a nursing salve. Truly infinite ways to enjoy.
Tools to strengthen and connect to your intuition.
The program that shifted everything for me is relaunching for the first time in 9 months! The Conscious Social Media Program taught me how to use social media as a tool for expansion, in my life and business. I wouldn’t be where I am today without it.
ph x @lambertfloralstudio
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