I considered this Week’s webinar more of an experience than an actual learning event–extremely powerful. Powerful because it hit me right between the eyes. The Dash experiment really knocked the wind out of me. On it’s own, and looking at it, it wouldn’t have affected me very much. However, actually doing the exercises (applying the knowledge) is what really opened my eyes and caused a real visceral response on my art.
So after that experience, I did start looking at regrets–those passions I haven’t followed in my life. Yes, it is fear and the “milestone” birthday this year that really caused me to push harder this year. I no longer have the luxury of kicking the can down the road. And indeed, time is a luxury which I have tossed away and on some level still do. “Live every day like your last.” Those words carry so much more than they did ten years ago.
With a revised DMP in hand, I move forward.
That’s where fear or the pain of not doing something was greater than doing it. I am catapulted forward by the discomfort of time lost nipping at my heels. I will not, no I AM not to be a casualty who has left her Hero’s Journey behind her. That’s not a threat, nor an empty promise.
And we always keep our promises. That’s my definitive motive of purpose encompassing True Health and Legacy. And I’m sticking to it.
Fear is indeed a great motivator.
Stop acting as if life is a rehearsal. Live this day as if it were your last. The past is over and gone. The future is not guaranteed. Wayne Dyer