We Have to Work With Ourselves

May 5, 2022

I don’t have to know.

I don’t have to have a plan.

I don’t have to be logical, linear, or realistic.

I don’t have to make sense to anyone.

I just have to be tuned into my body, my sacral knowing, and what feels right and aligned for me.

I just have to know the difference between a ‘yes’ and a ‘no’ from my intuition. I just have to trust myself and my process.

This has been a hard-won lesson (and reminder) for me.

I’ve been surrounded by logical humans who value clarity, definition, and intellectual knowing over gut feelings and felt sense. People who want me to explain myself and my process, making it “fit” in their meticulous minds. Sweet souls who simply cannot fathom a reality that isn’t “explainable” or doesn’t “make sense” in a manner that satisfies their thinking.

Much love to the brainy beings in my sphere.


You all amaze me!


That’s not who I am or how I’m wired.

It’s not how my unique energetics work best.

The most incredible things come together for me when I surrender, allowing things to unfold naturally and organically. Magic colors my moments when I trust the intuitive feelings in my body over logical, practical ideas or thoughts. Impossible and improbable outcomes are the norm when I do things in ways that don’t make sense or fit into boxes that others define. My biggest visions and desires fall into place when I move at my pace, through my process, without concern for whether or not my path is linear or logical.

Understanding who we are, how we’re wired, and our unique energetics is crucial; otherwise, we fall prey to how others believe we should be.

I have a deeply defined sacral, intuition, and gut.

I can be brilliantly strategic and logical when needed, but it’s not how I’m wired to make decisions or move toward what calls to me. It’s deeply damaging for me to be surrounded by people that push and coerce me into operating differently, just the same as it would be for me to push and coerce others.

We cannot be fully expressed if we don’t know ourselves.

If we’re not anchored in who we are, what’s important to us, and how we operate. Because it’s far too easy for others to sway us. It’s far too easy for us to feel bad about how we work when surrounded by people who work differently. And when we alter how we operate to fit a design that’s not our own, we begin to stagnate. Things don’t align, and struggle becomes the norm.

You have to work WITH yourself.

And that requires deeply understanding who you are and how you’re wired.

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