Hey Village, how’s it going this week? Or should I say, how’s it going…today? Isn’t it the case that the way to be here right now, and at this moment, is to ask the question that flows along with us, in our present awareness?
After I finished writing the last blog I started thinking, “I wonder how much you could sense inside yourself while conducting an assessment of your fiscal use?” And then that was followed by, “did it give you any anxiety, per chance?”
For some people, they are ready and intentional at any moment about their fiscal schedules (otherwise known as budgets). But, for other people, looking at their spending, their purchase habits, their ideas, and family blueprint about money feels suffocating or nerve wracking. So, what was it like for you?
The idea with the fiscal inventory was twofold: 1. Notice what you do with money, and 2. Notice how having, spending, or not having money (if that’s a cycle you go through at any given time) makes you feel?
In any case, I’ve decided to introduce this mindful body awareness inventory for you to use. I’d like to encourage you to return to the fiscal inventory, but this time, have this worksheet with you. As you return to the former, continue with the latter and observe with an acute awareness what sensations, thoughts, perceptions arise. Then, drop me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let me offer some support in terms of where you want to imagine yourself or begin shifting your perceptions into a different realm. If you’re on board for this, just send me a note. I promise to respond with some thoughtful considerations of possible action steps that may be of use, specifically to your needs.
Well, until we converge again Village. May you be well in your journey to enhance, grow, rescind, or reassign your personal development.
Until next time Village,
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*This blog is about becoming free. It’s a reflection of introspective thoughts and experiences that have crossed miles of self-discovery. I created this blog to inspire others to live life with less self-criticism, judgment and openness to new experiences. May you find that you learn how to live a life by design and on your own terms!*