Let us know that our dreams, especially the biggest ones, are exactly the right size for us and our capacity.
May we know that if we have a dream, it’s because it’s chosen us.
Let us trust that the resources, support, and guidance we need to realize our dreams will always be provided for us.
May we know we are not alone, we are not meant to do things alone, and we never were.
Let us understand that rushing and pushing are not essential ingredients for our success…and that, in fact, rest, space, and moving at the speed of nature are what will get us where we’re going.
Let us no longer sacrifice our bodies, our relationships, and our souls at the altar of success.
May our bodies be our allies in our work, no longer our adversaries.
May we feel our inherent worth with every breath.
May we no longer seek our worth in results, accolades, and achievements.
And yet, may we allow ourselves to celebrate our results, accolades, and achievements with reckless abandon…while also celebrating momentous events like sleeping through the night, finally getting ourselves to dance class, or an orgasm that reconnects us with all things holy.
Please guide us and flow through us as we work, knowing that it’s our job to show up, but that you’re infinitely available to handle most of it if we simply let you.
May we surrender. May we soften. May we receive. May we pause. May we exhale.
Let us know that enjoying our lives need not wait until we reach a certain income level or number of customers.
Let us remember, over and over again, that rest is productive and our worth has nothing to do with how much we get done.
Let us avail ourselves of all the support around us, seen and unseen, and embody the understanding that needing help is not a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of being human.
May we give ourselves permission to relax.
May we trust that what feels good, or at least true, is always the right decision.
May we count the receipts of joy, pleasure, and satisfaction as much, if not more, than the financial ones.
May we remember that the only thing we know for sure is that we’re going to die, so while we’re here may we unapologetically live.
May our work be an expression of our life force until our very last breath.
And so it is.
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