You have come so far on your own already.
What I hear from you is how lonely you are (and how tired). The unspoken and unmaterialized piles up, and it wears away at your confidence, your resilience, your root of being.
You, someone of achievement and accomplishment, question whether maybe somewhere along the way, you’ve gotten it wrong.
Loved ones and colleagues look at you perplexed, or impatient. (Maybe you even look at yourself that way.) And they offer advice that, while well-meaning, feels like they don’t actually see or hear you.
(How did this happen — to you?)
You are not alone. (You might feel unusual, but you’re not alone.)
Everyone — everyone — I work with experiences what you’re experiencing. And everyone feels alone in it.
You are not alone.
And you don’t need to do it alone anymore. In fact, you can’t.
(None of us can. It’s not even possible, so let yourself off the hook.)
You are coming up against the operational pattern of your life. Something you’ve likely been relying upon, perfecting, and attempting to unwind, since before you can remember. (Which is why unwinding it feels elusive and the work of releasing it never-ending.)
You are creating a new body of work — and a new way of working — that harnesses all of your brilliance.
And you are most likely defying an entire profession (an entire economic system and an entire culture) to do it. (One that probably told you, again and again, that you were wrong.)
How could you — could anyone — ever do that alone?
(That kind of puts it in perspective, doesn’t it?)
At this point, you don’t need a push — or the voice of one more authority. (You are your own authority.)
You simply need a clear reflection of your own authority, free of the habitual tangle of what’s come before.
You need a practice that works at the root of what’s keeping you confused to untangle it, energetically — and transform it, for good.
You need a guide who knows what it is — and what it takes — to create your own, unique form of work from a tired professional pattern (that claims authority, but never actually worked).
You need a safe and sacred space to bring it all, release it, and emerge — rooted, clear and bold in creating the body of work, and way of working, that harnesses all of your brilliance into a unique and powerful focus.
And you need the company of brilliant and thoughtful peers (who are also defying an entire industry, economic system and culture, and who were also told they were wrong). (We are not all wrong.)
You are not wrong. There is nothing wrong with you.
You are exactly right.
And you are not alone.
This is your invitation to not do it alone.
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