It’s a longing I know intimately…
A profound desire to be “used up” by life, in service of this world and her people, in whatever ways we’re most uniquely designed to give.
A profound desire to be fully engaged in the right work for the right people.
A profound desire to be fully realised as the creators, artists, medicine people, wisdom weavers that we are.
Many folks are clear on what their gifts and medicine are, and for circumstantial and emotional reasons, they feel held back.
Most folks care so much, but there’s a lack of clarity around the core of their sacred work – how to hold it, offer it, speak about it, be it.
And almost all of us have some fears… fears of being seen as crazy for fully embracing our work, fears of what our families will think, fears of not being able to support ourselves…
Unearthing & birthing your sacred work is a courageous act of care for yourself and our world
This week’s podcast is structured like a workshop, where I muse on the under-acknowledged challenges that I see getting in the way of us fully surrendering in devotion to our sacred work, and offer some of my favorite meditations, practices, and inquiries to open more fully to the medicine we’re here to receive and weave…
In this episode, I share:
- How focusing on what’s marketable / what people want, can keep us from moving to our creative cutting edge
- The restrictive identities that bind our freedom to fully claim ourselves as whole beings
- How to shift from relating to your work as a Slot Machine to a Garden (and why we MUST)
- My favorite meditation for cultivating self-trust and trust in life
- The animist way of relating to my work that’s changed everything
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Resources + links mentioned:
- Learn about Nisha’s intimate new course, DEVOTED | Surrender Into Your Sacred Work: DevotedCircle.com
- Meditation to connect with your Wise Future Self: NishaMoodley.com/join
- Check out Episode 9, to learn more about cultivating an animist relationship with your work
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